• SBS On Demand's FIFA World Cup 2022 Hub experience. Stream every match, live and free. Pictured: Apple TV (SBS On Demand )Source: SBS On Demand
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18 Nov 2022 - 1:45 PM  UPDATED 18 Nov 2022 - 1:46 PM

The FIFA World Cup 2022ᵀᴹ kicks off on November 21 and SBS On Demand is your official streaming destination: every match of the tournament is available to stream live and free, for all Australians.

SBS On Demand apps and available devices will feature a dedicated ‘FIFA World Cup Hub’, where you can livestream all 64 games (in English or with Arabic commentary), watch match replays, mini-matches, daily highlights, SBS’s own interview and analysis show, World Cup Daily, and so much more.

There are only a few more sleeps until the FIFA World Cup 2022 gets underway (and you have no sleep for a month!). Consult this checklist to ensure you're match fit on 21 November: 

5 Things To Do Right Now  


  1. Update your SBS On Demand app 

  2. Log into SBS On Demand on your device/s

  3. Subscribe to our newsletters

  4. Enable Push Notifications 

  5. Watch every game live and free 


What are the most up-to-date SBS On Demand apps?

To get the most out of your FIFA World Cup 2022 experience on SBS On Demand make sure you have the latest application updated on your device.

Every supported device will be able to access all of the live games plus replays, mini-matches, highlights and more. Users of Apple iPhones, iPads, Apple TV, Web browsers, Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Hisense Connected Smart TVs as well as Telstra TV and Foxtel set-top-boxes will be able to browse an enhanced FIFA World Cup Hub, complete with Team pages, Group pages, full Live schedule listings and more!

Here are the latest versions of the SBS On Demand app, across our supported devices::

Apple iPhone: Version 5.0.5
Download from the App Store 
(Australia's #1 Entertainment App)

Apple TV: Version 5.0.5

Android Mobile: Version 3.5.10
Download from the Google Play Store

Android TV: Version 1.6.2
Android Media devices, some Hisense, Sony & TCL TVs

Amazon Fire TV Stick: Version 1.5.8

Smart TVs: Version 3.16
LG, Samsung, Hisense, Panasonic
(See example below)

Foxtel Set-Top-Box: 3.16

Telstra TV Set-Top-Box: Version 2.10

Fetch: Version 3.29



Smart TVs 





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