How to watch Japan face Spain in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Group E preliminary round on Thursday, December 1, 2022.
This match is broadcast live streaming and can be watched on computers, laptops, smartphones connected to the internet. (See tv channel info and stream link below).
7 Interesting Facts about Japan vs Spain
- Spain and Japan will face each other at the Khalifa International Stadium (Ar-Rayyan) on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 14:00 EDT (10 pm local time).
- Spain leads Group E standings with 4 points, while Japan is in second place with 3 points.
- Four teams compete strictly in Group E, namely Spain, Japan, Costa Rica, Germany to qualify for the round of 16.
- Both teams must win if they want to qualify for the round of 16.
- In 2014, Spain fell in the group stage.
- In 2018, Spain failed in the round of 16.
- Japan successfully beat the 4-time world champion, Germany with a score of 2-1.
Following are the Group E standings for the 2022 World Cup preliminary round:
- Spain – 4 points
- Japan – 3 points
- Costa Rica – 3 points
- Germany – 1 point
Scenario Advance to Group E Knockout
- Costa Rica will qualify if they win against Germany. Costa Rica will win the group if they win and the Japan vs Spain match ends in a draw.
- If Costa Rica, as well as Japan win, both teams will qualify for the Round of 16 and the top spot will be calculated based on the criteria in the regulations.
- If Costa Rica draws against Germany, they can only qualify if Japan loses to Spain. If Japan wins, it is unlikely that Costa Rica will qualify because of losing on goal difference with Spain. If Japan vs Spain draws, Costa Rica fails to reach the Top 16.
- Costa Rica cannot qualify for the Last 16 if they lose.
How to Watch Live Streaming Japan vs Spain
- For soccer fans in the United States, the Japan vs Spain match will be broadcast on FOX and NBC (English), Telemundo and Peacock (Spanish). Broadcast online, the Japan vs Spain duel can be watched via live stream on FOXSports.com, the FOX Sports app, or on Peacock and fuboTV Universo Now – try it free.
- For football fans in Germany, the Japan vs Spain match will be broadcast on ARD, ZDF and MagentaTV. MagentaTV has exclusive rights to broadcast 15 matches during the 2022 World Cup.
Broadcast online on Magenta TV in Germany, the Japan vs Spain meeting can be watched on a TV set via an application, smartphone or tablet via an application, via Fire TV Stick, Google Chromecast, or on a PC via live streaming. Here’s the MagentaTV application: For Apple devices in the iTunes store and for Android users in the Google Play store.
- For soccer fans in Spain, the 2022 FIFA World Cup Group E match between Japan vs Spain will be broadcast by RTVE, Mediapro and Movistar Plus+. The duel can also be watched via the Vix streaming platform.
- For soccer fans in France, the Japan-Spain match can be watched live on the beIN SPORTS France channel. Other matches can be watched on beIN SPORTS 2.
Watch online, you can take advantage of the offers beIN SPORTS CONNECT, TF1, CANAL+, beIN SPORTS, and all NETFLIX streaming platforms to watch the Japan vs Spain fight.
- For soccer fans in Italy, the clash between Japan vs Spain will be broadcast free-to-air on Rai 1. All matches related to the 2022 Qatar World Cup will be broadcast exclusively on Rai.
The Japan vs Spain match can be watched streaming on RaiPlay in Italy. To watch matches online from smartphones and tablets, you need to download the RaiPlay application on the Google Play Store or iOS iPhone (iPad), while from a PC, just access the official website, Raiplay.
- For soccer fans in Indonesia, the Japan vs Spain match can only be watched on the EMTEK group television network (SCTV, Indosiar, Mentari TV). You can watch live streaming, the match between Japan and Spain will be broadcast on online sites, Vidio and Moji.
Following is the List of TV Channels broadcasting Live Japan vs Spain complete with links to watch online:
World Cup 2022 TV Channels and Online Links
- Argentina: TVP, TyC Sports
- Australia: SBS (Special Broadcasting Service)
- Austria: ORF, ServusTV
- Netherlands: NOS
- Brazil: TV Globo Play
- Finland: Yle, MTV3
- Costa Rica: Teletica
- Croatia: HRT (Croatian Radiotelevision)
- Denmark: TV 2, DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation)
- Japan: Abema, Fuji TV, NHK, TV Asahi
- Malaysia: Astro, RTM
- Mexico: SKY, Televisa, TV Azteca
- Norway: NRK, TV 2
- Poland: TVP (Telewizja Polska)
- Portugal: RTP, SIC, Sport TV, TVI
- Singapore: MediaCorp, Singtel, StarHub
- South Africa: SABC
- South Korea: SBS, KBS, MBC
- Switzerland: SRG SSR
- UK: BB, ITV
- Uruguay: ANTEL, Canal 4, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC Sports