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How to watch Belgium vs. Canada in Australia: Time, TV channel, live streams for World Cup 2022 match

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Belgium take on Canada in one of the more intriguing matches of the 2022 World Cup group stages.

A Belgium side with many members of their golden generation having potentially their last shot at World Cup glory will be keen to get off to a winning start to help top a group that also includes Croatia.

Standing in their way is Canada, who are playing in their first World Cup match in 36 years.

With rapid Alphonso Davies and Cyle Larin, who scored goals for fun as they topped CONCACAF qualifying, they will prove a stern test for the Red Devils who want to go one better than their semifinal loss in 2018. 

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the match in Australia on TV or online via live stream.

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Belgium vs. Canada TV channel in Australia

  • Date: Thursday, November 24
  • Time: 6:00 a.m.
  • TV Channel: SBS

This Group F clash will be available to Australian viewers on the SBS main TV channel, live and free.

As well as broadcasting the full match without ads during play, SBS have also lined up a distinguished panel of experts to preview the game, break down the first half and provide instant analysis after the full time whistle, giving the watching fan the total experience.

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Watch Belgium vs. Canada online in Australia

  • Date: ThursdayNovember 24
  • Time: 6:00 a.m.
  • Live stream: SBS On Demand

Fans in Australia will also be able to watch the match online or through live stream thanks to SBS On Demand.

The streaming service of the SBS is available to watch either through their website or via their downloadable app.

Most devices will be able to install the app, including phones, Smart TVs and tablets.

Belgium vs. Canada free live stream in Australia

Another huge benefit of SBS On Demand is the fact it is completely free to use for anyone in Australia.

After creating an account that requires basic information and no credit card details, users will be able to access every World Cup match as well as extra highlights and other content completely free of charge.

How to watch World Cup 2022 in Australia

All 64 matches of the Qatar World Cup from the group stage to the final will be available live and free on SBS.

This can be through their main TV channel, as well as their streaming service and online site SBS On Demand.

Match Date Time TV Channel Streaming
Belgium vs. Canada Thu, Nov. 24 06:00 AEDT SBS SBS On Demand


Credit: sportingnews.com

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