What is FIFA Plus?

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It's been a busy few weeks for FIFA. With the 2022 FIFA World Cup draw complete, the attentions now turn toward November, when the competition gets underway in Qatar.

The World Cup will be broadcast across the globe, with a host of different platforms available for those wishing to follow all of the action as it unfolds in the Middle East.

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FIFA has wasted no time in announcing a new platform of their own to follow all of the world's football, with FIFA+ now available.


What is FIFA+?

FIFA+ is a brand new streaming platform, one where users can watch or stream thousands of live matches per month.

They will also be able to get their hands on stories from their favourite footballs, both past and present, as well as being able to access the biggest archive of World Cup matches on the internet.

How much will a subscription cost?


You will not have to pay a penny to access any of the features available within the FIFA+ platform.

Supported by the tagline 'Watch. Stream. Free', the brand new streaming service is available for free. All you have to do to access any of the content on the site is sign up using your email address and password.

You can sign up for FIFA+ here.

Can I watch the World Cup on FIFA+?

Currently, there is no indication as to whether or not you will be able to watch the World Cup on FIFA+.

By heading to the 'Live' section of the streaming service, you can find a number of different competitions to watch, including the Mongolian First League and the 3F Superliga (Denmark).

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You are able to scroll through the calendar to find out which matches are on over the coming days, weeks and months, however, there are currently no listings on the site from November 21st, the first day of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

We will add more on this once we have confirmation.