With the FIFA World Cup 2022 at hand, you must wonder how you will join the 5 billion anticipated global viewers to catch up with one of the world’s most significant sports events. If you are living in Uganda, we bring you five alternative ways how you too can get involved with some methods involving you to pay for internet, TV subscription, or possessing a TV or a good smartphone.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be the 22nd running of the FIFA World Cup competition, the quadrennial international men’s football championship contested by the senior national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022.
Here are some ways to catch up with the event;
Uganda Broadcasting Corporation, also known as UBC TV, is Uganda’s public broadcaster. According to the Minister for ICT and National Guidance Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, the Uganda Broadcasting Service has secured broadcasting rights for the 2022 global Showpiece.
“UBC has secured rights to air free World Games on UBC and Star TV and all its eleven radio stations throughout the country”, he said.
Star TV Uganda
Star TV Uganda is the Luganda Channel for the Uganda Broadcasting corporation. It’s a sister TV and might also air the world cup according to UBC Statement. This will serve Star TV enthusiasts and diversify our watching options in Uganda. Star TV and UBC TV may not fully air the 64 matches but will give you all the games at every stage of the competition.
MultiChoice Uganda officially unveiled its offering for the biggest and most revered football tournament, the 2022 World Cup, at a pressing engagement held at the Motiv Studios a few months ago. This campaign was geared towards amplifying the feeling and excitement of the fans dubbed “It’s All Here” which will see fans and footballers enjoy one of the most sought-after football events.
You can stream with DSTV Now on your phone or Smart TV. This blog has all tweaks and how can stream online, find signals with your mobile phone, and more.
There are also various ways online how you can stream live World Cup with some resources and websites not being official and confirmed. Online streaming websites like SBS from Australia and Tubi TV from the US can be accessed in Uganda with the use of a VPN.
There are other ways and this is not conclusive; Google also announced sometime back how you can follow the event on YouTube TV and some of the most popular sports channels on the platform.
The World Cup was moved from June to November due to the intense summer heat but nevertheless, it is finally here and we all can’t wait to watch it. You can also catch all the “ooh”, “ahh” and “GOOAAAL” moments you might have missed with daily recap videos directly on Search from FIFA+ and official broadcasters including beIN SPORTS, BBC, ZDF, and more.