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WTW Australia at the 2022 FIFA World Cup

2022 FIFA World Cup TV & Online Broadcast Guide for Australia

November 9, 2022 By Michelle Bonsu
Australia will face a tough test to get out of a tricky quartet, but the Socceroos will still have legions of loyal fans cheering the team in Qatar.

Watch the 2022 World Cup in Australia, Match Schedule, TV and streaming

Public service broadcaster SBS has secured exclusive Australian rights to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. SBS' coverage includes all 64 matches live in HD from Qatar for free, 8 of which have been slated on the SBS Viceland network as simultaneous games. The 2022 World Cup on SBS consists of 500 hours of content–a vast catalog of programs comprising extensive match highlights, replays, and classic games. SBS On Demand's offer during the tournament is set to revolve around live World Cup streams, match replays, mini-matches, and more. Consumers of the SBS Sport website are to receive interviews, video extras, and highlights as well. 

Australia's 2022 FIFA World Cup schedule

Australia have been placed in Group D, alongside France, Tunisia, and Denmark. The Socceroos' 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign starts off with a tough exam against reigning champs France on November 22nd, followed by a match against Tunisia on November 26th and closes with another tricky tie against Denmark on November 30th.

 

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France 4 - 1 Australia

November 22, 2022 2:00pmAl Janoub Stadium (Al Wakrah)

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Tunisia 0 - 1 Australia

November 26, 2022 5:00amAl Janoub Stadium (Al Wakrah)

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Australia vs Denmark

November 30, 2022 10:00amAl Janoub Stadium (Al Wakrah)

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About Australia in FIFA World Cup history

Australia will be making their sixth appearance at a World Cup this year in Qatar. To date, the Socceroos do not have a strong track record at this tournament, as their first appearance was not until 1974. After that, Australia failed to qualify for other editions until re-emerging onto the scene at the 2006 edition staged in Germany, during which they qualified for the knockout rounds for the first and only time so far in their history.

Interestingly, Australia are also the only nation to have been a member of two different confederations. During their first World Cup tournament, the Socceroos were members of OFC (Oceania Football Confederation) before switching to the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) in 2006.

Who is Australia's coach for the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

59-year-old Graham Arnold has been the head coach for Australia since 2018, when he took over for a second stint on March 8th from Bert van Marwijk. Arnold, who played as a striker, ranks tenth on the all-time top goal-scorers list for Australia, with 19 senior goals. 

During his first tournament in charge, Arnold saw Australia, who were then the reigning AFC Champions, suffer an embarrassing loss to Jordan in their opener before being shockingly defeated by hosts UAE in the quarter-finals. Predictably, Arnold was slammed by the country's press but redeemed himself thanks to his smart tactical selections during Australia's World Cup qualifying play-off against Peru.

Arnold has proven to be a manager who is not afraid to take risks - will he do so at the World Cup as Australia face a really tough battle to even get out of their group?

In substituting skipper Mathew Ryan for Andrew Redmayne, a decision that raised eyebrows at the time, Arnold was proven correct, as Redmayne pulled off some decisive saves to help Australia qualify for their fifth consecutive and sixth overall World Cup.

Australia's expectations ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Given that Australia will begin their World Cup campaign in the same quartet as France and Denmark, it is safe to say that the Socceroos will face an uphill battle if they wish to have any shot at qualifying for the round of 16. Both France and Denmark are among the sides expected to go far in Qatar, and to date, Australia's best finish has been making it the round of 16 back in 2006. 

Hence, barring a shocking collapse from either France or Denmark, Australia look set to be making an early exit along with Tunisia. 

Australia: Key players for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Despite being subbed off during Australia's World Cup qualifying play-off earlier this year, Mathew Ryan is nonetheless expected to be a key player for the Socceroos. With 24 clean sheets so far, the 30-year-old, who plays his club football for Danish side FC Copenhagen, will need to have a big performance - including against some of his club teammates who make up Denmark's squad - if Australia want to have any shot at upsetting the odds to get out of their quartet.

With all-time top marksman Tim Cahill now having retired, the goal-scoring responsibilities will fall to others like 31-year-old Mathew Leckie, who has worn the captain's armband in recent matches for the Socceroos. And although he is just 18 years old, Garang Kuol has already secured a contract with Newcastle United in January 2023 and will be excited at having a chance to join the squad this year in Qatar after receiving his first senior cap recently.

Australia's roster for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Goalkeepers: Mathew Ryan, Andrew Redmayne, Danny Vukovic

Defenders: Aziz Behich, Milos Degenek, Thomas Deng, Joel King, Nathaniel Atkinson, Fran Karacic, Harry Souttar, Kye Rowles, Craig Goodwin

Midfielders: Aaron Mooy, Jackson Irvine, Ajdin Hrustic, Bailey Wright, Cameron Devlin, Riley McGree, Keanu Baccus

Forwards: Awer Mabil, Mathew Leckie, Martin Boyle, James Maclaren, Jason Cummings, Mitchell Duke, Garang Kuol


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Group Stage

Group A
Nov 20, 11:00amAl Khor
Qatar 0 - 2 Ecuador
Nov 21, 11:00amDoha
Senegal 0 - 2 Netherlands
Nov 25, 8:00amDoha
Qatar 1 - 3 Senegal
Nov 25, 11:00amAl Rayyan
Netherlands 1 - 1 Ecuador
Nov 29, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Ecuador 1 - 2 Senegal
Nov 29, 10:00amAl Khor
Netherlands 2 - 0 Qatar
Group B
Nov 21, 8:00amAl Rayyan
England 6 - 2 Iran
Nov 21, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
USA 1 - 1 Wales
Nov 25, 5:00amAl Rayyan
Wales 0 - 2 Iran
Nov 25, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
England 0 - 0 USA
Nov 29, 2:00pmDoha
Iran 0 - 1 USA
Nov 29, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
Wales 0 - 3 England
Group C
Nov 22, 5:00amLusail
Argentina 1 - 2 Saudi Arabia
Nov 22, 11:00amDoha
Mexico 0 - 0 Poland
Nov 26, 8:00amAl Rayyan
Poland 2 - 0 Saudi Arabia
Nov 26, 2:00pmLusail
Argentina 2 - 0 Mexico
Nov 30, 2:00pmDoha
Poland vs Argentina
Nov 30, 2:00pmLusail
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico
Group D
Nov 22, 8:00amAl Rayyan
Denmark 0 - 0 Tunisia
Nov 22, 2:00pmAl Wakrah
France 4 - 1 Australia
Nov 26, 5:00amAl Wakrah
Tunisia 0 - 1 Australia
Nov 26, 11:00amDoha
France 2 - 1 Denmark
Nov 30, 10:00amAl Wakrah
Australia vs Denmark
Nov 30, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Tunisia vs France
Group E
Nov 23, 8:00amAl Rayyan
Germany 1 - 2 Japan
Nov 23, 11:00amDoha
Spain 7 - 0 Costa Rica
Nov 27, 5:00amAl Rayyan
Japan 0 - 1 Costa Rica
Nov 27, 2:00pmAl Khor
Spain 1 - 1 Germany
Dec 1, 2:00pmAl Khor
Costa Rica vs Germany
Dec 1, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
Japan vs Spain
Group F
Nov 23, 5:00amAl Khor
Morocco 0 - 0 Croatia
Nov 23, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
Belgium 1 - 0 Canada
Nov 27, 8:00amDoha
Belgium 0 - 2 Morocco
Nov 27, 11:00amAl Rayyan
Croatia 4 - 1 Canada
Dec 1, 10:00amDoha
Canada vs Morocco
Dec 1, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Croatia vs Belgium
Group G
Nov 24, 5:00amAl Wakrah
Switzerland 1 - 0 Cameroon
Nov 24, 2:00pmLusail
Brazil 2 - 0 Serbia
Nov 28, 5:00amAl Wakrah
Cameroon 3 - 3 Serbia
Nov 28, 11:00amDoha
Brazil 1 - 0 Switzerland
Dec 2, 2:00pmLusail
Cameroon vs Brazil
Dec 2, 2:00pmDoha
Serbia vs Switzerland
Group H
Nov 24, 8:00amAl Rayyan
Uruguay 0 - 0 Korea Republic
Nov 24, 11:00amDoha
Portugal 3 - 2 Ghana
Nov 28, 8:00amAl Rayyan
Korea Republic 2 - 3 Ghana
Nov 28, 2:00pmLusail
Portugal 2 - 0 Uruguay
Dec 2, 10:00amAl Wakrah
Ghana vs Uruguay
Dec 2, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Korea Republic vs Portugal
Knockout Stage

Round of 16
Dec 3, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Netherlands vs USA
Dec 3, 2:00pmAl Rayyan
1st Group C vs 2nd Group D
Dec 4, 10:00amDoha
1st Group D vs 2nd Group C
Dec 4, 2:00pmAl Khor
England vs Senegal
Round of 16
Dec 5, 10:00amAl Wakrah
1st Group E vs 2nd Group F
Dec 5, 2:00pmDoha
1st Group G vs 2nd Group H
Dec 6, 10:00amAl Rayyan
1st Group F vs 2nd Group E
Dec 6, 2:00pmLusail
1st Group H vs 2nd Group G
Quarter Final
Dec 9, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Winner Match 53 vs Winner Match 54
Dec 9, 2:00pmLusail
Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50
Dec 10, 10:00amDoha
Winner Match 55 vs Winner Match 56
Dec 10, 2:00pmAl Khor
Winner Match 51 vs Winner Match 52
Semi-final
Dec 13, 2:00pmLusail
Winner Quarter-final 1 vs Winner Quarter-final 2
Dec 14, 2:00pmAl Khor
Winner Quarter-final 3 vs Winner Quarter-final 4
Third place match
Dec 17, 10:00amAl Rayyan
Loser Semi-final 1 vs Loser Semi-final 2
Final