The 2022 World Cup is coming to an end. Soon, either France or Argentina will be crowned champions and will be awarded the trophy celebrating its success on the world stage.
Many around the world will be wanting to watch the trophy ceremony. Because of a quirk in the broadcasting schedule, viewers in the U.S. will have to switch channels in order to do that.
Here’s a breakdown of how to watch the World Cup trophy presentation once Argentina vs. France comes to an end.
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What channel is the World Cup trophy ceremony on?
- TV channel: FS1
- Live stream (English): fuboTV, FoxSports.com, Fox Sports app
- Live stream (Spanish): fuboTV, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Peacock
The World Cup trophy ceremony will air on FS1 after the France vs. Argentina game ends. FS1 is an affiliate of Fox — which aired the entire World Cup Final — and has broadcast numerous games during the 2022 World Cup.
A live stream of the trophy presentation will be available in both English and Spanish on fuboTV, which offers a free trial for new users. The other primary streaming options for this contest are through the Fox Sports app or FoxSports.com.
Viewers can stream Telemundo’s Spanish broadcast of the trophy ceremony with fuboTV, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, or Peacock.
Why isn’t Fox airing the World Cup trophy ceremony?
Fox isn’t airing the World Cup trophy ceremony because the final went to extra time. It’s Sunday, so Fox is pivoting to its usual coverage of the NFL — starting with an abbreviated version of its usual pregame show.
As such, the World Cup final will end and Fox will go straight to its pregame show as it transitions into the 1 p.m. ET window of NFL games. And because of that, FS1 will pick up where Fox’s World Cup broadcast left off during the trophy presentation.