WATCH every game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup LIVE, FREE and EXCLUSIVE on SBS.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on November 21, 2022 and will be broadcast exclusively on SBS in Australia.
All 64 matches from Qatar will be shown live and free, with eight live games shown simultaneously on SBS VICELAND.
In total, 500 hours of FIFA World Cup content will be broadcast across SBS and SBS VICELAND throughout the tournament - including highlights shows, classic matches and match replays - in addition to live match coverage.
Many matches will be at favourable times for Aussie fans, with eight matches in the group stage set to kick off during prime time at 9pm (AEDT) and 16 group stage matches to kick off at 6am (AEDT).
The World Cup final will be held on December 19 2022, at the Lusail Stadium in the Qatari capital of Doha.
Audiences will also be offered comprehensive access to World Cup content across SBS' digital platforms, including live streams, match replays, various mini-matches and more available via SBS On Demand.
Plus, the new SBS Sport website will be your home for all the latest highlights, interviews, video extras, news, feature stories, opinion and all the major talking points from Qatar 2022.
13 nations have already booked their ticket to Qatar, including Germany, Denmark, Brazil, France, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, Netherlands, Argentina and hosts Qatar.
While a number of nations have already secured their place at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, there are still many still battling to qualify.
The Socceroos are one nation that are still in the running to confirm their place in Qatar.
Four games remain in the third round of AFC World Cup qualifiers, with the Socceroos currently in third - one point behind Japan and five adrift of group leaders Saudi Arabia.
Only the top two teams in each group earn automatic qualification, with the two third-placed nations forced to face off for a place in the inter-confederation playoffs in mid-June.
Portugal and Italy are also yet to confirm their place at the Qatar 2022, with the European superpowers to go head-to-head in the final round of UEFA qualifying early next year.
African World Cup qualifying will similarly reach its crescendo, with key fixtures to take place in March that will decide what teams represent the continent in Qatar.
Meanwhile, the highly-anticipated FIFA World Cup draw will take place on April 1 in Doha.
Want more content ahead of Qatar 2022? Head over to SBS On Demand to view the latest episodes from the FIFA World Cup magazine show, as well as 40 of the most memorable moments the tournament has ever seen.