Streaming platform Tubi has announced the launch of a brand-new FIFA World Cup channel via the free ad-supported streaming service. The FIFA World Cup Channel will feature classic matches, highlights and analysis from the upcoming tournament. Plus, Tubi will make all 64 games available on-demand after the games end.

Similar to Pluto TV, Tubi features live and on-demand programming. In the example of the FIFA World Cup Channel, the Tubi service includes films and series such as FIFA World Cup 2022: Qatar Prepares, FIFA World Cup Classics, FIFA Women’s World Cup Classics, and Gold Stars – The Story.

Details on Tubi streaming all World Cup games

Included in this new channel, every game from World Cup 2022 is available for free on-demand after the matches end.

FOX Sports currently owns the exclusive English-language rights to broadcast the World Cup in the United States.  Local FOX stations will air 35 total matches from the tournament.  The company’s main sports channel FS1 will show the remaining 29 matches. However, all 64 games will be available on-demand on Tubi, after the matches end.

The Tubi app can be downloaded via Android and iOS devices, Roku, Chromecast, Playstation 4 & 5, Xbox One & Series XIS, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Echo Show, Google Nest, Comcast Xfinity X1, and Cox Contour.  Smart TVs from Vizio, LG, Sony, and Samsung can also access Tubi as well.

Launched in 2014, Tubi is a free over-the-top content platform.  Although initially independent, the FOX Corporation bought the company in 2020 for a reported $440 million.  The streaming service currently has over 45,000 movies and television series from a plethora of partnerships.

Telemundo Deportes plans to launch their own channel

While little information is available at press time, Peacock TV plans on launching its own 24/7 World Cup channel in Spanish-language. While Tubi is showing all of the World Cup games on-demand, Peacock is streaming every single game of the World Cup live in Spanish.