From Fox Sports: Fox Sports, the official English-language broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, celebrates the landmark one year until the tournament’s anticipated kickoff next fall. In honor of the occasion, the network unveiled company-wide coverage and initiatives across its television, digital and social platforms. The men’s FIFA World Cup™ will air on FOX, FS1, and the FOX Sports App with unprecedented coverage from November 21 to December 18, 2022.

“We couldn’t be more excited for the world’s biggest moment in sports to return to Fox Sports in just one year with FIFA World Cup Qatar™,” said Fox Sports FIFA World Cup™ Executive Producer, David Neal. “This will be the premier event of 2022 and our largest production in broadcast history. The field of contenders is shaping up to be one of the best we’ve seen, and that hopefully includes the star-studded U.S. men’s national team. We look forward to showcasing inspiring athletes, fan-favorite teams and the country of Qatar with this anticipated global event.”

Fox Sports unveiled today the new FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ countdown trailer that will air across Fox affiliates and Fox Sports’ digital and social platforms (LINK HERE). Additionally, Fox Bet Sportsbook revealed that Brazil is the early favorite to win the tournament and starting today fans (in legal states) can place their bets on the Fox Bet Sportsbook.

This Sunday, Fox NFL KICKOFF will mark the one-year out occasion during the broadcast, promotional images will take over New York’s Times Square ‘Godzilla Board and Tubi’s sports streaming destination “Sports on Tubi” will stream replays of memorable 2021 soccer tournaments, including Copa America on FOX, Concacaf Gold Cup, Concacaf Champions League, as well as a variety of soccer-themed movies and documentaries featuring the sport’s biggest stars, such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Fox Sports Digital offers extensive FIFA World Cup™ storytelling across and the Fox Sports App with compelling video and written features including:

Ricardo Pepi Spotlight

An exclusive original digital video feature with 18-year-old FC Dallas forward and USMNT star Ricardo Pepi and his family, along with a written profile feature on Pepi and how he exploded onto the international scene this fall when he chose the U.S. over Mexico, then scored game-winning goals in consecutive FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers. Now he’s looking toward Europe for his next step.

What Can Fans Expect in Qatar?

From the location to the time of year, the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ will be unlike any other. Here’s what it will be like for those lucky enough to travel to Qatar.

State of the Field 

With FIFA World Cup qualifying finished for 2021, a look at which countries are in position to qualify and who could miss the cut for Qatar.

State of the USMNT

With eight of their 14 FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers in the books, what will it take for the U.S. to qualify and what headwinds might they face along the way?

USMNT Stock Watch

A look at which players have emerged as key contributors for the U.S. during FIFA World Cup qualifying — and at the guys who are heading in the opposite direction.

How the 2022 World Cup Will Be Different

Never before have European leagues stopped mid-season to accommodate a FIFA World Cup. What will that mean for the players and teams involved?

‘Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union’ Podcast

U.S. Soccer Hall of Famer and Fox Sports analyst Alexi Lalas will debut a special episode of his popular podcast “State of the Union” featuring all-new interviews with former FIFA World Cup stars.

To further engage audiences, Fox Sports social is executing an Instagram grid takeover with @FOXSoccer amplifying the original digital content in nine unique tiles, that when complete, forms one single piece of art. Fans will be able to swipe on each piece of art to view the custom digital content. Fox Sports soccer analysts Alexi Lalas and Stu Holden will also be featured in original social content that celebrates our love of soccer.