FIFA+ streaming all Qatar World Cup matches FREE in Brazil

Akash Roy 1 month ago

The global governing body is making all 64 games available via its live streaming platform in Portuguese

Football fans in Brazil are able to live stream every game from the FIFA World Cup in Qatar completely free on FIFA+ in the Portuguese language.

World football's governing body is placing all 64 games on its OTT platform to enjoy for free throughout the winter tournament. These matches are available with Portuguese commentary and analysis.

This doesn't affect the deal between FIFA and local pay-TV provider Globo, which is still broadcasting every game across its linear and digital platforms for its subscribers.

However, this now gives an option to Brazilians without the means to buy a subscription to Globo. Those people with lower incomes can still enjoy the World Cup in its entirety free of charge.

How to watch every World Cup match for free in Portugal

FIFA+ could also be a good option for Portuguese fans.

Fans living in Portugal can access these live streams with commentary in their own language free of charge with the help of our partners over at Express VPN.

Currently, only around half of the World Cup matches are available on free-to-air TV in Portugal. The other half are only available exclusively to paying customers of Sport TV.

However, with ExpressVPN, you can change your location to Brazil and enjoy all of the same benefits as Brazilian fans - watch every Qatar World Cup match completely free and in Portuguese.

The service comes at a low monthly cost and also includes a 30 day money back guarantee, meaning you can sign up, enjoy the rest of the World Cup for free, cancel and get your money back, effectively giving you access to every match completely free.

Here's how:


  • After signing up, download the ExpressVPN app to your device or install the browser extension if you're using desktop.
  • Login using the details you gave during registration.
  • Set your location to "Brazil".
  • You are now connected to Brazil.
  • Sign up for FIFA+.
  • Login to FIFA+.
  • Find the live stream you want to watch and enjoy the match.

It's that simple.

Other options for Brazilian football fans

As well as all matches being available on Globo and FIFA+, fans in Brazil can follow the action with Twitch streamer Casimiro, who is streaming one game per gameday across his YouTube and Twitch accounts.

That's 22 matches in total, including all matches featuring Brazil, the semi finals and the final.

These Casimiro live streams feature not only the matches themselves but also his commentary, analysis and other content, and are broadcast in conjuction with FIFA+ and LiveMode.

Brazil legend Ronaldo is also producing World Cup related content in collaboration with FIFA+ on his own dedicated Twitch channel RonaldoTV, on which he debuted late 2021 with Warzone content. Ronaldo and his partners provide interviews, reactions and highlights all in Portuguese.

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