Thursday 8 of December, 2022
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How to Watch the World Cup

Whether you've got some cash to shell out or you're looking for a way to stream your favourite teams, we've got you covered.

Staff Writer

The World Cup is only a few days away and all across this ancient land, Egyptians are scrambling to sort out the best way to view the tournament at home. We here at CairoScene decided to save you the time of figuring out how you will watch the games by providing both the legal and illegal way to watch this year's tournament.

If watching the tournament in the highest definition possible is what you are looking for than we highly suggest the only legal option provided for Egyptians. The only channel providing all 64 games is beIN sports, who value their package at 1700 LE for all the games. However, if you don't already have the appropriate receiver, than you will need to purchase it for a separate charge of 400LE.

As for free-to-view channels, if your dish receives channels from the Hotbird Satellite you can search for the following:

Rai Sport: Frequency 11804; Vertical 27500

Rai: Frequency 10990; Vertical 27500

Rai Uno: Frequency 11766; Vertical 27500

Fox Sports Italia: Frequency 12050; Horizontal 29900

Sky Sports 3: Frequency 12050; Horizontal 2990

Sky Calcio: Frequency 11526; Horizontal 27500

TVP Sport: Frequency 10796; Vertical 27500

Canal+ Sport: Frequency 10892; Horizontal 27500

N Sport: Frequency 10720; Vertical 27500

Ariana Afghanistan: Frequency 10723; Horizontal 29900

Rtpi: Frequency 10720; Horizontal 29900

TV Globo: Frequency 11585; Vertical 27500

TF1: Frequency 11681; Horizontal 27500

Lider TV: Frequency 12149; Vertical 27500

ARD ZDF: Frequency 11054; Horizontal 27500

Ard Das Erste: Frequency 11541; Horizontal 22000

For those who will not be able to book the whole month off of work to catch every game, then perhaps purchasing the full package is not for you. In the age of the internet there are countless underground website that stream all the games, but often in bad resolution. If this doesn't not matter to you then here are a few sites that will help you watch all the action at none of the cost:

http://gofirstrow.eu/

http://www.wiziwig.tv/

http://kora-online.tv/

http://kooralive.info/

http://www.livesoccertv.com/competitions/international/friendly/

We recommend following the order in which the links are listed. Each of these sites provide viewers with the ability to view multiple streams of every game, so if the first link doesn't work or is terrible quality, then try the next link. If the sites goes down due to traffic, then try one of the other sites. With 5 options there should be no excuse for missing the games that matter to you - just don't tell the police we told you.