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Google will help you stay up to date on the FIFA World Cup 2022

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As expected, Google will help you stay up to date on the FIFA World Cup 2022. The company now detailed all the features that are on offer for that purpose. In case you’re out of the loop, we’re talking about the football (soccer, for those of you in the US) World Cup in Qatar.

Before we get down to it, it’s worth noting that the competition starts on November 20, and it will run until December 18. 32 teams are competing in it, and the matches will be spread across 5 cities.

Google will help you stay up to date on the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar

Having said that, Google is offering features across Google TV, Wear OS, Google Search, and YouTube TV. Let’s start with Google TV, shall we.

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You’ll be able to jump straight into the live matches feature in the For you tab on Google TV. In the World Cup row, you’ll be able to enjoy various content. That includes live games, highlights, recaps, and various other content from FIFA+, ITV, Peacock, Telemundo, ViX, and others.

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When it comes to Wear OS, you’ll be able to view match schedules in the Agenda app. Scheduling reminders for upcoming matches is also a possibility.

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A ton of information will be available through Google Search

A ton of information will be available through Google Search. You’ll be able to follow your favorite teams by searching ‘World Cup’, and then opting in to receive notifications for a specific team.

Pinning match scores on your Android phone is another possibility. This will be possible by using the Android Google App or from Search on mobile browsers. Simply drag to pin the score.

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Another piece of content that you can access is the daily recap videos. Google Search will grab this from FIFA+ and official broadcasters, including beIN sports, BBC, ZDF, and more.

The last, but not least, is YouTube TV. You can watch the competition on FOX and FS1 to get gameday features such as key plays, highlights, stats, scores, and standings.

On top of that, exclusive Shorts and long-term content from creators like Deestroying, Rima, Cheeky Boyos, Jesser, and Abo Flah will also be available. Those are just some examples. You can also check out our list of World Cup 2022 apps.

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