The final group matches for Group G in the 2022 World Cup take place on Friday, December 2. With one of those matches being Cameroon vs Brazil.
Brazil is already going into the next round, so the result of this game doesn’t mean much. However, Brazil has yet to face a single shot on target at the 2022 World Cup. They are the only team to not face a single shot on target in their first two games at a tournament since France in 1998.
Cameroon’s first ever World Cup game and its first ever World Cup victory both came against South American opponents. Overall, against South America, Cameroon has won two, lost two and drawn two. However, both of their defeats have come at the hands of Brazil.
Here’s how you can watch Cameroon vs Brazil today.
What time does Cameroon vs Brazil kickoff?
Cameroon vs Brazil will kick off on Friday, December 2 at 2PM ET/11AM PT.
This game will be taking place at Lusail Satadium, located in Lusail, Qatar. This is the stadium that will also host the final game of the 2022 World Cup. It has a capacity of well over 88,000, and actually set an attendance record of 88,966 for the Argentina vs Mexico match on November 26, 2022.
How to watch Cameroon vs Brazil
Much like every other World Cup game, Cameroon vs Brazil is available on FOX in the US. And it’ll start at 2PM ET/11AM PT, on Friday, December 2 in the US.
Fox is an OTA channel, so you can watch it without paying for anything. But you will need an antenna, if you don’t already have one.
If you’re looking to stream the World Cup, you can do so with Sling TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV and a few others out there. Or you can just head over to foxsports.com and watch it for free. You will get a one-hour free pass on Fox’s website, otherwise, you’ll need to login with a TV provider.
Sling TV is probably the cheapest way to watch the World Cup, if you’re looking to stream. It’s currently $40 per month for Sling Blue, which has Fox included. However you can get your first month for half off. You’ll also be able to DVR the World Cup, with 50 hours of DVR included here. Sling TV also offers 3 device streams with the Blue package.
Important to keep in mind that Fox is not available everywhere with Sling TV, as it only has some affiliates.
You can sign up for Sling TV here. It no longer offers a free trial, instead it knocks 50% off of your first month.
FuboTV is a bit more expensive, but it is also the best streaming service for sports, particularly Soccer. That’s because it does offer a ton of sports channels. But in reference to the World Cup, it does have Fox in almost every market. So you can watch every World Cup game on FuboTV.
FuboTV does have a free trial, which is about a week long. After that, you’ll be paying $69.99 per month for its Pro plan. Or up to $99 per month for its Ultimate plan. You can sign up for FuboTV by clicking here.
Hulu + Live TV
Like some of the others here, Hulu + Live TV does also offer up Fox in almost every market in the US. So you’ll be able to watch the World Cup on Hulu + Live TV. It is one of the more expensive services on here, at $69.99, but it does also include the Disney+ bundle for that price. So definitely not a bad bundle here.
You can sign up for Hulu + live TV by clicking here.
YouTube TV is definitely our favorite streaming service, and a big reason for that is the unlimited cloud DVR. So you could record every World Cup match, and not worry about storage at all. You can also share it with up to five family members. Which gives them their own library, recommendations and more.
YouTube TV is similar in price to FuboTV and Hulu + Live TV, at $65 per month. But it might seem like a much better price due to that unlimited cloud DVR that’s included here.