How to live stream Brazil v South Korea and watch the World Cup 2022 from anywhere

The World Cup 2022 favourites must beat the Korean side to set up a quarter final clash with Japan or Croatia

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Brazil were firm favourites heading into the World Cup 2022, with something of a golden generation coming together at just the right time. They looked comfortable in their group, brushing aside Serbia and Switzerland before a shock defeat to Cameroon.

South Korea made much more work of their exit. An opening day stalemate with Uruguay was followed by a 3-2 defeat against Ghana. With Uruguay beating the African nation in their final game, the Koreans had to pull off a victory against group winners, Portugal, to have any hope of knockout football. That's just what they got, thanks to a stoppage time winner from Wolves forward, Hwang Hee-Chan.

South Korea will undoubtedly have their work cut out against an in-form Brazil side with stacks of talent – when Manchester City's number one is your second choice goalkeeper, you know you've got depth! I can't see South Korea getting the better of this Brazil team, though. Despite the volume of upsets we've already seen at this World Cup, my money is on Brazil progressing to face the winner of Japan v Croatia.

Brazil v South Korea: kick-off time and stadium

Brazil v South Korea will kick off at 7pm GMT tonight, Monday December 5. For fans in Australia, a 6am AEDT start will allow you to catch the action, while fans in the USA can tune in from 11am PT / 2pm ET.

It will be an afternoon kick-off in Brazil, starting at 5pm Fernando de Noronha Time / 4pm Brasilia / 3pm Amazon Standard Time / 2pm Acre Time. Meanwhile, South Korean fans will face the choice between a very late night, or a very early start to catch their side in action at 4am Korean Standard Time.

It will take place at Stadium 974 in Doha, which has a capacity of 44,089.

Brazil v South Korea: How to watch if you're out of the country

If you find yourself out of the country during the World Cup 2022, you may find that your usual method of watching doesn't work. Fear not, though – the best VPNs can help you navigate around geo-restrictions, to watch as you would when you were sat at home.

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Brazil v South Korea: how to watch in the UK

Watch Brazil v South Korea live on ITV (opens in new tab)

Watch Brazil v South Korea live on ITV (opens in new tab)

If you're in the UK you can watch all the coverage as it happens on ITV

Fans based in the UK can watch every moment of World Cup 2022 action for free. The broadcast rights are shared between BBC and ITV, with the final being shown on both. Oh, and you'll need a TV license.

If you're looking to watch online, you can use BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab) and ITV Hub (opens in new tab) to stream the games live.

Out of the country right now?

Use ExpressVPN to watch the World Cup 2022 from abroad (opens in new tab)

Brazil v South Korea: how to watch in the USA

Coverage in the USA is split between FOX and Fox Sports 1, with FOX showing all of the knockout games. If you don't have cable TV, there are still options.

Sling TV (opens in new tab) offers more than 30 channels including both FOX and FS1. Another option is Fubo TV (opens in new tab), which is more costly, but comes with more than 100 channels, including both FOX and FS1, so you can watch every moment.

If you're out of the country and want to keep up with the action, use ExpressVPN to tune in to the World Cup 2022 from abroad (opens in new tab).

Brazil v South Korea: how to watch in Australia

In Australia, the entire tournament will be free to view on SBS, and SBS On-Demand (opens in new tab).

Out of the country for the World Cup? Use ExpressVPN to watch SBS (opens in new tab) as if you were at home.

Sam Cross
Staff Writer

Online news writer at T3.com, Sam has five years of experience in online and print journalism, with work featured in publications like Metro and Last Word on Sports. After years writing about music and football, Sam now turns his hand to bringing you news about new phones, smart home products, smart watches, laptops and TVs. Sam is a longtime fan and user of Apple products, including iPhones, MacBooks and Apple Watches.He’s also T3’s resident football expert, bringing you everything you need to know about the big games, including how to watch them. In his spare time, Sam is a keen guitarist, watch lover and (very) amateur golfer.