Next, we explain at what time and on what platforms and channels You will be able to see all the games that are played today, Saturday November 26, with the return of Argentina and France as the highlight of the day. Ready to get the ball rolling?
France, open; the rest, paid
After more than four years, The FIFA World Cup is back and that means that we have almost a whole month ahead of us in which 32 teams will fight to lift the World Cup on December 18.
After Argentina’s defeat and France’s good start, we continue with the second round of Groups C and D. Today we have four games again, two from each group:
- Tunisia – Australia: 11:00 (Spanish peninsular time).
Poland – Saudi Arabia: 14:00 (Spanish peninsular time).
France – Denmark: 17:00 (Spanish peninsular time).
Argentina – Mexico: 20:00 (Spanish peninsular time).
As every day, the platforms and channels where you can follow the four games are the following:
- Movistar Plus+: the operator will broadcast the four matches through the Gol Mundial channel. You can watch it in HD on dial 57 and in 4K on dial 443, as well as on the Movistar Plus+ app (iOS / Android).
World Goal: if you have contracted the Mediapro OTT (19.99 euros), you will also be able to see all the matches both through the browser (PC/Mac) and through its app for iOS, Android, Android TV, Samsung or LG Smart TV , Chromecast and Fire Stick. If your television is compatible, the Smart TV app offers the Gol Mundial UHD channel, which broadcasts in 4K HDR.
Also, TVE will broadcast the France – Denmark open through DTT. You can see it on La1 and on the RTVE Play app (iOS / Android). If you meet the requirements, you can also watch it in 4K through TVE UHD.
You can also access TVE’s La1 at all platforms that include DTT in its contents, that is, all operators (in their respective decos and apps) and services such as the Tivify app.
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