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Morocco vs Spain livestream options for 2022 FIFA World Cup


Morocco will take on Spain in a Round of 16 FIFA World Cup clash at the Education City Stadium.

Both the Atlas Lions and the Spanish will be hoping to progress to the quarter-finals with a win at the 40,000-seat venue in Doha.

Morocco reached the knockout stages by securing the most points in Group F, which also included Belgium, Croatia, and Canada.

Meanwhile, Spain go into this game as runners-up of Group E after facing competition from Japan, Costa Rica, and Germany.

Morocco vs Spain kickoff time

Kickoff time for the Morocco vs. Spain match is set for 10 a.m. ET on December 6 at the 40,000-seat venue in Doha.

How to watch Morocco vs Spain on streaming or free TV

World Cup 2022 fans in the U.S. have a choice of options when it comes to livestreaming games at the tournament.

You can watch every game on the FOX Sports family of networks, which are the official English-language broadcast partner in the United States.

The Morocco vs. Spain match will be shown on FOX, with broadcasters Telemundo and Universo also showing the game.

Fans who prefer to use live TV streaming services have options including FuboTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV.

Those looking to stream the games online in English can use the Fox Sports App for $19.99 per month. Spanish speakers can use Peacock Premium, which is $4.99 per month – however it will contain ads. Ad-free Premium Plus costs $9.99 monthly.

When are the other Round of 16 games?

Teams will need to win in their Round of 16 game in order to secure a spot in the quarter-finals.

Saturday, Dec. 3: Netherlands vs. USA

Saturday, Dec. 3: Argentina vs. Australia

Sunday, Dec. 4: France vs. Poland

Sunday, Dec. 4: England vs. Senegal

Monday, Dec. 5: Japan vs. Croatia

Monday, Dec. 5: Brazil vs. South Korea

Tuesday, Dec. 6: Morocco vs. Spain

Tuesday, Dec. 6: Portugal vs. Switzerland

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