When is the World Cup 2022 opening ceremony, TV channel, how to stream FREE and who will be performing in Qatar? | The Sun

THE World Cup gets underway TODAY and it all begins with the opening ceremony.

Host nation Qatar is scheduled to face a tough Ecuador side in the opening game of the tournament.

But before the big kick-off, there are the usual formalities which include an opening ceremony.

And SunSport has all the information on where it will be and who could be performing.

When is the 2022 World Cup opening ceremony?

The winter World Cup opening ceremony is set to take place on TODAY, November 20.

It is expected to get underway at 3pm UK time – one hour before the Qatar vs Ecuador which kicks off at 4pm UK time.

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Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of the capital of Doha is the allocated arena for this huge fixture.

And Al Bayt Stadium can host around 60,000 spectators.

How can I watch the opening ceremony?

  • The opening ceremony will be broadcast live on TV in the UK.
  • You can watch this on BBC One, where they will also be showing Qatar vs Ecuador after the ceremony.
  • If you have a TV licence, you can stream the opening ceremony on BBC iPlayer or via the BBC Sport website.

Who will be performing at the 2022 World Cup opening ceremony?

Qatari singer Fahad Al-Kubaisi will be performing Dreamers.

The other artist confirmed for the ceremony is BTS singer and K-Pop star Jung Kook.

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