The two remaining matches will determine the final two spots for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
BeIN Sports will air the last two FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers, the Intercontinental Play-Offs, live and exclusively across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
After Australia’s 2-1 victory against UAE last week, the Oceanic team will compete against South American Peru on June 13 starting at 21:00 MECCA.
Next up, starting at 21:00 MECCA on June 14, Costa Rica will play New Zealand in the last match before the main event at the end of the year. This will be New Zealand’s first qualification in 12 years and Costa Rica’s sixth shot at taking home the trophy.
Live from the ground for both matches at the 40,000-capacity Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Qatar, the dedicated Arabic and English studios will commence one hour before kick-off, at 20:00 MECCA. Arabic studio and commentary will be available on beIN Sports PREMIUM 1 presented by notable Saudi presenter Tareq Al Hammad and guest commentary by former Qatar national team players Ibrahim Al Khalfan and Abdulaziz Al Sulaiti, plus former Tunis national player Hatem Al Trabelsi and former Egypt national player Wael Gomaa. English studio and commentary will be available on beIN Sports English 1. In addition, French commentary will be available on beIN Sports French 1.
Speaking about the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Intercontinental Play-Offs, Mohammed Al Bader, Managing Director of beIN’s MENA Channels, said: “We’re excited to bring the remaining two matches from the Road to Qatar 2022 qualifiers to our millions of viewers and subscribers across the region to find out which teams will secure the final two coveted slots in the greatest show on earth. As the official broadcaster of the tournament in MENA, we are counting down the days – with just over 160 to go – until November 21, where we will make history – proudly representing Qatar and the Arab world.”