Public Viewing

Public viewing has become a firm fixture of the fan culture at FIFA’s events, providing fans who are unable to attend the match with a unique and exciting opportunity to experience all the action and atmosphere of one of the world’s greatest sporting spectacles outside the stadium. Public viewing is an innovative value proposition for watching FIFA events around the world and socialising with different fan groups. November 2021 will see FIFA launch a new platform, on which applicants from all over the world will be able to apply for a licence to host a public viewing event in their countries for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. In the meantime, if you wish to communicate with our dedicated Public Viewing team, please send a message to publicviewing@fifa.org.

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GRENOBLE, FRANCE - JUNE 12: During the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France group A match between Nigeria and Korea Republic at Stade des Alpes on June 12, 2019 in Grenoble, France. (Photo by Johannes Simon - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
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FIFA Host Broadcast, FIFA Films and FIFA Digital are responsible for the production of live feeds, films, documentaries, series and digital content for distribution to FIFA’s Media Rights Licensees and for use on FIFA’s social media channels.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JUNE 25:  A general view is seen during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia at Luzhniki Stadium on June 25, 2018 in Moscow, Russia.  (Photo by FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
Public Viewing

Public viewing is an innovative value proposition for watching FIFA events around the world and socialising with different fan groups.