After a 3-0 victory over Kuwait on June 4, the Socceroos had a solid restart in their campaign to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
It has been 567 days since the Socceroos played an international game, and the win puts them atop their group standings for World Cup qualifiers, and five points ahead of Kuwait.
The Socceroos are set to play three more games and face Chinese Taipei on June 8 at 5:00 a.m. AEST. At the very least, they’ll need a win and two draws to advance to the next stage of qualifying.
With Chinese Taipei at the bottom of the pool and yet to take the win, Australia appear to be in good shape for another win. Team coach Graham Arnold will change players for Tuesday’s game, hoping to score more points on the board.
If you’d like to see the action, we’ve covered how you can watch Australia’s Socceroos World Cup qualifiers live and for free.
Socceroos World Cup Qualifiers: How To Watch Online For Free
There are a number of ways to look at the Socceroos in their World Cup qualifiers. Each match will air on ABC TV, Foxtel’s Fox Sports, and Kayo – but if you’re looking to stream the matches online, consider signing up for a Kayo Freebies account.
All Socceroos World Cup qualifying matches will be streamed live and for free on Kayo Freebies, which is a toll-free tier on the sports streaming service.
The free subscription option offers a selection of live and on-demand sports, shows and documentaries that will be available for free to all Australians, including select Matildas matches and the A-League finals for n to name a few.
While Kayo Freebies will give you access to Australia’s qualifiers, you’ll need a paid membership to watch other countries play for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
A basic subscription costs AU $ 25 per month, which includes simultaneous streams on two screens. And if you’re looking to watch on more devices, the premium plan will get you three screens for AU $ 35 per month. For more details, see below.
Socceroos World Cup qualifiers: schedule
- Australia vs Chinese Taipei: Tuesday June 8 at 5 a.m. AEST
- Nepal vs Australia: Saturday June 12 at 2:00 a.m. AEST
- Australia vs Jordan: Wednesday June 16 at 5 a.m. AEST