Spanish media rights and production company Mediapro has today (October 25) announced the launch in Spain of Gol Mundial, a streaming channel dedicated to the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar (November 20 to December 18).

The platform will show all 64 matches from the tournament live and will broadcast 24 hours a day, with past games and other on-demand content also available.

It can be accessed online at, as well as via Android TV, apps for smart TVs, and the iOS and Android mobile platforms.

The service is available for a one-off payment of €19.99 ($19.91) or with an Android TV over-the-top box for €79.99.

Mediapro says the service is part of its “commitment to making live sport accessible to new audiences and digital platforms and putting football within the reach of all fans.”

The platform is effectively an extension of Mediapro’s Spanish Gol Play network dedicated to soccer.

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Mediapro has run similar World Cup-focused services called Gol Mundial previously.

The company recently licensed rights in Spain to all matches during Qatar 2022 to Movistar Plus, the Spanish pay-television operator owned by telecoms giant Telefonica, having acquired rights there to the tournament in 2019.