Brazil are considered one of the favorites to win World Cup 2022. But this year's tournament has already seen some shock results. Brazil will be determined to avoid the same fate as their South American rivals Argentina, who were defeated by underdogs Saudi Arabia in their first World Cup game.
However, Serbia haven't come to Qatar just to make up the numbers and will believe themselves capable of an upset. While the Brazilin ranks include the likes of Neymar and Vinicius Jr, Serbia boast one of the the Premier League's best forwards in Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrović. Such a wealth of attacking talent will make the Brazil vs Serbia live stream a game not to be missed.
Fortunately, this match is being broadcast around the world, and we'll show you how to watch it from anywhere below. Here's everything you need to know about how to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream.
Plus, make sure you don’t miss a moment of the World Cup by checking out our full how to watch World Cup 2022 live streams hub.
How to watch Brazil vs Serbia anywhere
The Brazil vs Serbia live stream will be shown on many different channels across the world, but what if you're not in your home country and want to watch it on your usual service?
The answer is to use a VPN, or virtual private network. A VPN will let you tune into your home coverage from wherever you are — meaning that if you're abroad, you can use one of the best VPN services to watch the games live as if you were in your lounge.
Our favorite right now is ExpressVPN, thanks to its combination of superb speed, great customer service and excellent device support. It also offers a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee, so you could check it out without having to sign up long term.
Using a VPN is incredibly simple.
1. Install the VPN of your choice. As we've said, ExpressVPN is our favorite.
2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN app. For instance if you're in the U.K. and want to view a U.S. service, you'd select U.S. from the list.
3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to Sling or another service and watch the game.
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Brazil vs Serbia live streams by country
How to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream in the US
Soccer fans in the U.S. can watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream on FOX and the FOX website with a valid login, if your local FOX affiliate is showing the match. FOX is included with all cable packages or with one of our best TV antenna picks.
Another option would be Sling TV: the Sling Blue package costs just $40 per month and comes with more than 30 channels including FOX (provided you're in an area with a local Fox affiliate). Best of all, right now Sling is offering half off the first month, allowing you to watch the entire World Cup for just $20.
Or you could go for Fubo.TV. Its Pro Plan costs $70 per month but gives you 121 channels, including FOX (provided you have a local affiliate), plus lots more for sports fans to enjoy.
Spanish language coverage is available via Telemundo or Peacock. The first 12 games will be available to watch on a free account, but if you want to watch the full tournament you'll need a Peacock Premium subscription ($9.99/month).
If you already use those services but aren't in the U.S. right now, you can watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream by using a VPN such as ExpressVPN.
How to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream in Canada
Canadians can watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream on TSN, the home of World Cup 2022 in Canada.
If you've cut the cord, you can sign up for TSN Direct for $19.99 per month or you can take an annual pass which works out at $16.66 per month. Plus, the service is open to all: you don't need to have TSN as part of an existing TV package.
If you live in Canada and already subscribe to TSN , but aren't at home right now, you can still watch a Brazil vs Serbia live stream by using a quality VPN like ExpressVPN.
How to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream in the UK
In the U.K., the Brazil vs Serbia live stream will be available to watch for free on the BBC, or you can stream online via BBC iPlayer. You will need a valid U.K. TV license in order to watch the game on TV or via online streaming.
If you're not currently in the U.K. and have a valid TV license, you can still watch a Brazil vs Serbia live stream by using one of the best VPN services, such as ExpressVPN.
How to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream in Australia
Aussie soccer fans can watch the World Cup 2022 for free on SBS, including the Brazil vs Serbia live stream. The free-to-air network is available on traditional TV or online by using SBS On-Demand.
Not in Australia right now? You can simply use a VPN to watch all the action on SBS as if you were back home. ExpressVPN is out top pick of the options out there.
How to watch the Brazil vs Serbia live stream in New Zealand
Kiwis can access the Brazil vs Serbia live stream via Sky Sport. This costs $60.98 NZD per month, or you could go for the Sky Sport Now service, which gives you just the Sport channels but for a reduced cost of $19.99/week, $39.99/month or $399/year.
Not at home in New Zealand right now? You can still follow every game of the World Cup 2022 by using one of the best VPN services, such as ExpressVPN.
Brazil vs Serbia preview
Brazil come to Qatar as the odds-on favorites for World Cup glory. No longer a team relying solely on the individual brilliance of PSG’s Neymar, this dynamic Brazilian team boasts a wealth of young talent from Real Madrid’s Vinicius Jr to Newcastle’s Bruno Guimarães. Brazil are the most decorated national team in history, and have won a record-breaking five World Cups, but the country hasn’t lifted the iconic trophy for two decades. However, under the watchful eye of manager Tite, Brazil are dreaming again, and it won’t come as a surprise if Brazil are adding a sixth star to their badge next month.
Serbia may have failed to qualify for Euro 2020, and the four iterations of the same tournament before that, but the Eastern European country could be a dark horse at World Cup 2022. Serbia topped their qualification group ahead of Portugal, scoring 18 times in the process. The side packs some serious firepower with Juventus’ Dušan Vlahović and Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrović leading the line. Plus, Creative stalwart Dušan Tadić, formerly of Southampton now at Ajax, shouldn’t be overlooked either. Serbia will feel confident they can progress from Group G, and maybe even cause an upset or two in the knockout rounds.
The Brazil vs Serbia live stream will close out the first round of World Cup 2022 group stage games, and features two teams with plenty of attacking talent. It’s definitely a fixture you won’t want to miss.
Brazil vs Serbia team news
There are big things expected of Brazil at World Cup 2022, and it's not hard to see why looking at the starting XI that manager Tite has been able to name for the nation's first game of the tournament. Unsurprisingly Neymar starts, as does Real Madrid's Vinicius. West Ham's Lucas Paquetá also gets a starting role in the middle of the park, but Newcastle's Bruno Guimarães has to settle for a place on the bench, as does Arsenal's Gabriel Jesus
The big relief for Serbia is that Aleksander Mitrovic is starting. The Fulham forward was an injury doubt, but has been passed fit enough to play from the get-go. Experienced heads Dusan Tadic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are paired in midfield.
Brazil: Alisson, Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Sandro, Casemiro, Paqueta, Raphinha, Neymar, Vinicius, Richarlison.
Serbia: Vanja, Veljkovic, Milenkovic, Pavlovic, Zivkovic, Lukic, Gudelj, Mladenovic, S.Milinkovic-Savic, Tadic, Mitrovic.
World Cup 2022 Group G table
Group G standings as of 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, November 24.
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Rory is an Entertainment Editor at Tom’s Guide based in the UK. He covers a wide range of topics but with a particular focus on gaming and streaming. When he’s not reviewing the latest games, searching for hidden gems on Netflix, or writing hot takes on new gaming hardware, TV shows and movies, he can be found attending music festivals and getting far too emotionally invested in his favorite football team.