The 2022 World Cup is here, broadcasting live from Qatar, as 32 national teams vie for the chance to declare they’re the best in globe at soccer.
In the United States, games will be broadcast on FOX Sports and Telemundo Deportes. They’ll also stream on Peacock and Peacock Premium.
And if you’re watching and wondering whose voices you’re hearing while watching those contests, we’ve got you covered with a list of the names who will be on the mics for those games.
So let’s run through them for both networks as we get ready to watch the 2022 World Cup to kick off:
John Strong and Stu Holden
Derek Rae and Aly Wagner
JP Dellacamera and Cobi Jones
Ian Darke and Landon Donovan
Jacqui Oatley and Warren Barton
Reporters: Jenny Taft, Rodolfo Landeros, Geoff Shreeves. Tom Rinaldi will also report.
Andres Cantor and Manuel Sol are the top announcers.
Other play-by-play voices: Copan Alvarez, Jorge Calvo and Sammy Sadovnik.
Sebastian Abreu, Natalia Astrain, Eduardo Biscayart, Claudio Borghi, Diego Forlan, Miguel Herrera, Oscar Perez, Tab Ramos, Diana Rincon, Maxi Rodriguez, Mauro Silva, Juan Pablo Sorin, Carlos Tenorio and Amelia Valverde.
Every 2022 World Cup team nickname, from the Stars and Stripes to the Indomitable Lions