France vs Denmark: Date, live stream FREE, TV channel and kick-off time for 2022 World Cup Group D clash

    REIGNING World champions France are scheduled to take on Denmark in the standout tie of Group D.

    Les Bleus famously fought hard to beat Croatia in a action packed final four years ago.

    France beat Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup final


    France beat Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup finalCredit: EPA
    Christian Eriksen marked his return with a brilliant strike against Serbia


    Christian Eriksen marked his return with a brilliant strike against SerbiaCredit: Getty

    The French then continued their dominance on the international stage by securing a Nations League triumph in 2021.

    But they now come up against a determined Denmark side who had a very impressive Euro 2020 despite the tragedy of Christian Eriksen collapsing on the pitch.

    And the Danes are no strangers to grinding out a win against France as it something they have already achieved within the last calendar year.

    What time does France vs Denmark kick off?

    • France’s mouth-watering clash with Denmark will take place on Saturday, November 26.
    • It is scheduled to kick off at 4pm UK time – 6pm local time.
    • Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar is the designated venue for this fixture and it can host approximately 40,000 supporters.
    • Andreas Cornelius’ double was enough to see the Danes pull off a shock victory over France when the sides last met in June.
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    What TV channel is France vs Denmark on and can it be live streamed?

    • France vs Denmark will be broadcasted LIVE on ITV in the UK.
    • Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action live via the ITV website or ITV hub.
    • The ITV hub is available to download on your mobile phone or preferred tablet device.

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    Can I watch France vs Denmark for FREE?

    Yes you can! France’s huge match against Denmark is available to watch for FREE in the UK so long as you have a valid TV license.


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