Japan vs Spain: Time, TV, Live stream, Venue, and Starting XI

2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar’s group stage is swiftly reaching its conclusion period. With only one more day in hand 6 matches of 3 groups are left to end the stage. Today group E will hold its final 2 matches during noon.


The final two matches of group E will be held today. Group draw E1 Spain will face Japan in one, while draw E2 Costa Rica is scheduled to play against Germany on another.

With 4 points, Spain is currently leading the group E standing. Following them, Japan is sitting in 2nd position. Therefore, the match will be an intense one specially for the Japanese footballers.

Japan is one of the top 3 leading football teams from AFC. They are ranked 24th in FIFA worldwide ranking. The team had a surprisingly good start in the World Cup 2022 with a 2-1 win against Germany. Unfortunately, they lost against Costa Rica with 1-0.

Spain is a dominant UEFA confederation member. They are ranked 7th overall and 5th among other UEFA members. The team had an amazing inaugural win of 7-0 against Costa Rica in the event. However, they had a draw against Germany in the following match with 1-1 score.

When is Japan vs Spain?

  • Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022
  • Time: 02:00 p.m. ET

How to Watch Japan vs Spain?

  • Fox – United States
  • ITV – United Kingdom

In the US, tv broadcast of upcoming Japan vs Spain match will be available on Fox Sports 1. Additionally, ITV will live telecast the group E match in the UK

How to Live Stream the event?

  • FuboTV
  • ITV Hub

FuboTV will provide a live stream of the upcoming World Cup games to their subscribers in the United States. While, ITV Hub will provide live streams for free in the United Kingdom.

Venue of Japan vs Spain:

  • Venue: Khalifa International Stadium
  • Capacity: 45,857

One of the most gorgeous stadiums of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, the Khalifa International Stadium will host the upcoming game between Spain and Japan. The beautiful stadium of 45,857 seat capacity is located in Baaya district of Al Rayyan, Qatar.

Confirmed Line-ups:

Japan XI: Gonda, Yamane, Yoshida, Itakura, H. Ito, Endo, Morita, J. Ito, Mitoma, Minamino, Asano.

Spain XI: Simon, Carvajal, Rodri, Laporte, Jordi Alba, Gavi, Busquets, Pedri, Torres, Olmo, Morata.

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