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World Cup Qualifying: How to Watch Manchester City’s Stars Represent Their Countries from the US

Where and when to watch the Blues in the USA.

Sweden v Georgia - FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Qualifier Photo by David Lidstrom/Getty Images

The international break is when the world’s best and brightest footballers answer the call to represent their nations. In this window it’s a duty of utmost importance, World Cup qualifying.

18 Manchester City players are scheduled to represent 10 different countries in 4 separate confederations to see which 32 teams will compete in Qatar for the world’s most coveted trophy.


All UEFA World Cup qualifiers are streaming on ESPN+. You can also get them on fuboTV and Sling Orange. You can check out the fixtures list here. All times are conveniently converted to your location. City player list for each country below.

England ( 4)

Raheem Sterling, Jack Grealish, John Stones, Kyle Walker

Portugal (3)

Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo, Bernardo Silva

Spain (3)

Ferran Torres, Rodri, Aymeric LaPorte

Belgium (1)

Kevin De Bruyne

Germany (1)

Ilkay Gundogan

Netherlands (1)

Nathan Ake

Ukraine (1)

Oleksandr Zinchenko


CONMEBOL qualifiers are available on fuboTV’s fubo Sports Network. fixtures

Brazil (2) (assuming a resolution is reached to allow travel without quarantine)

Ederson, Gabriel Jesus


CONCACAF qualifying is airing on ESPN. fixtures

USA (1)

Zack Steffen


CAF has no streaming partner in the US. You may be able to follow on YouTube however. fixtures (opens a .pdf)

Algeria (1)

Riyadh Mahrez

City players are scattered far and wide as they continue the quest for football’s top trophy. With so many matches it can be hard to keep track of who’s on at what time and exactly where you can watch. The Blues reassemble for their next Premier League match against Leicester City on September 11. Until then, use this resource to keep tabs on your favorite City stars.