Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream
Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal is totally free to watch on SBS and SBS on Demand in Australia. The FIFA Club World Cup final will also stream for free on FIFA+ in many countries around the world. Use a VPN to watch your local stream from anywhere (opens in new tab), if you happen to be away from home. Full details on how to watch Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal on TV just below.
The teams are in and Real Madrid and the big news is that Karim Benzema starts after arriving just in time from the Spanish capital. The Frenchman captains the side, with Luka Modric, Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni also in from the off. Vinicius Jr also starts, as Rodrygo starts on the bench. For Al-Hilal, Mohamed Kanno returns from the semi-final lineup after serving his one-game ban. Salem Al-Dawsari starts as the principal creative threat, with Luciano Vietto also offering attacking threat. Moussa Marega starts up front.
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Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream: match preview
Real Madrid and Al-Hilal do battle tonight in the FIFA Club World Cup final for the right to call themselves the best club side on the planet. Los Blancos are old hands in occasions such as this, but their Saudi opponents have taken their international success at Qatar 2022 into this tournament and have already disposed of Flamengo en route to the final. This promises to be a fascinating encounter with plenty at stake.
Al-Hilal produced one of the biggest upsets in Club World Cup history on Tuesday night with their thrilling 3-2 victory over Brazilian giants Flamengo. The reigning Copa Libertadores champions were humbled by the Saudi Arabian side, who earned their spot in this tournament as the most recent winners of the AFC Champions League in 2021, with the current edition due to finish in April. Al-Hilal may only sit fourth in their domestic league, where they are this season's draw specialists, but Ramon Diaz's side have impressed in Morocco and had already knocked out CAF Champions League winners Wydad Casablanca in the quarter-finals. Salem Al-Dawsari, who scored Saudi Arabia's memorable winner against Argentina at the World Cup, struck twice against Flamengo and the attacking midfielder is in fine form. Mohamed Kanno is back from suspension from this one and should return to the starting line-up.
Real Madrid were at their efficient best in disposing of Al Ahly in their 4-1 semi-final win on Wednesday. Though the Egyptians pulled the score back to 2-1 with a second-half penalty, Los Blancos' superior quality and game management saw the 14-time European champions home with goals from Vinicius Jr, Federico Valverde, Rodrygo and youngster Sergio Arribas. Carlo Ancelotti again looks likely to be without goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and Karim Benzema, according the Spanish radio reports, and it remains to be seen if Dani Ceballos' excellent cameo from the bench against Al Ahly is enough to give the Spaniard a start in the final. Inconsistent in La Liga, Madrid are in a league of their own when it comes to winning single-game showpiece events and won't be taking this one lightly.
Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal kicks off at 7pm GMT / 2pm EST, Saturday 11th February, at Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat, Morocco. Morocco. It's free to watch Australia. Make sure you know how to watch a Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream from anywhere
Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream
In Australia, SBS (opens in new tab) will air Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal in the FIFA Club World Cup final. Streaming service SBS on Demand (opens in new tab) will provide the online offering for the massive clash between the two sides.
Travelling away outside Australia this week? You can always use a VPN to access SBS from overseas (opens in new tab). We recommend using ExpressVPN. Details below.
Watch Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream from anywhere
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US soccer stream: watch Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal
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Watch Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal in the Rest of the World
If you're in the rest of the world, including the UK, Canada, India and New Zealand, you can watch the Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal live stream for free on FIFA+ (opens in new tab), the content platform for football's world governing body. It's also available to watch free online via FIFA's YouTube channel (opens in new tab).
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Al Ahly vs Real Madrid live stream kick-off times
Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal kicks off at 7pm GMT / 2pm EST tonight, Saturday 11th February, at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat, Morocco.
Global Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal kick-off times:
- UK: 7pm
- Central Europe: 8pm
- USA (EDT/PST): 2pm / 11am
- Australia: 6am (Sunday)
- New Zealand: 8am (Sunday)
FIFA Club World Cup final – dates & TV times
FIFA Club World Cup final :
Saturday 11th February 2023
Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal – 7pm GMT / 2pm ET
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