International Friendly

Brazil vs South Korea: how and where to watch: times, TV, online

How to watch the international friendly as Brazil vs. Korea Republic. The game will be staged at Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi with a 14:30 CET start.

Brazil vs South Korea: how and where to watch: times, TV, online

Can Copa America 2019 holders Brazil go six games without tasting victory? Failure to overcome Korea Republic in Abu Dhabi would certainly see those murmurs of dissent in certain quarters grow louder as Tite's "Seleçao" continue to fail to reproduce the form that saw them secure the Copa on home soil last July.

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Brazil's manager Tite speaks during a press conference for the Brazil national soccer

With no competitive games for the CONMEBOL sides until World Cup 2022 qualification starts next March, Brazil have undertaken to playing the bulk of their friendly games in Europe or Asia and this is leading to a increasing level of disenfranchisement at home. Last week popular Globo Esporte journalist Victor Canedo carried out a poll on his Twitter account, asking his followers if they even knew that Brazil would play last Friday against Argentina. A total of 1,572 votes were cast and the most popular response was, “No, and I don’t care”, closely followed by, “Yes, but I’m not bothered [about watching]”.

Despite the increasing negativity, a chance to see the famous yellow shirts grace any pitch is always an attractive proposition for any football fan with a large crowd expected at Abu Dhabi's Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium for the Korea game.

What time does the Brazil-Korea Republic game kick off?

The international friendly between Brazil and Korea Republic kicks off at 14:30 CET at The Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium multi-purpose stadium in Abu Dhabi.

That's 13:30 in the UK, 10:30 in Rio de Janeiro, 22:30 in Seoul and 17:30 in Abu Dhabi.

(Top L to R) Brazil's goalkeeper Alisson Becker, defender Eder Militao, defender Thiago Silva, midfielder Casemiro, forward Roberto Firmino, defender Danilo, (bottom L to R) forward Willian, midfielder Arthur, midfielder Lucas Paqueta, defender Alex Sandro and forward Gabriel Jesus pose for a group picture during the friendly football match between Brazil and Argentina at the King Saud University stadium in the Saudi capital Riyadh on November 15, 2019.

If you are in another timezone, you can find out here what time the Brazil-Korea Republic match starts wherever you are in the world.

Where can I watch Brazil-Korea Republic?

You can check here to find out which TV stations and online platforms are showing this international friendly.

In Brazil: SportTV, Globo

In Korea Republic: SBS Korea

In Spain: DAZN

In the USA: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA

Korea's defender Kim Jin-su (L)

In the UK: no listed broadcast

Brazil vs Korea Republic: AS English live coverage

You can also follow all the action from Abu Dhabi right here on AS English. Rob will be on hand to bring you all the pre-match build-up ahead of our inimitable live coverage.