Saudi Arabia vs Qatar: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information on how and where to watch the 2019 Gulf Cup semi-final between Saudi Arabia and hosts Qatar at the Al Janoub Stadium (Doha), kick-off 18:00 CET.
A place in the final of the 2019 Gulf Cup is on the line as Saudi Arabia and host nation Qatar face-off at the Al Janoub Stadium in Doha.
Iraq and Bahrain are the other semi-finalists with Qatar hoping the large home crowd can push the Asian champions on to a home final on Sunday with the showpiece game going ahead on 8 December in the Khalifa International Stadium which is one of Qatar's World Cup 2022 stadia.
Qatar finished second in their group and despite an early wobble, losing to Iraq in the opening game, "al-Annabi" finished the group strongly with convincing wins over UAE and Yemen.
What time does Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar start?
The 2019 Gulf Cup semi-final between Saudi Arabia and Qatar will kick off at Al Janoub Stadium in Doha on Thursday 5 December, 2019 at the local time of 20:00.
That's 18:00 CET, 17:00 in the UK, 12:00 in New York and 09:00 in LA.
How can I watch Saudi Arabia vs Qatar?
With the Gulf Cup not officially recognized by FIFA there is very little information available on what channels or online platforms will be showing the game. We suggest you check your local TV listings to see if the game is on in your country.
For example, in the MENA region Al Kass and BeIN Sports have the rights to the tournament, while Oman TV Sports and KTV Sports in Kuwait also hold broadcasting rights.
Why not tune into AS English as Robbie will be your host bringing you all the action from Doha as the host nation look to seal a place in the 2019 24th Gulf Cup. Our inimitable live coverage, right here on AS English will start shortly before kick-off in Qatar.
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