Netherlands vs Ecuador: Date, FREE Live Stream, TV Channel & Kick Off Time for 2022 World Cup Group A Draw

The NETHERLANDS will face South American side Ecuador in their second Group A clash – and Oranje fans will expect three points.

Holland failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup leaving the whole world stunned because of their incredible squad.


Cody Gakpo has caught the eye of big clubs including Arsenal and Man UnitedCredit: Getty
Ecuador held Brazil to a 1-1 draw where Alisson controversially avoided a red card


Ecuador held Brazil to a 1-1 draw where Alisson controversially avoided a red cardCredit: EPA

But their new lineup of talent such as Frankie de Jong and Cody Gakpo has led people to believe they could be the dark horses of the tournament.

And the Netherlands will be backed to get the job done against an Ecuadorian side who haven’t reached the group stages since 2006.

However, the South American nation have held Brazil and Argentina to a 1-1 draw this calendar year.

What time does Netherlands-Ecuador start?

  • The Netherlands’ second Group A clash against Ecuador will take place on Friday, November 25.
  • It is planned to start at 4:00 p.m. UK time – 6 p.m. local time.
  • The Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar is the designated venue for this game and it can accommodate around 45,516 fans.
  • The Netherlands failed to beat Ecuador in 2014 as the match ended 1-1.
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What TV channel is Netherlands v Ecuador on and can it be streamed live?

  • Netherlands vs Ecuador will be broadcast DIRECT on ITV in the UK.
  • Viewers also have the option of streaming all the action live via the ITV website or the ITV hub.
  • The ITV hub is available for download to your favorite mobile phone or tablet.

Can I watch Netherlands vs Ecuador for FREE?

Yes! The mouth-watering clash of the Netherlands with Ecuador is available to watch FREE in the UK as long as you have a valid TV licence.

Christy J. Olson