Iceland Vs Venezuela live Stream, TV Guide, Preview, Friendly International

Iceland Vs Venezuela live Stream, TV Guide, Preview, Friendly International

Iceland Vs Venezuela football live Stream, Tv Channels Guide, Preview, Friendly International. Today’s match between Venezuela Vs Iceland live Streams of Friendly International is on 22nd September 2022, at 16:00 in the UK at motion_invest Arena (Maria Enzersdorf).

Here Catch Venezuela Vs. Iceland live Streams, How To Watch Friendly International Live Stream Online, discourse with scorecard, Preview, Tv Channels Guide, Results, and much more.

Iceland Vs Venezuela Live Stream and Online TV Guide:

  • UK: SKY Sports
  • US: fuboTV
  • Live Score – Click Here
  • Portugal: Star Sport
  • Hungry: Bein Sports

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How To Watch Friendly International Live On TV

The game between Friendly International will be available on TV via Bein Sport and Sky Sports App via Football Live Stream. You also watch on Venezuela’s official website.

  • UK: SKY Sport 1, SKY Sport Ultimate,, SKY Sport App, and TalkSport Radio UK
  • US: Peacock and SiriusXM FC
  • Canada: fuboTV Canada
  • Iceland: Star Sports Select HD1, Hotstar VIP, Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports 3 Asia and JioTV
  • Germany: Sky Go, WOW, and Sky Sport
  • Iceland: Optus Sport
  • Venezuela: SKY Go NZ, Sky Sport, and Sky Sport NOW.
  • The Middle East and North Africa: beIN SPORTS CONNECT
  • Rest of Africa: SuperSport, SuperSport MaXimo 2, and DStv Now
  • Norway: Viaplay Norway, V Sport Ultra HD, and V Sport
  • All over the World: Star Sport, beIN Sports, DAZN.COM

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Iceland Vs Venezuela Football Match Details

  • SERIES: Friendly International
  • MATCH: Venezuela v Iceland
  • DATE: 22nd September 2022
  • VENUE: motion_invest Arena (Maria Enzersdorf)
  • START TIME: 16:00pm EDT
  • Ticket Cost: $21.39


Venezuela will be seen in action on Thursday after more than three months of absence, having recently recorded a pair of friendly victories in June.

They first beat Malta away from home, with Salomón Rondón scoring the only goal of the game, before earning another 1-0 win against Saudi Arabia, thanks to Nahuel Ferraresi’s goal.

Those results came after the culmination of an unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign, as La Vinotinto trailed the South American group with just 10 points from 18 matches.

Their continental qualification came to an end in March with matches against Argentina and Colombia, and with fate already sealed, José Pekerman’s men would fall in two more defeats, finally losing 3-0 and 1-0 respectively with James’ penalty. Rodríguez making the only difference in the latter after a commendable effort from Venezuela.

Now, after the disappointment of not reaching the World Cup once again, without having reached the group stage of the world tournament, La Vinotinto will look to continue to rebuild with what would be a third straight win in a friendly on Thursday.

Iceland go into the friendly without their last four games in all competitions, including the start of their UEFA Nations League campaign, after falling short of World Cup qualifying.

A pair of thrashings of Liechtenstein were their only wins in 10 outings, as Strakarnir Okkar collected just nine points before going winless in a stretch of International Friendlies and beginning his Nations League campaign in early June.

They began with a trip to Israel and drew 2-2 when Shon Weissman leveled their opponents late, before Arnar Vidarsson’s team will score a second point at home to Albania thanks to Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson’s second-half equalizer in a 1. -1 paste.

Following a friendly win over San Marino, Iceland would again face Israel most recently and play out a draw by the same score, eventually drawing 2-2 when Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson and Thorir Johann Helgason were on the scoreboard in another 2-2 draw. .

Four games unbeaten in the international action, Strakarnir Okkar will attempt to generate momentum with a positive result in Austria ahead of the culmination of their Nations League group campaign later this month.

Iceland Vs Venezuela starting lineups

Venezuela possible starting lineup

Baroja; Hernandez, Villanueva, Ferraresi, Chancellor, Gonzalez; Jose Martinez, Rincon; Josef Martinez, Rondon, Soteldo

Iceland possible starting lineup

Runarsson; Sampsted, Gretarsson, Magnusson, Olafsson; Bjarnason, Gunarsson, Palsson; Thorsteinsson, Finnbogason, Gudjohnsen

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FAQs to Watch Iceland vs Venezuela football Live Stream?

22nd September 2022 at 16:00 GMT

At motion_invest Arena (Maria Enzersdorf)

At 16:00 GMT

Fans can Buy tickets from clubs’ Official Websites.

This match will be televised Live in the UK on SKY Sports Main Event (UK/Irl).

You can Watch it Live on SKY Sports.

Iceland 2-0 Venezuela.

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