Spanish coach Luis Enrique will Stream FIFA World Cup 2022 Content on Twitch

Spanish coach Luis Enrique will Stream FIFA World Cup 2022 Content on Twitch

Who would have expected to watch the live coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on a Twitch stream well yes it is happening. Spain’s head coach Luis Enrique took to Twitter to announce that he will be live streaming the whole time when Spain is in Qatar. Luis will give a live insight into the football teams and the FIFA World Cup 2022.


People love the inside view of events like this and watching public favorites like Sergio Ramos live in the dressing room of the FIFA World Cup is unbelievable. This will be new to the world and for Luis, as he has never done a live stream before.

There are Brazilian streamers who will also be covering one FIFA World Cup 2022 match per day. Casimiro will be streaming all the matches of the Brazil Team.

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Luis Enrique will Stream The FIFA World Cup 2022 Campaign

Luis Enrique will Stream FIFA World Cup 2022 on Twitch
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Luis Enrique who is the former coach of Barcelona took to Twitter and made a surprise announcement stating. He confirmed that he will be covering every bit of the FIFA World Cup 2022 starting 18th November as Spain reaches Qatar.

“Hello everyone! Streamers of the world, watch out! I’m heading downhill and I’ve got no brakes! I’m recording this video to let everyone know that I’ve become a streamer!”. He added, “I have not yet made my debut but my idea is to stream throughout our time in Qatar. We arrive in the early hours of Nov. 18, so I think I’ll be able to start streaming that day”.

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To answer the question what motivated him? He said, “I want to establish a direct relationship with you, the fans, and whoever else may be interested in any information about the team told from a specific viewpoint ( mine, and that of my staff).”


This will be the first time ever in the history of FIFA and Twitch that the players are getting a first-hand experience of how things go down in these events. Luis claimed that this was a spontaneous idea and will be an interesting experiment. He does have some confrontational relationships with the Spanish media and so he is willing to have a more direct connection with the fans with no filters straight from the films.

Luis has also made a new Twitch account and a new Instagram profile the links for which he shared on his Twitter account. Football fans around the world are excited as Luis’s Twitter account has more than +60k followers even before his first stream.

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