How to watch Chelsea on All 4 in the FIFA Club World Cup? Live stream and how to cast to TV

Chelsea face Al-Hilal in the semi-final of the FIFA Club World Cup on Wednesday afternoon as the Blues look to become world champions for the first time in the club’s history.

Chelsea were last in the competition in 2012, when they were beaten 1-0 in the final by Brazilian side Corinthians – and, 10 years on, the Blues are looking for redemption.

However, Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal stand in the European champions’ way of a place in the final, that is due to take place at the weekend.

Chelsea supporters will be keen to tune in and watch their side in live action on Wednesday against Al-Hilal – but may be wondering how they can do that… has all the information below about how you can stream the semi-final.

How to watch Chelsea on All 4

Channel 4’s streaming service, All 4, will be streaming the match free of charge on Wednesday afternoon and is due to do the same for the final at the weekend.

In order to watch content on the website, you will need to make an account (free), with the option to do just that available at the top left of the screen.

Once an account is made, simply click ‘Live TV’ in order to access the channels available and watch the Club World Cup action live from E4.

How to cast to TV

If you are using Google Cast, make sure you are connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Google Cast receiver, then open the All 4 app – or website – and tap on the Chromecast icon.

What’s been said?

Chelsea star Mason Mount recently insisted that the side’s focus is on winning their first-ever FIFA Club World Cup title as it helps the team’s “winning mentality”.

He said to the club’s official website: “Our focus is always on the next game because they come thick and fast but we really want to win this tournament.

“We haven’t ever won it as a club so we want to win it, like every competition we’re in. We want to have that winning mentality and hopefully it will be a good trip for us.”

Mount and co. will have to do it without manager Thomas Tuchel, though, who recently tested positive for coronavirus.

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