England now face the defending champions France in the quarter-finals who eased past Poland in their last-16 match and possess probably the most lethal attacking player at the tournament in Kylian Mbappe.
The BBC showed two of England's three World Cup group matches, and also secured the rights to broadcast the opening ceremony, however their coverage on BBC One focused on unpacking the controversy around hosting the tournament in Qatar.
In the latest share between free-to-air broadcasters, ITV screened the second match on Friday against USA, the last-16 clash with Senegal, and will show England's quarter-final clash with France on Saturday, December 10.
Terrestrial channels have negotiated a share over coverage for major tournaments between themselves for more than 50 years and ITV are said to have had first pick this year.
England's group stage tie against Wales was on the BBC but the corporation will have to wait until the semi-final to screen another potential Three Lions match.
World Cup 2022 TV schedule (all times GMT)
Friday December 9
Quarter-final 1: Croatia vs Brazil, 3pm – BBC
Quarter-final 2: Netherlands vs Argentina, 7pm – BBC
Saturday December 10
Quarter-final 3: Morocco vs Portugal, 3pm – ITV
Quarter-final 4: England vs France, 7pm – ITV
Tuesday December 13
Semi-final 1: Netherlands/Argentina vs Croatia/Brazil, 7pm – TBC
Wednesday December 14
Semi-final 2: England/France vs Morocco/Portugal 7pm – TBC
Saturday December 17
Third-place playoff, 7pm – TBC
Sunday December 18
The World Cup final, 7pm – ITV and BBC
How to watch the Fifa World Cup in the USA
All matches will be shown on Fox, or Fox Sports 1.