World Cup 2022 and Everything You Need to Know About It

After a distressful period of COVID-19, the football is back as it was expected to be. La Liga returned to be as emotional as it is, EPL returned to be as competitive as it used to be, and Bundesliga returned to be crazy enough with German flow, and with it followed the sentiments of fans who were previously bound to be in their house. Besides, the commercial intra-nation leagues, international football is back as well. In the same flow FIFA-2022 is going to be observed with the same old patriotic, nationalism-based football emotions for the first time in a Gulf nation, Qatar

Where & When?

If everything goes on well, it is going to start on 21 November 2022. The first match will be Senegal against the Netherlands at 1:00 PM (Qatar Time). On the same day, England is going to face Iran and Qatar will face Ecuador which concludes the first matchday.

The matches that are going to be held on the first day can be watched directly from Al Thumama Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, and Al Bayt Stadium.

Who is selected and for which group in the Wold Cup??

As of today, 30 nations have qualified for the world cup, and the other two teams are expected to be selected after two matches. The matches envisioned as AFC vs CONMEBOL and CONCACAF vs OFC is to be played as Peru vs Australia and Costa Rica vs New Zealand on 13 June 2022 and 14 June 2022 respectively.

AFCCONMEBOL
13 June 2022Australia (Won)Peru
CONCACAFOFC
14 June 2022Costa Rica (Won)New Zealand

Nations that are selected are:

Group A

Qatar
Ecuador
Senegal
Netherlands

Group B

England
Iran
USA
Wales

Group C

Argentina
Saudia Arabia
Mexico
Poland

Group D

France
Denmark
Tunisia
Australia

Group E

Spain
Germany
Japan
Costa Rica

Group F

Belgium
Canada
Croatia
Morocco

Group G

Brazil
Serbia
Switzerland
Cameroon

Group H

Portugal
Ghana
Uruguay
South Korea
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