Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule, Groups, and Teams

Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Complete Schedule and Details

FIFA has announced the schedule of the World Cup 2022 in Qatar. The FIFA World Cup football matches will run from November 20 to December 18, 2022. This football tournament of 32 teams will be held in Qatar in November-December through World Cup qualifiers. FIFA World Cup 2022 opening match in Group A at 10:00 PM BST at Al Bait Stadium, hosts Qatar against Ecuador.

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule

 

Day – Date
Bangladesh – Indian time
Qatar World Cup Today’s Match – Results
20 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Qatar 0-2 Ecuador
21 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Senegal-Netherlands
21 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm England-Iran
21 November 1 am – 12:30 pm America v
Wales (European Play-off)
22 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Argentina-Saudi Arabia
22 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Denmark-Tunisia
22 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Mexico-Poland
22 November 1 am – 12:30 pm France v
Intercontinental Play-off 1 – Australia
23 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Mexico-Croatia
23 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Germany-Japan
23 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Spain v
Intercontinental Play-off 2 – Costa Rica
23 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Belgium-Canada
24 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Switzerland-Cameroon
24 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Uruguay-South Korea
24 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Portugal-Ghana
24 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Brazil-Serbia
25 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Iran vs
Wales (European Play Off)
25 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Qatar-Senegal
25 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Netherlands-Ecuador
25 November 1 am – 12:30 pm England-America
26 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Tunisia v
Intercontinental Play-off 1 – Australia
26 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Poland-Saudi Arabia
26 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm France-Denmark
26 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Argentina-Mexico
27 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Japan vs
Intercontinental Playoff 2 – Costa Rica
27 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm Belgium-Morocco
27 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Croatia-Canada
27 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Spain-Germany
28 November 4 pm – 3:30 pm Cameroon-Serbia
28 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm South Korea-Ghana
28 November 10 pm – 9:30 pm Brazil-Switzerland
28 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Portugal-Uruguay
29 November 9 pm – 8:30 pm Netherlands-Qatar
29 November 9 pm – 8:30 pm Ecuador-Senegal
29 November 1 am – 12:30 pm England vs Wales –
(European Play Offs)
29 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Iran-America
30 November 9 pm – 8:30 pm Tunisia-France
30 November 9 pm – 8:30 pm Denmark v
Intercontinental Play-off 1 – Australia
30 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Saudi Arabia-Mexico
30 November 1 am – 12:30 pm Poland-Argentina
December 1 9 pm – 8:30 pm Croatia-Belgium
December 1 9 pm – 8:30 pm Canada-Morocco
December 1 1 am – 12:30 pm Germany vs
Intercontinental Play-off 2 – Costa Rica
December 1 1 am – 12:30 pm Japan-Spain
December 2 9 pm – 8:30 pm South Korea-Portugal
December 2 9 pm – 8:30 pm Ghana-Uruguay
December 2 1 am – 12:30 pm Serbia-Switzerland
December 2 1 am – 12:30 pm Cameroon-Brazil

 

Qatar World Cup 2022: Knock Out Stage – Last Sixteen

  • December 3-6: Round of 16
  • December 9-10: Quarter-finals
  • December 13-14: Semi-finals
  • December 17: Third-Place Match
  • December 18: FIFA World Cup 2022 Final

 

 

Qatar World Cup 2022: Quarter Finals

December 9 9 pm – 8:30 pm E1-F2 vs. G1-H2
December 9 1 am – 12:30 pm A1-B2 vs. C1-D2
December 10 9 pm – 8:30 pm F1-E2 vs. H1-G2
December 10 1 am – 12:30 pm B1-A2 vs. D1-C2

 

Qatar World Cup 2022: Semi-Final

December 13 1 am – 12:30 pm Two winners of December 9
December 14 1 am – 12:30 pm Two winners of December 10

 

Qatar World Cup 2022: Third place

December 17 9 pm – 8:30 pm Two semi-final losers

 

Qatar World Cup 2022 Final Match

December 18 9 pm – 8:30 pm Two semi-final winners

 

First match of Qatar World Cup: Qatar-Ecuador

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will begin on Sunday, November 20. Group A at Al Bait Stadium Bangladesh Time 10:00 PM – 9:30 PM (India) at Al Bait Stadium.

Qatar World Cup Final Match When, Where:

The final of the Qatar World Cup will be held on December 18 at Lucille Stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000.

How much is the World Cup in Qatar?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup competition

Qatar World Cup 2022 Stadium:

The World Cup will be held from 21st November to 18th December 2022 at 8 venues in 5 cities of Qatar, the stadiums are:

  • Lusail Iconic Stadium – Lusail Iconic Stadium or Lusail Stadium
  • Al Bayt Stadium – Al-Bayt Stadium
  • Ras Abu Abud Stadium – Stadium 974
  • Al Thumama Stadium – Al-Thumama Stadium
  • Education City Stadium – Education City Stadium
  • Ahmad bin Ali Stadium – Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
  • Khalifa International Stadium – Khalifa International Stadium
  • Al Janoub Stadium – Al Janoub Stadium

 

FIFA World Cup Groups 2022 

 

Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador.

Group-B: England, USA, Iran, Wales/Scotland/Ukraine (Euro play-offs).

Group-C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia.

Group-D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Peru/Australia/UAE (Play-off 1).

Group-E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica/New Zealand (Play-off 2).

Group-F: Belgium, Croatia, Morocco, Canada.

Group-G: Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia, Cameroon.

Group-H: Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea, Ghana.

The final of the 2022 Qatar World Cup will be held at the 80,000-seat Lusail Stadium on December 18. The final will start at 10:00 pm Bangladesh time – 9:30 pm (India).

The group stage will last for 12 days, with four matches per day. This is the first time that four matches will be organized in a day in the group stage. Group stage matches will continue like this for 12 days. The matches will be held in eight stadiums across Qatar.

The group stage matches will be played at intervals of three hours. The distance between the venues is not much. Spectators can finish one match and watch another match at another venue if they want. The first match of the day will start at 1 pm local time (4 pm Bangladesh time). And the last match will start at 10:00 PM – 9:30 PM local time (Bangladesh Time 1:00 PM – 12:30 PM (India)).

The tournament will proceed from the group stage to the last sixteen, where there will be two matches each day. A two-day break at the end of the last sixteen. The four matches of the quarter finals will be completed in two days. A two-day break after the quarter finals.

One match a day in the semi-finals. The semi-finals on December 14 are followed by a two-day break followed by the third-place match on December 17, followed by the final on December 18.

This is the first FIFA World Cup being held in the Middle East. This is also the first World Cup to be held in November-December. After all the qualifying matches are over in March 2022, only the draw for the main round of the World Cup will take place.

 


 

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