Belgium football match schedule 2022 World Cup qualifiers 

Belgium football match schedule 2022 World Cup qualifiers 

Belgium’s all-time World Cup fixtures

Overall, the Belgian national football team has had a great time in the old leagues.

In fact, the Belgian seed always goes deep into the inner rounds and often competes for the championship.

Belgium was the fear of many strong teams in the world once and almost so today, even though they currently have no players on the list: Top 10 Professional Athletes In FIFA World Cup 2022

Take a look at the Belgian team’s standings in history:

Year1st Place2nd Place3rd Place4th Place
2018Belgium EnglandTunisia Panama
2014BelgiumAlgeriaRussiaSouth Korea
2002JapanBelgiumRussiaTunisia
1998NetherlandsMexicoBelgiumSouth Korea
1994NetherlandsSaudi ArabiaBelgiumMorocco
1990SpainBelgiumUruguaySouth Korea
1986MexicoParaguayBelgiumIraq
1982BelgiumArgentinaHungaryEl Salvador
1970USSRMexicoBelgiumEl Salvador
1954EnglandSwitzerlandItalyBelgium
1930USAParaguay Belgiumn/a

Evaluation of the Belgian team in the World Cup 2022

Belgium tied with Croatia, Canada and Morocco in Group F for the 2022 World Cup, putting them in a group where they feel confident about reaching the knockout stages in Qatar.

Croatia will be the main threat among all three opponents, having secured the right to qualify for the tournament finals in 2018.

Canada will also provide some strong opponents, with John Herdman’s men comfortably at the top of the CONCACAF qualifiers while possessing stars such as Bayern Munich’s Alfonso Davies and Lille striker Jonathan David.

Morocco sits last in the group and is looking to build on its strong performance in the Africa Cup of Nations, reaching the quarter-finals before losing narrowly to Egypt.

More information about World Cup 2022: List Of 32 Teams Participating In The FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Final In Qatar

Belgium World Cup 2022 draw group F

See more: Group F Draw For FIFA World Cup 2022: Belgium, Croatia, Canada, Morocco For Match Schedule 

In this Group F, Belgium is predicted to be the strongest team and is likely to pass this group to advance to the next round.

According to the football history of this team, they have never lost any match against the remaining 3 teams: Croatia or Canada and Morocco.

Occupying the defensive advantage as well as counter-attacking will help them quickly go deep into the inner circle to meet the remaining teams in FIFA WORLD CUP 2022.

Belgium football match schedule 2022 World Cup 

DateMatchTime (ET)Stadium
Wed, Nov. 23Belgium vs. Canada2 p.m.Ahmad Bin Ali
Sun, Nov. 27Belgium vs. Morocco8 a.m.Al Thumama
Thurs, Dec. 1Croatia vs. Belgium10 a.m.Ahmad Bin Ali

Who is Belgium’s best soccer player?

Belgium has some of the best players in recent years in Europe, with Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne just some of the names that have proven their quality at this level. Excellence!!!

Breaking the World Cup League:

Group A | Group B | Group C | Group D

Group E | Group F | Group G | Group H

The Red Devils also have a group of rising young stars who could turn out to be important players in the long term. Jeremy Duques is an outstanding player, while Albert Sambi Lukonga is coaching in the Premier League at Arsenal.

  • Stars: Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Thibaut Courtois.
  • Must-Watch Players: Jeremy Duques, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Jerry Verchatrain
  • Number of players in WCQ: 41
  • Players in the top 5 in Europe (% of total WCQ): 78%

Who is the coach of the Belgian team? Is Roberto Martinez good?

  • Người quản lý (Quốc tịch): Roberto Martinez (Tây Ban Nha)
  • Ngày thuê: ngày 3 tháng 8 năm 2016
  • Kỷ lục là người quản lý đội tuyển quốc gia (WLD): 52-7-11
  • Các danh hiệu lớn kể từ khi cho thuê:  Hạng 3 World Cup 2016
  • Các trận thắng đáng chú ý:  2-1 trước Brazil, 2-0 trước Anh, 3-2 Nhật Bản (tất cả các kỳ World Cup 2018).

Roberto Martinez has been in charge of the Belgian national team since 2016  and has presided over 52 wins with the Red Devils. His flair for free-range attacking football has earned him a lot of credibilities, cementing his team’s reputation as one of the most feared teams in international football.

Coach Martinez has made great contributions during the five years leading the Belgian national team, making this a true team, not a collection of stars and no alignment.

He led Belgium to become the top team in the FIFA football rankings and third in the 2018 World Cup.

In addition to being the head coach, Mr. Martinez is also the technical director of the Belgian Football Federation.

Previously, Mr. Martinez had indicated that Euro 2020 would be his last international tournament.

However, the postponement of the European Nations Cup from 2020 to 2021 made him change his mind and extend his contract with the Belgian Football Association until the end of the 2022 World Cup.

However, with Belgium only reaching the Euro 2020 quarter-finals, it is unclear whether Mr. Martinez will continue his contract.

The most popular is Jeremy Duques. The 19-year-old Belgian winger was so impressive at Euro 2020, leading many to believe that he will be a mainstay for the Belgian team in the future.

If he cannot accompany Belgium to Qatar in 2022, Mr. Martinez still has a reason to be proud of his achievements and contributions to his students and the Belgian nation.

Belgium starting line-up

Belgium is known for its exciting football scene, which has made it one of the most watched teams in the world in recent years.

NamePositionAgeClubApps/Goals
Thibaut CourtoisGK30Real Madrid94/0
Matz SelsGK30Strasbourg2/0
Simon MignoletGK34Club Brugge32/0
Koen CasteelsGK30Wolfsburg3/0
Toby AlderweireldCB33Al-Duhail118/5
Arthur TheateCB22Bologna2/0
Jason DenayerCB27Lyon35/1
Dedryck BoyataCB31Hertha Berlin29/0
Jan VertonghenCB35Benfica136/9
Zinho VanhuesdenCB23Genoa1/0
Thomas MeunierRB30Borussia Dortmund54/8
Thomas FoketRB27Reims7/1
Timothy CastagneRB/LB26Leicester City21/2
Brandon MecheleCB29Club Brugge3/0
Axel WitselCM33Borussia Dortmund120/11
Kevin De BruyneCM31Manchester City88/23
Hans VanakenCM/CAM29Anderlecht19/5
Youri TielemansCM25Leicester City49/4
Thorgan HazardLW29Borussia Dortmund42/9
Yari VerschaerenCAM21Anderlecht7/1
Dante VanzeirRW24Union SG1/0
Adnan JanuzajRW27Real Sociedad15/1
Dennis PraetCM28Torino14/2
Leander DendonckerCM27Wolves26/0
Alexis SaelemaekersRW23AC Milan9/1
Nacer ChadliLW33İstanbul Basaksehir66/8
Albert Sambi LokongaCM23Arsenal1/0
Dodi LukebakioRW24Wolfsburg4/0
Leandro TrossardLW27Brighton14/2
Romelu LukakuST29Chelsea101/68
Eden HazardLW31Real Madrid116/33
Yannick CarrascoLW/LWB28Atletico Madrid54/8
Dries MertensST/LW35Napoli103/21
Divock OrigiST27Liverpool32/3
Charles De KetelaereCAM21Club Brugge8/1
Christian BentekeST31Crystal Palace45/18
Jeremy DokuRW20Rennes10/2
Michy BatshuayiST28Besiktas41/23

Regular start XI (X: 3-4-3):

Courtois (GK) – Alderweireld, Denayer, Vertonghen – Castagne, Witsel, De Bruyne, Carrasco – T. Hazard, E. Hazard, Lukaku.

Energy

  • attack quality
  • A group of experienced players
  • Known for controlling property

Weak points

  • Lack of world-class alternatives in key positions
  • Eden Hazard misses playing at Real Madrid
  • Lack of Silver in the Era of the “Golden Generation”
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