FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 – When is qatar world cup 2022?

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FIFA World Cup 2022 with the host team Qatar is strictly monitored by the World Anti-Doping Agency. It is considered a world-class intellectual sports game that lasts 90 minutes on the pitch and is divided into 2 extra periods, each of 15 minutes excluding injury time. Join PowerPacPlus.org to update specifically ‘When is Qatar world cup 2022?’.

What is FIFA WORLD CUP 2022? 

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This is a men’s football championship held every 4 years between the top teams in the World of FIFA member federations. Usually, it will be an official competition between 31 different teams and a team of the host country.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be held from November 18 to December 18, 2022 in the country of Qatar. This is the first World Cup to be held in the Arab World (Arab League) and also the second in Asia, following the 2022 tournament in Korea and Japan.

There are many allegations surrounding the fact that Qatar is the country that won the right to host the World Cup, from corruption issues, bidding package fraud to bribing senior leaders. However, the Qatari government tried to present evidence against the allegation and was still entitled to hold the tournament as scheduled.

You are allowed to bring in food and beverages for this competition, especially Seafood dishes as they are popular in this area. Alcoholic beverages, however, are not permitted within the stands.

What is the draw for the World Cup?

Draw as a form of division of competition between teams to ensure absolute fairness, teams with the same number of votes will face off and knock out.

After the knockout matches are played, the results obtained by the teams that will participate in the official kick are as follows:

  • Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal and Netherlands
  • Group B: UK, Iran, USA and Wales
  • Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Poland
  • Group D: Pháp, Australia, Denmark and Tunisia
  • Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany and Japan
  • Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco and Croatia
  • Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon
  • Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay and Korean

You may attend the 2022 World Cup with confidence because it will be hosted in Qatar and is quite safe, regardless of whether you are traveling or attending on business.

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What is the format and schedule of the World Cup 2022?

There will be 4 matches in the group stage every day and lasts for 12 consecutive days and the teams that pass this round will advance to the round of 16.

Unlike Euro 2020 because in this tournament there will be a play-off match in December 17, this is also an opportunity to honor the team that won the bronze medal.

Keep to the timetable, and perhaps you’ll get to watch the players arrive at the stadium in supercars, especially automobiles like GCM and Chevrolet.

Group stage – World Cup 2022

Monday, November 21

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group AGroup B
at 10 amAl ThumamaSenegal vs Netherlands
at 1 pm Khalifa InternationalEngland vs Iran
at 4 pmAl Bayt Qatar vs Ecuador
at 7 pmAhmed bin AliUSA vs Wales

Tuesday, November 22

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group CGroup D
at 10amLusail IconicArgentina vs Saudi Arabia
at 1 pm Education City Denmark vs Tunisia
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaMexico vs Poland
at 7 pmAl JanoubFrance vs Australia

Wednesday, November 23

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group EGroup F
at 10 amAl Bayt Morocco vs Croatia
at 1 pm Khalifa InternationalGermany vs Japan
at 4 pmAl ThumamaSpain vs Costa Rica
at 7 pmAhmed bin AliBelgium vs Canada

Thursday, November 24

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group GGroup H
at 10amAl JanoubSwitzerland vs Cameroon
at 1 pm Education CityUruguay vs South Korea
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaPortugal vs Ghana
at 7 pmLusail IconicBrazil vs Serbia

Friday, November 25

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group AGroup B
at 10 amAhmed bin AliWales vs Iran
at 1 pm Al Thumama Qatar vs Senegal
at 4 pmKhalifa InternationaNetherlands vs Ecuador 
at 7 pmAl BaytEngland vs USA

Saturday, November 26

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group CGroup D
at 10 amAl JanoubTunisia vs Australia 
at 1 pm Education CityPoland vs Saudi Arabia
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaFrance vs Denmark
at  7 pmLusail IconicArgentina vs Mexico

Sunday, November 27

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group EGroup F
at 10 amAhmed bin AliJapan vs Costa Rica
at 1 pm Al ThumamaBelgium vs Morocco
at 4 pmKhalifa InternationalCroatia vs Canada
at 7 pmAl BaytSpain vs Germany

Monday, November 28

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group GGroup H
at 10 amAl JanoubCameroon vs Serbia
at 1 pm Education CitySouth Korea vs Ghana
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaBrazil vs Switzerland
at  7 pmPortugal vs UruguayPortugal vs Urugua

Tuesday, November 29

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group AGroup B
at 10 amAl Bayt Netherlands vs Qatar
at 1 pm Khalifa InternationalEcuador vs Senegal 
at 4 pmAhmed bin AliWales vs England
at 7 pmAl ThumamaIran vs USA

Wednesday, November 30

Tuesday, November 22

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group CGroup D
at 10 amAl JanoubAustralia vs Denmark 
at 1 pm Education CityTunisia vs France 
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaPoland vs Argentina
at 7 pmLusail IconicSaudi Arabia vs Mexico

Thursday, December 1

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group EGroup F
at 10 amAhmed bin AliCroatia vs Belgium
at 1 pm Al ThumamaCanada vs Morocco 
at 4 pmAl Bayt Costa Rica vs Germany
at 7 pmKhalifa InternationalJapan vs Spain

Friday, December 2

Time (kick-off)Venue (Stadium)Group GGroup H
at 10 amEducation City South Korea vs Portugal
at 1 pm Al JanoubGhana vs Uruguay
at 4 pmStadium 974, DohaSerbia vs Switzerland
at  7 pmLusail Iconic StadiumCameroon vs Brazil

Round of 16 in Qatar

Saturday, December 3

49 – Winners of Group A vs Runners-up of Group B (at Khalifa International Stadium; kick-off 3 pm)

50 – Winners of Group C vs Runners-up of Group D ( at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium; kick-off 7 pm)

Sunday, December 4

52 – Winners of Group D vs Runners-up of Group C ( at Al Thumama Stadium; kick-off 3 pm)

51 – Winners of Group B vs Runners-up of Group A ( at Al Bayt Stadium; kick-off 7 pm)

Monday, December 5

53 – Winners of Group E vs Runners-up of Group F (at Al Janoub Stadium; kick-off 3 pm)

54 – Winners of Group G vs Runners-up of Group H ( at Stadium 974; kick-off 7 pm)

Tuesday, December 6

55 – Winners of Group F vs Runners-up of Group E (at Education City Stadium; kick-off 3 pm)

56 – Winners of Group H vs Runners-up of Group G ( at Lusail Iconic Stadium; kick-off 7 pm)

Quarter-final

Friday, December 9

58 – Winners of 53 vs Winners of 54 (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; kick-off 3 pm)

57 – Winners of 49 vs. Winners of 50 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail; 3 pm)

Saturday, December 10

60 – Winners of 55 vs Winners of 56 (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; kick-off 3 pm)

59 – Winners of 51 vs Winners of 52 (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; kick-off 7 pm)

Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13

61 – Winners of 57 vs Winners of 58 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail; kick-off 7 pm)

Wednesday, December 14

62 – Winners of 59 vs. Winners of 60 (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; kick-off 7 pm)

Saturday, December 17

63 – Third place play-off (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; kick-off 3 pm)

Final

Sunday, December 18

64 – The World Cup final (Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail; kick-off 3 pm)

What time do football matches start?

FIFA has confirmed the specific time: the first two matches will start at 1 pm, 4 pm, 7 pm and 10 pm local time (10 am, 1 pm, 4 pm) and 7 pm in the UK).

Kick-off times for the final group stage match and knockout matches will be at 6 pm and 10 pm local time (3 pm and 7 pm UK time).

The final is scheduled to start at 6pm local time (3 pm UK time).

What are the match venues?

the stadium to host the world cup in qatar in 2022

Group stage matches are already scheduled and will take place in 8 main stadiums in Qatar Peninsula: Al Bayt Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Stadium Lusail, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Education City Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium.

Don’t miss a match, maybe you will have the opportunity to see the players when Making friends in Qatar – people are inherently difficult to make friends with.

Participation in the FIFA WORLD CUP requires players to be 16 years old and there is no limit for those who are of age to participate.

The World Cup stadiums in Qatar are anticipated to sell alcoholic beverages, but supporters could only be permitted to carry non-alcoholic beverages into their seats.

There has not been any official announcement about banning LGBT from participating in the tournament. However, the FIFA Organizing Committee still plans to check the gender of players.

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