FIFA World Cup 2022 – Everything You Need To Know

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2022 FIFA World Cup is the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup. FIFA World Cup is the international men’s football tournament. FIFA WC 2022 will be held in Qatar. This is the second time that the FIFA World Cup will be held in Asia and it is the first time that will be held in Muslim-majority countries.

FIFA on Thursday began unveiling its plans for a sprawling, three-nation men’s World Cup in 2026 by announcing the host cities for soccer’s biggest-ever championship. The tournament, to be hosted jointly by the United States, Mexico, and Canada, will be the first to have 48 teams, an increase from the current 32, and take place in cities throughout North America.

“This part of the world doesn’t realize what will happen here in 2026,” FIFA President Gianni Infantino said at a news conference in Manhattan following the televised announcement.

We have seen many astonishing results, Upsets, and a minutes ago objectives in this world cup 2022. Take a gander at the Some of the unexpected outcomes and upsets of this 22nd version of the football world cup.

FIFA Soccer WC 2022

Host Country – Qatar

Starting Date – 21 November 2022

Ending Date – 18 December 2022

Venue – 8

Team – 32

Matches –

Official Website: FIFA World Cup 2022

A Huge Excitement about the Fifa World cup is going on the football fans as it comes close.

We have seen many astonishing results, Upsets, and a minutes ago objectives in this world cup 2022. Take a gander at the Some of the unexpected outcomes and upsets of this 22nd version of the football world cup.

FIFA WC 2022 Qualified Team

  • Qatar – Host nation

  • Group A – Qatar, Senegal, Ecuador, Netherlands
  • Group B – England, Iran, United States,
  • Group C – Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
  • Group D – France, Denmark, Tunisia,
  • Group E – Spain, Germany, Japan,
  • Group F – Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
  • Group G – Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
  • Group H – Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

Here is the full schedule of FIFA World Cup 2022. FIFA World Cup 2022 final draw is scheduled to take place in April 2022.

GROUP STAGE

Monday, Nov. 21
Group A: Senegal vs. Netherlands (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 1 p.m.)
Group B: England vs. Iran (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group A: Qatar vs. Ecuador (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 7 p.m.)
Group B: United States vs. Wales or Scotland / Ukraine (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 10 p.m.)

Tuesday, Nov. 22
Group C: Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia (Lusail Stadium, Lusail; 1 p.m.)
Group D: Denmark vs. Tunisia (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group C: Mexico vs. Poland (Stadium 974, Doha; 7 p.m.)
Group D: France vs. Peru or Australia / United Arab Emirates (Al Janoub Stadium; 10 p.m.)

Wednesday, Nov. 23
Group F: Morocco vs. Croatia (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 1 p.m.)
Group E: Germany vs. Japan (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group E: Spain vs. Costa Rica or New Zealand (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 7 p.m.)
Group F: Belgium vs. Canada (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 10 p.m.)

Thursday, Nov. 24
Group G: Switzerland vs. Cameroon (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakra; 1 p.m.)
Group H: Uruguay vs. South Korea (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group H: Portugal vs. Ghana (Stadium 974, Doha; 7 p.m.)
Group G: Brazil vs. Serbia (Lusail Stadium, Lusail; 10 p.m.)

Friday, Nov. 25
Group B: Wales or Scotland / Ukraine vs. Iran (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 1 p.m.)
Group A: Qatar vs. Senegal (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 4 p.m.)
Group A: Netherlands vs. Ecuador (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 7 p.m.)
Group B: England vs. the United States (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 10 p.m.)

Saturday, Nov. 26
Group D: Tunisia vs. Peru or Australia / United Arab Emirates (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakra; 1 p.m.)
Group C: Poland vs. Saudi Arabia (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group C: Argentina vs. Mexico (Lusail Stadium, Lusail; 10 p.m.)
Group D: France vs. Denmark (Stadium 974, Doha; 7 p.m.)

Sunday, Nov. 27
Group E: Japan vs. Costa Rica or New Zealand (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 1 p.m.)
Group F: Belgium vs. Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 4 p.m.)
Group F: Croatia vs. Canada (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 7 p.m.)
Group E: Spain vs. Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 10 p.m.)

Monday, Nov. 28
Group G: Cameroon vs. Serbia (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakra; 1 p.m.)
Group H: South Korea vs. Ghana (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 4 p.m.)
Group G: Brazil vs. Switzerland (Stadium 974, Doha; 7 p.m.)
Group H: Portugal vs. Uruguay (Lusail Stadium, Lusail; 10 p.m.)

Tuesday, Nov. 29
Group A: Netherlands vs. Qatar (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 6 p.m.)
Group A: Ecuador vs. Senegal (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 6 p.m.)
Group B: Wales or Scotland / Ukraine vs. England (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 10 p.m.)
Group B: Iran vs. United States (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 10 p.m.)

Wednesday, Nov. 30
Group D: Tunisia vs. France (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 6 p.m.)
Group D: Peru or Australia / United Arab Emirates vs. Denmark (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakra; 6 p.m.)
Group C: Poland vs. Argentina (Stadium 974, Doha; 10 p.m.)
Group C: Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico (Lusail Stadium, Lusail; 10 p.m.)

Thursday, Dec. 1
Group F: Croatia vs. Belgium (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 6 p.m.)
Group F: Canada vs. Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 6 p.m.)
Group E: Japan vs. Spain (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 10 p.m.)
Group E: Costa Rica or New Zealand vs. Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 10 p.m.)

Friday, Dec. 2
Group H: South Korea vs. Portugal (Education City Stadium; 6 p.m.)
Group H: Ghana vs. Uruguay (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakra; 6 p.m.)
Group G: Cameroon vs. Brazil (Lusail Stadium; 10 p.m.)
Group G: Serbia vs. Switzerland (Stadium 974, Doha; 10 p.m.)

BRACKET – ROUND OF 16

Saturday, Dec. 3
49 – Winners of Group A vs. Runners-up of Group B (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan; 6 p.m.)
50 – Winners of Group C vs. Runners-up of Group D (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan; 10 p.m.)

Sunday, Dec. 4
52 – Winners of Group D vs. Runners-up of Group C (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha; 6 p.m.)
51 – Winners of Group B vs. Runners-up of Group A (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor; 10 p.m.)

Monday, Dec. 5
53 – Winners of Group E vs. Runners-up of Group F (Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah; 6 p.m.)
54 – Winners of Group G vs. Runners-up of Group H (Stadium 974, Doha; 10 p.m.)

Tuesday, Dec. 6
55 – Winners of Group F vs. Runners-up of Group E (Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan; 6 p.m.)
56 – Winners of Group H vs. Runners-up of Group G (Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail; 10 p.m.)

Match Date Fixtures Time Venue
1 November 21 A1 vs A2 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
3 November 21 A3 vs A4 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
2 November 21 B1 vs B2 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
4 November 22 B3 vs B4 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
8 November 23 C1 vs C2 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
7 November 22 C3 vs C4 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
6 November 22 D1 vs D2 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
5 November 22 D3 vs D4 3:30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
12 November 23 E1 vs E2 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
11 November 23 E3 vs E4 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
10 November 23 F1 vs F2 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
9 November 24 F3 vs F4 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
16 November 25 G1 vs G2 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
15 November 24 G3 vs G4 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
14 November 24 H1 vs H2 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
13 November 24 H3 vs H4 3.30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
20 November 25 B1 vs B3 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
19 November 25 B4 vs B2 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
18 November 25 A1 vs A3 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
17 November 26 A4 vs A2 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
24 November 27 D1 vs D3 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
23 November 26 D4 vs D2 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
22 November 26 C1 vs C3 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
21 November 26 C4 vs C2 3.30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
28 November 27 F1 vs F3 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
27 November 27 F4 vs F2 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
26 November 27 E1 vs E3 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
25 November 28 E4 vs E2 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
32 November 29 H1 vs H3 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
31 November 28 H4 vs H2 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
30 November 28 G1 vs G3 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
29 November 28 G4 vs G2 3.30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
36 November 29 A4 vs A1 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
35 November 29 A2 vs A3 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
34 November 29 B4 vs B1 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
33 November 30 B2 vs B3 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
40 December 1 C4 vs C1 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
39 November 30 C2 vs C3 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
38 November 30 D4 vs D1 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
37 November 30 D2 vs D3 3.30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
44 December 1 E4 vs E1 3.30 pm Al Bayat Stadium
43 December 1 E2 vs E3 9:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
42 December 1 F4 vs F1 6:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
41 December 2 F2 vs F3 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
48 December 3 G4 vs G1 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
47 December 2 G2 vs G3 9:30 pm Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
46 December 2 H4 vs H1 6:30 pm Education City Stadium
45 December 2 H2 vs H3 3.30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
ROUND-OF-16
49 December 3 1A vs 2B 8:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
50 December 4 1C vs 2D 00:30 am Al Rayyan Stadium
51 December 5 1B vs 2A 00:30 am Al Bayat Stadium
52 December 4 1D vs 2C 8:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
54 December 6 1G vs 2H 00:30 am Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
53 December 5 1E vs 2F 8:30 pm Al Janoub Stadium
56 December 7 1H vs 2G 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
55 December 6 1F vs 2E 8:30 pm Education City Stadium
QUARTERFINALS
57 December 10 W49 vs W50 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
58 December 9 W53 vs W54 8:30 pm Education City Stadium
59 December 11 W51 vs W52 00:30 am Al Bayat Stadium
60 December 10 W55 vs W56 8:30 pm Al Thumama Stadium
SEMIFINALS
61 December 14 W57 vs W58 00:30 am Lusail Stadium
62 December 15 W59 vs W60 00:30 am Al Bayat Stadium
THIRD PLACE MATCH
63 December 17 L61 vs L62 8:30 pm Khalifa International Stadium
FINAL
64 December 18 W61 vs W62 8:30 pm Lusail Stadium

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC (Q22) – the operational arm of FIFA and the Host Country for the delivery of the tournament – has achieved ISO 20121 certification, the international standard that sets requirements for developing and implementing an effective management system to deliver a sustainable event. The certification was granted after an extensive audit process that was initiated during the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021™ – which was held exactly a year before the first FIFA World Cup™ in the Middle East and the Arab world.

Nasser Al Khater, CEO, Q22, said: “Sustainability has been at the heart of Qatar 2022 from the start, and the independent recognition of the delivery of best practices reflects our enduring commitment to it. Among the many legacies of this tournament, sustainability is a critical element of planning and preparation that teams across Q22, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, and FIFA have been focused on, and I hope future tournament organizers will look to us as a model for hosting a mega-event.”

José Retana, Sustainability Senior Manager, Q22, said: “We are proud to become the first FIFA World Cup in history to obtain the ISO 20121 certification. This demonstrates that according to the evaluation by a third-party accredited entity, world-class management practices are being implemented to deliver an inclusive, green, and legacy-oriented event.”

“Only by embedding sustainability across all our operations, can we deliver a truly successful event that leaves a long-lasting, positive impact on fans, players, workforce, local communities and partners. That’s what robust sustainability management does. This certification is testimony to the sustainability efforts of everyone in our organization,” he added.

SGS carried out an extensive audit process. It is a world-leading testing, inspection and certification company that has a wealth of experience in certifying mega-sport event organizers against ISO 20121 requirements, including the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the French Open tennis tournament.

Sustainability management mechanisms assessed during the FIFA Arab Cup™ audit included:

– Accessibility infrastructure and services for disabled fans, including seating, mobility assistance, and innovative features such as audio descriptive commentary

– Waste minimization and recycling, including staff training, segregation, and awareness-raising activities carried out with the support of sustainability volunteers

– Sustainable procurement of items required for the delivery of the tournament, including uniforms made from recycled plastics and the use of compostable food packaging

– Social and environmental audits to ensure supplier compliance with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Sustainable Sourcing Code

– Incident reporting and resolution during tournament time, including governance arrangements and gathering of lessons learned

Chris Meakin, General Manager of SGS Qatar, said: “The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has effectively applied and demonstrated best practices under the framework of the Event Sustainability Management System (ISO 20121) to manage the event successfully. They have met the set benchmarks for global sustainable development and to control the event’s social, economic, and environmental impact.”

The sustainability management system is a specific management mechanism and approach through which the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ formulates sustainability policies, implements sustainability measures, achieves sustainability objectives, and incorporates sustainability into the whole lifecycle of the tournament.

The joint FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Sustainability Strategy is the foundation of the tournament’s sustainability management system. A comprehensive set of mechanisms have been implemented to ensure successful delivery against the expectations of stakeholders and the strategy’s objectives. The ISO certification covers tournament operations across all official venues and measures the effectiveness of the management system from the planning stage to tournament delivery.

The ISO 20121 achievement has allowed organizers to successfully deliver the target assigned to address the topic of transparency and accountability, which was identified as an important issue during the development of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Sustainability Strategy. Please visit the sustainability targets page for further information.

To learn more, read the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Sustainability Progress Report, which details how tournament organizers are delivering against the overall strategy and its targets.

Gianni Infantino responded: “FIFA is delighted to support the development of the Qatar Stars League, as part of FIFA‘s vision to make football truly global and create a more competitive and sustainable global eco-system, where more clubs, leagues, and players from all around the world can compete at the highest level.

Therefore, FIFA stands ready to support the Qatar Stars League in its ground-breaking and exciting development and transformation plan, and we are looking forward to playing our part in helping talented individuals and progressive clubs to achieve their goals and bring Qatar football to the next level on and off the pitch.”

The Memorandum of Understanding reinforces the importance of setting new standards of off-field club performance and supporting professional club development.

Those criteria s will be captured in a Club Participation Agreement (CPA), to be signed by QSL clubs prior to the 2022/23 season, which will cover six core areas of club business: club governance and management, football, matchday operations, revenue generation, marketing, and community. All clubs will be required to build strong internal management teams and to implement budgeted plans in the six areas.

Clubs failing to comply with the CPA will receive sanctions from the 2023/24 season onwards. FIFA, as QSL partners, will support the QSL and their clubs by providing bespoke assistance, running workshops in multiple business areas, and ensuring the smooth transfer of knowledge from leading international leagues.

Club executives will be given access to wider FIFA educational courses and resources. FIFA will also be involved in the collection and analysis of club data.