FIFA World Cup Qatar will have the 2022 World Cup from November 21 to December 18, 2022. It will be the initial time the world’s most lofty football title happens in the Middle East, and it will likewise be the most packed world cup title ever, with fans expected to watch up to two live matches each day. All of Qatar’s FIFA World Cup stadiums are within an hour’s driving distance of one another. Fans might begin their day in the south, cheering for their favorite team at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah City in the afternoon, and then travel north later that day for the evening match at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor City.

Fans can come to matches by metro, vehicle, rail, bike, or even water taxi, making use of modern transportation infrastructure that will contribute to making the FIFA World Cup 2022 the first carbon-neutral event ever. All lodging options, from cheap hotels to luxury hotels, will be within easy walking distance of the tournament venues.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums

After the finals draw, matches may be doled out to explicit settings so coordinators might decide the best start up times for TV crowds in various nations as well as allies in Qatar. The occasion will be held in eight arenas across five urban areas in Qatar:

  • Khalifa International
  • Al Bayt Stadium – Al Khor City
  • Al Janoub
  • The Al Rayyan
  • Education City
  • Al Thumama
  • Ras Abu Aboud
  • Lusail

FIFA World Cup 2022 Format and schedule

In 2022, the FIFA World Cup will feature thirty-two teams divided into eight four-group tournaments. Four matches will be contested every day for 12 days during the gathering round, with the champions and other players proceeding to the round of 16. After qualifying through territorial matches, 31 different countries, including the host country Qatar, will compete in the event. The number of countries that will qualify in each category has been determined in advance:

  • 5 (CAF): Africa
  • 4 – plus 1 playoff qualifier (AFC): Asia
  • 13 (UEFA): Europe
  • 3 – plus 1 playoff qualifier (CONCACAF): North/Central America & Caribbean
  • 1 playoff qualifier (OFC): Oceania
  • 4 – plus 1 playoff qualifier (CONMEBOL): South America

Two worldwide sequence finality challenges in June 2022, together with the certain USA out of each and everyone over four uninterrupted locales: Asia against South America yet the North United States of America vs Oceania, might not totally figure out the leftover twin’s qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup football.

The Asia vs. South America: In June, Australia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the two Asian third-place teams, will fight for the privilege to face Peru (5th in South America).

North America vs. Oceania: Costa Rica (4th in North America) will meet New Zealand for the other World Cup ticket (Oceania winner). Costa Rica is ranked number 31 in the world, whereas New Zealand is ranked number 101.

List of 32 Qualified Teams for FIFA World Cup 2022

TeamQualifeid asTeamQualifeid as
QatarHost nationSaudi ArabiaAFC Third Round Group B winners
GermanyUEFA Group J winnersEcuadorCONMEBOL fourth place
Denmark UEFA Group F winnersUruguayCONMEBOL third place
BrazilCONMEBOL winnersCanadaCONCACAF Third Round winners
FranceUEFA Group D winnersGhanaCAF Third Round winner
BelgiumUEFA Group E winnersSenegalCAF Third Round winner
CroatiaUEFA Group H winnersPortugalUEFA Second Round winner
SpainUEFA Group B winnersPolandUEFA Second Round winner
SerbiaUEFA Group A winnersTunisiaCAF Third Round winner
EnglandUEFA Group I winnersMoroccoCAF Third Round winner
SwitzerlandUEFA Group C winnersCameroonCAF Third Round winner
NetherlandsUEFA Group G winnersUSACONCACAF Third Round third place
ArgentinaCONMEBOL runners-upMexicoCONCACAF Third Round runners-up
IranAFC Third Round Group A winnersSouth KoreaAFC Third Round Group A runners-up
JapanAFC Third Round Group B runners-upWales vs.
Scotland or
Costa Rica vs.
New Zealand
Australia or
UAE vs. Peru

FIFA World Cup 2022 Fixtures

There are plenty of intriguing matchups in the other groups, and we’ve selected a few of the most important matches from the first round for you to mark on your calendars. Here are some of the games to keep an eye on, in chronological order:

21 November – Senegal vs Netherlands

The World Cup begins off on June 14 with hosts Qatar taking on Ecuador, but it’s Group A’s other game on November 21 that has everyone’s attention.

23 November – Belgium vs Canada

Belgium is a world-class side that is now rated second in the FIFA World Rankings, but it has failed to win a trophy as its much-heralded ‘golden generation’ ages.

26 November – France vs Denmark

They begin with a match against the winner of the intercontinental play-off between Peru and Australia or the United Arab Emirates, but Denmark may prove to be their hardest Group D opponents.

26 November – Argentina vs Mexico

The Latin American rivalry between Argentina and Mexico, which is the key gathering stage encounter between two groups currently ranked in the top ten of the FIFA World Rankings, could decide who wins Group C without much of a stretch.

27 November – Spain vs Germany

Two European heavyweights who have just undergone significant renovations will face off in a mouth-watering Group E showdown on November 27. The World Cup will serve as a barometer of how far the two countries have come in restoring their former dominance.

29 November – Iran vs United States

Iran and the United States have only met twice in men’s football history. The first of these meetings took place at the 1998 World Cup, with a beautifully planned pre-game ceremony that included Iranian players handing out white roses to American players as a message of peace before Iran won 2-1 for the first time in a World Cup Finals.

2 December – Ghana vs Uruguay

Another gathering stage experience with a prominent World Cup history, Ghana and Uruguay, have just met once, yet a match will live in ignominy. The groups were ready 1-1 as additional time lingered in the 2010 World Cup quarter-finals, and Dominic Adiyiah’s header was setting out toward the objective, just for Uruguay striker Luis Suarez to capture the shot with his hands.