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World Cup 2022: Qatar confirms beer U-turn as countdown to kick-off continues – live
Wales have just started today’s training session, in apparently slightly cooler weather than yesterday (a mere 31c), shortly after 4pm local time. All 26 players are out there – including Joe Allen who is on his own programme to turbo-charge his recovery from a hamstring injury – and a phalanx of photographers training their lenses solely, predictably, tediously on Gareth Bale. Aaron Ramsey is sporting a peroxide blond Barnet as per 2016.

There’s plenty of things Twitter seems struggling to cope with at the moment – such as treating employees with a modicum of decency – and its recent turmoil could mean the platform will struggle to cope with World Cup-related abuse, Kick it Out has warned. Sanjay Bhandari, the anti-racism campaign’s chair, said: “I am deeply concerned that the reduction in the trust and safety team and the departure of the leader of that team will be taken as a bright green light for hate … I fear that industrial-scale levels of hate during the World Cup will go unchecked by Twitter.”

The one good thing about hosting a tarnished World Cup in November and December, from a UK perspective, is that other football is still going on. And this weekend has plenty to entice: the WSL’s big game has Arsenal taking on Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, while Stamford Bridge hosts Chelsea v Tottenham on Sunday.

And there’s some tasty EFL action too, starting with Portsmouth v Derby tonight with Exeter v Ipswich and Burton v Plymouth among other big League One games. League Two’s game of the day pits fourth-placed in-form Bradford against third-placed Northampton while the leaders, Leyton Orient, visit Stockport.

Are you planning to watch more, or less, live football in the next month or will the World Cup tempt you back to the sofa?

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04/11/2022

FIFA urges World Cup participants to 'focus on the football' amid continued Qatar controversy

FIFA president Gianni Infantino and secretary general Fatma Samoura have written to World Cup teams asking them to "let football take centre stage".

FIFA wants football to be celebrated
Have urged football to be kept out of politics
Letter focuses on mutual respect and non-discrimination
WHAT HAPPENED? FIFA's top officials have urged participating teams in Qatar to "focus on football" and not to get involved "in every ideological or political battle that exists". The letter has further stressed the importance of mutual respect and non-discrimination, which are regarded as the core values of the sport.

WHAT THEY SAID: "Please, let’s now focus on the football! We know football does not live in a vacuum and we are equally aware that there are many challenges and difficulties of a political nature all around the world," FIFA President Infantino and Samoura wrote in their letter to the 32 teams.

"At FIFA, we try to respect all opinions and beliefs, without handing out moral lessons to the rest of the world. One of the great strengths of the world is indeed its very diversity, and if inclusion means anything, it means having respect for that diversity.

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“No one people or culture or nation is ‘better’ than any other. This principle is the very foundation stone of mutual respect and non-discrimination. And this is also one of the core values of football," they added.

THE BIGGER PICTURE: Qatar's treatment of its migrant workers has sparked controversy across the world. However, the country is still expecting at least 1.2 million international visitors during the World Cup. Three rounds of tickets sales have already been completed and FIFA have stated that they have sold more than 2.45 million tickets. # # # #

WHAT NEXT? The 2022 FIFA World Cup will kick off on November 20 with the final to be held on December 18.

17/09/2022

FIFA rejects Chile appeal over Ecuador's 2022 World Cup place
Chile has lost its appeal to FIFA to replace Ecuador at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the world football governing body announced on Friday.

FIFA dismissed Chile's argument that Ecuador player Byron Castillo was actually Colombian and ineligible to play in tournament qualifying, in which Castillo made eight appearances for Ecuador.

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FIFA said its appeal judges "deemed that on the basis of the documents presented, the player was to be considered as holding permanent Ecuadorian nationality in accordance" with football's legal statutes.

The verdict, which upholds a FIFA disciplinary ruling from June and will likely be taken to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), keeps Ecuador on track to play in Qatar -- they face the hosts in the opening game of the World Cup in Doha on Nov. 20. The Netherlands and Senegal are also in Group A.

However, Chile's legal challenge can continue.

The Chilean football federation has said it intends to appeal against FIFA's verdict to sport's highest court -- CAS in Lausanne, Switzerland -- which can organise an urgent hearing and ruling ahead of the World Cup.

"This is a dark day for football and for the credibility of the system," Jorge Yunge, general secretary of the Chilean Football Federation, said.

"The footballing world heard a player who helped Ecuador qualify for the FIFA World Cup admit he was born in Colombia and that he gained an Ecuadorian passport using false information. No wonder he refused to participate in the FIFA hearing. What does it say about [the] appeal committee that, confronted with all this, still they fail to act?

"Of course, we will refer this to the Court of Arbitration for Sport because the weight of evidence is clear, and we urge the appeal committee to deliver the grounds of the decision very quickly because there were enough unjustifiable delays and postponements in this case."

Chile claimed to have evidence proving Castillo is Colombian and should not have appeared for Ecuador.

Chile prepared its case after the World Cup draw was made on April 1, and after FIFA and Qatari organizers sold thousands of tickets and accommodation rooms to Ecuador fans.

"I have never seen in my entire life as a lawyer an injustice like this one," said Eduardo Carlezzo, lawyer for the Chilean Football Federation.

"There are a huge number of documents that, alone, prove without any reasonable doubt that the player was born in Colombia. In addition to that, everyone heard his confession, given during an official investigation carried by the own Ecuadorian Federation. Furthermore, the player joked with the system by not attending a hearing and nothing of that produced any effect. What else is needed?

"It clearly seems that anything we could be able to file would not be enough to validate the claim. Sad day for football and for the fair play. The message is clear: cheating is allowed. We will appeal to CAS."

Had Ecuador forfeited all eight games Castillo played, Chile would have risen to the fourth automatic qualification place in the South American qualifying group. Ecuador would have dropped out of contention.

FIFA's legal statutes include a section on national team eligibility when a state government has granted citizenship to players.

"Any person holding a permanent nationality that is not dependent on residence in a certain country is eligible to play for the representative teams of the association of that country," according to the statutes.

The appeal hearing on Thursday was held remotely from Zurich with only the three judges present. The chief judge overseeing the case was Neil Eggleston, an American who served as White House counsel in the second administration of Barack Obama.

The FIFA appeals committee rarely overturns a ruling by the football body's disciplinary committee.

Chile has filed complaints against an opponent's player in back-to-back World Cup qualifying tournaments.

In the 2018 World Cup qualifying group, Bolivia forfeited two games in which it fielded an ineligible player as a late substitute. FIFA received complaints from Chile and Peru regarding Bolivia defender Nelson Cabrera, who was born in Paraguay and had previously played for Paraguay's national team.

Bolivia lost an appeal at CAS, which said FIFA was right to investigate even when protests were filed weeks after the games were played.

That case ultimately harmed Chile. Three extra points awarded to Peru lifted it above Chile and into an intercontinental playoff that it won to advance to the 2018 tournament in Russia.

FIFA then wrote stricter rules for the 2022 World Cup requiring all players in qualifying games to produce a "valid permanent international passport" for inspection by match officials.

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FIFA confirms change to start date of 2022 Qatar World Cup
World Cup 2022: Fifa confirm new start date for tournament in Qatar
FIFA moves World Cup start forward by one day to November 20
2022 World Cup will kick off with opening ceremony followed by game between Ecuador and host Qatar in Al Bayt Stadium.

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FIFA moves World Cup start forward by one day to November 20

FIFA has moved the start of the upcoming World Cup in Qatar forward by one day to allow the host nation to play after an opening ceremony on Sunday, November 20.

The football governing body confirmed the decision on Thursday, saying that it followed an assessment of the “competition and operational implications” and consultations with stakeholders and the host nation.

“The change ensures the continuity of a long-standing tradition of marking the start of the FIFA World Cup with an opening ceremony on the occasion of the first match featuring either the hosts or the defending champions,” FIFA said in a statement.

The opening game was set to be an encounter between Senegal and the Netherlands on November 21. After Thursday’s decision, that match was moved to six hours later, taking the evening spot previously allocated to Qatar v Ecuador.
The opening ceremony and first game will take place at the 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of the Qatari capital Doha.

“The FIFA World Cup 2022 will kick off with an even greater celebration for local and international fans as host country Qatar will now play Ecuador on Sunday, 20 November at 19:00 (16:00 GMT) as part of a stand-alone event,” FIFA said.

This year’s edition brings the World Cup to the Arab World for the first time.

The 2022 World Cup is also the first in the tournament’s 92-year history to be played in November and December. The previous 21 editions were all played between late May and the end of July.

FIFA finalised a decision to play in the northern fall season in 2015 to avoid Qatar’s summer heat, despite opposition from most European football bodies that were irked by having to shut down their domestic leagues for several peak weeks.

The tournament’s final will take place on December 18, Qatar’s National Day.

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FIFA Names 16 Cities as Hosts for 2026 World Cup

Soccer’s showcase championship, the first edition with 48 teams, will visit 16 cities in the United States, Mexico and Canada.

FIFA lays out its blueprint for a sprawling 2026 World Cup.
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 after the televised announcement.

A New York-area World Cup final? A governor and a mayor are bidding.
As the largest city in the United States, the New York metropolitan area has long been viewed as a likely home for multiple games in the 2026 World Cup. But after hosting a semifinal in 1994, the last time World Cup matches were held in the United States, the area now has its eye on the tournament’s biggest prize: the final.

In a telephone interview on Wednesday, Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey said he and others supporting the New York/New Jersey region’s efforts to attract World Cup matches had a “high degree of confidence” that MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., would make the cut in Thursday’s announcement by FIFA, global soccer’s governing body and the organizer of the World Cup, which will trim a final list of 22 candidate cities down to the actual hosts.

08/08/2022

Celebrate and win tickets for Qatar 2022 World Cup opening match

Doha: As part of the 100-day countdown to World Cup 2022, Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) is offering fans a chance to win tickets to the Opening Match at Al Bayt Stadium.

"Fans in Qatar can join the celebrations from August 11-13 for the chance to win category 1 tickets to the Opening Match at Al Bayt Stadium – Qatar vs Ecuador," stated the SC.

Celebrations are being organised at various malls in the country which include fun games, shows and performances while also giving fans a chance to test their football skills.

Doha Festival City will have activities scheduled from August 11-13 from 1 pm to 10 pm, while Place Vendome will have them on the same days from noon to 10 pm. Meanwhile, Mall of Qatar will hold celebrations on August 12 and 13 from noon to 10 pm, which includes 100 Days To Go Grand Finale on the last day.

SC urged fans to celebrate by taking pictures and uploading them to social with the hashtag . It also added that participation is only available to residents of Qatar.

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Where will football teams stay, train at Qatar World Cup 2022? 🇶🇦🔥

“Players will have more time to train and rest during the competition while being able to experience the excitement that will take over the country at much closer quarters, as fellow players and passionate fans from all 32 nations will be gathering in a single area,” said Colin Smith, FIFA’s Chief Operating Officer – World Cup.

The tournament, to be played across eight stadiums, starts on November 21 with the final taking place on December 18.

FIFA said the accommodation ranges “from four and five-star hotels to villas, resorts and non-hotel accommodation, including sports academy residences and school/university housing”.

“As with all of our World Cup projects, legacy planning has been a key factor and many of the training sites renovated and built will benefit local clubs and communities long after the tournament has finished. The new hotels will also support Qatar’s growing tourism industry post-2022,” Nasser al-Khater, Qatar 2022 CEO, said.
Team bases:
Argentina: Qatar University
Australia: Aspire Academy
Belgium: Hilton Salwa Beach Resort
Brazil: The Westin Doha Hotel and Spa
Cameroon: Banyan Tree Doha
Canada: Century Premier Hotel Lusail
Costa Rica: dusitD2 Salwa
Croatia: Hilton Doha
Denmark: Retaj Salwa Resort
Ecuador: Hyatt Regency Oryx Doha
England: Souq Al Wakra Hotel
France: Al Messila
Germany: Zulal Wellness Resort
Ghana: Double Tree by Hilton Doha
Iran: Al Rayyan Hotel Doha Curio Collection by Hilton
Japan: Radisson Blu
Mexico: Simaisma
Morocco: Wyndham Doha West Bay
Poland: Ezdan Palace Hotel
Portugal: Al Samriya Autograph Collection Hotel
Qatar: Al Aziziyah Boutique Hotel
Saudi Arabia: Sealine Beach
Senegal: Duhail Handball Sports Hall
Serbia: Rixos Gulf Hotel Doha
Spain: Qatar University
South Korea: Le Meridien City Centre
Switzerland: Le Royal Meridien
Tunisia: Wyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach
Wales: Delta Hotels City Centre
Uruguay: Pullman Doha West Bay
USA: Marsa Malaz Kempinski

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Where will football teams stay, train at Qatar World Cup 2022?

Qatar World Cup 2022 will kick off on November 21 with the final taking place on December 18.

Three-quarters of the teams at the World Cup in Qatar this year will be based within a 10km (six miles) radius of each other, football’s world governing body has said while announcing the hotels and training venues for the 32 sides.

Unlike in previous tournaments, every team will stay in the same hotel and use the same training base throughout the tournament.

“Players will have more time to train and rest during the competition while being able to experience the excitement that will take over the country at much closer quarters, as fellow players and passionate fans from all 32 nations will be gathering in a single area,” said Colin Smith, FIFA’s Chief Operating Officer – World Cup.

The tournament, to be played across eight stadiums, starts on November 21 with the final taking place on December 18.

FIFA said the accommodation ranges “from four and five-star hotels to villas, resorts and non-hotel accommodation, including sports academy residences and school/university housing”.

“As with all of our World Cup projects, legacy planning has been a key factor and many of the training sites renovated and built will benefit local clubs and communities long after the tournament has finished. The new hotels will also support Qatar’s growing tourism industry post-2022,” Nasser al-Khater, Qatar 2022 CEO, said.

Team bases:
Argentina: Qatar University
Australia: Aspire Academy
Belgium: Hilton Salwa Beach Resort
Brazil: The Westin Doha Hotel and Spa
Cameroon: Banyan Tree Doha
Canada: Century Premier Hotel Lusail
Costa Rica: dusitD2 Salwa
Croatia: Hilton Doha
Denmark: Retaj Salwa Resort
Ecuador: Hyatt Regency Oryx Doha
England: Souq Al Wakra Hotel
France: Al Messila
Germany: Zulal Wellness Resort
Ghana: Double Tree by Hilton Doha
Iran: Al Rayyan Hotel Doha Curio Collection by Hilton
Japan: Radisson Blu
Mexico: Simaisma
Morocco: Wyndham Doha West Bay
Poland: Ezdan Palace Hotel
Portugal: Al Samriya Autograph Collection Hotel
Qatar: Al Aziziyah Boutique Hotel
Saudi Arabia: Sealine Beach
Senegal: Duhail Handball Sports Hall
Serbia: Rixos Gulf Hotel Doha
Spain: Qatar University
South Korea: Le Meridien City Centre
Switzerland: Le Royal Meridien
Tunisia: Wyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach
Wales: Delta Hotels City Centre
Uruguay: Pullman Doha West Bay
USA: Marsa Malaz Kempinski

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25/07/2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be the 22nd running of the FIFA World Cup competition, It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 Nov to 18 Dec 2022.

25/07/2022

Qatar 2022 | FIFA World Cup trophy: History, how it is done, materials, age and weight
One of the most popular trophies in sports is, undoubtedly, the one from the Men's FIFA World Cup. This award, to be given again at Qatar 2022, has a lot of history, so here are the details about how it is done, materials, age and weight.

It is time for 32 squads to seek the glory and become the absolut reigning champions in men's soccer. Qatar 2022 will be the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup, which has one of the most memorable trophies in sports. Here you will find all the information about how it was done, materials, age and weight of this award.

To win the Men's FIFA World Cup is such a challenge that only eight countries have done it: Brazil, France, Argentina, Italy, Germany, Uruguay, England and Spain. For this edition, Les Bleus will try to be the back-to-back champions, but it won't be an easy task for them as there are multiple candidates to rise the trophy.

Speaking of which, the trophy's design is focused on representing the effort that every single one of the players and coaching staff puts in to win it. In Qatar 2022 it won't be different and the champions will remember this huge achievement for the rest of their lives.

History of the first FIFA World Cup trophy
The Jules Rimmet Trophy was the first to ever exist in a FIFA World Cup. Initially, it was named "Victory", but in 1946 it was renamed to Jules Rimmet to honor the then FIFA president, who helped to create the tournament. It was designed Abel Lafleur, a very important French sculptor, and it was made of gold-plated sterling silver on a lapis lazuli base.

This statuette was stolen two times despite the security around it. After the 1970 World Cup, which Brazil won, the Canarinha received this trophy for perpetuity, as it was stablished first by Jules Rimet, as for the next edition it would change to the one that we know nowadays.

History of the new FIFA World Cup trophy
For 1974, a comission was published to build a new FIFA World Cup trophy. Between a total of 53 submissions, it was Silvio Gazzaniga the winner to design the award. "The lines spring out from the base, rising in spirals, stretching out to receive the world. From the remarkable dynamic tensions of the compact body of the sculpture rise the figures of two athletes at the stirring moment of victory", said Gazzaniga about his creation.

New FIFA World Cup Trophy: materials, height and weight
The new FIFA World Cup trophy is made of 13.61 pounds or 30,875 Carats of 18 karat gold, worth approximately US$282,141 in 2022. It is 14.4 inches tall with a base of 5.1 inches in diameter made of two layers of malachite. According to Periodic Videos, it is hollow, because if solid, it would weight between 150 and 180 pounds.

Winners of the FIFA World Cup by trophy
Jules Rimmet Trophy winners
Brazil (1958, 1962, 1970)
Uruguay (1930, 1950)
Italy (1934, 1938)
West Germany (1954)
England (1966)




New FIFA World Cup Trophy Winners
West Germany / Germany (1974, 1990, 2014)
Argentina (1978, 1986)
Italy (1982, 2006)
Brazil (1994, 2002)
France (1998, 2018)
Spain (2010)

19/07/2022

Germany Watch: Bayern Munich great Lothar Matthäus names top contenders for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Bayern Munich and Germany icon Lothar Matthäus has given his early predictions for the Qatar World Cup. In an interview with Goal, the former Die Mannschaft captain named Brazil and France among the frontrunners for the trophy, and is impressed with the strength in depth in Les Bleus’ roster.
“Brazil is one of the favorites,” said Loddar. “They have had a great qualifying campaign, losing points in only two games (draws). I think France is also a very good team as they have very good players, not only Mbappé. They have a team that can field at least three first XIs.”
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The 61-year old suggests England could be facing a mini-crisis in their goalkeeping position, although he has no doubt that Gareth Southgate’s men have the potential to make a deep run in the tournament. In addition, Matthäus sees Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal and the Finalissima champions Argentina as teams well-equipped to mount a challenge in Qatar.
“Then we have England with a lot of good players but they lost against Hungary but still, they are a very good team,” he remarked. “Maybe they have a problem with the goalkeeping department but they have great players in other positions. Spain, Portugal, Argentina are also favorites to win the World Cup.”
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As for Germany, Der Panzer applauded Hansi Flick for transforming an inconsistent team into one of the title contenders in the space of a year.
“Germany are a good team,” he added. “They crashed out in the group stages last time but I think they are one of the favorites this time around. Hansi Flick is doing a great job with the team.”

19/07/2022

FIFA World Cup history – Who has won the most World Cups?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is looming ever closer. In November, the top international teams from around the world will compete against each other to claim World Cup glory. It is set to be a fascinating tournament not only for football fans, but for people who support their homeland too. To prepare for the upcoming tournament, let's have a little history lesson and look at previous World Cup winners spanning back to the inaugural tournament in 1930.
1. Brazil – 5 Wins
If you think of football and the one country that embodies its spirit, most people would pick Brazil. This South American country has produced some legendary talents, such as Pele, Neymar and Ronaldo. It is also the most prolific World Cup winning team with five titles.

Brazil won their first World Cup in 1958, and then did the double in 1962. Their last title was way back in 2002. Since then, the international squad has failed to recreate their former legendary glory. If you wanted odds for the World Cup, Brazil could be a great choice this year as they have an easier group with Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon. Most bookmakers have them as favourites to top their group and claim a trio of victories.
2. Germany & Italy – 4 Wins
Brazil's reign as the World Cup title leaders is under threat from two strong teams: Germany and Italy. Both have four titles, and both remain solid contenders for Qatar.

Germany has always had a brilliant international side with iconic players such as Jurgen Klinsmann, Lothar Matthaus and Miroslav Klose. Their last World Cup title was in 2014 and they have finished in the top four in four of the last five tournaments.

Italy has had a similar run and claimed their last title in 2006. They have not been as prolific as Germany in terms of top four finishes in recent years, but still have an excellent squad. This could be the year that one of these teams equals Brazil's record, although admittedly their teams aren't as strong as previous tournaments.
3. Argentina, Uruguay, France – 2 Wins
No team has won three titles, but Argentina, Uruguay and France have all won the World Cup twice.

Uruguay is often considered an anomaly. They have had few top four finishes outside of their two wins in 1930 and 1950. In decades past, they had a strong international side, although in most cases, they were often overshadowed by Argentina.

Speaking of Argentina, this is a team that has always showed immense promise and has some prodigious talent. Who can forget the likes of Maradona and Messi? Despite their legendary players, they have only won two World Cups in 1978 and 1986. They have had five top-four finishes.

France is now considered one of the strongest international sides and their team is laced with talents such as Mbappe. France is the current World Cup title holder, winning against Croatia in 2018. Their other previous triumph was in 1998 when they hosted the tournament too. France will hope that Qatar is the location where they can once again claim international glory and pull one title closer to the legendary trio.
4. England, Spain – 1 Win
Last, but not least, we have two teams that have only claimed a single World Cup victory: England and Spain.

The Premier League is often dubbed as the best football league in the world, and it has helped develop some fantastic English talent. In 1966, England claimed their only World Cup title in a historic win against West Germany. Since then, they have made numerous attempts to reclaim the title, but have ultimately fallen short. Many saw the 1990 World Cup as their best chance to do this, but they remain a strong contender in 2022.

Like England, Spain has won one World Cup too, with theirs being in 2010. At this point, their team was conquering the international football stage and they had arguably one of the strongest international teams ever. This included Spanish legends such as Casillas, Ramos, Busquets, Alonso, Xavi and Iniesta.

You may have been surprised at how few countries have claimed the ultimate football prize. Indeed, less than 10 teams have lifted the FIFA World Cup trophy in the 92 years it has been around. Brazil remains the most successful international team with five World Cups, but Germany and Italy remain close on their heels with four titles each. Could this be the year that someone equals Brazil's record, or will there be a completely new World Cup winner?

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2022 World Cup finals bracket and fixtures schedule

Group Stage:

Date Match Time
November 21 Qatar vs Ecuador 10:00 pm
November 21 England vs Iran 07:00 pm
November 21 Senegal vs Netherlands 04:00 pm
November 22 USA vs Wales 1:00 am
November 22 Denmark vs Tunisia 07:00 pm
November 23 France vs Australia 01:00 am
November 22 Mexico vs Poland 10:00 pm
November 22 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia 04:00 pm
November 23 Spain vs Costa Rica 10:00 pm
November 23 Belgium vs Canada 07:00 pm
November 23 Germany vs Japan 07:00 pm
November 23 Morocco vs Croatia 04:00 pm
November 24 Uruguay vs South Korea 07:00 pm
November 24 Portugal vs Ghana 10:00 pm
November 24 Switzerland vs Cameroon 04:00 pm
November 25 Brazil vs Serbia 1:00 am
November 26 England vs USA 01:00 am
November 25 Qatar vs Senegal 07:00 pm
November 25 Wales vs Iran 04:00 pm
November 25 Netherlands vs Ecuador 10:00 pm
November 26 Poland vs Saudi Arabia 04:00 pm
November 27 Argentina vs Mexico 01:00 am
November 26 Tunisia vs Australia 04:00 pm
November 26 France vs Denmark 10:00 pm
November 27 Belgium vs Morocco 07:00 pm
November 28 Spain vs Germany 01:00 am
November 27 Croatia vs Canada 10:00 pm
November 27 Japan vs Costa Rica 04:00 pm
November 28 Brazil vs Switzerland 10:00 pm
November 28 South Korea vs Ghana 07:00 pm
November 28 Cameroon vs Serbia 04:00 pm
November 29 Portugal vs Uruguay 1:00 am
November 29 Netherlands vs Qatar 09:00 pm
November 30 Wales vs England 01:00 am
November 29 Ecuador vs Senegal 09:00 pm
November 30 Iran vs USA 1:00 am
November 30 Peru/Australia/UAE vs Denmark 09:00 pm
November 30 Tunisia vs France 09:00 pm
December 1 Saudi Arabia vs Mexico 01:00 am
December 1 Poland vs Argentina 1:00 am
December 2 Japan vs Spain 01:00 am
December 1 Croatia vs Belgium 09:00 pm
December 2 Costa Rica vs Germany 01:00 am
December 1 Canada vs Morocco 09:00 pm
December 2 Ghana vs Uruguay 09:00 pm
December 2 South Korea vs Portugal 09:00 pm
December 3 Serbia vs Switzerland 01:00 am
December 3 Cameroon vs Brazil 1:00 am


2nd Round (Knockout Stage)

Date Match Time
December 3 A1 vs B2 09:00 pm
December 4 C1 vs D2 01:00 am
December 4 D1 vs C2 09:00 pm
December 5 B1 vs A2 01:00 am
December 5 E1 vs F2 09:00 pm
December 6 G1 vs H2 01:00 am
December 6 F1 vs E2 09:00 pm
December 7 H1 vs G2 01:00 am


















Quarter-finals:

Sl. Date Match Time
1 December 9 E1 vs F2 Winner vs G1 vs H2 Winner 09:00 pm
2 December 10 A1 vs B2 Winner vs C1 vs D2 Winner 01:00 am
3 December 10 F1 vs E2 Winner vs H1 vs G2 Winner 09:00 pm
4 December 11 B1 vs A2 Winner vs D1 vs C2 Winner 01:00 am
















Semi-finals:

Date Match Time
December 14 Winners of Quarter-finals 1 & 2 01:00 am
December 15 Winners of Quarter-finals 3 & 4 01:00 am







Third Place Decider:

December 17, 09:00 pm; Losers of two Semi-finals.

Final:

December 18, 09:00 pm; Winners of two Semi-finals.

Groups for the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar following the draw on Friday:

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales or Scotland or Ukraine

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Peru or UAE or Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Costa Rica or New Zealand, Germany, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

-- World Cup finals to be played from November 21 to December 18

-- Intercontinental playoffs to be contested on June 13-14 in Qatar:

i) Winner of United Arab Emirates v Australia face Peru

ii) New Zealand v Costa Rica

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Doha

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Doha
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Al Fardan Gardens 9
Doha

Zumba combines Latin and International music with a fun and effective workout system. With classes and instructors worldwide, anyone can Join the Party! Free Zumba and Aqua Zumba c...

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Get your World Cup tickets at affordable prices for all countries participating in the world 2022

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Doha

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