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Introduction To FIFA World Cup

A championship held every four years, the FIFA World Cup ฟุตบอลโลก  is considered the pinnacle of soccer. It brings together the world’s best international teams to determine who will be crowned the sports champion.

The World Cup has evolved constantly over the years. Since the 1st World Cup in Uruguay in 1930, legendary players have been immortalized in the World Cup. The last edition of the World Cup in 2018 was won by France, who qualified as the 6th nation, while Qatar became the 1st nation in the 32-nation list to qualify as the host nation.

FIFA World Cup Live Stream

You don’t want to miss watching the upcoming World Cup live and for free instead of watching ad-pack reruns on TV subscriptions. You can watch world cup matches legally online on FIFA.com TV, BBC and ITV, ARD DAS ERSTE and ZDF, NEOM, and SRF PLAYER websites for free. WatchWorldCup.org also provide WC live stream for free. However, there is a catch.

To take advantage of these live broadcasts, you must reside in a particular country or use other methods such as VPNs if you are not a resident of that country. However, it is probably worth the hassle, if you are a true soccer fan.

2022 FIFA World Cup Odds

In Qatar, the odds for winning are 150/1. The sportsbook has Brazil as the favorite at 11/2. France, the defending champion, is just behind Brazil. There may be some connection between the French’s performance at the 2020 UEFA Euros and their odds to win at 6/1.It is 8/1 that England will reach the 2020 UEFA Euro Final despite losing to Italy (10/1) in a shootout. Only two clubs outside of Europe have odds to win in the Top 11, Brazil and Argentina (9/1). The odds on Uruguay are 50/1 at 12. The United States is the next highest non-European nation at 100/1, followed by Senegal at 80/1.

2022 FIFA World Cup Fixtures & News

 

Date

Fixture

Venue

Fixture

Venue

Saturday-3 December 2022

A Group Winner Vs. B Group place Second-15:00

Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan

C Group Winner Vs. D Group Place Second-19:00

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan

Sunday-4 December 2022

D Group Winner Vs. C Group Place Second-15:00

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan

B Group Winner Vs. A Group Place Second-19:00

Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor

Monday-5 December 2022

E Group Winner Vs. F Group Place Second-15:00

Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah

G Group Winner Vs. H Group Place Second-19:00

Stadium 974, Doha

Tuesday-6 December 2022

F Group Winner Vs. E Group Place Second-15:00

Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan

H Group Winner Vs. G Group Place Second-19:00

Lusail Stadium, Lusail

Friday-9 December 2022

5 Winner Round Of Sixteen Vs. 6 Winner Round of Sixteen-15:00

Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan

1 Winner Round Of Sixteen Vs. 2 Winner Round Of Sixteen -19:00

Lusail Stadium, Lusail

Saturday-10 December 2022

7 Winner Round of Sixteen Vs. 8 Winner Round Of Sixteen-15:00

Al Thumama Stadium

3 Winner Round Of Sixteen Vs. 4 Winner Round Of Sixteen -19:00

Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor

Tuesday-13 December 2022

Winner of 1stQuarter-Final Vs. Winner of 2ndQuarter Final-19:00

Lusail Stadium, Lusail

  

Wednesday-14 December 2022

Winner of 3rdQuarter-Final Vs. Winner of 4th Quarter Final

Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor

  

Saturday-17 December 2022

Loser of 1st Semi-Final Vs. Loser of 2ndSemi-Final

Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan

  

Sunday-18 December 2022

Winner of 1st Semi-Fina Vs. Winner of 2nd Semi-Final

Lusail Stadium, Lusail

  

 

Below we have provided you with a list of eight groups for the FIFA World Cup 2022

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

Latest: Since Qatar’s summer weather is too extreme for football during the summer, the 2022 World Cup will take place during the winter.

The tournament will be held for the first time in the Middle East, and only the second time in Asia.

First-ever sales figures for the World Cup in Qatar were released on Wednesday, with 1.2 million tickets sold.