FIFA World Cup officials start preparation Qatar 2022 World Cup
Official Preparation of Qatar World Cup 2022
Qatar to signed agreement with Pakistan Army for the security of FIFA World Cup 2022. The federal cabinet approved the agreement between Qatar and the Pakistan Army about the security of the mega event FIFA World Cup 2022, starting from November 2022.
The Prime minister of Pakistan is set to leave for this maiden visit to Qatar on the invitation on the Qatri Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Al Hamad Thani. This will be the first visit of Prime minister of Pakistan to Qatar after assuming office since April 2022. He will be along with high level delegation.
Groups of FIFA World Cup 2022
FIFA World cup Stadium hosting the Matches
This is the Al Thumama Stadium which is going to host the FIFA World cup. The Stadium was designed by Ibrahim Jaidha a Qatari Architect.
It is the only FIFA world cup stadium designed by a Qatari. This is the special thing about this stadium, that it is designed in the shape of a hat that is used in the Arab world. The stadium has a seating capacity of 40,000 people. In the 2022 Football World cup, the stadium will host Football matches.
FIFA Worldcup 2022 Draw results play-off Europian qualifiers
FIFA World cup 2022 European qualifiers play-off
Russia vs Poland
Portugal vs Turkey
Wales vs Austria
Scotland vs Ukraine
Sweden vs Czech republic
Italy vs north Macedonia
Qatar releases match schedule for 2022 FIFA World Cup
we now know that this is where the Qatar World Cup will kick off at 1:00 p.m. on November 21st, 2022, The Al-Bayt stadium which in Arabic translates as the house will be home to 60,000 fans for the start of the world’s biggest sports event, The tournament schedule is different this time as there will be four matches every day during the group stage at first in World Cup history being a compact country scheduling for matches a day is going to be quite unique, It’s going to give people the opportunity to attend more than one match a day. People who aren’t attending the World Cup get to watch the World Cup at very convenient times just by the fact of Qatar’s location in the region or in the world means that about 3.5 billion people get to watch the World Cup at very convenient times games will kick off at 1 p.m. Doha time 4:00 p.m. 7p.m. and 10 p.m. meaning that some will spill over past midnight with extra time or delays.
It’s the first World Cup to be played in November and December but this condensed format allows the whole thing to be completed in 28 days rather than the 32 used last time in Russia which limits the disruption to the European domestic football season. Most teams will get three days off between games but in the knockout stage, some will only get two days of recovery. This will be the Middle East’s first World Cup and organizers believe it has taken on extra significance given what’s taking place across the world right now, especially considering that we’re coming out of Covid-19.
I think I genuinely believe would be the first global celebration where we will collectively have overcome covered and will collectively be able to celebrate this tournament and create a lasting bond and that’s why I think it’s it’s when our starter was previously significant. I believe the sign has become even more the format is now in place but there’s plenty of work left to do before the tournament gets underway in 343 days time both in terms of construction and getting teams qualified in a world struggling.
FIFA World cup Schedule
FIFA has confirmed the match scheduled for 15 July 2020. The final draw will be scheduled for 1st April 2022 in Doha Qatar. The opening match will be played on 21 Nov 2022 at the .
Four Matches will be played each day on the group stage. Kick-off times were 13:00, 16:00, 19:00, and 22:00 for the beginning two rounds. The last round kick-offs for the knockout stage Matches schedule is 18:00 and 22:00 simultaneously. On 17 Nov 2022, the third-place match will be played at Khalifa International Stadium. The final match will be played at the Lusail Iconic Stadium on 18 Dec 2022 at 18:00.
There is a total of eight groups. Group A, B, E, F matches are scheduled to be played at Al Bayt Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, and Ahmes Bin Ali Stadium. Group C, D, G, H matches are scheduled to be played at Lusail Iconic Stadium, Ras Abu Abound Stadium, Education city Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium.
Winner group A with 49 Runner-up on 3 Dec 2022. 18:00 Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayan.
Winner Group C with 50 Runner-up on 3 Dec 2022. 22:00 Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayan.
Winner Group D with 52 Runner-up on 4 Dec 2022. 22:00 Al Thumama Stadium, Doha.
Winner Group B with 51 Runner-up on 4 Dec 2022. 18:00 Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor.
Winner Group D with 52 Runner-up on 5 Dec 2022. 22:00 Al Thumama Stadium, Doha
Winner Group E with 53 Runner-up on 5 Dec 2022. 18:00 Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah.
Winner Group G with 54 Runner-up on 6 Dec 2022. 22:00 Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Doha.
Winner Group F with 55 Runner-up on 6 Dec 2022. 18:00 Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan.
Winner Group H with 56 Runner-up on 9 Dec 2022. 22:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail.
Quarter Final: Winner match 53 with 58 Runner-up match 54 on 9 Dec 2022. 22:00 Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan.
Winner match 49 with 57 Runner-up match 50 on 10 Dec 2022. 22:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium Lusail.
Winner match 55 with 60 Runner-up match 56 on 10 Dec 2022. 18:00 Al Thumama Stadium Doha.
Winner match 51 with 59 Runner-up match 52 on 13 Dec 2022. 22:00 Al Bayt Stadium Al Khor.
Semi-Finals: Winner match 57 with 61 Runner-up match 58 on 14 Dec 2022. 22:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail.
Winner match 59 with 62 Runner-up match 60 on 14 Dec 2022. 22:00 Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor.
Third Place Match, Loser Match 61 Match 63 Loser Match 62 on 17 Dec 2022. 18:00 Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan.
Final Match: Winner Match 61 Match 64 winner match 62 on 18 Dec 2022. 18:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail.
The group details are:
Group A: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Niger, Djibouti
Group B: Tunisia, Zambia, Mauritania, Equatorial Guinea
Group C: Nigeria, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Liberia
Group D: Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Malawi
Group E: Mali, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda
Group F: Egypt, Gabon, Libya, Angola
Group G: Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia
Group H: Senegal, Congo, Namibia, Togo
Group I: Morocco, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sudan