FIFA world cup 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022 Guide to Everything You Need to Know

The FIFA World Cup is a football tournament held every four years which is organized by the International Federation of Association Football, more commonly known as FIFA. The 2022 World Cup will be the 21st edition of this tournament.

begins Monday, November 21
ends Sunday, December 18

Qualification for the competition begins in less than two years, and this article will look at how teams will qualify for the competition.

What are the Qualifying Countries for FIFA World Cup 2022?

A world cup is a global event with national pride on the line. It’s no surprise that people want to know which countries are eligible for the next world cup in 2022. This article will explain how FIFA decides which countries can qualify and which ones can’t.

Who is Playing?
As the 2022 FIFA draws closer, the teams are being decided; and all of them are qualified for their final tournament.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 Preview for All The Matches You Need To Watch

FIFA world cup 2022 groups

Group ARussia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt & Uruguay

Group BPortugal, Spain, Morocco & Iran

Group CFrance, Australia, Peru & Denmark

Group DArgentina, Iceland, Croatia & Nigeria

The Greatest Moments from the FIFA World Cup 2022

How to Watch the FIFA World Cup on TV or Online
If you’re interested in watching the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup, have come to the right place. I’m going to share some details about where to watch it online and on TV.

This year’s World Cup has been highly anticipated for years. The event began on begins Monday, November 21(in 34 days) and ends Sunday, December 18 2022.

There are 29 competing teams from all over the world which makes it the most diverse World Cup ever.

Which teams have qualified for the World Cup? FIFA world cup 2022 schedule
Currently, 29 teams have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. As the host nation qualifies automatically and makes its first World Cup appearance, Qatar joins 28 other nations that qualified via competitive berths.

Below is a list of all countries guaranteeing a spot at the 2022 World Cup (by region). Three more names will be added in June:

  • Africa
  • Cameroon
  • Ghana
  • Morocco
  • Senegal
  • Tunisia
  • Asia

The list of teams below from the Asian confederation includes Qatar, which qualified automatically as host.

  • Iran
  • Japan
  • Qatar (Host)
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Korea
  • Europe
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • England
  • France
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Serbia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • North America
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
  • South America
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Ecuador
  • Uruguay

Below you will find a list of the teams that still have dreams of making it to Qatar 2022 around the world, along with a regional breakdown of how it all unfolded.

  • Australia (vs. UAE, vs. Peru)
  • Costa Rica (vs. New Zealand)
  • New Zealand (vs. Costa Rica)
  • Peru (vs. Australia or UAE)
  • Scotland (vs. Ukraine, vs. Wales)
  • Ukraine (vs. Scotland, vs. Wales)
  • United Arab Emirates (vs. Australia, vs. Peru)
  • Wales (vs. Scotland or Ukraine)

Lionel Messi says the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be his last as the Argentina star looks to conquer the tournament in Qatar

In a statement, Argentina superstar Lionel Messi confirmed that next month’s FIFA World Cup will be his last. As he prepares for his fifth World Cup with Argentina, the man from Rosario will visit Qatar for the last time.

Despite the possibility that the 2024 Copa America may be Messi’s final game with the Albiceleste, this year will be his final time in the world’s biggest state with the Albiceleste regarded as a favorite.

“This will be my last World Cup — for sure,” Messi told Argentine journalist Sebastian Vignolo on Thursday. “The decision has been made.”

It will be the fifth time that he has played in a World Cup.
To date, Messi has scored six goals in four World Cups, four of which came in 2014 when Argentina lost 1-0 to Germany in the final after extra time. The former Barcelona star’s success at last year’s Copa America in Brazil ended his wait for international success. He briefly retired in 2016 before coming back to football.

Messi has 90 goals from 164 appearances for his country, second only to Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo with 117 and Iran’s Ali Daei with 109. A world cup to be held in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico in 2026 would mark Messi’s 39th birthday if he goes back on his decision to retire.

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