Participating teams, matches broadcast in the clear, calendar… all you need to know about the World Cup in Qatar


The 2022 World Cup starts in 157 days. It will take place from Monday November 21 to Sunday December 18. 32 teams are at the start to succeed France, world champion in 2018.

Participating teams

The last tickets for the World Cup having been won by Costa Rica, Australia and Wales during the play-offs, we now know the 32 teams that will set foot on Qatari lawns.

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1-0 victory against New Zealand. pic.twitter.com/lnpWCJ1k6Q

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For France, few changes compared to the 2018 World Cup, since Killian Mbappé, Antoine Griezmann and company will find in Pool D, Denmark and Australia, whom they had already faced in Russia. The last member of the pool will be Tunisia.

Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador

Group B: England, USA, Iran, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Germany, Costa Rica, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Coratie

Group G: Brazil, Switzerland, Cameroon, Serbia

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

The calendar

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will kick off on Monday, November 21 and wrap up on Sunday, December 18. Small particularity, this 2022 edition will not open with the match of the host of the competition, Qatar, which will face Venezuela, but with the match Netherlands – Senegal, the other match of Pool A. A match that will start at 10 a.m. (French time) at the Al-Thumama stadium in Doha.

On the same day, the host country will start the competition against Ecuador (5 p.m.) at Al-Bayt Stadium, in Al-Khor, in the north of the peninsula.

The final will be played on Sunday, December 18, at the Lusail Iconic Stadium, at 4 p.m.

Les Bleus will launch their competition on Tuesday, November 22 at 8 p.m. (French time) against Australia. Four days later, they will play Denmark at 5 p.m. before closing their group stages on November 30 against Tunisia at 5 p.m.

Group D is set! Australia will join France, Denmark and Tunisia.

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In the event of qualification in the round of 16, the French would play the first or the second of pool D. We could witness the remake of the round of 16, already experienced in 2018, in Russia, France-Argentina.

Diffusion

The competition will be broadcast by the TF1 group as well as the Bein Sports channel. TF1 will broadcast 28 matches during the competition with 16 group matches including the 3 matches for the French team and the five best posters in the round of 16, the three best posters in the quarter-finals, the two semi-finals, the small final and the final.

Group matches broadcast by TF1:

November 21: Qatar – Ecuador (5 p.m.) and USA – Wales (8 p.m.)

November 22: France – Australia (8 p.m.)

November 23: Belgium – Canada (8 p.m.)

November 24: Brazil v Serbia (8 p.m.)

November 25: England – USA (8 p.m.)

November 26: France – Denmark (5 p.m.) and Argentina – Mexico (8 p.m.)

November 27: Belgium – Morocco (2 p.m.) and Spain – Germany (8 p.m.)

November 28: Portugal – Uruguay (8 p.m.)

November 29: Iran – USA or Wales – England (8 p.m.)

November 30: Tunisia – France (4 p.m.); Poland – Argentina or Saudi Arabia – Mexico (20 h)

December 1: Japan – Spain or Costa Rica – Germany (8 p.m.)

December 2: Cameroon – Brazil or Serbia – Switzerland (8 p.m.)

Housing

Qatar, which expects 1.2 million supporters during the 2022 World Cup next winter, plans to install “1,000 traditional Bedouin tents” in the desert to accommodate visitors, organizers announced on Tuesday.

These camps will have electricity through generators, running water and sewage disposal, but they will not be air-conditioned. A luxurious camp of 200 tents will also be open. The tents will be set up on Sealine beach in the south of the country, on the edge of the desert, as well as “in other areas to be announced”, according to Omar Al-Jaber, head of accommodation at the Committee. organizational supreme

While the number of accommodations and their prices in the small Gulf emirate worry supporters, the manager indicated that “more than 100,000 rooms” were available.

New options will be offered on the official platform open to match ticket holders in the coming weeks, including prefab “villages”, he said.

Apartments, villas and cabins in two cruise ships moored in the port of Doha are also among the accommodation options. Many of the country’s hotel rooms have been pre-booked by organizers for teams, referees, officials and the media, but Fifa will release those that will not be used, Omar Al-Jaber said.



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