The complete schedule for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar


For the first time, the FIFA World Cup will take place in autumn. To not miss anything of the football event of the year 2022, discover the complete program and download the World Cup schedule in PDF. The opening match, Senegal – Netherlands, will take place on Monday, November 21 at 11 a.m. The final will take place on Sunday, December 18 at 4 p.m. 32 teams are competing in this World Cup in Qatar. 64 matches are scheduled for the competition, which will be played in 8 stadiums and 4 cities.

The groups of the 2022 World Cup (L’Équipe)

Monday, November 21:
Senegal – Netherlands
(Group A, J1) : 11:00
England – Iran (Group B, D1): 2 p.m.
Qatar – Ecuador (Group A, D1): 5 p.m.
United States – Wales (Group B, D1): 20 hours

Tuesday, November 22:
Argentina – Saudi Arabia
(Group C, D1): 11 a.m.
Denmark – Tunisia (Group D, D1): 2 p.m.
Mexico – Poland (Group C, D1): 5 p.m.
France – Australia (Group D, D1): 20 hours

Wednesday, November 23:
Morocco – Croatia
(Group F, J1): 11 a.m.
Germany – Japan (Group E, D1): 2 p.m.
Spain – Costa Rica (Group E, D1): 5 p.m.
Belgium – Canada (Group F, D1): 20 hours

Thursday, November 24:
Switzerland – Cameroon
(Group G, D1): 11 a.m.
Uruguay – South Korea (Group H, D1): 2 p.m.
Portugal-Ghana (Group H, D1): 5 p.m.
Brazil – Serbia (Group G, D1): 20 hours

Friday, November 25:
Wales – Iran
(Group B, D2): 11 a.m.
Qatar – Senegal (Group A, D2): 2 p.m.
Netherlands – Ecuador (Group A, D2): 5 p.m.
England – United States (Group B, D2): 20 hours

Saturday November 26:
Tunisia – Australia
(Group D, D2): 11 a.m.
Poland – Saudi Arabia (Group C, D2): 2 p.m.
France – Denmark (Group D, D2): 5 p.m.
Argentina – Mexico (Group C, D2): 20 hours

Sunday, November 27:
Japan – Costa Rica
(Group E, D2): 11 a.m.
Belgium – Morocco (Group F, D2): 2 p.m.
Croatia – Canada (Group F, D2): 5 p.m.
Spain – Germany (Group E, D2): 20 hours

Monday, November 28:
Cameroon – Serbia
(Group G, D2): 11 a.m.
South Korea – Ghana (Group H, J2): 2 p.m.
Brazil – Switzerland (Group G, D2): 5 p.m.
Portugal-Uruguay (Group H, D2): 20 hours

Tuesday, November 29:
Netherlands – Qatar
(Group A, J3) : 16 hours
Ecuador – Senegal (Group A, D3): 4 p.m.
Wales – England (Group B, D3): 20 hours
Iran – United States (Group B, D3): 20 hours

Wednesday, November 30:
Tunisia – France
(Group C, D3): 4 p.m.
Australia – Denmark (Group C, D3): 4 p.m.
Poland – Argentina (Group D, D3): 20 hours
Saudi Arabia – Mexico (Group D, D3): 20 hours

Thursday, December 1:
Canada – Morocco (Group F, D3): 4 p.m.
Croatia – Belgium (Group F, D3): 4 p.m.
Japan – Spain (Group E, D3): 20 hours
Costa Rica – Germany (Group E, D3): 20 hours

Friday, December 2:
Ghana-Uruguay
(Group H, D3): 4 p.m.
South Korea – Portugal (Group H, D3): 4 p.m.
Cameroon – Brazil (Group G, D3): 20 hours
Serbia – Switzerland (Group G, D3): 20 hours

Table of the final stages of the World Cup (L'Équipe)

Table of the final stages of the World Cup (L’Équipe)

Round of 16

Saturday, December 3:
Eighth 1: 1st Group A – 2nd Group B : 16 hours
Eighth 2: 1st Group C – 2nd Group D : 20 hours

Sunday, December 4:
Eighth 3: 1st Group D – 2nd Group C : 16 hours
Eighth 4: 1st Group B – 2nd Group A : 20 hours

Monday, December 5:
Eighth 5: 1st Group E – 2nd Group F : 16 hours
Eighth 6: 1st Group G – 2nd Group H : 20 hours

Tuesday, December 6:
Eighth 7: 1st Group F – 2nd Group E : 16 hours
Eighth 8: 1st Group H – 2nd Group G : 20 hours

Quarter Finals

Friday, December 9:
Quarter 1: Winner Eighth 5 – Winner Eighth 6 : 16 hours
Quarter 2: Winner Eighth 1 – Winner Eighth 2 : 20 hours

Saturday, December 10:
Quarter 3: Winner Eighth 7 – Winner Eighth 8 : 16 hours
Quarter 4: Winner Eighth 3 – Winner Eighth 4 : 20 hours

Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13:
Half 1: Winner Quarter 1 – Winner Quarter 2 : 20 hours
Half 2: Winner Quarter 3 – Winner Quarter 4 : 20 hours

small final

Saturday, December 17:
Loser Half 1 – Loser Half 2 : 16 hours

Final

Sunday, December 18:
Winner Half 1 – Winner Half 2 : 16 hours

On which channels to follow the 2022 World Cup?

28 matches of the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be available to watch on TF1 (discover the matches broadcast by TF1). The pay channel beIN Sports will broadcast the competition in full.

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