Unlike most previous World Cups, the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will take place in a time zone which is eight hours ahead of Australia’s Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). This will mean that most of the games will start earlier than usual for the fans back home.
There will be four games every day during the first two weeks of the tournament, which will see the winners and runners-up progress to the quarter-finals. The quarter-finals will take place on December 10, with the final taking place on December 18. The final will be broadcast on S4C and BBC One, as well as ITV.
The World Cup will be held in Doha, Qatar, with venues within 35 miles of the city. The tournament will be the first ever winter World Cup in the Northern Hemisphere. There are 64 matches scheduled for the duration of the tournament, which will see teams from the United States, Australia, England, Brazil, Italy, France, Argentina, Germany, Spain and Mexico.
The World Cup will be held in eight groups of four teams, with each team playing three matches against the other teams in their group. The group winners and runners-up will qualify for the round of 16, while the third-place play-off will take place at the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan.
The FIFA World Cup in Qatar will run from November 21 to December 18, with the tournament kicking off with a match between host nation Qatar and Ecuador on Nov. 20. The host nation was defeated 2-0.
The FIFA World Cup is held in eight stadiums, with each team playing three matches against other teams in their group. The winners and runners-up will qualify for the quarter-finals, while the third-place play-off will be held at the Khalifa International Stadium in al Rayyan. The final will be held on December 18 at 6:00 PM local time.
In the first group game, Australia faced Saudi Arabia, with the winner advancing to the round of 16. The Socceroos won the match in the ninth minute. The second match is against Tunisia, which will take place at 9 p.m. AEDT. The third match will be against France at 6:00 AM AEDT.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be hosted by host nation Qatar from November 21 to December 18. The tournament will be the first winter World Cup in the Northern Hemisphere, with venues within 35 miles of the city. This will make the tournament a month-long fest of football.
There will be eight groups of four teams, with the winners and runners-up advancing to the round of 16. The group stage will begin on November 21, with the first group match scheduled for 13:00 AEDT. The second group match will be played at 6:00 AEDT, the third at 9:00 AEDT and the fourth at 2.00 AEDT. The group stage will conclude on December 2, with the quarter-finals taking place on December 10. The third-place play-off will be held on December 14.
The FIFA World Cup in Qatar is set to be a memorable event. With 32 teams from the United States, Australia, England, France, Brazil, Italy, Argentina, Spain and Mexico competing, there are a variety of stars slated to compete. The top three picks are England, Argentina and Brazil. The tournament is set to feature a host of world class players, including Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr, Paul Pogba and Harry Kane.