Organizers have officially announced the schedule for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The tournament will take place in the Middle East from November to December and will feature 32 teams. The final will be held on December 18th in Qatar. This will be the first World Cup to be held in the Arab world. The tournament will be broadcast on Fox and FS1 in the United States and on Telemundo in Spain. The games will be live streamed on several legal streaming services, including YouTube TV, fubo TV, and Peacock TV.
The World Cup will be played in eight stadiums. Al Janoub Stadium, the Education City Stadium, and the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will be the venues for group games. Qatar’s first match will be against Ecuador on Sunday. The tournament will also feature group games between the United States, England, Wales, and Iran. The winner will advance to the next round. The loser will go home.
Group stage games will be played on each day. The winner of each match will receive three points. Teams that receive a draw will receive one point. If a match is tied after extra time has been played, the winner will be decided by penalty kicks.
The first two rounds of matches will be played at local time. The matches are scheduled for two hours. The group stage will conclude on Friday, December 2. The winners of each group advance to the knockout stage. These teams will play other teams from their group once. The loser of the group stage will go home.
The group stage will feature four matches per day. The first two matches will be played at 2pm ET and the last two matches will be played at 10pm local time. The matches will be played in eight stadiums, which are all within a 40-mile radius of each other. The FIFA Executive Committee will make the final decision about the World Cup dates next month.
The winner of each group will advance to the knockout stage. The top two teams in each group will qualify for the 2022 World Cup. In the knockout stage, the winner moves on to the next round and the loser goes home. The third-place play-off will be played on December 17th.
The World Cup will be the last to feature 32 teams. The tournament is scheduled to last from November to December and will be held in Qatar. A majority of the country’s 2.9 million people live in the city of Doha. Qatar has invested $200 billion in World Cup infrastructure. Qatar will be the first country to host a World Cup outside of Europe and South America. It will also be the first World Cup to be held in winter. There are eight stadiums in Qatar and six of them didn’t exist when Qatar won the hosting rights.
The final will be held on the Qatari National Day, which is the 18th of December. The World Cup will be broadcast on Fox and FS1 and will be live streamed on several legal services. Several of the games will also be shown on YouTube TV, fubo TV, and ProSoccerTalk.