FIFA has announced that the world’s most prestigious football tournament will be held in Qatar between 21 November and 18 December 2022. The event will feature 32 teams and be televised across the world. There are many exciting things to look forward to when the tournament begins. Find out what to expect, as well as how you can watch the action live. Here are some exciting facts about the 2022 World Cup. Hopefully, you will find this information useful.
32 teams will take part in the tournament
The FIFA World Cup in Qatar will feature 32 participating teams. The host nation qualifies automatically for the tournament, but the other 31 must qualify through the respective continental governing body. The continents are divided into five regions, with the continents of Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America/Central America/Caribbean being the only non-African ones. In addition, four teams will be chosen from South America, with Australia and the UAE being the exception. The rest of the 32 will be determined through the intercontinental playoff qualifiers, which will take place in April 2021.
It will be televised
Twenty-two national teams will participate in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. These teams include world champions France, Brazil and England, and the African champions Senegal. The tournament will take place from Monday, November 21, to Sunday, December 18, 2022. The tournament will be televised worldwide. FS1 will air two early matches on Thanksgiving: Uruguay vs. South Korea and Brazil vs. Serbia. FS1 also plans to televise the first NFL and MLS playoff game on Thanksgiving.
It will be held in Qatar
In November and December of 2022, the country of Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup, the first World Cup held in a predominantly Arab country. The tournament will consist of 32 teams, divided into eight groups of four. Qualifying has already begun, and thirty-one teams have already qualified, while the 32nd qualifies automatically. In addition to the host country, the World Cup will also feature a knockout phase where the top eight teams play off in a quarterfinal and semifinal. At the end of the tournament, the world champion will be crowned at the Lusail International Stadium in Qatar, north of Doha.
It will be played in Doha
The men’s World Cup is set to open on Nov. 21 with four matches. The tournament will be played over 12 days, with four games every day, with the final scheduled for one week before Christmas. In terms of size, the 2022 World Cup will be the smallest tournament in history. Oddsmakers rank Brazil, France, England, Spain, Argentina, and Germany as the top teams in the tournament. Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands round out the top four.
It will be televised live in the United States
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It will be televised live in Canada
The FIFA World Cup of soccer will be broadcast on Canadian television from 2015 through 2022, thanks to Bell Media’s acquisition of the rights.The tournament will be shown on Bell Media’s sports TV channels, TSN dot ca website, and TSN mobile TV offering.The Canadian company will also televise games in French on its Quebec television market assets, including RDS cable sports channel. The European Broadcasting Union, the European broadcaster, also has exclusive rights to the 2022 World Cup. That agreement covers 37 countries in Europe, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and the Netherlands.
It will be televised live in Mexico
The fifa world cup will be televised in Mexico for the first time ever in 2022, with the tournament broadcast live on Fox. The telecasts will include 21 group stage games and six round of 16 matches. Matches start at 10 a.m. ET on Fox and 2 p.m. ET on Telemundo. Matches will be aired at various times, but they are likely to be at least partially canceled.