Qatar 2022: Groups, fixtures, stadiums, squads, tickets, and more
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The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be played from 20 November to 18 December in Qatar. It will be the 22nd edition of the competition, and the first played in the Arab world.
Here is everything you need to know about the tournament with full details on the teams, groups, fixtures, stadiums, ticketing, and more.
Qatar 2022 groups
Qatar 2022 match schedule
Qatar 2022 tickets
Qatar 2022 stadiums
The 64 matches will take place across eight venues: Al Bayt Stadium Khalifa International Stadium Al Thumama Stadium Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium Lusail Stadium Stadium 974 Education City Stadium Al Janoub Stadium
Qatar 2022 squads
Whereas FIFA World Cup squads were previously comprised of 23 players, each country will take 26 to Qatar 2022. Teams must submit their squads to FIFA by 14 November. Some have already released theirs: Argentina Australia squad Belgium squad Brazil squad Cameroon squad Canada squad Costa Rica squad Croatia squad Denmark squad England squad France squad Germany squad Ghana squad IR Iran Japan squad Korea Republic Mexico Morocco squad Netherlands Poland Portugal Qatar Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Spain Switzerland squad Tunisia Uruguay USA squad Wales squad
Note All squads are provisional until the final list of 26 players is announced by FIFA, following their s
bmission by participating teams, on 15 November.
Coaches will be able to make five substitutions during normal times. If a match goes to extra time, they will be permitted one additional substitution.
FIFA World Cup titles
Brazil (5) Germany (4) Italy (4) Argentina (2) France (2) Uruguay (2) England (1) Spain (1)
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