FIFA World Cup
Qatar 2022™

November 21 – December 17

The best national teams of the world reunited
for the greatest competition the World has ever seen.

The tournament starts in:

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The World Cup Has Started

QUALIFIED TEAMS

Argentina

Argentina

Belgium

Belgium

Brazil

Brazil

Cameroon

CAMEROON

Canada

Canada

Croatia

CROATIA

Denmark

DENMARK

Ecuador

ECUADOR

England

ENGLAND

France

France

Germany

Germany

Ghana

GHANA

IR Iran

Iran

Japan

Japan

Mexico

Mexico

Morocco

Morocco

Netherlands

Netherlands

Poland

Poland

Portugal

Portugal

Qatar

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

Senegal

Senegal

Serbia

Serbia

Korea Republic

South Korea

Spain

Spain

Switzerland

Switzerland

Tunisia

Tunisia

Uruguay

Uruguay

USA

United States

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There are still three spots left for the World Cup!

The qualifiers end on June and all the games will take place in Qatar.

Eight teams still have chances to make it to the tournament:

Wales

Wales

Scotland

Scotland

Ukraine

Ukraine

Peru

Peru

Australia

Australia

United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

New Zealand

New ZeAland

GAME SCHEDULE

Get updated with the next games schedule

DATE

GAME

STADIUM

06/22
TBD

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
vs
AUSTRALIA
(QUALIFYING MATCH)

TBD

STADIUMS

Get to know all the stadiums of the tournament

Al Bayt Stadium

Opening match venue
60,000-capacity arena
Traditional nomadic tent design

Lusail Stadium

Host stadium for the final in 2022
80,000-capacity arena
Centrepiece of Lusail City

Education City Stadium

40,000-capacity arena
Surrounded by some of Qatar’s leading universities
Hosting matches through to the quarter-finals

Al Thumama Stadium

40,000-capacity arena
Design represents the gahfiya
A traditional hat worn across the Middle East

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

40,000-capacity arena
Located in one of Qatar’s most traditional cities
Home to the hugely popular Al Rayyan Sports Club

Al Janoub Stadium

40,000-capacity arena
In the southern city of Al Wakrah
One of Qatar’s oldest continuously inhabited areas

Khalifa International Stadium

40,000-capacity arena
Adored by many as the home of football in Qatar
Built in 1976 and transformed for the World Cup

Stadium 974

40,000-capacity arena
Constructed from shipping containers and modular steel
Echoing the nearby port and Doha’s maritime history

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The Qualifiers In Numbers

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