When is FIFA World Cup 2022

The world of football will unite once again when the World Cup returns in 2022. Following the success of the 2018 tournament, which was won by France, the next instalment of football’s biggest competition will this time take place in Qatar. FIFA World Cup 2022 will be organized from 21 November 2022 to 18 December 2022 in Qatar as the FIFA World Cup Schedule 2022 is updated below. There are 32 nations ready to compete against each other for the upcoming World Cup. This international men’s football championship is organized in Arab countries for the first time. The first and opening match of the FIFA World Cup will be played on 20 November 2022, at Al Bayt Stadium. The FIFA World Cup final will be played on 18 December 2022 at the Lusail Iconic Stadium. Ticket sales for the FIFA World Cup 2022, to be played in Qatar, was resumed on 27 September at, 12.00 noon Doha time. To coordinate match times and know what time is it in the Middle East it might be worth checking out. Many fans are excited by this announcement and now buying FIFA world cup 2022 Online tickets.

According to FIFA there has been a huge demand for tickets for the first FIFA World Cup to be played in the Middle East. This time the FIFA World Cup is being organized in Qatar and during the sales phase from July to August, more than five lakh FIFA World Cup 2022 Online Tickets were sold, FIFA said, ‘taking the total number of tickets purchased to 2.35 million.’ International and local tickets to access stadiums and gain entry into Qatar Holders are required to apply for a HAYA card (a tournament ID available in digital and physical form).

The tournament will be the first to be held in the Arab world and only the second to take place in Asia, after Japan and South Korea joint-hosted the event in 2002. This World Cup will be the last to feature just 32 teams, with the tournament being expanded from 2026 onwards in order to feature 48 nations.

Hosts Qatar will start their tournament against Ecuador, before taking on Senegal and Netherlands – the latter duo were set to be the first match of the 2022 World Cup before organisers moved Qatar’s match to be a day earlier. Because of excessive summer temperatures in the Gulf state, the Qatar World Cup will be the first to be staged in winter rather than summer