2022 World Cup draw – Spain against Germany immediately, Switzerland challenges Brazil

2022 World Cup draw – Spain against Germany immediately, Switzerland challenges Brazil

The World Cup is approaching in Qatar: the pairings and groups of the competition to be held at the end of 2022 have been drawn in Doha.

Without Italy, it is true, but the World Championships in Qatar are approaching: in Doha the groups and pairings of the next world championship have been drawn, which will be staged from 21 November to 18 December 2022.

The 32 National teams involved (3 yet to be defined) will face each other in 8 groups of 4 teams, with the usual formula of the World Cup.

The most interesting challenge of the group stage is undoubtedly the one that will be staged in Group E between Luis Enrique’s Spain and Germany . A match in which two of the most accredited European national teams for the final victory will battle immediately.

The hosts Qatar will face Ecuador in the opening match, as well as the Group A favorite, the Netherlands and Senegal, freshly won the African Cup. England and France will have the odds in the race for first place in Group B and D respectively, while Argentina will have to watch out for the pitfalls of Poland and Mexico.

In Group F, Belgium will face Croatia, Morocco and Canada, while Tite’s Brazil will face Switzerland , who finished ahead of Italy in the qualifying group, Serbia and Cameroon. In Group H, Cristiano Ronaldo ‘s Portugal will face Uruguay, Ghana and South Korea.


GIRONE A: Qatar – Olanda – Senegal – Ecuador

GROUP B: England – Iran – United States – Playoff winner (Ukraine-Scotland VS Wales)

GROUP C: Argentina – Mexico – Poland – Saudi Arabia

GROUP D: France – Denmark – Tunisia – Playoff winner (Australia-United Arab Emirates VS Peru)

Group E: Spain – Germany – Japan – Playoff winner (Costa Rica-New Zealand)

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