The rounds of the first round have been drawn for the 2022 soccer world cup starting on November 21st. And it is already a super match with the match between Spain and Germany, both of which are included in group E. In group C there is Argentina-Poland.
Brazil, on the other hand, starts “downhill” with Serbia and Switzerland.
World champion France will face Denmark and Tunisia. Interesting combinations are those of group A: Qatar, Senegal and the Netherlands.
“The world will be reunited in Qatar: I thank the people of Qatar, the Arab world – thus the FIFA president, Gianni Infantino , in introducing the drawing ceremony – we know that hundreds of millions of people, therefore also world leaders, are following this ceremony: I appeal to them: commit yourselves to dialogue and peace, enough with armed conflicts! “.
And then, a video projected that recalled Maradona , Banks , Muller and Rossi : four great players of world football who have disappeared in recent years.
All groups drawn
GROUP A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Holland
GROUP B: England, Iran, USA, Wales / Scotland / Ukraine
GROUP C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
GROUP D: France, Peru / United Arab Emirates / Australia, Denmark, Tunisia
GROUP E: Spain, Costa Rica / New Zealand, Germany, Japan
GROUP F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
GROUP G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
GROUP H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, Korea South
It starts on November 21st with the group stage that will close on December 2nd.
Round of 16 from 3 to 6 December. Quarters on 9 and 10, then the semifinals on 13 and 14 December.
The final for the 3-4th place will precede the match that will decide the new world champions, on December 18th.
There are still 3 places to be defined, which depend on the challenges of June:
One will be a European team (it will come out of the match between Wales and the winner of Scotland-Ukraine).
The other will come from the match between Costa Rica and New Zealand.
Finally, Peru will play the World Cup against the winner of Australia and the United Arab Emirates.
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