Qatar is hosting the 2022 World Cup across eight venues. Two crucial timing factors for the tournament this year are significantly impacted by the location. The seasonal schedule comes first. The World Cup typically takes place in the summer. FIFA pushed back the tournament by a few months, however, because of the unusually hot summer in Qatar.
The competition will take place from November 20 to December 18, with two of the top teams’ group matches scheduled for “Thanksgiving Day”. Get ready for a brand-new take on Thanksgiving football. On Sunday, November 20, at the Al Bayt Stadium, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar gets under way when the hosts take on Ecuador in Group A.
Hosts Qatar were placed in Group A with Ecuador, the Netherlands, and Senegal, while England were placed in Group B with the United States, Iran, and Wales. The defending champions France will begin their title defence in Group D alongside Australia, Australia, Denmark, and Tunisia. Brazil, one of the competition’s favourites this year, is in Group G with Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon.
Lists of the Groups given below: