What’s new at the 2022 World Cup?

What's new at the 2022 World Cup?

Doha, Qatar – The 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup is fast approaching. The kick-off of the opening match takes place on November 20, almost 12 years to the day Qatar received the hosting rights to the tournament. The event will feature 32 teams and attract more than 1.2 million visitors to Qatar, which will become the first country in the Middle East to host the …

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T20 World Cup: The match between England and Australia was washed out in Melbourne

T20 World Cup: The match between England and Australia was washed out in Melbourne

England’s highly anticipated Men’s T20 World Cup match against Australia in Melbourne ended with no ball thrown leaving Group 1 wide open. England will likely have to win their last two games to progress although that may not be enough. They are currently second in the table, level on points with leaders New Zealand and Ireland, whose games against Afghanistan were erased earlier. Australia also …

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FIFA World Cup 2022: When and where to watch

FIFA World Cup 2022: When and where to watch

The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in a few weeks, taking place in the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. While most World Cups are summer tournaments, due to concerns about extreme heat, this year’s global football showcase was moved to November/December to ensure the safety of the players and those in attendance. The football tournament kicks off with hosts Qatar taking on Ecuador on …

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FIFA World Cup 2022 facts: dates, times, teams, football stars in action, how to watch, official song and Qatar tournament mascot

FIFA World Cup 2022 facts: dates, times, teams, football stars in action, how to watch, official song and Qatar tournament mascot

Qatar will host the biggest football show on the planet in 2022, with world stars like Ronaldo, Messi, Mbappe, Pogba, Neymar and Kane set to light it up. The FIFA Men’s World Cup is up for grabs, four years after France claimed the right to call themselves world champions. The stakes are as high as ever with established football nations such as Brazil, Belgium, Argentina, …

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