FIFA 2022: World Cup 2022 to begin on November 21, FIFA announces 2022 World Cup
Hello friends, the schedule of FIFA World Cup 2020 to be held in Qatar has been announced. The start of this biggest football tournament will start on November 21, 2020. The FIFA Cup will run for 12 days against the 2020 group stage. In which four matches will be played daily and knockout matches will be played in Qatar even after midnight. FIFA, the global body of football, released the first such World Cup schedule on Wednesday which will be played in November and December.
When will the matches start according to the time of India: FIFA 2022
If we talk about organizing group matches to be held, then it has been kept from 3:30 pm, 6:30 pm, 9:30 pm, and midnight 12:30 pm Indian time. After that, the matches of the last round of group matches are held at 830 and 12:30. The third-place playoff match will take place on December 17 at the Khalifa Stadium. If we talk about the final, then the final will be played at Lusail Stadium on December 18 at 8:30 pm Indian time.
This year the tournament will run for 28 days: FIFA 2022
Let me tell you that FIFA has said in its statement that “Once the teams are decided in the group, the possibility of better timing of the start of the match will be discussed for the spectators watching the match at home and of course the Qatar audience will be taken into consideration Keeping in mind the allotment of matches in the stadium. This time the tournament will run for 28 days due to which there is no impact on the European season. By the way, let me tell you that the last tournament in Russia was played for 32 days.
FIFA plans to start to draw match in 2022:
Let me tell you that FIFA is planning to have a draw match in late March 2022 or early April 2022. By then, 30 of the 32 teams playing in the final will be decided. Let us know that this is the last World Cup, 32 teams will participate in it. In this, 48 countries will participate in the 2026 World Cup to be held in the joint hosting of America, Canada, and Mexico.