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World Cup 2022: the instructions

2022-09-28T14:59:43.975Z

What matches on the program? What days ? At what time ? On which channels? Everything you need to know about the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.



Still a handful of nights before the queen football competition resumes its rights.

The 2022 World Cup, the first in an Arab country, in this case Qatar, is scheduled from November 20 to December 18.

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What are the dates for the 2022 World Cup?

Qatar will face Ecuador in the opening match in Al-Khor on Sunday November 20 at 7 p.m. local time (5 p.m. in mainland France).

It will be the only game of the day.

France will play on November 22, 26 and 30.

There will be matches every day until December 6, the date of the last round of 16.

The famous final will take place on December 18.

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What times will the matches take place?

The matches will generally take place at 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. (metropolitan France time).

Some, including the match for third place and the final, will take place at 4 p.m.

A few group stage matches will even take place at 11 a.m.

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On which channels will they be broadcast?

The pay channel beIN Sports will broadcast the entire 2022 World Cup. TF1 will broadcast just under half (28 matches out of 64), including all the matches of the Blues, 5 of the 8 round of 16, 3 of the 4 quarters finals, the two semi-finals and the final.

What is the detailed program day by day?

Sunday November 20

5 p.m.: Qatar – Ecuador (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Monday November 21

2 p.m.: England – Iran (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Senegal – Netherlands (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: United States – Wales (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Tuesday, November 22

11 a.m.: Argentina – Saudi Arabia (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Denmark – Tunisia (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Mexico – Poland (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: France – Australia (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Wednesday, November 23

11 a.m.: Morocco – Croatia (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Germany – Japan (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Spain – Costa Rica (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Belgium – Canada (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

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Thursday, November 24

11 a.m.: Switzerland – Cameroon (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Uruguay – South Korea (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Portugal – Ghana (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Brazil – Serbia (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Friday November 25

11 a.m.: Wales – Iran (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Qatar – Senegal (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Netherlands – Ecuador (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: England – United States (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Saturday November 26

11 a.m.: Tunisia – Australia (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Poland – Saudi Arabia (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: France – Denmark (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Argentina – Mexico (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Sunday November 27

11 a.m.: Japan – Costa Rica (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: Belgium – Morocco (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Croatia – Canada (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Spain – Germany (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

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Monday, November 28

11 a.m.: Cameroon – Serbia (beIN Sports 1)


2 p.m.: South Korea – Ghana (beIN Sports 1)


5 p.m.: Brazil – Switzerland (beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Portugal – Uruguay (TF1, beIN Sports 1)

Tuesday, November 29

4 p.m.: Netherlands – Qatar (beIN Sports 1)


4 p.m.: Ecuador – Senegal (beIN Sports 2)


8 p.m.: Wales – England (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Iran – United States (beIN Sports 2)

Wednesday, November 30

4 p.m.: Tunisia – France (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


4 p.m.: Australia – Denmark (beIN Sports 2)


8 p.m.: Poland – Argentina (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Saudi Arabia – Mexico (beIN Sports 2)

Thursday, December 1

4 p.m.: Croatia – Belgium (beIN Sports 1)


4 p.m.: Canada – Morocco (beIN Sports 2)


8 p.m.: Japan – Spain (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Costa Rica – Germany (beIN Sports 2)

Friday, December 2

4 p.m.: South Korea – Portugal (beIN Sports 1)


4 p.m.: Ghana – Uruguay (beIN Sports 2)


8 p.m.: Cameroon – Brazil (TF1, beIN Sports 1)


8 p.m.: Serbia – Switzerland (beIN Sports 2)

How to qualify for the round of 16?

Nothing too complicated: you have to finish in the top two of your group.

Each nation will play each opponent in their group once, no back and forth.

The 1st of group A will then face the 2nd of group B, the 1st of group C against the 2nd of group D, and so on.

And vice versa.

For example, France, if it qualifies, already knows that it will find Argentina, Mexico, Poland or Saudi Arabia in the next round.

Source: lefigaro

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