The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ will be played from 21 November to 18 December in Qatar. It will be the 22nd edition of the competition, and the first played in the Arab world.
The draw for the World Cup group phase took place in Doha, Qatar, on April 1 2022 to set the stage for the tournament.
The final three qualification places were filled in June, with Wales, Australia and Costa Rica completing the 32-team line-up.
Here is everything you need to know about Qatar 2022, with full details on the teams, groups, the complete fixture list, the stadiums, how to buy tickets and more.
World Cup Qatar 2022 groups
Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal and Netherlands
England, IR Iran, USA and Wales
Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
France, Australia, Denmark and Tunisia
Spain, Costa Rica, Germany and Japan
Belgium, Canada, Morocco and Croatia
Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon
Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay and Korea Republic
World Cup Qatar 2022 match schedule
The group phase will be played from 21 November to 2 December. The knockout phase will begin with the Round of 16 from 3-6 December.
The quarter-finals will be played on 9 and 10 December, with the semi-finals on 13 and 14 December. The play-off for the third place will unfold on 17 December, one day before the final.
Please click here to see the full schedule or here to see the pdf version.
World Cup Qatar 2022 tickets
The ticket sales for Qatar 2022 are currently in the Phase 2. The next one is the Last-Minute Sales Phase, which will work on a first come, first serve basis.
Please click here to see the full tickets details on FIFA.com.
World Cup Qatar 2022 stadiums
The 64 matches of the tournament will take place across eight venues – Al Bayt Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Stadium 974, Education City Stadium and Al Janoub Stadium.
Past World Cup results
Qatar 2022 will be the sixth World Cup this century, click below for full match replays of the finals.
2018 champions: France
2014 champions: Germany
2010 champions: Spain
2006 champions: Italy
2002 champions: Brazil
There were 16 World Cups which took place in the 20th century.
1998 champions: France
1994 champions: Brazil
1990 champions: Germany FR
1986 champions: Argentina
1982 champions: Italy
1978 champions: Argentina
1974 champions: Germany FR
1970 champions: Brazil
1966 champions: England
1962 champions: Brazil
1958 champions: Brazil
1954 champions: Germany FR
1950 champions: Uruguay
1938 champions: Italy
1934 champions: Italy
1930 champions: Uruguay
Most World Cup titles
World Cup: next edition
Canada, Mexico and the USA will host the 2026 tournament.
Heading to Qatar for the World Cup? Make sure you get your flights to Qatar and hotel bookings in advance for the best prices.
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