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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: What To Expect

Are you excited for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022? If so, you’re not alone. The tournament is scheduled to take place in the Middle Eastern country from November 21 to December 18, and anticipation is high. In this blog post, we will outline some of the key things to expect when the event kicks off. From stadiums to fan experiences, we will cover it all. So read on World Cup Coverage and be prepared for a world of football madness!

When is the Qatar World Cup?

The Qatar World Cup will be held in 2022. The Qatar World Cup will be the first time that the tournament is being hosted by a country located in the Middle East. The Qatar World Cup will have 32 teams competing. 24 of the teams participating in the tournament have been announced, with the other six to be determined at a later date.

How many teams will compete in the Qatar World Cup?

There are 32 teams that will compete in the Qatar World Cup. The 24 teams that qualified through their respective regional tournaments and the four highest-placed sides in the AFC qualifying tournament.

The draw for the Qatar World Cup was held on December 2, 2017 in Cairo, Egypt. The seeded teams were announced on December 6th, following which they were drawn into eight groups of four. Round of 16 matches will be played from December 3th to December 6th while the Quarterfinals will be played on 9th to 10th December, Semifinals on 13th to 14th and Final will be played from 17th to 18th December.

What are the basic rules of the Qatar World Cup?

The Qatar World Cup will be taking place between November 21 and December 18, 2022. The 32 teams that will compete in the tournament are as follows:







-Costa Rica


-Czech Republic





-Germany -Japan -Mexico

-Netherlands -New Zealand Peru Puerto Rico Serbia Sweden Switzerland Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia United States of America Uruguay Venezuela

How can I watch the Qatar World Cup?

The Qatar World Cup is set to kickoff in less than a month and if you’re not already subscribed to the streaming service, now is the time to do so. Here are a few of the best options for watching the tournament:

1. FuboTV: FuboTV is one of the most affordable and comprehensive streaming services available, with over 65 channels including NBC, Fox, Univision, ESPN, TNT, and much more. You can also add on a package of World Cup games for an additional $40/month.

2. Sling TV: If you want to watch without cable but don’t want to spend too much money, Sling TV is a great option. You can get both ESPN and FOX Sports channels for only $20/month with no contracts or commitments.

3. PlayStation Vue: If you have a PS4 or Xbox One console, PlayStation Vue is another great option for watching the World Cup. The service offers dozens of live channels, including ESPN and FOX Sports networks along with Spanish-language networks like Telemundo and Unimas. You’ll need to pay an additional $45/month for the added channels though.

4. YouTube TV: YouTube TV is another great option if you want a cheap way to watch the World Cup without cable but don’t want to sacrifice quality. The service includes live channels from all four major U.S. broadcast networks as well as FS1, FS2, BTN, TNT, and many more. You can watch the World Cup for only $40/month with no contracts or commitments.

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