FIFA World Cup 2022 | Play Fantasy Football on Fanspel

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India’s contribution to the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup

The Indian community’s contribution to the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be the shortest in FIFA history as well as the first to be held in the Middle East and the Arab world, is enormous.

Qatar 2022 will be the shortest FIFA World Cup in history, lasting 29 days, with the tiny Middle Eastern country hosting the mega event at eight venues: Khalifa International, Al Janoub, Educational City, Al Rayyan, Al Bayt, Al Thumama, Stadium 974, and Lusail Stadium.

According to aljazeera.com, more than 23,500 of the 1.8 million FIFA World Cup tickets sold in the first two phases of Qatar 2022 were purchased by Indian fans.

India was ranked seventh in ticket sales following the first phase of ticketing.

AIFF-QFA tie-up It’s possible that the All India Football Federation (AIFF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Qatar Football Association (QFA) to strengthen football ties between the two countries by chance.

Kalyan Chaubey (President) and Shaji Prabhakaran (Secretary General) of the AIFF met with QFA President Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Thani, General Secretary Mansoor Al Ansari, and other Senior Board Members during their recent visit to Doha to discuss a strategic alliance for the mutual benefit of football in both India and Qatar.

In order to discuss the future of Indian football, the newly elected AIFF office holders also spoke with Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA. At Qatar 2022, India will be visible everywhere. Despite the nation’s failure to earn a spot in the FIFA World Cup, it will be represented at the mega-sporting event by a replica of the Uru, a traditional wooden dhow built in Beypore, Kozhikode, and used in antiquity for trade with Mesopotamia.

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Arab culture

The International Dhow Festival, which will take place in conjunction with the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, will feature a 27-foot-long all-wooden and coir yacht that is being built to order at Beypore, historically known for producing Urus.

The Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup will begin on November 20 and conclude on December 18, to coincide with Qatar’s National Day, at the 80,000-seater iconic Lusail Stadium, which embodies the country’s ambition and passion for sharing Arab culture with the rest of the world.

Overall this will be extremely exciting for football fans from around the world as they will be witnessing the world cup live in a different avatar this time as a new host is ready to take over the world of football.

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The FIFA World Cup Schedule

Group Stage fixtures

Monday, November 21

Group A

Senegal v Netherlands — Al Thumama Stadium (1 pm)

Qatar v Ecuador — Al Bayt Stadium (7 pm)

Group B

England v Iran — Khalifa International Stadium (4 pm)

USA v Wales/Scotland/Ukraine — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (10 pm)

Tuesday, November 22

Group C

Argentina v Saudi Arabia — Lusail Stadium (1 pm)

Mexico v Poland — Stadium 974 (7 pm)

Group D

Denmark vs. Tunisia — Education City Stadium (4 pm)

Francevs.v Peru/UAE/Australia — Al Janoub Stadium (10pm)

Wednesday, November 23

Group E

Germany vs. Japan, Khalifa International Stadium (4 pm)

Spain v Costa Rica/New Zealand — Al Thumama Stadium (7 pm)

Group F

Morocco v Croatia — Al Bayt Stadium (1 pm)

Belgium v Canada — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, (10 pm)

Thursday, November 24

Group G

Switzerland v Cameroon — Al Janoub Stadium (1 pm)

Brazil v Serbia — Lusail Stadium (10pm)

Group H

Uruguay v South Korea — Education City Stadium (4 pm)

Portugal v Ghana — Stadium 974 (7 pm)

Friday, November 25

Group A

Qatar v Senegal — Al Thumama Stadium (4 pm)

the Netherlands v Ecuador — Khalifa International Stadium (7 pm)

Group B

Wales/Scotland/Ukraine v Iran — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (1 pm)

England v USA — Al Bayt Stadium, (10 pm)

Saturday, November 26

Group C

Poland v Saudi Arabia — Education City Stadium (4 pm)

Argentina v Mexico — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Group D

Tunisia v Peru/UAE/Australia — Al Janoub Stadium (1 pm)

France v Denmark — Stadium 974 (7 pm)

Sunday, November 27

Group E

Japan v Costa Rica/New Zealand — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (1 pm)

Spain v Germany — Al Bayt Stadium (10 pm)

Group F

Belgium v Morocco — Al Thumama Stadium (4 pm)

Croatia v Canada — Khalifa International Stadium (7 pm)

Monday, November 28

Group G

Cameroon v Serbia — Al Janoub Stadium (1 pm)

Brazil v Switzerland — Stadium 974 (7 pm)

Group H

South Korea v Ghana — Education City Stadium (4 pm)

Portugal v Uruguay — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Tuesday, November 29

Group A

Netherlands v Qatar — Al Bayt Stadium (7 pm)

Ecuador v Senegal — Khalifa International Stadium (7 pm)

Group B

Iran v USA — Al Thumama Stadium (10 pm)

Wales/Scotland/Ukraine v England — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (10 pm)

Wednesday, November 30

Group C

Poland v Argentina — Stadium 974 (10 pm)

Saudi Arabia v Mexico — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Group D

Peru/UAE/Australia v Denmark — Al Janoub Stadium (7 pm)

Tunisia v France — Education City Stadium (7 pm)

Thursday, December 1

Group E

Japan v Spain — Khalifa International Stadium (10 pm)

Costa Rica/New Zealand v Germany — Al Bayt Stadium (10 pm)

Group F

Croatia v Belgium — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (7 pm)

Canada v Morocco — Al Thumama Stadium (7 pm)

Friday, December 2

Group G

Serbia v Switzerland — Stadium 974 (10 pm)

Cameroon v Brazil — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Group H

Ghana v Uruguay — Al Janoub Stadium (7 pm)

South Korea v Portugal — Education City Stadium (7 pm)

Round of 16

Saturday, December 3

Match 49 — Group A winner v Group B runner-up — Khalifa International Stadium (7 pm)

Match 50 — Group C winner v Group D runner-up — Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (10 pm)

Sunday, December 4

Match 51 — Group B winner v Group A runner-up — Al Bayt Stadium (10 pm)

Match 52 — Group D winner v Group C runner-up — Al Thumama Stadium (7 pm)

Monday, December 5

Match 53 — Group E winner v Group F runner-up — Al Janoub Stadium, (7 pm)

Match 54 — Group G winner v Group H runner-up — Stadium 947, (10 pm)

Tuesday, December 6

Match 55 — Group F winner v Group E runner-up — Education City Stadium (7 pm)

Match 56 — Group H winner v Group G runner-up — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Quarterfinals

Friday, December 9

Match 57 — Match 49 winner v Match 50 winner — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Match 58 — Match 53 winner v Match 54 winner — Education City Stadium (7 pm)

Saturday, December 10

Match 59 — Match 51 winner v Match 52 winner — Al Bayt Stadium (10 pm)

Match 60 — Match 55 winner v Match 56 winner — Al Thumama Stadium (7 pm)

Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13

Match 61 — Match 57 winner v Match 58 winner — Lusail Stadium (10 pm)

Wednesday, December 14

Match 62 — Match 59 winner v Match 60 winner — Al Bayt Stadium (10 pm)

Third-place play-off

Saturday, December 17

Match 63 — Khalifa International Stadium (7 pm)

World Cup Final

Sunday, December 18

Match 64 — Lusail Stadium (7 pm)

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