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Qatar 2022: Check Out All Teams That Has Qualified For World Cup

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It’s time to take care of their qualifications to Qatar 2022 as nations begin to secure their places at the tournament next year. Several teams have qualified for the renowned event while others will have to settle their fate through the play-off which will take place later next year.

 

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As the host nation, Qatar already has been given an automatic qualification to next year’s event, which will be having 32 teams in eight groups of four and will be held between November 21 and December 18.

A World Cup for four time, winners Germany were the first team to book a spot through the qualification process in October as UEFA Group J winners, with Denmark booking their place just one day later.

In November, Brazil – the most successful national team in World Cup history with five trophies – became the fourth team to secure qualification as one of the top four teams in South America’s groups.

 

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Check the table beneath to see all the confirmed teams as at today

The World Cup Format and Schedule?

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will have 32 teams in eight groups of four.

Four matches will be played every day during the gathering stage, which will run over a 12-day time frame and see winners and other runners-up progress to the round of 16.

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Matches will only be assigned to particular venues after the finals draw, so organisers can choose optimal kick-off times to suit television audiences in different countries, as well as supporters in Qatar.

The finals draw is scheduled to take place in April 2022, after the March window for international fixtures.

Unlike at Euro 2020, there will be a third-place play-off game on December 17.

Group stage: November 21- December 2
Round of 16: December 3-6
Quarter-finals: December 9/10
Semi-finals: December 13/14
Final: December 18

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Kick-Off of Matches

FIFA has affirmed the initial two rounds of matches will start off at 1pm, 4pm, 7pm and 10pm nearby time (10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm in the United Kingdom).

Kick-off times in the final round of group games and knock-out round matches will be at 6pm and 10pm local time (3pm and 7pm UK time).

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The last is booked to start off at 6pm neighborhood time (3pm UK time)

The World Cup Venues

The group games will happen across eight stadia: Al Bayt Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Education City Stadium and Al Janoub Stadium.

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Transfer: Lewandowski agrees three-year deal with Barcelona

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Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski has agreed a three-year contract with Barcelona.

This claim was made by respected transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano.

According to Romano, this agreement has been in place for months now and the only thing left is for both clubs to strike a deal.

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“Nothing has changed in Robert Lewandowski’s mind. He’s still convinced on Barcelona as next club after personal terms agreed months ago on a three year deal, no negotiations with any other club as of now.

“Barcelona will contact FC Bayern again soon,” Romano tweeted.

Lewandowski has one year left on his current deal with the Bundesliga champions and has publicly declared his desire to leave this summer.

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EPL: Man Utd list conditions for Ronaldo to leave as Chelsea, Bayern wait

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Manchester United will only allow Cristiano Ronaldo leave on their own terms.

This is according to Sky Sports News chief reporter, Kaveh Solhekol.

Although United’s public stance is that Ronaldo is not for sale, they are ready to let the player leave if a deal that suited all parties is agreed.

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“Manchester United’s official position is that Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale.

“But United would let him leave if a deal could be agreed with another club which suited all parties.

“If Ronaldo was to leave, it would be on United’s terms as well as Ronaldo’s,” Solhekol said.

Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Napoli are all monitoring Ronaldo’s situation at Old Trafford.

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EPL: It’ll be a win-win – Paul Merson tells Ronaldo club to join

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Arsenal legend, Paul Merson has backed Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo to join Premier League giants, Chelsea, this summer.

Merson believes it would be a win-win situation if Ronaldo joins Chelsea from Manchester United.

Ronaldo had already informed Man United that he wanted to leave the club if they found a suitable offer.

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The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been linked with Chelsea, Bayern Munich, AS Roma and Napoli in the past.

“I think he might be tempted to leave as it goes – the way it is going at the moment,” Merson wrote in his Sky column.

“We are hearing that he wants to play in the Champions League, so I think that might happen.

“I think it will be a win-win situation if he does go [to Chelsea]. I think it needs to get sorted sooner than later – the season’s like four or five weeks away.

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“It’s been clear Man Utd won’t be in the Champions League for a long time. I don’t know why this wasn’t nipped in the bud early doors.

“It’s hard to drag on this long. I’d be a bit disappointed if I was a Man Utd fan.”

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World Cup 2022: They’re united – Tevez names favourite country to win tournament in Qatar

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Former Manchester City and Manchester United striker, Carlos Tevez has backed Argentina to win the World Cup in Qatar this year.

Tevez believes Argentina have a great chance to win the World Cup, adding that Lionel Messi and his Albicelestes teammates are united.

“It would make me very happy if Lionel Messi were to lift the World Cup in Qatar,” Tevez was quoted by Sportskeeda as saying.

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“I see a very united group, they go on vacation together and that is not normal. We have great chances of being able to lift the cup.”

Argentina are in Group C in the 2022 World Cup and will face Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Poland.

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