Exactly two years after the 2018 World Cup final on July 15, 2018, FIFA announced the 2022 World Cup schedule, bringing the world to a new beginning, with time and Exact location to start.
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4 matches in a day
According to FIFA‘s announcement, Al Bayt, the 60,000-seat stadium, named after the shape and shape from the traditional tents used by the Gulf nomads, will be home to Qatar’s host. World Cup 2022 display on Monday, 11/21/2022 at 13 local times (10 GMT).
Local time starting for the group matches is set at 13:00, 16:00, 19:00, and 22:00, while the same time for the last round of the group stage and knockout time is 18:00 and 22:00. The Khalifa International will be hosting the 3rd place match on December 17. The final took place a day later at 18:00 at the Lusail yard which can accommodate 80,000 people.
In order for all teams to have the optimal rest between matches, the group stage will last 12 days and with 4 matches a day, obviously fans will have many options to follow.
More importantly, the short travel distance between locations and around Doha – not air travel between locations – will allow the organizers for the first time to optimize their match needs for the sake and the comfort of fans, teams, and media.
This is achieved through the arrangement of group matches for each round of matches and each playing time will be announced shortly after the splittable draw, which is currently scheduled after the qualifying round in March 2022. As soon as the matches are announced, FIFA will discuss a reasonable time for the TV partners of the participating teams.