FIFA World Cup 2022– History, Qualifiers, Prize ,Winners and Venue

fifa world cup 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022 will begin on November 20, 2022, in Qatar. The host nation will face Ecuador in the first game. The FIFA World Cup 2022 will kick off with a game between Ecuador and Qatar on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar

All about FIFA world cup

FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association). Association football, futsal, and beach soccer are all governed, managed, and promoted by FIFA an international regulatory body. It is in charge of planning all significant football competitions, including the FIFA Women’s World Cup and the Football World Cup (FIFA World Cup). It has been organizing the FIFA World Cup since 1930, and it has been organizing the Women’s World Cup since 1991.

On May 21, 1904, Belgium, France, Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, and Switzerland joined FIFA. Presently, a total of 211 national associations is members of FIFA which had a headquarter  in Zurich and is controlled by Swiss law. Gianni Infantino has been the FIFA president since July 2017.

Additionally, FIFA offers a monthly publication called FIFA 1904. It is available for free online and also available in print editions. The 68-page magazine features in-depth interviews and stories about football from throughout the world. Although it focuses mostly on FIFA’s initiatives, events, competitions, and member associations.

Additionally, FIFA has a stand-alone Ethics Committee, that is responsible for looking into potential Code of Ethics offenses. The adjudicatory chamber and the investigating chamber are independent chambers as of 2012.

 

 

History

The Global Cup, also known as the FIFA World Cup, is a four-year competition between men’s national teams that determines the world champion in football (soccer). Women’s national football teams compete in the same tournament, known as the Women’s World Cup.

In 1930, Uruguay won the first cup competition organized by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Except for World War II,the tournament is held every four years thereafter. It consists of international, divisional tournaments which result in elimination rounds between 32 national teams. Because World Cup teams are not limited to players of a certain age or amateur level, it more closely resembles a competition between the best players in the world. Referees are selected from lists provided by all national associations.

 The trophy was called the Jules Rimet Trophy from 1930 to 1970 because the Frenchman came up with the idea of the tournament. In 1970, after winning it three times before (1958, 1962, and 1970), Brazil got it permanently and a new trophy known as the FIFA World Cup was put up for competition.

How FIFA world cup works

The 32 teams are divided into eight groups of four teams each using the letters A to H. In the group stage of the tournament, each team plays with another one in their group. In each group, the top two finishers are selected for the next match in the round of 16. Therefore, the World Cup is a single-elimination tournament.

Talk about group-stage math.

A victory results in three points, a tie results in one point, and a defeat results in no points. This can cause teams from the same group to end with an equal number of points.

What if the teams finish tied on points?

You will be exposed to the magnificent tie-breaking idea of goal difference if there is a tie within the group. A lopsided win (or loss) can be excellent insurance or a catastrophic failure because it is the difference between the number of goals a team achieves and the number it has conceded. There are even more issues if a tie in a group is not resolved by points or goal differential. Keep those in mind later.

FIFA World Cup Winners list 1930-2022

The FIFA World Cup, which is held every four years, features a competition between the men’s football teams of all international associations. The tournament was first played in 1930. And since then it has been held every four years (except 1942 and 1946). The title is currently held by Germany, but Uruguay won it in 1930. We have given the complete list of previous World Cup winners along with the year below.

YearHost NationWinnerRunner upFinal ScoreNumber of Teams
1930UruguayUruguayArgentina4-213
1934ItalyItalyCzechoslovakia2-116
1938FranceItalyHungary4-215
1950BrazilUruguayBrazil2-113
1954SwitzerlandWest GermanyHungary3-216
1958SwedenBrazilSweden4-216
1962ChileBrazilCzechoslovakia3-116
1966EnglandEnglandWest Germany4-216
1970MexicoBrazilItaly4-116
1974West GermanyGermanyNetherlands2-116
1978ArgentinaArgentinaNetherlands3-116
1982SpainItalyWest Germany3-124
1986MexicoArgentinaWest Germany3-224
1990ItalyWest GermanyArgentina1-024
1994USABrazilItaly0-0 (3-2)24
1998FranceFranceBrazil3-032
2002South Korea/JapanBrazilGermany2-032
2006GermanyItalyFrance1-1 (5-3)32
2010South AfricaSpainNetherlands1-032
2014BrazilGermanyArgentina1-032
2018RussiaFranceCroatia4-232
2022QatarArgentinaFrance3-3(4-2)32

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule

We have created a date-by-date FIFA World Cup 2022 schedule of the events with the team names. The matches will be played on the date shown below, group by group.

Schedule A-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Qatar Sunday, 20th November Ecuador
Senegal Monday, 21st November Netherlands
Qatar Friday, 25th November Senegal
Netherlands Friday, 25th November Ecuador
Netherlands Tuesday, 29th November Qatar
Ecuador Tuesday, 29th November Senegal

Schedule B-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
England Monday, 21st November Iran
USA Monday, 21st November Wales
Wales Friday, 25th November Iran
England Friday, 25th November USA
Wales Tuesday, 29th November England
Iran Tuesday, 29th November USA

Schedule C-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Argentina Tuesday, 22nd November S. Arabia
Mexico Saturday, 26th November Poland
Poland Saturday, 26th November S. Arabia
Argentina Saturday, 26th November Mexico
Poland Wednesday, 30th November Argentina
S. Arabia Wednesday, 30th November Mexico

Schedule  D-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Denmark Tuesday, 22nd November  Tunisia
France Tuesday, 22nd November  Australia
Tunisia Saturday, 26th November  Australia
Tunisia Saturday, 26th November  Australia
Tunisia Wednesday, 30th November  France
Australia Wednesday, 30th November  Denmark

Schedule  E-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Germany Wednesday, 23rd November  Japan
Spain Wednesday, 23rd November  Costa Rica
Japan Wednesday, 23rd November  Costa Rica
Spain Wednesday, 23rd November  Germany
Japan Thursday, 1st December  Spain
Costa Rica Thursday, 1st December  Germany

Schedule  F-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Morocco Wednesday, 23rd November  Croatia
Belgium Wednesday, 23rd November  Canada
Belgium Sunday, 27th November  Morocco
Croatia Sunday, 27th November  Canada
Croatia Thursday, 1st December  Belgium
Canada Thursday, 1st December  Morocco

Schedule  G-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Switzerland Thursday, 24th November Cameroon
Brazil Thursday, 24th November Serbia
Cameroon Monday, 28th November Serbia
Brazil Monday, 28th November Switzerland
Cameroon Friday, 2nd December Brazil
Serbia Friday, 2nd December Switzerland

Schedule H-Group

Team 1 Match Date Team 2
Uruguay Thursday, 24th November South Korea
Portugal Thursday, 24th November Ghana
South Korea Monday, 28th November Ghana
Portugal Monday, 28th November Uruguay
South Korea Friday, 2nd December Portugal
Ghana Friday, 2nd December Uruguay

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers

FIFA world cup 2022 qualified teams

FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16

Group A 1st (Netherlands)[3] vs. Group B 2nd (USA)[1] Winner: Netherlands

Group C 1st (Argentina)[2] vs. Group D 2nd (Australia)[1] Winner:Argentina

Group D 1st (France)[3] vs. Group C 2nd (Poland)[1] Winner:France

Group B 1st (England)[3] vs. Group A 2nd (Senegal)[0] Winner:England

Group E 1st (Croatia)[1(3)] vs. Group F 2nd (Japan)[1(1)] Winner: Croatia

Group G 1st (Brazil)[4] vs. Group H 2nd (South Korea)[1] Winner:Brazil

Group H 1st (Portugal)[6] vs. Group G 2nd (Switzerland)[1] Winner: Portugal

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals

  • (Argentina)[2(4)] vs. (Netherlands)[2(3)]  Winner: Argentina
  • (Croatia)[1(4)] Brazil vs. [1(2)] Winner: Croatia
  • (France)[2]  vs. (England)[1] Winner: France
  • (Morocco) [1] vs. (Portugal)[0] Winner: Morocco

FIFA World Cup 2022 Semi-finals

  • (Argentina)[3] vs. (Croatia)[0]  Winner: Argentina
  • (France)[2]  vs. (Morocco)[0] Winner: France

FIFA World Cup 2022 Winners

Argentina defeated France on penalties in the FIFA World Cup 2022. This is the first time in 36 years that this has occurred. After extra time, the game was a tie.

Argentina won the World Cup for the third time in 36 years, defeating France 4-2 on penalties.

  • (Argentina)[3(4)] vs. (France)[3(2)] 

      Winner: Argentina

FIFA World Cup 2022 Venue

64 total matches will be contested during the FIFA World Cup 2022 between the various teams to determine the title of the new World Champion. The 64 matches that will be held in Qatar will take place at 8 different locations.

Name of the Venue

Location

Number of Matches

Lusail Stadium

Lusail,

10

Al Bayt Stadium

Al Khor

9

Al Janoub Stadium

Al Wakrah

7

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

Al Rayyan

7

Khalifa International Stadium

Doha

8

Education City Stadium

Doha

8

Stadium 974, Ras Abu Aboud

Doha

7

Al Thumama Stadium

Doha

8

FIFA World Cup 2022 Prize

Position

Prize Money ($)

Prize Money (INR)

Winners

$42 million

Rs. 344 crores

Runners-up

$30 million

Rs. 245 crores

3rd place

$27 million

Rs. 220 crores

4th place

$25 million

Rs. 204 crores

5th -8th place

$17 million

Rs. 138 crores

9th-16th place

$13 million

Rs. 106 crores

17th-32th place

$9 million

Rs. 74 crores

Frequently asked questions:

  1. When was the first World Cup held?

In 1930, the FIFA World Cup debuted.

  1. Who won the last World Cup?

France won the last FIFA World Cup in Russia in 2018.

  1. When is the next World Cup?

The next FIFA World Cup, the 2022 World Cup, will take place in Qatar.

  1. Where will the 2022 FIFA World Cup be held?

Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

  1. Who has won the most World Cups?

Brazil won the FIFA World Cup five times in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002.

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