The World Cup starts to kick off on Sunday, 20th Nov. 2022 – a date that was only changed months before the tournament – With the first group stage match between Qatar and Ecuador. The group stage will last until December 2, with up to four games per day.
The 32 teams are divided into eight groups of four, symbolized by the letters A-H, and each team plays all of the other teams in its group once. The top two finishers in each group advance to the round of 16, which begins on Saturday, December 3. After that, the World Cup is a straight knockout tournament until the final on Sunday, December 18.
How To Watch Every Match:
English-language broadcasts will be available in the United States on Fox or its cable channel FS1 (many subscription streaming services include those channels, such as SlingTV, Fubo and Vidgo). Telecasts in Spanish will air on Telemundo or Universo and will be streamed on Peacock (the first 12 games will not require a paid subscription).
World Cup 2022 Groups:
GROUP A : QATAR, ECUADOR, SENEGAL, NETHERLANDS.
GROUP B : ENGLAND, IR IRAN, USA, WALES.
GROUP C : ARGENTINA, SAUDIA ARABIA, MEXICO, POLAND.
GROUP D : FRANCE, DENMARK, TUNISIA, AUSTRALIA.
GROUP E : SPAIN, GERMANY, JAPAN, COSTA RICA.
GROUP F : BELGIUM, CANADA, MOROCCO,CROATIA.
GROUP G : BRAZIL, SERBIA, SWITZERLAND, CAMEROON.
GROUP H : PORTUGAL, GHANA, URUGUAY, KOREA REPUBLIC.