This Wednesday, the FIFA unveiled the official calendar of the Qatar World Cup 2022. The tournament, which has generated high expectations due to the high temperatures that will be handled in the Middle East, will start on November 21 and end on December 18. The championship will be held in air-conditioned and state-of-the-art stages.
The first meeting will take place at the Al Bayt stadium with a capacity for 60,000 people and which pays homage to the typical shops of the Persian Gulf. The group stage will have four matches per day (12 days) so that the teams have more recovery time between each match.
Now you have to wait for the different heats to take place to know the classifieds and thus carry out the draw for venues and schedules.
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