These groups for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

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The 2022 Qatar The World Cup is approaching! A draw has been held today to define the content groups that will be held from Monday, November 21 to Sunday, December 18. Every 32 years, 32 teams will play in a tournament that the world expects.



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There are currently 29 qualified teams and the last three places will be determined Play-off match Which has not been played yet. The first of these will be played on June 7 between the UAE and Australia and the winner will face Peru on June 13 or 14 to determine which team will take place. The second play-off will be a direct elimination match between Costa Rica and New Zealand on 13 or 14 June.

The FIFA draw was held at the Doha City Convention Center in the presence of celebrities such as famous football players, personalities, artists and Egyptian singers, one of the most anticipated in the world. Sherrihan, President of FIFA Gianni Infantino And Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani Emir of Qatar The actor organized the draw Idris Elba | And journalists Reshmin Chowdhury . Also, the music content of the World Cup was presented for the first time, “Hi, hi (good together)” By Trinidad Cardona , David And Ayesha .

There was an emotional video to pay tribute to the recently deceased footballers: Diego Armando Maradona , Gard Muller , Paolo Rossi And Gordon Banks .

Didier Deschamps The coach who led France to the 2018 World Cup in Russia presented the trophy with the boy who celebrated his team’s victory on his father’s shoulder and went viral.

Is drawn by Samantha Johnson , Jermaine Genus And Carly Lloyd And by footballers cafu , J-J Okocha , Lothar Mathews , Ali Dai , Adel Ahmed Ali Mallalla , Bora Milutinovic , Rabah Majet And Tim Cahill .

The groups were as follows:

In group A.
Qatar
Ecuador
Senegal
The Netherlands
Group B
England
Iran
United States
European repetition
Group C.
Argentina
Saudi Arabia
Mexico
Poland
Group D
France
Intercontinental Repetition # 1
Denmark
Tunisia

Group E
Spain
Intercontinental Repetition # 2
Germany
Japan

Group F.
Belgium
Canada
Morocco
Croatia
Group G
Brazil
Serbian
Switzerland
Cameroon
Group H.
Portugal
Ghana
Uruguay
North Korea

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