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It will be a different World Cup, there is no doubt about that. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has several unprecedented details, such as being the first to be played in the Arab worldfor example, but the most distinctive issue has to do with the proximity between the eight stadiums where the tournament will be played. Given that, there is an interesting move from the organization: that a fan can go to see the 64 games!

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The particularity of the proximity between the venues could generate a record for World Cups. Qatar 2022 has eight stadiums: three within the downtown area of ​​Doha, four on the outskirts of the city and one further away, Al Bayt, in the north of the country. The maximum distance between stadiums, from Al Bayt to Al Janoub (south) is 45 kilometres. Very little.

Map of the World Cup stadiums.

Map of the World Cup stadiums.

Given the short distance between the stadiums, and the four times in which the matches will be played, which will be at 13, 16, 19 and 22 in Qatar (7, 10, 13 and 16 in Argentina), The organization started a moved so that one or more fans live the experience of being able to go to all the matches of the World Cup. It can. You have to run, but you can.

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there uOne hour between the end of one match and the start of the other, and since the distance is short, you can get there without problems. You have to look at the issue of traffic and others, but also keep in mind that the subway is very practical: seven stadiums can be reached by subway.

“We are looking for an enthusiastic football fan to take part in our record bid to attend every match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in person. This 29-day, 64-game journey will be a grueling yet rewarding challenge, joining a small group of super fans, trying to do something that has never been done before.”says the official website of the World Cup.

In order to have a chance of being one of the chosen ones, you must complete an application on the website of www.qatar2022.qa (click here and go directly to the petition). Also, meet a number of requirements, such as:

– A soccer fan

– Knowledge of social networks (ideally with a good number of followers)

– Convenient high-quality video recording, even in selfie mode, via your phone or other wearable device (GoPro)

– Able to speak conversational English

– At least 21 years old

– Physically fit

– Available to be in Qatar for the duration of the tournament (November 18-December 19)

– Fully vaccinated by a vaccine approved in the State of Qatar

You can now enter and leave the request and there is time until Friday, September 30, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. (Qatar time), 5:59 p.m. in our country.

The calendar and the stadiums.

The calendar and the stadiums.

The only thing to keep in mind is the definition of each group, because that time will be the only time where there will be games simultaneously (at 12:00 and 16:00 in our country).

The calendar of the World Cup Qatar 2022.

The calendar of the World Cup Qatar 2022.

An example to see four games in the same day:

We grab Tuesday, November 22: it starts with Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia at 13 (let’s go with Qatar time) at the Lusail Stadium. Then you have to go to Education City, 14 km away, where Denmark vs. Denmark play from 4 p.m. Tunisia.

Mexico and Poland continue the day, from 7:00 p.m. at 974 Stadium, 14.5 kilometers from Education City. The last match on that Tuesday is between France and Australia, from 10 pm at Al Janoub Stadium, also 14 km from 974. The metro arrives at the four mentioned venues, although the transfer time is longer than by car.

THE GROUPS

Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador

Group B: England, USA, Iran, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia

Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Australia

Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica

Group F: Belgium, Croatia, Morocco, Canada

Group G: Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea, Ghana

GROUP PHASE SCHEDULE

Sunday, November 20:​

Qatar vs. Ecuador (13:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Monday, November 21:

Senegal vs. Netherlands (7:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

England vs. Iran (10:00, Khalifa International Stadium)

United States vs. Wales (16:00, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Tuesday, November 22

ARGENTINA vs. Saudi Arabia (7:00, Lusail Stadium)

Denmark vs. Tunisia (10:00, Education City Stadium)

Mexico vs. Poland (13:00, Stadium 974)

France vs. Australia (16:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

Wednesday, November 23

Morocco vs. Croatia (7:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Germany vs. Japan (10:00, Khalifa International Stadium)

Spain vs. Costa Rica (13:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

Belgium vs. Canada (4:00 p.m., Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Thursday, November 24

Switzerland vs. Cameroon (7:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

Uruguay vs. South Korea (10:00, Education City Stadium)

Portugal vs. Ghana (13:00, Stadium 974)

Brazil vs. Serbia (16:00, Lusail Stadium)

Friday November 25

Wales vs. Iran (7:00, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Qatar vs. Senegal (10:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

Netherlands vs. Ecuador (13:00, Khalifa International Stadium)

England vs. United States (16:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Saturday November 26

Tunisia vs. Australia (7:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

Poland vs. Saudi Arabia (10:00, Education City Stadium)

France vs. Denmark (1:00 p.m., Stadium 974)

ARGENTINA vs. Mexico (16:00, Lusail Stadium)

Sunday November 27

Japan vs. Costa Rica (7:00, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Belgium vs. Morocco (10:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

Croatia vs. Canada (1:00 p.m., Khalifa International Stadium)

Spain vs. Germany (16:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Monday, November 28

Cameroon vs. Serbia (7:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

South Korea vs. Ghana (10:00, Education City Stadium)

Brazil vs. Switzerland (1:00 p.m., Stadium 974)

Portugal vs. Uruguay (16:00, Lusail Stadium)

Tuesday, November 29

Netherlands vs. Qatar (12:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Ecuador vs. Senegal (12:00, Khalifa International Stadium)

Wales vs. England (16:00, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Iran vs. United States (16:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

Wednesday, November 30

Tunisia vs. France (12:00, Education City Stadium)

Australia vs. Denmark (12:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

Poland vs. ARGENTINA (16:00, Stadium 974)

Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico (16:00, Lusail Stadium)

Thursday, December 1

Croatia vs. Belgium (12:00, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Canada vs. Morocco (12:00, Al Thumama Stadium)

Japan vs. Spain (16:00, Khalifa International Stadium)

Costa Rica vs. Germany (16:00, Al Bayt Stadium)

Friday December 2

South Korea vs. Portugal (12:00, Education City Stadium)

Ghana vs. Uruguay (12:00, Al Janoub Stadium)

Cameroon vs. Brazil (16:00, Lusail Stadium)

Serbia vs. Switzerland (16:00, Stadium 974)

LAST 16

​Saturday, December 3

1st A vs. 2nd B (12.00; match 49, Khalifa International Stadium)

1°C vs. 2nd D (4:00 p.m.; match 50, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium)

Sunday December 4

1st Dvs. 2° C (12.00; game 52, Al Thumama Stadium)

1st B vs. 2nd A (4:00 p.m.; match 51, Al Bayt Stadium)

Monday December 5

1st E vs. 2nd F (12.00; match 53, Al Janoub Stadium)

1st Gvs. H2nd (4:00 p.m.; match 54, Stadium 974)

Tuesday, December 6

1°F vs. 2nd E (12.00; game 55, Education City Stadium)

1st H vs. 2nd G (16:00; game 56, Lusail Stadium)

Rest: Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 December.

QUARTER FINALS

Friday December 9

Winner match 53 vs. winner game 54 (12:00; game 58, Education City Stadium)

Winner match 49 vs. winner match 50 (4:00 p.m.; match 57, Lusail Stadium)

Saturday December 10

Winner match 55 vs. winner match 56 (12.00; match 60, Al Thumama Stadium)

Winner match 51 vs. winner match 52 (16:00; match 59, Al Bayt Stadium)

Rest: Sunday December 11 and Monday 12.

SEMIFINALS

​Tuesday, December 13

Winner match 57 vs. winner match 58 (16.00, match 61, Lusail Stadium)

Wednesday, December 14

Winner match 59 vs. winner match 60 (16.00, match 62, Al Bayt Stadium)

New break: Thursday 15 and Friday 16 December.

THIRD PLACE

Saturday December 17 (12:00, Khalifa International Stadium).

FINAL

Sunday December 18 (12:00, Lusail Stadium)

The schedules of the World Cup Qatar 2022.

The schedules of the World Cup Qatar 2022.

FIRST LEVEL

The Al Bayt Stadium, second with the largest capacity in all of Qatar (it can receive 60,000 spectators), will host the opening match, which will have the host team as one of the protagonists. On the other hand, all the teams will want to reach the definition in the lusail stadiumwhere the final will be played under the watchful eye of 80,000 spectators.

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The organization of Qatar 2022 and FIFA further communicated that, due to the “compact nature of the tournament”, air travel will not be necessarysomething that facilitates the transportation of the national teams, journalists and fans within the Arab country.

The new Al Bayt stadium, where the opening match of the World Cup will be played, in Doha.

The new Al Bayt stadium, where the opening match of the World Cup will be played, in Doha.

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In addition, the stadium and schedule of the matches for the teams that make up the group stage will be determined once the final draw is madewhich will be this Friday, April 1, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. in Argentina.

Lusail Stadium, where the World Cup final will be played, also in Doha.

Lusail Stadium, where the World Cup final will be played, also in Doha.

Not a minor detail: the pairings are known, the best times for television audiences in each country will be assignedadapting itself as best as possible to Argentines who want to follow the Selection.

Another impressive stadium for the Qatar 2022 World Cup:

Source: www.ole.com.ar

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