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Qatar vs Ecuador Live Stream to kick off FIFA World Cup 2022™ on 20 November

FIFA World Cup 2022 Season 2022/2023: Qatar vs Ecuador live score updated real-time, The FIFA World Cup 2022™ will kick off with an even greater celebration for local and international fans as host country Qatar will now play Ecuador on Sunday 20 November at 19:00 as part of a stand-alone event.

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The opening match and ceremony of this year’s tournament at Al Bayt Stadium have been brought forward one day following a unanimous decision taken by the Bureau of the FIFA Council today. Consequently, the encounter between Senegal and the Netherlands has been rescheduled from 13:00 to 19:00 on Monday 21 November.

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The change ensures the continuity of a long-standing tradition of marking the start of the FIFA World Cup™ with an opening ceremony on the occasion of the first match featuring either the hosts or the defending champions. The decision followed an assessment of the competition and operational implications, as well as a thorough consultation process and an agreement with key stakeholders and the host country.

he release period, as previously decided and as governed by the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, will remain unchanged, beginning on 14 November 2022. Ticket holders will be duly notified by email that the relevant matches have been rescheduled and their tickets will remain valid irrespective of the new date/time. In addition, FIFA will seek to address any issues arising from this change on a case-by-case basis.

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The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ match schedule, as well as the competition regulations, have been amended accordingly.

The most widely viewed sporting event in the world returns when 32 teams compete in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Founded in 1930, World Cup is the most prestigious soccer tournament in the world. The tournament takes place every four years, excluding 1942 and 1946, due to World War II. The international event has been hosted in 17 countries since its inception with Qatar hosting for the first time this year.

The 2022 World Cup will begin on Sunday, November 20, and conclude on Sunday, December 18. Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar will host the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador and the final match of the tournament.

Check out all of the 2022 World Cup venues in the chart below.

2022 World Cup Venues

Venue Location Capacity
Lusail Iconic Stadium Lusail 80,000
Al Bayt Stadium Al Khor 60,000
Stadium 974 Doha 40,000
Al Janoub Stadium Al Wakrah 40,000
Al Thumama Stadium Doha 40,000
Khalifa International Stadium Al Rayyan 45,416
Education City Stadium Al Rayyan 45,350
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium Al Rayyan 44,740

22 Fast Facts About the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Qatar is the smallest country to host the World Cup

First World Cup in a Middle Eastern Country

First World Cup to not be held in May, June, or July

Second World Cup to be held entirely in Asia ( the 2002 World Cup was held in Japan and South Korea)

Qatar spent $200 billion in infrastructure to prepare for the games.

8 stadiums will host the games which are the fewest of any World Cup

7 of the 8 stadiums were newly constructed for the games

The sole existing stadium was renovated

First-ever Winter World Cup

For the first time, four World Cup matches will take place on Thanksgiving

Quadruple-header on Black Friday for the first time

A trio of women will make history as the first females to referee a men’s World Cup

The trailblazing referees are Stephanie Frappart (France), Salima Mukansanga (Rwanda), and Yoshimi Yamashita (Japan)

La’eeb is the mascot for this year’s tournament

“Hayya Hayya” by Trinidad Cardona, Davido, & Aisha is the official song of the 2022 World Cup

“Hayya Hayya” means “Better Together”

Wales qualified for the World Cup for the time since 1958 and Brazil is the only country to have qualified for every Wolrd Cup

This year is the 22nd edition of the tournament

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