FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

Football Worldcup History

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

The first football world cup was held by Uruguay in 1930. 13 countries participated in that tournament. 9 countries from the USA & 4 countries from Europe. Uruguay vs Argentina played the Final match. The Host country won the first football world cup and the host country Uruguay beat Argentina by 4-3 goals in front of 93.000 people at Centenario Stadium in Montevideo city.

 

The world cup’s first goal was scored by Lucien Laurent of France. After 4 days the first Hat-Trick was scored by Bert Patenaude of the USA. Then in 1934 the 2nd football world cup was held in Italy and the same record repeated, the host country Italy won that 2nb football world cup but in the year 1938, the 3rd football world cup was held in France and Italy is the defending champion won the world cup again for the 2nd time. In this tournament Ernest Willimowski the Polish Stricker scored 4 goals against Brazil and he was the first player who scores 4 goals in football world cup history but Brazil won that game 6-5 goals.  

 

After that, The Second World War was started and the Football World Cup Tournament was discontinued. According to the rules of the Football World Cup, every Football World Cup is held every 4th year. So, the 1942 and 1946 Football world cup tournament was cancelled for Second World War II reason.

 

In the Year 1950, Brazil got the opportunity to organise the 4th Football world cup tournament. Here, only this time INDIA got the opportunity to participate in the Football World Cup. Uruguay was the champion in this 4th World Cup Tournament. 

Please read the point below“Why didn’t India play in the FIFA world cup?”

 

 Football World Cup Champion Country

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Have a look the all the Football World Cup Champion country details below:

Year Host Country Winning Country
1930 Uruguay Uruguay
1934 Italy Italy
1938 France Italy
1950 Brazil Uruguay
1954 Switzerland West Germany
1958 Sweden Brazil
1962 Chile Brazil
1966 England England
1970 Mexico Brazil
1974 West Germany West Germany
1978 Argentina Argentina
1982 Spain Italy
1986 Mexico Argentina
1990 Italy West Germany
1994 United State Brazil
1998 France France
2002 South Korea / Japan Brazil
2006 Germany Italy
2010 South Africa Spain
2014 Brazil Germany
2018 Russia France
2022 Qatar Argentina

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FIFA World Cup Trophy

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In the year 1930 when The first Football World Cup Tournament was organized by FIFA in Uruguay that time the trophy name was Jules Rimet Trophy. He was the President of FIFA. The longest president of FIFA. He holds this position for 33 years (1921 – 1954). Also, He worked as the president of the French Football Federation in the year of 1919 to 1942. FIFA gave the name Jules Rimet Trophy as his honour.

On the Football World Cup journey, there is two trophies had been used. The first one named was Jules Rimet Trophy and the second one was named FIFA World Cup. After the final Football world cup match the winning team or champion country gets the Football World Cup Tournament trophy from the FIFA world cup association.

Now, let us know about the Trophy. There are two trophies had been used for this world cup. First, is Jules Rimet Trophy from 1930 to 1970 and The FIFA World Cup Trophy continues from 1970 to the present day.

The Jules Rimet trophy was made of gold-plated sterling silver and lapis lazuli. It is drawn from Nike.  In 1974  FIFA world cup association introduced a new trophy instead of the Jules Rimet Trophy. The subsequent trophy is called the “FIFA World Cup Trophy”. It is made of 18-karat (30,875 carats) gold and its base is made from malachite with bands. This World cup weight is 6.1 kilograms, height is 36.8 centimetres. Stabilimento Artistico Bertoni company built this trophy. It is an Italian company. On this trophy, we see two humans holding up on our earth. The current holder is the Football world cup champion in France. They are the winner of the 2018 football World cup and defending champion of the 2022 football world cup.

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Tournament Rules

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Each game has 90 minutes of playing time, 45 minutes in the first half and the second half is 45 minutes. If the play is stopped for any reason, the referees will add an extra few minutes. This is called extra minutes.

Every team is playing with 11 number of player, there is 1 player for goalkeeping, and the other players are defenders, wingers, midfielders and strikers. This is a team game, you need to know every player’s strategy and instruction in your team. You can not win the game with a one-man army strategy like in other games. 

A total of 32 teams are going to participate in this tournament. The first round of matches is a group stage match, all the teams face their opponent country or team one by one, and after the match, winner team gets 1 point each, there are no elimination or knock-out rules. After the 1st round, 16 teams will qualify for the second round as per the points table. Those teams standing in the top position they are going to the second round In every group, the top 2 teams will qualify for the second round on a points basis. Those who hold the top most points,  they are getting qualified for the next round.

This is the second round, and it is a knock-out round. If one team will lose the game then they are not qualified for the next round. All the game is a do-or-die match, This is the stage where every game is going to have extra time if the result will not come in the sanctioned time (90 minutes) then extra 30 minutes will be given in this game, First, half is playing 15 minutes and the second half is playing 15 minutes. If the game still has no result or draw then Tiebreaker shooting will start, It means every team gets a chance to shots to the goalpost, whereas the goalkeeper is standing on the goalpost. The final rule is if it still has “no result or draws” then the toss will happen and the winning team will go to the next round.  Accordingly, the semifinal stage and final match will come. Finally, we have one team as a winner and another team as a runner in this tournament.

In the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Tournament, all the rounds are:

  1. Group stage (Nov 20 – Dec 2)
  2. Round Of 16   (Dec 3 – Dec 6)
  3. Quarter Final (Dec 9 – Dec 10)
  4. Semi-Final (Dec 13 – Dec 14)
  5. 3rd Place (Dec 17)
  6. Final  (Dec 18)

In every game, there are 4 referees in every match and there is one person who controls the full game with the help of two linesmen. The fourth referee is working for changing the players and giving instructions to play an extra minute to the main referee.

The main referee is going to operate the game on the field and the other two referring is called linesman, they assist the main referee when the ball is on the field or out of the field, and also they are giving instruction for foul, Offsides, goal-kicks, corners, freekick, penalty. Now the main referee has the new advanced feature to take the right decision with the help of a video, if he could not make any decision then he will make the decision after watching the video clips about the game.

There is new technology is taken by FIFA. VAR technology, One Main VAR referee will watch all the live videos about the game and 3 assistant referees will assist to main VAR referee. The Main VAR referee gives instructions to the Main referee on the field to operate and take the right decision with the help of live video.  Here VAR means Video Assistance Referee. So, a total of 5 referees are going to control every football game in the football World cup stadium.

Have a look at all the rules for the Qatar World Cup 2022:

  • Every first round of matches will be played in the Round Robin Format. It means two matches will be played (Home and Away match) but now one match will play in neutral territory.
  • The next round is knocked out format. If you lose then you will be out of the game.
  • If you win then you will get 3 points, Draw for the 1 point and 0 for a loss.
  • If two team has the same points then the goal difference will count for the qualify.
  • If you get a red card then you miss the next match.
  • One team wears a light colour jersey and the opponent team wears a dark colour jersey.

Fair play points for every team:

  1. First, a yellow card means 1 point is deducted.
  2. A second yellow card means 3 points are deducted.
  3. A direct Red card means 4 points are deducted.
  4. Yellow and a direct red card mean 5 points are deducted.

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      Groups, Match Schedule, Qualify Teams

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      Groups 

       

       

      There are 31 teams who qualified for this FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Host Country QATAR got the direct chance to play in this world cup. A total of 32 teams are playing in the FIFA Football World Cup Qatar 2022 Tournament. There are 8 groups in this tournament and each group has 4 teams. Here “Group E” is called Group Of Death in this world cup tournament. Some of the countries that could not qualify for this tournament. Those countries are Italy, Sweden Scotland, Ukraine, Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt, Colombia, Chile, Peru, New Zealand and Russia (Russia is banned for four years due to manipulation of the dope tests).

       

      Match Schedule

      Group Stage – Round 1

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      20.11.2022 Qatar vs Ecuador 9.30 pm
      21.11.2022 England vs IR Iran 6.30 pm
      21.11.2022 Senegal vs Netherlands 9.30 pm
      22.11.2022 USA vs Wales 12.30 am
      22.11.2022 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia 3.30 pm
      22.11.2022 Denmark vs Tunisia 6.30 pm
      22.11.2022 Mexico vs Poland 9.30 pm
      23.11.2022 France vs Australia 12.30 am
      23.11.2022 Morocco vs Croatia

      3.30 pm

      23.11.2022 Germany vs Japan 6.30 pm
      23.11.2022 Spain vs Costarica 9.30 pm
      24.11.2022 Belgium vs Canada 12.30 am
      24.11.2022 Switzerland vs Cameroon 3.30 pm
      24.11.2022 Uruguay vs Korea Republic 6.30 pm
      24.11.2022 Portugal vs Ghana 9.30 pm
      25.11.2022 Brazil vs Serbia 12.30 am
      25.11.2022 Wales vs IR Iran 3.30 pm
      25.11.2022 Qatar vs Senegal 6.30 pm
      25.11.2022 Netherlands vs Ecuador 9.30 pm
      26.11.2022 England vs USA 12.30 am
      26.11.2022 Tunisia vs Australia 3.30 pm
      26.11.2022 Poland vs Saudi Arabia 6.30 pm
      26.11.2022 France vs Denmark 9.30 pm
      27.11.2022 Argentina vs Mexico 12.30 am
      27.11.2022 Japan vs Costa Rica 3.30 pm
      27.11.2022 Belgium vs Morocco 6.30 pm
      27.11.2022 Croatia vs Canada 9.30 pm
      28.11.2022 Spain vs Germany 12.30 am
      28.11.2022 Cameroon vs Serbia 3.30 pm
      28.11.2022

      Korea Republic Vs Ghana

      6.30 pm
      28.11.2022 Brazil vs Switzerland 9.30 pm
      29.11.2022 Portugal vs Uruguay 12.30 am
      29.11.2022 Ecuador vs Senegal 8.30 pm
      29.11.2022 Netherlands vs Qatar 8.30 pm
      30.11.2022 IR Iran vs USA 12.30 am
      30.11.2022 Wales vs England 12.30 am
      30.11.2022 Tunisia vs France 8.30 pm
      30.11.2022 Australia vs Denmark 8.30 pm
      01.12.2022 Poland vs Argentina 12.30 am
      01.12.2022 Saudi Arabia vs Mexico 12.30 am
      01.12.2022 Croatia vs Belgium 8.30 pm
      01.12.2022 Canada vs Morocco 8.30 pm
      02.12.2022 Japan vs Spain 12.30 am
      02.12.2022 Costa Rica vs Germany 12.30 am
      12.30 am Koria Republic vs Portugal 8.30 pm
      02.12.2022 Ghana vs Uruguay 8.30 pm
      03.12.2022 Serbia vs Switzerland 12.30 am
      03.12.2022 Cameroon vs Brazil 12.30 am

      Round Of 16 – Pre Quarter Final

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      03.12.2022 Netherlands vs USA 8.30 pm
      04.12.2022 Argentina vs Australia 12.30 am
      04.12.2022 France vs Poland 8.30 pm
      05.12.2022 England vs Senegal 12.30 am
      05.12.2022 Japan vs Croatia 8.30 pm
      06.12.2022 Brazil vs Koria Republic 12.30 am
      06.12.2022 Morocco vs Spain 8.30 pm
      07.12.2022 Portugal vs Switzerland 12.30 am

      Quarter Final

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      09.12.2022 Croatia vs Brazil 8.30 pm
      10.12.2022 Netherlands vs Argentina 12.30 am
      11.12.2022 Morocco vs Portugal 8.30 pm
      12.11.2022 England vs France 12.30 am

       

      Semi-Final

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      14.12.2022 Match “9” Winners vs Match “10” Winners 12.30 am
      15.12.2022 Match “11” Winners vs Match “12” Winners 12.30 am

       

       

      3rd Position Match

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      17.12.2022 Croatia vs Morocco 8.30 pm

       

       

      Final

      👉Date and Time Follow by India Standard Time ‎(UTC+5:30)👈
      Date Match Time
      18.12.2022 Argentina vs France 8.30 pm

       

       

      Qualify Teams

      Here are the qualified teams below,

      👇All the Name are given as per the Group Schedule:👇

      Qatar:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Saad Al Sheeb (Al Sadd)
      • Mishaal Barshim (Al Sadd)
      • Youssef Hassan (Al-Gharafa)

      Defenders:

      • Pedro Miguel (or Ró-Ró) (Al-Sadd)
      • Abdul Karim Hassan (Al-Sadd)
      • Tariq Salman (Al-Sadd)
      • Musab Khader (Al-Sadd)
      • Hammam Al-Amin (Al-Gharafa)
      • Bassam Al-Rawi (Al-Duhail)
      • Boualem Khoukhi (Al-Sadd)
      • Jassem Jaber (Al-Arabi)

      Midfielders:

      • Abdulaziz Hatem (Al-Rayyan)
      • Muhammad Waad (Al Sadd)
      • Ali Asad (Al Sadd)
      • Salem Al Hajri (Al Sadd)
      • Karim Boudiaf (Al-Duhail)
      • Asim Madbo (Al-Duhail)
      • Mustafa Tariq Mishaal (Al Sadd)

      Forwards:

      • Akram Afif (Al Sadd)
      • Ahmed Alaa (Al-Gharafa)
      • Muhammad Muntari (Al-Duhail)
      • Hassan Al Haidos (Al Sadd)
      • Ismail Muhammad (Al-Duhail)
      • Khaled Munir (Al-Wakra)
      • Al-Moez Ali (Al-Duhail)
      • Nayef Al-Hadrami (Al-Rayyan)

      Ecuador:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Alexander Dominguez (Liga de Quito)
      • Hernan Galindez (Aucas)
      • Moises Ramirez (Independiente del Valle)

      Defenders: 

      • Pervis Estupinan (Brighton & Hove Albion)
      • Angelo Preciado (Gent)
      • Piero Hincapie (Bayer Leverkusen)
      • Xavier Arreaga (Seattle Sounders)
      • Diego Palacios (Los Angeles FC)
      • Jackson Porozo (Troyes)
      • Robert Arboleda (Sao Paulo)
      • Felix Torres (Santos Laguna)
      • William Pacho (Royal Antwerp FC)

      Midfielders:

      • Moises Caicedo (Brighton)
      • Jose Cifuentes (Los Angeles FC)
      • Alan Franco (Talleres)
      • Jhegson Mendez (Los Angeles FC)
      • Carlos Gruezo (Augsburg)
      • Gonzalo Plata (Valladolid)
      • Angel Mena (Leon)
      • Ayrton Preciado (Santos Laguna)
      • Romario Ibarra (Pachuca)
      • Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton)

      Forwards:

      • Enner Valencia (Fenerbahce)
      • Michael Estrada (Cruz Azul)
      • Djorkaeff Reasco (Newell’s Old Boys)
      • Kevin Rodriguez (Imbabura SC)

      Senegal:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Seny Dieng (Queens Park Rangers)
      • Alfred Gomis (Rennes)
      • Édouard Mendy (Chelsea)

      Defenders:

      • Pape Abou Cissé (Olympiacos)
      • Abdou Diallo (Leipzig)
      • Ismail Jakobs (Monaco)
      • Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea)
      • Formose Mendy (Amiens)
      • Youssouf Sabaly (Real Betis)
      • Fodé Ballo-Touré (AC Milan)

      Midfielders:

      • Pathé Ciss (Rayo Vallecano)
      • Krepin Diatta (Monaco)
      • Idrissa Gueye (Everton)
      • Pape Gueye (Marseille)
      • Cheikhou Kouyaté (Nottingham Forest)
      • Mamadou Loum (Reading)
      • Nampalys Mendy (Leicester)
      • Moustapha Name (Pafos)
      • Pape Matar Sarr (Tottenham)

      Forwards:

      • Boulaye Dia (Salernitana)
      • Bamba Dieng (Marseille)
      • Nicolas Jackson (Villarreal)
      • Sadio Mané (Bayern Munich)
      • Iliman Ndiaye (Sheffield United)
      • Ismaila Sarr (Watford)
      • Famara Diedhiou (Alanyaspor)

      Netherlands:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Justin Bijlow (Feyenoord)
      • Andries Noppert (Heerenveen)
      • Remko Pasveer (Ajax Amsterdam)

      Defenders:

      • Nathan Ake (Manchester City)
      • Daley Blind (Ajax)
      • Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)
      • Denzel Dumfries (Internazionale)
      • Jeremie Frimpong (Bayer Leverkusen)
      • Matthijs de Ligt (Bayern Munich)
      • Tyrell Malacia (Manchester United)
      • Jurrien Timber (Ajax)
      • Stefan de Vrij (Inter Milan)

      Midfielders:

      • Steven Berghuis (Ajax)
      • Frenkie de Jong (Barcelona)
      • Davy Klaassen (Ajax)
      • Teun Koopmeiners (Atalanta Bergamo)
      • Marten de Roon (Atalanta Bergamo)
      • Xavi Simons (PSV Eindhoven)
      • Kenneth Taylor (Ajax)

      Forwards:

      • Steven Bergwijn (Ajax)
      • Memphis Depay (Barcelona)
      • Cody Gakpo (PSV)
      • Vincent Janssen (Antwerp)
      • Luuk de Jong (PSV)
      • Noah Lang (Club Brugge)
      • Wout Weghorst (Besiktas)

      England:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Jordan Pickford (Everton)
      • Nick Pope (Newcastle United)
      • Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)

      Defenders:

      • Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
      • Conor Coady (Everton)
      • Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
      • Luke Shaw (Manchester United)
      • John Stones (Manchester City)
      • Kieran Trippier (Newcastle United)
      • Kyle Walker (Manchester City)
      • Ben White (Arsenal)

      Midfielders:

      • Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Conor Gallagher (Chelsea)
      • Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
      • Mason Mount (Chelsea)
      • Kalvin Phillips (Manchester City)
      • Declan Rice (West Ham United)
      • Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Conor Gallagher (Chelsea)
      • Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
      • Mason Mount (Chelsea)
      • Kalvin Phillips (Manchester City)
      • Declan Rice (West Ham United)

      Forwards:

      • Phil Foden (Manchester City)
      • Jack Grealish (Manchester City)
      • Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • James Maddison (Leicester City)
      • Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
      • Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
      • Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)
      • Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)

      IR Iran:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Alireza Beyranvand (Persepolis)
      • Amir Abedzadeh (Ponferradina)
      • Payam Niazmand (Sepahan)
      • Hossein Hosseini (Esteghlal)

      Defenders:

      • Majid Hosseini (Kayserispor)
      • Mohammad Hossein Kanaanizadegan (Al-Ahli)
      • Shojae Khalilzadeh (Al-Ahli)
      • Morteza Pouraliganji (Persepolis)
      • Sadegh Moharrami (Dinamo Zagreb)
      • Ramin Rezaeian (Sepahan)
      • Milad Mohammadi (AEK Athens)
      • Abolfazl Jalali (Esteghlal)

      Midfielders:

      • Saeid Ezatollahi (Vejle Boldklub)
      • Ehsan Hajsafi (AEK Athens)
      • Rouzbeh Cheshmi (Esteghlal)
      • Ahmad Nourollahi (Shabab Al-Ahli)
      • Ali Karimi (Kayserispor)
      • Saman Ghoddos (Brentford)
      • Vahid Amiri (Persepolis)

      Forwards:

      • Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Feyenoord)
      • Ali Gholizadeh (Sporting Charleroi)
      • Mehdi Taremi (FC Porto)
      • Mehdi Torabi (Persepolis)
      • Karim Ansarifard (Omonia Nicosia)
      • Sardar Azmoun (Bayer Leverkusen)

      United States (USA):

      Goalkeepers:

      • Ethan Horvath (Luton Town)
      • Sean Johnson (New York City FC)
      • Matt Turner (Arsenal)

      Defenders:

      • Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic)
      • Sergiño Dest (AC Milan)
      • Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls)
      • Shaq Moore (Nashville SC)
      • Tim Ream (Fulham)
      • Antonee Robinson (Fulham)
      • Joe Scally (Borussia Monchengladbach)
      • DeAndre Yedlin (Inter Miami CF)
      • Walker Zimmerman (Nashville SC)

      Midfielders:

      • Brenden Aaronson (Leeds)
      • Kellyn Acosta (LAFC)
      • Tyler Adams (Leeds)
      • Luca de la Torre (Celta Vigo)
      • Weston McKennie (Juventus)
      • Yunus Musah (Valencia)
      • Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders FC)

      Forwards:

      • Jesus Ferreira (FC Dallas)
      • Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders)
      • Christian Pulisic (Chelsea)
      • Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Josh Sargent (Norwich City)
      • Tim Weah (Lille)
      • Haji Wright (Antalyaspor)

      Wales:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Wayne Hennessey (Nottingham Forest)
      • Danny Ward (Leicester City)
      • Adam Davies (Sheffield United)

      Defenders:

      • Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Ben Cabango (Swansea City)
      • Tom Lockyer (Luton Town)
      • Joe Rodon (Rennes)
      • Chris Mephan (Bournemouth)
      • Ethan Ampadu (Spezia)
      • Chris Gunter (Wimbledon)
      • Neco Williams (Nottingham Forest)
      • Connor Roberts (Burnley)

      Midfielders:

      • Sorba Thomas (Huddersfield Town)
      • Joe Allen (Swansea City)
      • Matthew Smith (Milton Keynes Dons)
      • Dylan Levitt (Dundee United)
      • Harry Wilson (Fulham)
      • Joe Morrell (Portsmouth)
      • Jonny Williams (Swindon Town)
      • Aaron Ramsey (Nice)
      • Rubin Colwill (Cardiff City)

      Forwards:

      • Gareth Bale (Los Angeles FC)
      • Kieffer Moore (Bournemouth)
      • Mark Harris (Cardiff City)
      • Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest)
      • Dan James (Fulham)

      Argentina:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Emiliano Martínez (Aston Villa)
      • Gerónimo Rulli (Villarreal)
      • Franco Armani (River Plate)

      Defenders:

      • Nahuel Molina (Atletico Madrid)
      • Gonzalo Montiel (Sevilla)
      • Marcos Acuña (Sevilla)
      • Cristian Romero (Tottenham)
      • Germán Pezzella (Real Betis)
      • Nicolás Otamendi (Benfica)
      • Lisandro Martínez (Manchester United)
      • Nicolás Tagliafico (Lyon)
      • Juan Foyth (Villarreal)

      Midfielders:

      • Rodrigo De Paul (Atletico Madrid)
      • Leandro Paredes (Juventus)
      • Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton)
      • Guido Rodríguez (Real Betis)
      • Papu Gómez (Sevilla)
      • Enzo Fernández (Benfica)
      • Exequiel Palacios (Bayer Leverkusen)

      Forwards:

      • Ángel Di María (Juventus)
      • Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan)
      • Joaquín Correa (Inter Milan)
      • Julián Álvarez (Manchester City)
      • Paulo Dybala (Roma)
      • Nicolás González (Fiorentina)
      • Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain)

      Saudi Arabia:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Mohamed Al-Owais (Al-Hilal)
      • Nawaf Al-Aqidi (Al-Nassr)
      • Mohamed Al-Yami (Al-Ahly)

      Defenders:

      • Yasser Al-Shahrani (Al-Hilal)
      • Ali Al-Bulaihi (Al-Hilal)
      • Abdulelah Al-Amri (Al-Nassr)
      • Abdullah Madu (Al-Nassr)
      • Hassan Tambakti (Al-Shabab)
      • Sultan Al-Ghanam (Al-Nassr)
      • Mohammed Al-Breik (Al-Hilal)
      • Saud Abdulhamid (Al-Hilal)

      Midfielders:

      • Salman Al-Faraj (Al-Hilal)
      • Riyadh Sharahili (Abha)
      • Ali Al-Hassan (Al-Nassr)
      • Mohamed Kanno (Al-Hilal)
      • Abdulelah Al-Malki (Al-Hilal)
      • Sami Al-Najei (Al-Nassr)
      • Abdullah Otayf (Al-Hilal)
      • Nasser Al-Dawsari (Al-Hilal)
      • Abdulrahman Al-Aboud (Ittihad)
      • Salem Al-Dawsari (Al-Hilal)
      • Hattan Bahebri (Al-Shabab)

      Forwards:

      • Fahad Al-Muwallad (Al-Shabab) X – Dropped out due to doping
      • Nawaf al-Abed (Al-Shabab)
      • Haitham Asiri (Al-Ahly)
      • Saleh Al-Shehri (Al-Hilal)
      • Firas Al-Buraikan (Al-Fateh)

      Mexico:

      Goalkeepers:

      • William Ochoa (America)
      • Alfredo Talavera (Juarez)
      • Rodolfo Cota (Leon)

      Defenders:

      • Jorge Sánchez (Ajax)
      • Kevin Álvarez (Pachuca)
      • Néstor Araujo (America)
      • Johan Vásquez (Cremonese)
      • Héctor Moreno (Monterrey)
      • César Montes (Monterrey)
      • Gerardo Arteaga (Genk)
      • Jesús Gallardo (Monterrey)

      Midfielders:

      • Andrés Guardado (Real Betis)
      • Héctor Herrera (Houston Dynamo)
      • Charly Rodríguez (Cruz Azul)
      • Erick Gutiérrez (PSV Eindhoven)
      • Luis Chávez (Pachuca)
      • Edson Álvarez (Ajax)
      • Orbelín Pineda (AEK Athens)
      • Luis Romo (Monterrey)

      Forwards:

      • Alexis Vega (Guadalajara)
      • Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano (Napoli)
      • Raúl Jiménez (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
      • Roberto Alvarado (Guadalajara)
      • Uriel Antuna (Cruz Azul)
      • Henry Martín (America)
      • Rogelio Funes Mori (Monterrey)

      Poland:

       

      Goalkeepers:

      • Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus)
      • Bartlomiej Dragowski (Spezia)
      • Lukasz Skorupski (Bologna)

      Defenders:

      • Jan Bednarek (Aston Villa)
      • Kamil Glik (Benevento)
      • Robert Gumny (FC Augsburg)
      • Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw)
      • Jakub Kiwior (Spezia)
      • Mateusz Wieteska (Clermont)
      • Bartosz Bereszynski (Sampdoria)
      • Matty Cash (Aston Villa)
      • Nicola Zalewski (AS Roma)

      Midfielders:

      • Krystian Bielik (Birmingham City)
      • Przemyslaw Frankowski (Lens)
      • Kamil Grosicki (Pogon Szczecin)
      • Grzegorz Krychowiak (Al-Shabab)
      • Jakub Kaminski (VfL Wolfsburg)
      • Michal Skoras (Lech Poznan)
      • Damian Szymanski (AEK Athens)
      • Sebastian Szymanski (Feyenoord)
      • Piotr Zielinski (Napoli)
      • Szymon Zurkowski (Fiorentina)

      Forwards:

      • Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona)
      • Arkadiusz Milik (Juventus)
      • Krzysztof Piatek (Salernitana)
      • Karol Swiderski (Charlotte FC)

      France:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Alphonse Areola (West Ham United)
      • Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Steve Mandanda (Rennes)

      Defenders:

      • Lucas Hernandez (Bayern Munich)
      • Theo Hernandez (AC Milan)
      • Presnel Kimpembe (Paris St Germain)
      • Ibrahima Konate (Liverpool)
      • Jules Kounde (Barcelona)
      • Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich)
      • William Saliba (Arsenal)
      • Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich)
      • Raphael Varane (Manchester United)

      Midfielders:

      • Eduardo Camavinga (Real Madrid)
      • Youssouf Fofana (AS Monaco)
      • Matteo Guendouzi (Olympique de Marseille)
      • Adrien Rabiot (Juventus)
      • Aurelien Tchouameni (Real Madrid)
      • Jordan Veretout (Olympique de Marseille)

      Forwards:

      • Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
      • Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich)
      • Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona)
      • Olivier Giroud (AC Milan)
      • Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid)
      • Kylian Mbappe (Paris St Germain)
      • Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt)

      Australia:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Mat Ryan (FC Copenhagen)
      • Danny Vukovic (Central Coast Mariners)
      • Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC)

      Defenders:

      • Harry Souttar (Stoke City)
      • Milos Degenek (Columbus Crew)
      • Bailey Wright (Sunderland)
      • Thomas Deng (Albirex Niigata)
      • Fran Karacic (Brescia)
      • Nathaniel Atkinson (Heart of Midlothian)
      • Aziz Behich (Dundee United)
      • Kye Rowles (Heart of Midlothian)
      • Joel King (Odense Boldklub)

      Midfielders:

      • Aaron Mooy (Celtic)
      • Jackson Irvine (FC St. Pauli)
      • Ajdin Hrustic (Hellas Verona)
      • Cameron Devlin (Heart of Midlothian)
      • Riley McGree (Middlesbrough)
      • Keanu Baccus (St Mirren)

      Forwards:

      • Jamie Maclaren (Melbourne City)
      • Mitchell Duke (Fagiano Okayama)
      • Jason Cummings (Central Coast Mariners)
      • Garang Kuol (Central Coast Mariners)
      • Awer Mabil (Cadiz)
      • Mathew Leckie (Melbourne City)
      • Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United)
      • Martin Boyle (Hibernian)

      Denmark:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Kasper Schmeichel (Nice)
      • Oliver Christensen (Hertha Berlin)

      Defenders:

      • Simon Kjaer (AC Milan)
      • Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace)
      • Joakim Maehle (Atalanta)
      • Andreas Christensen (Barcelona)
      • Rasmus Kristensen (Leeds United)
      • Jens Stryger Larsen (Trabzonspor)
      • Victor Nelsson (Galatasaray)
      • Daniel Wass (Brondby)

      Midfielders:

      • Thomas Delaney (Sevilla)
      • Mathias Jensen (Brentford)
      • Christian Eriksen (Manchester United)
      • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Tottenham Hotspur)

      Forwards:

      • Andreas Skov Olsen (Club Bruges)
      • Jesper Lindstrom (Eintracht Frankfurt)
      • Andreas Cornelius (FC Copenhagen)
      • Martin Braithwaite (Espanyol)
      • Kasper Dolberg (Sevilla)
      • Mikkel Damsgaard (Brentford)
      • Jonas Wind (VfL Wolfsburg)

      Tunisia:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Aymen Dahmen (CS Sfaxien)
      • Bechir Ben Said (US Monastir)
      • Mouez Hassen (Club Africain)
      • Aymen Mathlouthi (Etoile Sahel)

      Defenders:

      • Ali Abdi (Caen)
      • Dylan Bronn (Salernitana)
      • Mohamed Drager (FC Luzern)
      • Nader Ghandri (Club Africain)
      • Bilel Ifa (Kuwait SC)
      • Wajdi Kechrida (Atromitos)
      • Ali Maaloul (Al Ahly)
      • Yassine Meriah (Esperance)
      • Montassar Talbi (Lorient)

      Midfielders:

      • Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane (Esperance)
      • Ghaylane Chaalali (Esperance)
      • Aissa Laidouni (Ferencvaros)
      • Hannibal Mejbri (Birmingham City)
      • Ferjani Sassi (Al Duhail)
      • Elyas Skhiri (FC Cologne)

      Forwards:

      • Anis Ben Slimane (Brondby)
      • Seifeddine Jaziri (Zamalek)
      • Issam Jebali (Odense)
      • Wahbi Khazri (Montpellier)
      • Taha Yassine Khenissi (Kuwait SC)
      • Youssef Msakni (Al Arabi)
      • Naim Sliti (Al Ittifaq)

      Spain:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Unai Simon (Athletic Club)
      • Robert Sanchez (Brighton)
      • David Raya (Brentford)

      Defenders:

      • Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)
      • Hugo Guillamon (Valencia)
      • Pau Torres (Villarreal)
      • Eric Garcia (Barcelona)
      • Jose Gaya (Valencia)
      • Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid)
      • Jordi Alba (Barcelona)
      • Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City)

      Midfielders:

      • Sergio Busquets (Barcelona)
      • Marcos Llorente (Atletico Madrid)
      • Pedri (Barcelona)
      • Rodri (Manchester City)
      • Koke (Atletico Madrid)
      • Gavi (Barcelona)
      • Carlos Soler (PSG)

      Forwards:

      • Alvaro Morata (Atletico Madrid)
      • Yeremy Pino (Villarreal)
      • Ferran Torres (Barcelona)
      • Marco Asensio (Real Madrid)
      • Pablo Sarabia (PSG)
      • Ansu Fati (Barcelona)
      • Dani Olmo (RB Leipzig)
      • Nico Williams (Athletic Club)

      Costa Rica:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Keylor Navas (Paris St Germain)
      • Esteban Alvarado (Herediano)
      • Patrick Sequeira (CD Lugo)

      Defenders:

      • Francisco Calvo (Konyaspor)
      • Juan Pablo Vargas (Millonarios FC)
      • Kendall Waston (Saprissa)
      • Oscar Duarte (Al-Wehda)
      • Daniel Chacon (Colorado Rapids)
      • Keysher Fuller (Herediano)
      • Carlos Martinez (San Carlos)
      • Bryan Oviedo (Real Salt Lake)
      • Ronald Matarrita (Cincinnati)

      Midfielders:

      • Yeltsin Tejeda (Herediano)
      • Celso Borges (Alajuelense)
      • Youstin Salas (Saprissa)
      • Roan Wilson (Grecia)
      • Gerson Torres (Herediano)
      • Douglas Lopez (Herediano)
      • Jewisson Bennette (Sunderland)
      • Alvaro Zamora (Saprissa)
      • Anthony Hernandez (Puntarenas FC)
      • Brandon Aguilera (Nottingham Forest)
      • Bryan Ruiz (Alajuelense)

      Forwards:

      • Joel Campbell (Leon)
      • Anthony Contreras (Herediano)
      • Johan Venegas (Alajuelense)

      Germany:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich)
      • Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Barcelona)
      • Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)

      Defenders:

      • Matthias Ginter (Freiburg)
      • Antonio Ruediger (Real Madrid)
      • Niklas Suele (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Nico Schlotterbeck (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Thilo Kehrer (West Ham United)
      • David Raum (RB Leipzig)
      • Lukas Klostermann (RB Leipzig)
      • Armel Bella Kotchap (Southampton)
      • Christian Guenter (Freiburg)

      Midfielders:

      • Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City)
      • Jonas Hofmann (Borussia Moenchengladbach)
      • Leon Goretzka (Bayern Munich)
      • Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich)
      • Leroy Sane (Bayern Munich)
      • Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich)
      • Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich)
      • Thomas Mueller (Bayern Munich)
      • Julian Brandt (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Mario Goetze (Eintracht Frankfurt)

      Forwards:

      • Kai Havertz (Chelsea)
      • Youssoufa Moukoko (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Niklas Fuellkrug (Werder Bremen)
      • Karim Adeyemi (Borussia Dortmund)

      Japan:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Eiji Kawashima (Strasbourg)
      • Shuichi Gonda (Shimizu S-Pulse)
      • Daniel Schmidt (Sint-Truidense)

      Defenders:

      • Yuto Nagatomo (Tokyo)
      • Maya Yoshida (Schalke 04)
      • Hiroki Sakai (Urawa Red Diamonds)
      • Shogo Taniguchi (Kawasaki Frontale)
      • Miki Yamane (Kawasaki Frontale)
      • Ko Itakura (Borussia Monchengladbach)
      • Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal)
      • Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart)

      Midfielders:

      • Gaku Shibasaki (Leganes)
      • Wataru Endo (Stuttgart)
      • Junya Ito (Reims)
      • Takumi Minamino (Monaco)
      • Hidemasa Morita (Sporting CP)
      • Daichi Kamada (Eintracht Frankfurt)
      • Yuki Soma (Nagoya Grampus)
      • Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton & Hove Albion)
      • Ritsu Doan (Freiburg)
      • Ao Tanaka (Fortuna Dusseldorf)
      • Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad)

      Forwards:

      • Takuma Asano (Bochum)
      • Daizen Maeda (Celtic)
      • Ayase Ueda (Cercle Brugge)
      • Shuto Machino (Shonan Bellmare)

      Belgium:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid)
      • Simon Mignolet (Club Brugge)
      • Koen Casteels (VfL Wolfsburg)

      Defenders:

      • Jan Vertonghen (Anderlecht)
      • Toby Alderweireld (Royal Antwerp)
      • Leander Dendoncker (Aston Villa)
      • Zeno Debast (Anderlecht)
      • Arthur Theate (Rennes)
      • Wout Faes (Leicester City)

      Midfielders:

      • Hans Vanaken (Club Brugge)
      • Axel Witsel (Atletico Madrid)
      • Youri Tielemans (Leicester City)
      • Amadou Onana (Everton)
      • Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
      • Yannick Carrasco (Atletico Madrid)
      • Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Timothy Castagne (Leicester City)
      • Thomas Meunier (Borussia Dortmund)

      Forwards:

      • Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan)
      • Michy Batshuayi (Fenerbahce)
      • Lois Openda (Racing Lens)
      • Charles De Ketelaere (AC Milan)
      • Eden Hazard (Real Madrid)
      • Jeremy Doku (Rennes)
      • Dries Mertens (Galatasaray)
      • Leandro Trossard (Brighton & Hove Albion)

      Canada:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Milan Borjan (Red Star Belgrade)
      • Dayne St. Clair (Minnesota United)
      • James Pantemis (CF Montreal)

      Defenders:

      • Steven Vitoria (Chaves)
      • Alistair Johnston (CF Montreal)
      • Richie Laryea (Nottingham Forest)
      • Kamal Miller (CF Montreal)
      • Sam Adekugbe (Hatayspor)
      • Joel Waterman (CF Montreal)
      • Derek Cornelius (Panetolikos)

      Midfielders:

      • Atiba Hutchinson (Besiktas)
      • Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC)
      • Stephen Eustaquio (FC Porto)
      • Liam Fraser (Deinze)
      • Samuel Piette (CF Montreal)
      • Mark-Anthony Kaye (Toronto FC)
      • Ismael Kone (CF Montreal)
      • David Wotherspoon (St Johnstone FC)

      Forwards:

      • Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)
      • Jonathan David (Lille)
      • Cyle Larin (Club Brugge)
      • Ike Ugbo (Troyes)
      • Lucas Cavallini (Vancouver Whitecaps)
      • Tajon Buchanan (Club Brugge)
      • Junior Hoilett (Reading)
      • Liam Millar (Basel)

      Morocco:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Yassine Bounou (Sevilla)
      • Munir El Kajoui (Al Wehda)
      • Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti (Wydad Casablanca)

      Defenders:

      • Nayef Aguerd (West Ham United)
      • Yahia Attiat Allah (Wydad Casablanca)
      • Badr Benoun (Qatar SC)
      • Achraf Dari (Stade Brest)
      • Jawad El Yamiq (Real Valladolid)
      • Achraf Hakimi (Paris St Germain)
      • Noussair Mazraoui (Bayern Munich)
      • Romain Saiss (Besiktas)

      Midfielders:

      • Sofyan Amrabat (Fiorentina)
      • Selim Amallah (Standard Liege)
      • Bilal El Khannouss (Racing Genk)
      • Yahya Jabrane (Wydad Casablanca)
      • Azzedine Ounahi (Angers)
      • Abdelhamid Sabiri (Sampdoria)

      Forwards:

      • Zakaria Aboukhlal (Toulouse)
      • Soufiane Boufal (Angers)
      • Ilias Chair (Queens Park Rangers)
      • Walid Cheddira (Bari)
      • Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla)
      • Abde Ezzalzouli (Osasuna)
      • Abderrazak Hamdallah (Al Ittihad)
      • Amine Harit (Olympique Marseille)
      • Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea)

       

      Croatia:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Dominik Livakovic (Dinamo Zagreb)
      • Ivica Ivusic (NK Osijek)
      • Ivo Grbic (Atletico Madrid)

      Defenders:

      • Domagoj Vida (AEK Athens)
      • Dejan Lovren (Zenit St Petersburg)
      • Borna Barisic (Rangers)
      • Josip Juranovic (Celtic)
      • Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig)
      • Borna Sosa (VfB Stuttgart)
      • Josip Stanisic (Bayern Munich)
      • Martin Erlic (Sassuolo)
      • Josip Sutalo (Dinamo Zagreb)

      Midfielders:

      • Luka Modric (Real Madrid)
      • Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea)
      • Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan)
      • Mario Pasalic (Atalanta)
      • Nikola Vlasic (Torino)
      • Lovro Majer (Stade Rennais)
      • Kristijan Jakic (Eintracht Frankfurt)
      • Luka Sucic (Salzburg)

      Forwards:

      • Ivan Perisic (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim)
      • Bruno Petkovic (Dinamo Zagreb)
      • Mislav Orsic (Dinamo Zagreb)
      • Ante Budimir (Osasuna)
      • Marko Livaja (Hajduk Split)

      Brazil:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Alisson (Liverpool)
      • Ederson (Manchester City)
      • Weverton (Palmeiras)

      Defenders:

      • Bremer (Juventus)
      • Eder Militao (Real Madrid)
      • Marquinhos (Paris St Germain)
      • Thiago Silva (Chelsea)
      • Danilo (Juventus)
      • Dani Alves (UNAM Pumas)
      • Alex Sandro (Juventus)
      • Alex Telles (Sevilla)

      Midfielders:

      • Bruno Guimaraes (Newcastle United)
      • Casemiro (Manchester United)
      • Everton Ribeiro (Flamengo)
      • Fabinho (Liverpool)
      • Fred (Manchester United)
      • Lucas Paqueta (West Ham United)

      Forwards:

      • Antony (Manchester United)
      • Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)
      • Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
      • Neymar Jr (Paris St Germain)
      • Pedro (Flamengo)
      • Raphinha (Barcelona)
      • Richarlison (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Rodrygo (Real Madrid)
      • Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid)

      Serbia:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Predrag Rajkovic (Mallorca)
      • Marko Dmitrovic (Sevilla)
      • Vanja Milinkovic-Savic (Torino)

      Defenders:

      • Stefan Mitrovic (Getafe)
      • Nikola Milenkovic (Fiorentina)
      • Milos Veljkovic (Werder Bremen)
      • Strahinja Pavlovic (Red Bull Salzburg)
      • Strahinja Erakovic (Red Star Belgrade)
      • Filip Mladenovic (Legia Warsaw)
      • Srdjan Babic (Almeria)

      Midfielders:

      • Nemanja Gudelj (Sevilla)
      • Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio)
      • Sasa Lukic (Torino)
      • Marko Grujic (Porto)
      • Filip Kostic (Juventus)
      • Uros Racic (Braga)
      • Nemanja Maksimovic (Getafe)
      • Ivan Ilic (Verona)
      • Andrija Zivkovic (PAOK)
      • Darko Lazovic (Verona)

      Forwards:

      • Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham)
      • Dusan Tadic (Ajax)
      • Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus)
      • Filip Djuricic (Sampdoria)
      • Luka Jovic (Fiorentina)
      • Nemanja Radonjic (Torino)

      Switzerland:

      Goalkeepers:

       

      • Gregor Kobel (Borussia Dortmund)
      • Yann Sommer (Borussia Monchengladbach)
      • Jonas Omlin (Montpellier)
      • Philipp Kohn (Salzburg)

      Defenders:

      • Manuel Akanji (Manchester City)
      • Eray Comert (Valencia)
      • Nico Elvedi (Borussia Monchengladbach)
      • Fabian Schar (Newcastle United)
      • Silvan Widmer (Mainz)
      • Ricardo Rodriguez (Torino)
      • Edimilson Fernandes (Mainz)

      Midfielders:

      • Michel Aebischer (Bologna)
      • Xherdan Shaqiri (Chicago Fire)
      • Renato Steffen (Lugano)
      • Granit Xhaka (Arsenal)
      • Denis Zakaria (Chelsea)
      • Fabian Frei (Basel)
      • Remo Freuler (Nottingham Forest)
      • Noah Okafor (Salzburg)
      • Fabian Rieder (Young Boys)
      • Ardon Jashari (Lucerne)

      Forwards:

      • Breel Embolo (Monaco)
      • Ruben Vargas (Augsburg)
      • Djibril Sow (Eintracht Frankfurt)
      • Haris Seferovic (Galatasaray)
      • Christian Fassnacht (Young Boys)

      Cameroon:

       

      Goalkeepers:

      • Devis Epassy (Abha Club)
      • Simon Ngapandouetnbu (Olympique de Marseille)
      • Andre Onana (Inter Milan)

      Defenders:

      • Jean-Charles Castelletto (Nantes)
      • Enzo Ebosse (Udinese)
      • Collins Fai (Al Tai)
      • Olivier Mbaizo (Philadelphia Union)
      • Nicolas Nkoulou (Aris Salonika)
      • Tolo Nouhou (Seattle Sounders)
      • Christopher Wooh (Stade Rennes)

      Midfielders:

      • Martin Hongla (Verona)
      • Pierre Kunde (Olympiakos)
      • Olivier Ntcham (Swansea City)
      • Gael Ondoua (Hannover 96)
      • Samuel Oum Gouet (Mechelen)
      • Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Napoli)

      Forwards:

      • Vincent Aboubakar (Al Nassr)
      • Christian Bassogog (Shanghai Shenhua)
      • Eric-Maxime Choupo Moting (Bayern Munich)
      • Souaibou Marou (Coton Sport)
      • Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford)
      • Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu (Young Boys Berne)
      • Jerome Ngom (Colombe Dja)
      • Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Besiktas)
      • Jean-Pierre Nsame (Young Boys Berne)
      • Karl Toko Ekambi (Olympique Lyonnais)

      Portugal:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Diogo Costa (FC Porto)
      • Jose Sa (Wolverhampton Wanderers FC)
      • Rui Patricio (AS Roma)

      Defenders:

      • Diogo Dalot (Manchester United)
      • Joao Cancelo (Manchester City)
      • Danilo Pereira (Paris St Germain)
      • Pepe (FC Porto)
      • Ruben Dias (Manchester City)
      • Antonio Silva (SL Benfica)
      • Nuno Mendes (Paris St Germain)
      • Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund)

      Midfielders:

      • Joao Palhinha (Fulham FC)
      • Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
      • Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)
      • Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
      • Joao Mario (SL Benfica)
      • Matheus Nunes (Wolverhampton Wanderers FC)
      • Vitinha (Paris St Germain)
      • William Carvalho (Real Betis)
      • Otavio (FC Porto)

      Forwards:

      • Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)
      • Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid)
      • Rafael Leao (AC Milan)
      • Ricardo Horta (SC Braga)
      • Goncalo Ramos (FC Benfica)
      • Andre Silva (RB Leipzig)

      Ghana:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Lawrence Ati-Zigi (FC St Gallen)
      • Abdul Manaf Nurudeen (Eupen)
      • Ibrahim Danlad (Berekum Chelsea)

      Defenders:

      • Denis Odoi (Club Brugge)
      • Tariq Lamptey (Brighton & Hove Albion)
      • Alidu Seidu (Clermont)
      • Daniel Amartey (Leicester City)
      • Joseph Aidoo (Celta Vigo)
      • Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg)
      • Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
      • Abdul Rahman Baba (Reading)
      • Gideon Mensah (Auxerre)

      Midfielders:

      • Andre Ayew (Al Sadd)
      • Thomas Partey (Arsenal)
      • Elisha Owusu (Gent)
      • Salis Abdul Samed (Lens)
      • Mohammed Kudus (Ajax)
      • Daniel Kofi Kyereh (SC Freiburg)
      • Daniel Afriyie Barnieh (Accra Hearts of Oak)
      • Kamal Sowah (Club Brugge)
      • Osman Bukari (Red Star Belgrade)
      • Abdul Fatawu Issahaku (Sporting CP)
      • Kamaldeen Sulemana (Rennes)

      Forwards:

      • Iñaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao)
      • Antoine Semenyo (Bristol City)
      • Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)

      Uruguay:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray)
      • Sergio Rochet (Nacional)
      • Sebastian Sosa (Independiente)

      Defenders:

      • Jose Maria Gimenez (Atletico Madrid)
      • Sebastian Coates (Sporting CP)
      • Diego Godin (Velez Sarsfield)
      • Martin Caceres (LA Galaxy)
      • Ronald Araujo (Barcelona)
      • Guillermo Varela (Flamengo)
      • Jose Luis Rodriguez (Nacional)
      • Mathias Olivera (Napoli)
      • Matias Vina (Roma)

      Midfielders:

      • Lucas Torreira (Galatasaray)
      • Manuel Ugarte (Sporting CP)
      • Matias Vecino (Lazio)
      • Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham)
      • Federico Valverde (Real Madrid)
      • Facundo Pellistri (Manchester United)
      • Nicolas De La Cruz (River Plate)

      Forwards:

      • Agustin Canobbio (Athletico Paranaense)
      • Facundo Torres (Orlando City)
      • Giorgian De Arrascaeta (Flamengo)
      • Maxi Gomez (Trabzonspor)
      • Luis Suarez (Nacional)
      • Edinson Cavani (Valencia)
      • Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)

      Korea Republic:

      Goalkeepers:

      • Kim Seung-gyu (Al-Shabab)
      • Jo Hyeon-woo (Ulsan Hyundai)
      • Song Bum-keun (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)

      Defenders:

      • Kim Jin-su (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
      • Hong Chul (Daegu FC)
      • Kim Moon-hwan (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
      • Kim Young-gwon (Ulsan Hyundai)
      • Kwon Kyung-won (Gamba Osaka)
      • Kim Tae-hwan (Ulsan Hyundai)
      • Cho Yu-min (Daejon Hana Citizen)
      • Kim Min-jae (Napoli)
      • Yoon Jong-gyu (FC Seoul)

      Midfielders:

      • Jung Woo-young (Al-Sadd)
      • Na Sang-ho (Seoul)
      • Paik Seung-ho (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
      • Son Jun-ho (Shandong Taishan)
      • Song Min-kyu (Jeonbuk Hyundai)
      • Kwon Chang-hoon (Gimcheon Sangmu)
      • Lee Jae-sung (Mainz)
      • Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos)
      • Lee Kang-in (Mallorca)

      Forwards:

      • Hwang Ui-jo (Olympiacos)
      • Cho Gue-sung (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors_
      • Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur)
      • Hwang Hee-Chan (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
      • Jeong Woo-Yeong (Freiburg)

      Logo

       

      FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

      Qatar 2022 LOGO is the official 22nd edition emblem of the FIFA World Cup. It is an infinite sign, Symbol is also saying 8 digits because 8 stadiums are going to host the tournament in Qatar 2022 Football World Cup.

      Let’s talk about the meaning of the LOGO in detail:

      ♾️ Shawl: In the middle east, Gulf and Arabian religions they are worn shawls in the winter session. Also, there are many countries in the world that are using the shawl. Football is also a very popular game in the world, anyone like or loves this game.

      ♾️ Football: There is a Football sign on this emblem,  it is a core sign of any FIFA world cup Trademark.

      ♾️ Diacritics: New Arabic calligraphic Fashionable font is published by this emblem.

      ♾️ Trophy: This sign recalls the shape of the FIFA World Cup Trophy.

      ♾️ Decorative Elements: The embroidery represents the richness of middle eastern culture. Also, it’s the main element of Qatar’s heritage and it is based on traditional Arabian art.

      ♾️ Kasheeda: New Arabic calligraphy font is published in the FIFA world cup 2022.

       

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      Official Song

      FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

      Various international artists participated in this official Qatar 2022 FIFA Football World Cup song. Many musical artists contributed of variety musical genres. See all participants below:

      • Hayya Hayya (Better Together) – Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha
      • Arhbo – Ozuna featuring GIMS
      • Light and Sky – Rahma, Balqees, Nora and Manal
      • Dreamers –  Fahad Al Kubaisi and Jung kook (BTS)

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      Prize Details

      FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
      Prizes

      The FIFA Football World Cup Qatar 2022 tournament is giving 42 million dollars (344 crores in Indian Rupee) prize to the champion team or winning country. The runner-up team or country will get 30 million dollars (245 crores in Indian Rupee).

      The “Man of The Match” prize is given in every match, and the “Man of The Tournament” prizes are given in this tournament. Who scored at the top of the tournament,  he will get the “Golden Boot” and the Best goalkeeper prize who saves most the goals for his team or country. He will get “Golden Gloves”.

      The FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 winning team or champion country France got 38 million dollars, and runner up the team or country Croatia got 28 million dollars. It is a huge amount than any tournament. Now, let’s talk about Qatar 2022 World Cup prizes, The Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament’s total prize value is 440 million dollars. One country will get the 3rd place or position or prize and the 3rd place prize money is 27 million dollars (220 crores in Indian rupee), 4th position is getting 25 million dollars (204 crores in India Rupee), Those countries will get 5th to 8th position, they are getting 17 million dollars (138 crores in Indian rupee) and those are ending on 9th to 16th position there prize money is  13 million dollars.

      900 million dollars insurance for Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup Player

      FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

      Now let’s talk about the individual insurance Records of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup Player. Yes, An Argentinian player is insured for his left leg only. His name is Lionel Messi. One of the greatest players in the world. He assists the five world Cups till now. It is a world record. He insures for his left leg 900 million dollars (More than 7348 crores in Indian Rupee). In the history of sports, no part of the body has been so expensive to be insured. The insurance price of Messi’s left foot is more expensive than many teams. There is no one close to Messi among the footballers under insurance, Cristiano Ronaldo’s two-leg insurance is worth $99 million and The value of the Indian currency is more than Rs 800 crore. 

       

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      Ticket Prices

      Tickets
      Tickets

      There are two types of tickets:

      • Individual Match Tickets (IMT)
      • Obstructed View Tickets (OVT)

      These two types have 4 categories of tickets, Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, and Category 4. Also, there is one extra category which is “Accessibility Tickets”. It is available in the IMT gallery. All the category 4 tickets are permanently reserved for Qatar citizens. All the tickets are going to sell accordingly at the Qatari Riyal price. See the details below:

      Individual Match Tickets (IMT)

      Name & MatchNo

      Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3 Cat 4 Accessibility Tickets
      Opening Match (N – 1) 2’250 1’600 1’100 200 200
      Group Matches (N 2 – 48) 800 600 250 40 40

      Round Of 16 (N 49 – 56)

      1’000 750 350 70 70
      Quter-Finals (N 57 – 60) 1’550 1’050 750 300 300
      Semi-Finals (N 61 – 62) 3’480 2’400 1’300 500 500
      3rd Place Match (N 63) 1’550 1’100 750 300 300
      Finals 9 (N 64) 5’850 3’650 2’200 750 750

      Here the Obstructed View means, these category seats are available behind of pole, speaker, and sound box or you are unable to see the full view of the field.

      Obstructed View Tickets
      Name & Match No Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3 Cat 4
      Opening Match (N 1) 880 660 440 100
      Group Matches (N 2 – 48) 200 150 100 20
      Round Of 16 (N 49 – 56) 280 210 140 40
      Quarter-Finals (N 57 – 60) 600 450 300 150
      Semi-Finals (N 61 – 62) 1’040 780 520 250
      3rd Place Match (N 63) 600 450 300 150
      Final (N 64) 1’760 1’320 880 380

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      Why didn’t India play in the FIFA world cup?

      Indian football history of FIFA world cup

      Indian football history of FIFA world cup:

      After the second world war (1942-1946), this is the first world cup held in Brazil. During this world war, every country was destroyed. European & Asian countries could not attend this world cup due to the massive second world war. Scotland, France, and Czechoslovakia withdraw their name due to not getting international permits.

      The Host country saw there is no Asian country was going to participate, so the Brazil Football Federation contacted the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to join the tournament. The host country was requested to send their team to join the world cup tournament.

      AIFF contacted FIFA and send the request to play bootless or barefoot because at that time Indian player was not comfortable with the shoe and they are not playing with a shoe before the Brazil world cup. But FIFA rejected the request and asked to play with shoes if India wants to play then must wear shoes. This is the India times newspaper report.

      In 1950 was the Golden Times of Indian Football. India qualified for the Football world cup. After that India withdraw its name for various reasons from that tournament. One reason was bootless or barefoot, other reasons were travel costs, lack of practice and giving the value of the Olympics game more than the Football world cup.

      Sailen Manna was the captain at that time. He was the best defender in India. According to his speech “playing bootless or barefoot was not true, The original point was AIFF did not want to send their player to Brazil due to travel cost reasons.” FIFA offered to pay the whole travel expenses but the main reason was AIFF was concentrated on Olympics at that time.

      Still, we hope India will get the chance to play in the Football World Cup one day.

        Most Played Country & Facts

        Most Played Country & Facts

        As per the record, Brazil has played most of the FIFA World Cup tournament. They appeared in the world cup tournament 22 times till now. In the year 1930, they participated first time in this world cup and they are 5 times champion in the FIFA World Cup. Brazil is the only country who is played each and every world cup till now. The Netherlands is the only country who could not win the FIFA world cup till now.

        The first Women’s FIFA World Cup was held in China and United State won the Women’s FIFA world cup for the first time.

        In the year of the 1982 FIFA world cup, Hungary was the first country who beat EL- Salvador by 10-1. It is the world record for the most number of goals in the FIFA world cup.

        In the year 1954, Austria versus Switzerland game is the most number of goals happened in one match. The number of total goals was 12 and Austria won by 7 goals whereas Switzerland scored 5 goals.

        In the year 2006, there were 16 yellow cards and 4 red cards given in this one match. The round of 16 group stage game was played with the Netherlands versus Portugal countries.

        Hungary was the one country that holds most of the goals in one tournament. They scored 27 goals in one tournament in the year 1954 FIFA world cup.

        South Africa was the first African Nation who hosted the FIFA World Cup in the year of 2010.

        South Africa and Qatar are the two host countries eliminated in the first round when they hosted countries years 2010 and 2022.

        As host nations, only 6 countries have managed to win the tournament.

        Lothar Matthäus, the german player played the most matches in the FIFA World Cup tournament. He played 25 matches. (1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, and 1998 World Cups) 

        The second man is also german, His name is Miroslav Klose, His appearance was 24 times in the FIFA World Cup. He played 24 matches in the World Cup. (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014)

        In the year 1930, the first FIFA World Cup tournament was started and Lucien Laurent the french player scored the first goal in this tournament, The match was played between France vs  Mexico. 4 days later, Bert Patenaude was the first player who made 3 goals against Paraguay, It’s called a hat-trick in the Football language. The final match was played between the host country Uruguay vs Argentina and Uruguay beat Argentina by 4 goals in front of 93,000 people.

        As a player and as a coach Franz Beckenbauer of Germany and Mário Zagallo of Brazil is the two-player who wins the world cup in both positions.

        The Turkey player Hakan Sükür was the first player who netted a goal in 11 seconds against South Korea in the year of 2002 FIFA World Cup Tournament.

        The German goalkeeper Oliver khan is the only person who got the “Golden Ball” in the year 2002 when the host country was Korea and Japan. “Golden Bal” means most of the goals in the tournament and “Golden Gloves” means most of the saved as a goalkeeper.

        German player Miroslav Klose scored most of the goals in the FIFA World Cup tournament He made 16 goals and no one break the record till now.

        The Brazilian Ronaldo holds the 2nd position of the highest goal-scoring in the list. He made 15 goals.

        Gabriel Batistuta of Argentina is the only player who made two hat-tricks in two different FIFA World Cup tournaments.

         

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