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FIFA World Cup 2022 will take place in Qatar and starts on Sunday, November 20 with an opening game between Qatar national team and Ecuador national team at Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor. You can find an HD Live Stream of this game and all others on Jokerlivestream. The World Cup Final will take place on December 18 at Lusail Iconic Stadium This will be the 22nd season of the men’s football World Championship. World Cup is a contest between senior national teams, being FIFA members. FIFA World Cup 2022 will be the first one to be held in the Arab World and the last one with 32 teams. World Cup 2026, will increase to 48 teams and will take place in USA, Mexico, and Canada. Jokerlivestream tracks all the scores and provides all the HD Live Streams for World Cup 2022


FIFA World Cup participants list: 

UEFA - Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France - current World Cup title holder, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Wales

AFC - Australia, Iran, Japan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea

CAF - Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia

CONCACAF - Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, United States

CONMEBOL - Argentina, Brazil - the most World Cup titles holder, Ecuador, Uruguay


World Cup 2022 in Qatar will take place in the following stadiums:

  • Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail (capacity 80,000)
  • Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor (capacity 60,000)
  • Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan (capacity 45,350)
  • Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan (capacity 44,740)
  • Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan (capacity 40,000)
  • Stadium 974, Doha (capacity 40,000)
  • Al Thumama Stadium, Doha (capacity 40,000)
  • Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah (capacity 40,000)


Some records for World Cup 2022 in Qatar:

- The youngest player at the World Cup - Youssoufa Moukoko (Germany) - 17 years old

- The oldest player at the World Cup - Alfredo Talavera (Mexico) - 40 years old

- The shortest player at the World Cup - Ilias Chair (Morocco) - 158 cm (5'2'')

- The tallest player at the World Cup - Andries Noppert (Netherlands) - 203 cm (6'6'')

- The most appearances at the World Cup - Lionel Messi (Argentina) - 19 appearances

- The most goals at the World Cup - Thomas Muller (Germany) - 10 goals

- The most assists at the World Cup - Thomas Muller (Germany) - 6 assists

- The most money spent for hosting World Cup - Qatar - $220 billion

Interesting facts about World Cup:

  • France is the current World Cup titleholder
  • Brazil is the most World Cup title holder with five titles
  • World Cup's top scorer is Miroslav Close with sixteen goals
  • The current World Cup session will have 32 teams, in the World Cup 2026 there will be 48 participants
  • World Cup appearances record holder is Lothar Matthaus
  • The most attended match in World Cup history happened in 1950 in a final between Brazil and Uruguay. By some records, approximately 173,850 spectators came to the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro
  • The player with the most World Cup title wins is Pele with three
  • Just Fontaine scored 13 goals during the World Cup tournament in 1958 and no one has beaten that record
  • Nearly half of the world’s population tuned into the World Cup in 2018, an incredible 3.2 billion
  • The first World Cup tournament took place in Uruguay in 1930
  • FIFA World Cup in 2002 was the first to be hosted by two nations: South Korea and Japan
  • Egypt’s Essam El Hadary at forty five became the oldest player ever to play in the World Cup tournament. That happened in Russia in 2018
  • The fastest goal ever scored in World Cup was scored by Hakan Sukur in 2002. It took only 10.89 sec
  • There are only eight countries that have won the World Cup
  • There has been a European National team present in 19 of the 21 World Cup finals
  • No team has ever won the World Cup under the guidance of a foreign coach
  • India qualified for the 1950 World Cup but refused to travel after FIFA didn't allow them to play barefoot