JUST IN: When is the FIFA World Cup final 2022? Date and kick-off time

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar began on 20 November as 32 teams aim to reach the final and become world champions on 18 December.

The tournament is the first to be held in the Arab world and only the second to take place in Asia, after Japan and South Korea joint-hosted the event in 2002. This edition will be the last to feature just 32 teams, with the tournament being expanded from 2026 onwards in order to feature 48 nations.

We’re down to the final four teams with reigning champions France, Lionel Messi’s Argentina, 2018 runners-up Croatia and the first African side to reach the last four of a World Cup Morocco, the only teams left standing.

England met play-off winners Wales in Group B with USA advancing alongside them. Germany went out after being drawn in a tough-looking Group E with Spain, Japan and Costa Rica, while Portugal and South Korea emerged from Group H ahead of Ghana and Uruguay.

Hosts Qatar started their tournament against Ecuador, before taking on Senegal and Netherlands, the latter duo were set to be the first match of the 2022 World Cup before organisers moved Qatar’s match to be a day earlier. Because of excessive summer temperatures in the Gulf state, the Qatar World Cup will be the first to be staged in winter rather than summer.

Key dates and kick-off times


Tuesday 13 December: 7pm GMT – 🇦🇷Argentina vs Croatia 🇭🇷

Wednesday 14 December: 7pm GMT – 🇫🇷France vs Morocco🇲🇦

3rd/4th place play-off

Saturday 17 December: 3pm GMT


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