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World Cup on TV and Stream

The 2022 World Cup will take place in Qatar between 20 November and 18 December. There are 32 teams taking part in the World Cup. The matches will take place in 8 different stadiums. The largest stadium will be the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, which is still under construction and will have a capacity of 60,000 spectators. is all you need to catch England's World Cup 2022 journey in Qatar, as the Three Lions look to win their first major tournament since 66.

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All World Cup 2022 games will be broadcasted live for FREE in the UK via BBC and ITV. A full schedule consisting of channels and broadcasting times can be found right here at!

  1. Group A

  2. Group B

  3. Group C

  4. Group D

  5. Group E

  6. Group F

  7. Group G

  8. Group H

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Historical Background

The World Cup is the most prestigious sporting event in the world. The competition dates back all the way to 1930, where Uruguay were officially crowned the first ever champions of the world after beating Argentina 4-2 in the final on July 30th.
Additionally, The Uruguayan the first official World Cup tournament in their homeland. A total of 13 nations competed in the inaugural World Cup, consisting of Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, France, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Romania, United States, Uruguay, and Yugoslavia.
In future tournaments, the World Cup would grow, with up to 16 countries taking part. In 1982, the number of participants jumped up to a total of 24 nations. From 1998 to present day, a total of 32 nations have competed in every World Cup tournament.

Most Successful World Cup Teams

The most successful team in the history of the World Cup is none other than Brazil. They have participated in 21 World Cups, reach 7 finals, and won 5 of them. The only sides that come close to this are Germany and Italy with 4 World Cup titles each.

England at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

The Three Lions will be looking to win their second World Cup, and first since 1966. Their is growing feeling that this can be their year, after reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup, and having narrowly lost out on the Euros to Italy in a penalty shootout. The national team is spoiled with an abundance of talent in their ranks, and should look to go one step further in Qatar and win the 2022 World Cup. Can Gareth Southgate lead this team to glory and cement a place in English football history for him and his players? Let's back the boys all the way!

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