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The 2022 World Cup kicked off in Qatar on November 20, with 32 teams competing. With the aim of reaching the final and carrying the championship cup on December 18.

The tournament is the first to be held in the Arab world and the second in Asia, after Japan and South Korea hosted the event in 2002. This will also be the last edition that includes only 32 teams; Starting with the 2026 tournament, the tournament will be expanded to include 48 countries.

The draw for the 2022 FIFA World Cup took place on Friday 1 April, and the party that wowed the majority of football fans took place at the Doha Convention Centre.

The 2022 World Cup kicked off in Qatar on November 20, with 32 teams competing. With the aim of reaching the final and carrying the championship cup on December 18.

The tournament is the first to be held in the Arab world and the second in Asia, after Japan and South Korea hosted the event in 2002. This will also be the last edition that includes only 32 teams; Starting with the 2026 tournament, the tournament will be expanded to include 48 countries.

The draw for the 2022 FIFA World Cup took place on Friday 1 April, and the party that wowed the majority of football fans took place at the Doha Convention Centre.

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  1. 1. The 2022 FIFA World Cup (English: 2022 FIFA World Cup) is the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup for men's national teams, which takes place every four years and is contested by the member national teams of FIFA. It will be hosted by Qatar from November 20 to December 18, 2022. This is the first edition of the World Cup to be held in the Arab world and the second to be held in Asia after the 2002 edition that was played in South Korea and Japan. [2] France is the defending champion, after defeating Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup final. This is the seventh and last version of the World Cup in which 32 teams participate (it started since the 1998 World Cup). In 2018, FIFA studied the possibility of expanding the tournament to include 48 teams, which is scheduled to be held in 2026 and applied in the 2022 edition, [3] However, on May 22, 2019, this idea was canceled due to many difficulties, the most important of which is that the organizing committee initially planned to accommodate 32 And not 48 teams,[4] as 48 teams will participate in the 2026 edition, which will be held in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Due to Qatar's sweltering summer heat, this time the World Cup is being held from late November to mid-December, making it the first tournament not to be held in May, June or July. The tournament is played in a period of less than 29 days.[5] The opening match of the tournament was held on November 20 between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor. The final match is scheduled to take place on December 18, 2022, which is Qatar National Day. [6] The choice of Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup has been criticized, especially in the Western world.[7] Criticism has centered on Qatar's human rights record, including their treatment of migrant workers and women and their stance on LGBT rights, which has led to allegations of sports washing.[7][8] Others said that Qatar's severe climate and the absence of a strong football culture are evidence of bribery due to hosting rights and the widespread corruption of FIFA.[8] Several teams, clubs and individual players announced a boycott of the event, while former FIFA President Joseph Blatter twice stated that awarding Qatar the hosting rights was a "mistake".[9] [10] Current FIFA President Gianni Infantino defended the hosting. The controversy has been described as a cultural clash between Islamic morals and Western liberal secular democracies.[8] Others point to this as an example of declining Western influence in football and geopolitics.[7][11] And for more suspense, here are the most popular videos that caused a sensation among social networking sites and garnered millions of views in a few hours https://linktr.ee/fouadhouari

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