When is the 2022 FIFA World Cup? Dates for Next Major International tournament in Qatar. Typically, there is a two-year hiatus between European Championships and World Cups; however, there is only a one-year gap this time due to the pandemic pushing Euro 2020 delayed.

England’s men’s team has reached their first major final in 55 years, since the 1966 World Cup. On Sunday, the Three Lions will face Italy in the Euro 2020 final, 

with 60,000 spectators allowed inside the stadium to support them.

When is the 2022 FIFA World Cup? Dates for Next Major International tournament

Even if England loses, many supporters believe Gareth Southgate has assembled a team capable of long-term success, a team to be proud of after years of disgrace. The World Cup, which will take place next year, will be the next aim after the Euros.

When will the World Cup take place next?

World Cups are usually held in the summer, but because the 2022 tournament will be held in Qatar, it will be held in November and December.

The first game will take place on November 21, with the final taking place on December 18, barely a week before Christmas.

It was decided that the weather in Qatar in June and July would be too hot to hold the event during those months. Due to qualifying as hosts, this will be Qatar’s first World Cup appearance. What is the significance of it being in Qatar?

Qatar’s hosting of the tournament has sparked intense debate. Several allegations of bribery have surfaced between the Qatar bid committee and Fifa world cup 2022 members and officials. Several Fifa officials, including former president Sepp Blatter, have since stated that giving the tournament to Qatar was an “error.”

Qatar has no previous football experience, and the tournament’s stadiums were constructed from the ground up. Concerns about the weather have also been raised, and the idea to hold the event in the winter has been criticized.

The main source of contention has been Qatar’s human rights record and the treatment of laborers contracted to construct the infrastructure. Workers are unable to change employment or even leave the country without the approval of their sponsors, and Amnesty International documented “serious exploitation” of workers in November 2013.

The International Trade Union Confederation’s Sharan Burrows described the workers as “laboriously slaves” after visiting a labor camp.

Is England a qualifying team?

Hungary, Poland, Albania, Andorra, and San Marino are all in the same qualifying group as England.

So far, England has won all three matches, the most recent of which being a 2-1 victory over Poland in March.

This puts them first in their group, putting them in a solid position to qualify for next year’s event.

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