2022 World Cup: ‘Vice’ Croatia and former champions Germany and Spain debut


Runner-up Croatia makes its debut today at the 2022 Football World Cup, on the same day that former champions Germany and Spain also play their first game in Qatar.

Defeated finalist against France in 2018, Croatia, which has reached at least the semi-finals every time it has passed the group stage, plays Morocco, which only made it past the first stage in 1986, in a year in which it faced Portugal.

The Group F match, scheduled for 13:00 local time (10:00 in Lisbon), at the Al Bayt Stadium, will be the first official one between the two teams.

In the same ‘poule’, Belgium, semifinalist in 2018, faces at 22:00 local (19:00 in Lisbon) Canada, who is for the second time in a World Cup, 36 years after having been in Mexico86.

Four times world champion, Germany kicks off Group E at 16:00 local time (13:00 in Lisbon), facing Japan, which, in six presences in World Cups, reached the round of 16 three times.

The ‘mannschaft’ tries in Qatar to recover from the disappointment of the last World Cup, in which they fell in the initial group stage, something that had never happened to them.

Spain, champions in 2010 – since then the best they’ve achieved is reaching the round of 16 in 2018 – will face Costa Rica for the first time, in a match scheduled for 19:00 local time (16:00).

journey program


Sunday, November 20, 2022


Monday, November 21, 2022

England v Iran, 6 – 2
Senegal – Netherlands, 0 – 2
United States – Wales, 1 – 1


Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Argentina v Saudi Arabia, 1 – 2
Denmark – Tunisia, 0 – 0
Mexico – Poland, 0 – 0
France – Australia, 4 – 1


Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Morocco v Croatia, 10:00

Germany v Japan, 13:00

Spain v Costa Rica, 16:00

Belgium v ​​Canada, 19:00


Thursday, November 24, 2022

Switzerland v Cameroon, 10:00

Uruguay – Rep. Korea, 1pm

Portugal – Ghana, 16:00

Brazil – Serbia, 19:00


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