FIFA brings together the 32 qualified for the World Cup

FIFA brings together the 32 qualified for the World Cup

The body that directs world football organizes from this Tuesday days for the federations ahead of the World Cup final phase

Once the 32 places for the World Cup have been defined, FIFA is organizing from this Tuesday and for the next few days work days in Qatar, the venue for the 2022 World Cup, days that the Spanish Football Federation will attend

Just a week ago now, the groups and the 32 teams that will participate in the World Cup in Qatar were defined, which will be held from November 21 to December 18, 2022. Wales, Australia and Costa Rica have been the last three selections that are added to the 29 previously classified.

Once the eight groups of four World Cup teams have been defined, the countdown begins for the start of the great world team party.

That is why FIFA has convened since Tuesday in Qatar the 32 federations whose teams are classified for the World Cup. Among them is the Spanish Football Federation, which will be represented by Nuria Martínez, Team Manager of the Spanish team since last September and after last summer’s European Championship.

These are working days in which FIFA will inform all the teams of all the operational, logistical, organizational and sporting issues surrounding the World Cup event.

There are intense days of work over the next week as time flies with our sights set on November 21, the date of the opening match of the World Cup between Senegal and the Netherlands. Five months are missing right now (152 days) until the ball starts. Spain’s debut will come on November 23 against Costa Rica.



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