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Quarterfinals World Cup 2022: Teams Qualified, Bracket, Match Schedule, Fixtures and How it Works?

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As the FIFA World Cup nears its completion, the last eight teams standing after the round of 16 are announced.

The nations who advance to the quarterfinals will all believe they have a real chance of reaching the final on Sunday, December 18th, at the Lusail Stadium. At that point, all eight teams will be three victories away from winning the World Cup.

The quarterfinals might generate numerous fascinating perspective games, like France vs. England, Portugal versus Spain, and Senegal versus France. The match between the Netherlands and Argentina is already scheduled.

The final quarterfinal standings will be determined on Tuesday, December 6th, when the last round of 16 matches is played.

World Cup Quarterfinals Match Schedule

The eight rounds of 16 teams will compete in the quarterfinals on Friday, December 9th, and Saturday, December 10th.

Between the round of 16 and the quarterfinals, teams will have a six-day break. The winners of the quarterfinals will then have only four days until their semifinal matchups.

The qualified teams for Quarterfinals are not yet finalized; what fans know for sure is England will be facing France, and the Netherlands will be going against Argentina in the FIFA World Cup 2022 quarterfinals.

World Cup Quarterfinals

Date Match Time (ET/GMT) Stadium
Fri, Dec. 9 QF1: Japan/Croatia vs. Brazil/S. Korea 10:00 a.m. / 03:00 p.m. Education City
Fri, Dec. 9 QF2: Netherlands vs. Argentina 02:00 p.m. / 07:00 p.m. Lusail
Sat, Dec. 10 QF3: Morocco/ Spain vs. Portugal/Switzerland 10:00 a.m. / 03:00 p.m. Al Thumama
Sat, Dec. 10 QF4: England vs. France 02:00 p.m. / 07:00 p.m. Al Bayt

 

England vs. France

Following round-of-16 triumphs against Senegal and Poland, cross-Channel rivals England and France will finally meet in the World Cup knockout phase.

They’ve met twice in the competition, with England winning both times, but both were group-stage games without the threat of elimination from the World Cup.

Gareth Southgate’s team will need to improve their performance after causing some issues for Africa Cup of Nations champions Senegal in a first half that concluded with a quickfire England double.

Netherlands vs. Argentina

Argentina and the Netherlands face off in the 2022 World Cup quarterfinals on Friday, December 9th, at 2:00 p.m. ET. Argentina beat Australia 2-1 in the round of 16, while the Netherlands defeated the United States 3-1.

Argentina defeated Australia by 2-1 in its most recent match on December 3rd. Australia was outshot in the game four to fourteen. Argentina was led by Julian Alvarez and Lionel Messi, who scored two goals for their country against Australia.

Despite registering two fewer shots than the US, the Netherlands defeated the US 3-1 in its most recent match on December 3rd. Daley Blind, Memphis Depay, and Denzel Dumfries led the Netherlands with one goal each.

How do The Quarterfinals work?

They consist of four single-elimination matches, with the winner determined immediately. After 90 minutes of play, if a team is still tied, 30 minutes of overtime is played.

After 30 minutes of additional time, if the score is still tied, a penalty kick shootout will decide the game.

Penalty-Kick Shootout

The penalty shootout works as follows: each team has five chances to score a penalty kick against the other goalkeeper, with each team determining which player gets to shoot and in what order. After five rounds, the team with the most successful penalty conversions is declared the winner and advances. However, the match will be officially recorded as a draw on each side’s record.

If teams are tied on penalties after the fifth round, both teams get one more round of attempts until the deadlock is broken.

Once all 11 players on the field, including the goalie, have attempted a shot after extra time, a player cannot be nominated to take another penalty attempt in the same shootout.

FIFA World Cup Quarter Final History

The 56 available quarterfinal berths in the seven men’s World Cup tournaments staged since 1994 have been filled by the 26 nations mentioned below.

Since 1994, 16 European nations, five South American countries, two North American and African countries, and one Asian country have joined the elite eight.

Argentina, Netherlands, and France are the first three quarterfinalists in 2022, continuing their recent trend of making it to the final eight.

QF Berths Since 1994 Years
Argentina 5 1998, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2022
Belgium 2 2014, 2018
Brazil 7 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018
Bulgaria 1 1994
Colombia 1 2014
Costa Rica 1 2014
Croatia 2 1998, 2018
Denmark 1 1998
England 4 2002, 2006, 2018, 2022
France 5 1998, 2006, 2014, 2018, 2022
Germany 6 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014
Ghana 1 2010
Italy 3 1994, 1998, 2006
Netherlands 5 1994, 1998, 2010, 2014, 2022
Paraguay 1 2010
Portugal 1 2006
Romania 1 1994
Russia 1 2018
Senegal 1 2002
South Korea 1 2002
Spain 3 1994, 2002, 2010
Sweden 2 1994, 2018
Turkey 1 2002
Ukraine 1 2006
Uruguay 2 2010, 2018
USA 1 2002

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter Finals Bracket

The 2022 World Cup bracket is divided into two halves, each of which will produce a World Cup finalist who will battle for the FIFA World Cup trophy in the championship match on Sunday, December 18th. One finalist will be chosen from the following teams on one side of the bracket, featuring representatives from several regions:

  • Netherlands (def. USA)
  • Argentina (def. Australia)
  • Croatia
  • Brazil

The second half of the bracket is dominated by European teams (six out of eight); hence the other finalist is likely to be from Europe. The only challenge will come from two African teams still in the running (Morocco and Senegal).

  • England (def. Senegal)
  • France (def. Poland)
  • Spain
  • Portugal

List of Broadcasters for FIFA World Cup QuarterFinals

Region Broadcasting Rights
Afghanistan ATN
Albania RTSH
Angola TPA
Argentina TVP
  TyC Sports
Armenia AMPTV
Australia SBS
Austria ORF
  ServusTV
Azerbaijan İTV
Bangladesh T Sports
Belarus Belteleradio
Belgium RTBF
  VRT
Bolivia Bolivia TV
  Red Uno
  Unitel
Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT
Bulgaria BNT
  Nova
Brazil TV Globo
Brunei Kristal-Astro
Cambodia TVK
Cameroon CRTV
Canada Bell Media
Cape Verde RTC
Caribbean SportsMax
Cayman Islands Logic
Central Asia Saran Media
Chile Chilevisión
  Canal 13
China CCTV
  Migu
Colombia Caracol Televisión
  RCN Televisión
Costa Rica Teletica
Croatia HRT
Cuba ICRT
Curaçao TV Direct 13
Cyprus CyBC
Czech Republic ČT
  TV Nova
Denmark DR
  TV 2
Dominican Republic CDN 37
East Timor ETO TELCO
Ecuador Teleamazonas
El Salvador TCS
Estonia ERR
Europe EBU
France TF1
  beIN Sports
Finland Yle
  MTV3
Gabon RTG
Gambia GRTS
Ghana GBC
Georgia GPB
Germany ARD
  ZDF
  Deutsche Telekom
Greece ANT1
Guatemala TV Azteca
  Tigo Sports
Honduras Televicentro
Hong Kong PCCW
Hungary MTVA
Iceland RÚV
Indian subcontinent Viacom18
Indonesia Emtek
Ireland RTÉ
Israel IPBC
Italy RAI
Ivory Coast NCI
Japan Abema
  Fuji TV
  NHK
  TV Asahi
Kazakhstan Kazakh TV
Kenya KBC
Kosovo RTK
Kyrgyzstan NTRK
Latin America Vrio Corp.
Latvia LTV
Liechtenstein SRG SSR
Lithuania LRT
Macau TDM
Madagascar ORTM
Malawi MBC
Malaysia Astro
  RTM
Malta PBS
Mauritius MBC
MENA beIN Sports
Mexico Sky
  Televisa
  TV Azteca
Moldova TRM
Mongolia Central Television
Montengero RTCG
Namibia NBC
Nepal Media Hub
Netherlands NOS
New Zealand Sky
Niger ORTN
North Macedonia MRT
Norway NRK
  TV 2
Pakistan ARY Digital Network
Panama RPC
  TVN
Paraguay SNT
  Telefuturo
  Trece
  TyC Sports
  Tigo Sports
Peru Latina Televisión
Philippines TAP DMV
Poland TVP
Portugal RTP
  SIC
  Sport TV
  TVI
Romania TVR
Russia Match TV
Rwanda RBA
São Tomé and Príncipe TVS
Senegal RTS
Serbia RTS
Singapore StarHub
Slovakia RTVS
Slovenia RTV
South Africa SABC
South Korea SBS
  KBS
  MBC
Spain RTVE
  Mediapro
  Movistar Plus+
Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport
  New World TV
Suriname SCCN
  STVS
Sweden SVT
  TV4
Switzerland SRG SSR
Taiwan CTS
  ELTA
Tanzania TBC
Trinidad and Tobago CNC3
Turkey TRT
Uganda UBC
Ukraine Suspilne
United Kingdom BBC
  ITV
United States Fox
  Telemundo
Uruguay ANTEL
  Canal 4
  Canal 10
  Teledoce
  TyC Sports
Uzbekistan MTRK
Venezuela Televen
Vietnam VTV
Zambia ZNBC

 

Final Thoughts

With quarterfinals just around the corner, fans are excited to cheer for their favorite teams. This article has all the fans need to know about the qualified teams for the quarterfinals.

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