Where can I watch the live broadcast of the World Preliminaries? 2022 World Cup qualifiers European live broadcast schedule and grouping list

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In the early morning of March 25th, Beijing time, the 2022 World Cup qualifiers began in Europe. Due to the epidemic, it should have been last year The European qualifiers will be postponed to this year, and the group stage will be determined from March to November to directly advance to the World Cup next year. There are 32 seats in the Qatar World Cup in 2022. The host Qatar team automatically advances. Among the remaining 31 places, the European region has 13 places, the African region has 5 places, and the Asian region and South America are directly promoted by 4 teams. In Central America and the Caribbean, there are 3 direct shortlists. The remaining two places will be born in the final two rounds of play-offs.

Where can I watch the live broadcast of the 2021 World Cup?

World preliminaries video live address:

World preliminaries video collection replay:

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There are a total of 55 teams in Europe participating, and a total of 13 places for promotion. According to the world rankings in November last year, it was divided into 6 files, and a total of 10 teams competed after drawing lots. The specific grouping situation is shown in the figure below.


2022 Qatar World Cup Qualifier European Team Competition group situation:

Group A: Portugal, Serbia, Ireland, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan

Group B: Spain, Sweden, Greece, Georgia, Kosovo

Group C: Italy, Switzerland, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, Lithuania

Group D: France, Ukraine, Finland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan

Group E: Belgium, Wales , Czech Republic, Belarus, Estonia

Group F: Denmark, Austria, Scotland, Israel, Faroe Islands, Moldova

Group G: Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, Montenegro, Latvia, Gibraltar

Group H: Croatia, Slovakia, Russia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta

Group I: England, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Andorra, San Marino

Group J: Germany, Romania, Iceland, North Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein

2022 Qatar World Cup qualifier European zone promotion rules:

The first stage: 55 enters 10

(1) Competition system: 55 national teams are divided into 10 groups, 5 groups have 5 national teams, and the other 5 groups have 6 National team. Each group will have a total of 10 rounds (8-10 games) in the home and away rounds of the group;

(2) Promotion conditions: each group will advance to the World Cup first

(similar (In the first stage of the 2020 European Cup qualifiers)

The second stage: 12 to 3

(1) Competition system: Two rounds of elimination. 12 enters 6, 6 enters 3

(2) Participating national teams: 10 teams in the first stage, the second plus the two best UEFA teams that have not directly obtained qualifying or additional qualifications The first altogether 12 teams (that is, the champions and runners-up teams of this UEFA have already qualified for the World Cup qualifier play-offs in advance)

For each group, all It is a strong pattern, only the Dutch group is very difficult. According to the schedule, each team must compete for the first place in the group. Once they reach second place, the difficulty of qualifying will be particularly magnified. In group A,There is a special identity that is Qatar, they just participate in the warm-up match. The biggest overlord is Portugal. Ronaldo should be the last time he has participated in the World Cup. Starting from the qualifiers, he will definitely go all out, adding Felix, B Fee, B Silva, Jota and other strong players, even Serbia and It is also difficult for Ireland to pose too much threat to Portugal.

In the B group, Spain is the only one. Ferran Torres is amazing and Tiago, Morata and other veterans are the top players in this group. Although Sweden still has Ibrahimovic, its overall strength is weak, and it is good to hold the second place in the face of Greece. Italy is more optimistic in Group C. Bellotti, Insigne, and Varela have all performed well in the league. Switzerland also deserves to be careful. Veteran Shaqiri often blocks strong opponents.

In Group D, France is the biggest favorite. The lineup has been unprecedentedly strong and has the strength to defend the World Cup. Ukraine and Finland may compete for the second place in the group. In Group E, Belgium is almost locked in qualifying under the leadership of De Bruyne and Lukaku, and the Czech Republic is deteriorating to keep second even if it passes. In Group F, Denmark has the advantage, Eriksson alone, the rest of Austria, Israel, Scotland, etc. also have the momentum of impact.

The Oranges in Group G have a revival in the Netherlands. Depay, Van der Beek, Wijnaldum, etc. are all on the list, while Van Dijk has not entered due to injury. Turkey is also very strong, with Irmaz and Toson in good condition. There is also Norway in the same group, and the Nordic powerhouse with the talented Harland also has a great opportunity to qualify. The situation in this group is the most complicated of all groups. Group H has the last World Cup runner-up Croatia, coupled with relatively strong Russia, other teams do not have many opportunities.

Group I is dominated by England and Poland, and the Premier League's many strongmen against Lewand are also a highlight. Group J has a rejuvenating German team, their group is relatively weak, at best Iceland will create some threats. This also gave Germany a chance to revive. Under the leadership of the new generation of players such as Sane, Werner, Gnabry, the Germanic chariot should also qualify.

The schedule of the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers in Europe is as follows:

Stage 1:

Round 1: 2021 March 25-26; Round 2: March 28-29, 2021

Round 3: March 31-April 1, 2021; Round 4: September 2, 2021 -3rd

Round 5: September 5-6, 2021; Round 6: September 8-9, 2021

Round 7: October 2021 9-10; Round 8: October 12-13, 2021

Round 9: November 12-14, 2021; Round 10: November 15-17, 2021

Second stage:

Play-off semi-finals: March 25-26, 2022

Play-off finals: March 29-30, 2022

2022 World Cup European live broadcast schedule:

March 27, 2021 (Saturday)

22:00 World Preliminary European Zone Group G Montenegro VS Gibraltar

22:00 World Preliminary European Zone Group H Russia VS Slovenia

March 28, 2021 (Sunday)

01:00 World Preliminary European Zone Group A Qatar VS Azerbaijan

01:00 World Preliminary European Zone E Group Belarus VS Estonia

01: 00 World Preliminary European Group G Netherlands VS Latvia

01:00 World Preliminary European Group G Norway VS Turkey

01:00 World Preliminary European Group H Croatia VS Cyprus

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03:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group A Serbia VS Portugal

03:45 World Preliminary European Zone A Group A Ireland VS Luxembourg

03:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group H Slovakia VS Malta

03:45 World Preliminary European Group E Czech Republic VS Belgium

21:00 World Preliminary European Group D Kazakhstan VS France

March 29, 2021 (Monday)

00:00 World Preliminary European Zone J Armenia VS Iceland

00:00 World Preliminary European Zone F Denmark VS Moldova

00:00 World Preliminary European Zone Group IAlbania VS England

00:00 World Preliminary European Group B Georgia VS Spain

02:45 World Preliminary European Group I Poland VS Andorra

02 :45 World Preliminary European Group I San Marino VS Hungary

02:45 World Preliminary European Group J North Macedonia VS Liechtenstein

02:45 World Preliminary European Group D Ukraine VS Finland

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group C Switzerland VS Lithuania

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group F Austria VS Faroe Islands

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone F Group Israel VS Scotland

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone J Group Romania VS Germany

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone B Group Kosovo VS Sweden

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group C Bulgaria VS Italy

March 31, 2021 (Wednesday)

00:00 World Preliminary European Zone Group A Azerbaijan VS Serbia

00:00 World Preliminary European Group H Cyprus VS Slovenia

02:45 World Preliminary European Group G Gibraltar VS Netherlands

02:45 World Preliminaries European Group G Turkey VS Latvia

02:45 World Preliminaries European Group G Montenegro VS Norway

02:45 World Preliminaries European Group A Luxembourg VS Portugal

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone H Group Croatia VS Malta

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone H Group S Slovakia VS Russia

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone E Group Belgium VS Belarus

02:45 World Preliminary European Group E Wales VS Czech Republic

02:45 World Preliminary European Group A Qatar VS Ireland

2021 April 1st (Thursday)

02:45 World Preliminary European Group I Andorra VS Hungary

02:45 World Preliminary European Group I England VS Poland

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone I San Marino VS Albania

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone J Group Germany VS North Macedonia

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone J Group Liechtenstein VS Iceland

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone D Group Bosnia and Herzegovina VS France

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone D Group Ukraine VS Kazakhstan

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone Group B Greece VS Georgia

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone B Group Spain VS Kosovo

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone C Group C Lithuania VS Italy

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone C Group Northern Ireland VS Bulgaria

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone F Group Austria VS Denmark

02:45 World Preliminary European Zone F Group Moldova VS Israel

02:45 World Preliminary Tournament European Zone Group F Scotland VS Faroe Islands


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