FIFA confirms change to begin date of 2022 Qatar World Cup

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FIFA confirms change to begin date of 2022 Qatar World Cup

The men’s 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will start a day sooner than initially planned permitting the host country to play the primary game when it faces Ecuador, FIFA – – the worldwide overseeing body for the game of football – – authoritatively affirmed on Thursday.

Following a consistent choice by the Bureau of the FIFA Council, the competition will currently start on November 20 rather than November 21 when three games had been planned, with Senegal versus the Netherlands recently set to open the occasion.
“The FIFA World Cup 2022 will start off with a considerably more prominent festival for neighborhood and global fans as host country Qatar will currently play Ecuador on Sunday, 20 November at 19:00 as a feature of an independent occasion,” an assertion from FIFA said.
The choice will guarantee “the progression of a well-established custom” where the main match of a World Cup includes either the hosts or the reigning champs.
It “followed an evaluation of the opposition and functional ramifications, as well as an exhaustive conference process and a concurrence with key partners and the host country,” the assertion proceeded.


The Qatar World Cup will currently start on November 20.
As an outcome of this move, Senegal’s match against the Netherlands has been rescheduled from the evening to the night of November 21. Nonetheless, the delivery period for players will stay unaltered, starting on November 14.
FIFA likewise noticed that “ticket holders will be appropriately told by email that the important matches have been rescheduled and their tickets will stay substantial regardless of the new date/time.”
An assertion delivered on Friday by the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy of the Qatar 2022 World Cup insisted on the host country’s help for the choice.
“The effect of this choice on fans was evaluated by FIFA. We will cooperate to guarantee a smooth competition for the allies impacted by the change,” it said.
“With 100 Days to Go, Qatar is prepared. We anticipate inviting the world for a notable version of the FIFA World Cup.”
The competition will presently occur from November 20 to December 18.

Sports Desk, Ne India News

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