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Football fans, it’s time to get ready for the 2022 World Cup.

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Jul-21 03:56 first published at 03:56 AM


Even if you’re not a football fan, it’s difficult not to be swept up in the excitement surrounding a FIFA World Cup. The significance of the occasion is incomparable to any other global sporting event, with the golden Jules Rimet trophy perhaps the most iconic of all. France triumphed deservedly four years ago in 2018, in a tournament in which a young and exciting England side came close to reaching the final.
Southgate’s army is looking to go all the way after coming agonizingly close to winning the Euros last year. But will the Qatar World Cup in 2022 live up to expectations? Staying out of jail will be a genuine concern for fans, especially since this is the first time a World Cup has been held in the winter. Several other factors could derail the tournament, but there are many reasons to be excited as well. Keep reading for an investigation into the 2022 World Cup and our expectations.
The inaugural Winter World Cup
Due to the Middle East’s scorching summer temperatures, the World Cup will be played in the winter for the first time to protect players and fans. Because conditions will remain reasonably warm, the atmosphere in Qatar is unlikely to be affected. However, for millions of fans around the world, not being able to watch games outside in pub gardens or on large communal screens will be strange.
The World Cup coincides with British Summer Time, so it will be strange to watch the tournament when we would normally be rushing around in the run-up to Christmas. You never know; it could make things more exciting, but chances are that many people will be upset about the scheduling change, especially since it was avoidable.
A Football Beacon in Asia?
Football has historically lagged behind other Asian sports, which the Qatari World Cup hopes to change. The country is about as far away from a traditional football-playing country as you can get, but the tournament is sure to whet the appetite for the beautiful game. Hopefully, Qatar 2022 will be a watershed moment in the global popularity of football.
One disadvantage is Qatar’s automatic entry as the top seed. It could mean a less competitive group stage for the team in question, but it could also mean the birth of a new top global football team.
How to Get the Most Out of the FIFA 2022 World Cup
For many Brits, experiencing the World Cup to the fullest is standard procedure, and there are numerous ways to do so. The winter tournament will make things a little different this year, but we’re sure the pub will still play a role.
When the fixture list is released, it is critical to plan a game schedule. Otherwise, you risk missing out on some of the best matches. Many football fans enjoy placing bets during the World Cup. It’s the ideal time to do so, with so much football on offer. During major sporting events, bookmakers are often generous, offering deposit matches or risk-free bet promotions. UK betting sites also provide their customers with benefits such as odds boosts and exclusive acca promotions, so it’s worth investigating the best ones before the 2022 World Cup. If gambling isn’t your thing, World Cup fantasy football leagues are a great way to have a good time with your friends without having to worry about losing money. You can host World Cup parties or go to your local pub to soak up the exciting atmosphere.
Factors Posing Difficulties for a World Cup in Qatar
Unfortunately, there are a number of issues surrounding the World Cup in Qatar. To begin with, the decision to award the country a World Cup is almost certainly the result of high-level corruption. Furthermore, countless construction workers have died while constructing the new stadiums required for the competition.
Then there are the heinous attitudes toward homosexuality, for which you could face jail time.
Players to Look Out For
The 2022 World Cup will welcome a slew of rising stars, with a new generation of footballers looking to make their mark on the biggest stage. Julian Alvarez, Jude Bellingham, Matias Arezo, and Karim Adeyemi are among them.

Keep an eye out for them as they prepare to take things to the next level.

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