You can find the 2022 FIFA World Cup France Schedule below, along with information on the TV channel, timings, live stream, group preview, and more.
Matches for Group D of the FIFA World Cup will occur between November 22 and November 30, 2022. The group includes France, Australia, Denmark, and Tunisia.
Here are the dates and kickoff timings for the matches in France time:
Date of the game Time (CEST) Location
Australia vs France, Tuesday, November 22, 8:00 PM, Al Janoub
Denmark vs. France, November 26 @ 5:00 PM, 974 Stadium
France vs. Tunisia, November 30 at 4:00 PM, Education City Stadium
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World Cup 2022 can be viewed in France on TF1 and beIN Sports.
TF1 should be your first stop if you're an expatriate missing Francophone television or just curious about French culture and entertainment.
While there are live streaming options for TF1, individuals outside France without a French IP address cannot access the content since it is geo-blocked. A quick and reliable virtual private network (VPN) with French origins is the solution to this issue.
France was eliminated from Euro 2020 against Switzerland in Round 16 after winning the FIFA World Cup in 2018.
The superb team led by Didier Deschamps has a wealth of experience playing abroad, and Kylian Mbappe of PSG might be the difference-maker for Les Bleus.
Between 2020 and 2021, France beat Spain in the UEFA Nations League final. They will rank among Qatar's best teams if they can develop into a cohesive one.
They have a better chance of moving on in the competition since their pool is more accessible.
Despite being one of several excellent players on the team, Mbappe is France's most well-known World Cup performer.
Hugo Lloris, Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante, and Karim Benzema are the four players that will represent France in the Gulf.
The focus will be on the reigning champions and Kylian Mbappe. The Champions League defeat of PSG has reopened discussions about his potential transfer. In the event that he wins the World Cup, he will be the best player in the world.
FIFA World Cup France History
Only four European nations participated in the 1930 World Cup competition, with France being one of them. France tied for the sixth position with all the other nations in 1998, its first participation in the FIFA World Cup.
France's national soccer team made history by being the first squad to win the World Cup in 1998. France hosted the tournament's title game, which saw France defeat Brazil 3-0 to claim glory. Italy, the defending champions, defeated France in the inaugural World Cup, which was played there in 1938. France achieved a 4-2 victory in the World Cup final match in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. By winning this match, France became the first nation to defend its championship successfully.
France finished in second place in the 2006 World Cup after 120 minutes of play ended in a 1-1 draw between France and Italy. The competition's winner, in the end, was Italy.
In 1958 and 1986, the squad finished in third place. Additionally, it came in fourth place in 1982.