The excitement for the tournament, which begins on November 20 in Qatar, can be felt all across the globe. The heart-stopping 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar was expected to be the biggest football tournament ever.
The administrator of Qatari football, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa, is also a brilliant man: He supports women's rights in many spheres, including politics, entertainment, and education. Together with his wife, he is helping to advance progressive teaching practices in Qatar. FIFA's World Cup in 2022 in Qatar will feature 32 national teams showcasing their skills and competing for a substantial prize pool. Women's rights groups protested to Fifa officials that Iran's restriction on women entering sports stadiums violates women's rights and should result in the country being expelled from the international football tournament. Remember that this violation has happened before, and FIFA took action against the team that broke the rules. This time, too, Fifa is warning Iran and asking them to let women play on its grounds.
32 incredible teams are prepared to compete in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The country at the top of the list is Brazil.
France's national football team defeated Croatia to claim the 2018 FIFA World Cup title.
Brazil is the team with the most FIFA World Cup titles, having won five of them as of this writing in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002, respectively.
Who are the 2022 Fifa World Cup partners?
In total, FIFA Qatar 2022 has 7 partners:
1. Coca Cola
3. Qatar Energy
4. Wanda Group
7. Qatar Airways
There are 7 sponsors of the FIFA Cup:
The overall prize money for the FIFA Cup 2022 has been set at $42 million.
The winning team will receive $42 million
The runner Up team will get $30 million
3rd place will get $27 million
4th place champion team will get $25 million