Wales vs England 2022 World Cup Live

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Wales vs England 2022 World Cup Live

Wales vs England Fixtures Group B Match of the 2022 World Cup

Wales vs England 2022 World Cup Live

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales
Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Australia
Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica
Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, Korea Republic

2:00 PM ET Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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FIFA World Cup 2022 live stream: how to watch every match online and on TV
World Cup, formally FIFA World Cup, in football (soccer), quadrennial tournament of men’s national teams that determines the sport’s world champion. It is likely the most popular sporting event in the world, drawing billions of television viewers every tournament. The equivalent event for women’s national football teams is the Women’s World Cup.

The first competition for the cup was organized in 1930 by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and was won by Uruguay. Held every four years since that time, except during World War II, the competition consists of international sectional tournaments leading to a final elimination event made up of 32 national teams. Unlike Olympic football, World Cup teams are not limited to players of a certain age or amateur status, so the competition serves more nearly as a contest between the world’s best players. Referees are selected from lists that are submitted by all the national associations.


The trophy cup awarded from 1930 to 1970 was the Jules Rimet Trophy, named for the Frenchman who proposed the tournament. This cup was permanently awarded in 1970 to then three-time winner Brazil (1958, 1962, and 1970), and a new trophy called the FIFA World Cup was put up for competition. Many other sports have organized “World Cup” competitions.

For soccer fans, the countdown to the Qatar World Cup has already begun. Seeing the world’s best soccer players live is always exciting, and that’s why we cannot wait to accompany our guests to Qatar while watching the next FIFA World Cup.  To get you up to speed, we have compiled a list of World Cup facts to make you the smartest person at the next party you attend.

Wales vs England 2022 World Cup Live

Continents And Countries
Only two continents have succeeded as champions of the FIFA World Cup: Europe and South America. In fact, of the 20 World Cups, European countries have been finalists in 18 of them.
As of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, 79 national teams have competed in the final tournaments. This will become 80 after Qatar make its debut in 2022.

There are only eight countries to have won the World Cup.
Mexico has qualified without winning the World Cup tournaments more than any other country (16 times). They’ve even been the host country twice in 1970 and 1986.
The country with the smallest population to ever compete in the FIFA World Cup is Iceland (population: 334,000)
Among the national teams, Germany has played the most World Cup matches (106) and appeared in the most finals (8), semi-finals (13), and quarter-finals (16) as well as scored the most World Cup goals (224), while Brazil has appeared in the most World Cups (20).

In 2002, the FIFA World Cup tournament was held in two countries – South Korea and Japan.
Uruguay in 1950 is the only team to have won the World Cup finals without winning the final. This is because Fédération Internationale de Football Association (known as FIFA) changed the rules for that competition only. Rather than teams going from a group stage to a knockout format, the teams when into another group. It just so happened that the final match was between the only two sides that could win the competition, hosts Brazil and 1930 winners Uruguay. Despite being heavy favorites, Brazil went down 2-1.

New Zealand is the only team to go unbeaten in the 2010 World Cup as they drew all 3 of their group stage games. The winners of the tournament, Spain, lost their 1st group stage match to Switzerland.
A European nation has won the past four World Cups and five of the last six – Brazil being the only non-European country to succeed.
France has won two of the last seven tournaments, making them the only country to win multiple World Cups finals in that time.
In 1930, Yugoslavia started its FIFA World Cup game with the youngest starting line-up ever. Players averaged 21 years and 258 days old.
Germany’s 1998 starting lineup versus Iran was the oldest ever fielded at a World Cup. Players were an average age of 31 years and 345 days. The next closest record is held by Belgium, whose average age against Mexico was 31 years and 304 days.

The Indian team qualified for the 1950 World Cup in Brazil but withdrew from the competition. As well as financial concerns, FIFA’s requirement for players to wear shoes during matches played a role in the team’s decision, since the Indian players had previously only played barefoot.

Wales vs England 2022 World Cup Live

The Host Nation
The last nation to win the FIFA World Cup as the host was France in 1998.
The host country has won six of the 20 World Cups.
The only host country not to have reached the second round is South Africa.
Southeast Asia and Oceania have never hosted the tournament.
A first-winter World Cup will be held for the first time in 2022 in Qatar. Every other host country has held the tournament in the summer months.
Among Qatar’s infrastructure projects are the construction of stadiums, highways, and hotels. The country is spending a staggering $200 billion on these projects. This will be the most expensive World Cup.

There are only eight stadiums being utilized for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. This is the lowest number of stadiums for the World Cup since the 1978 edition in the host country of Argentina. They only used 6 stadiums.
Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup in fully air-conditioned stadiums for the first time ever.

World Cup Records
France soccer player Just Fontaine holds the record for the most goals scored in a single World Cup, with his 13 goals in 1958. He is fourth on the list of the most World Cup goal scorers ever.

Roger Milla from Cameroon is known to be the oldest player to participate in a World Cup Match. This man was responsible for leading his country into the World Cup in 1990.

The youngest player ever to play in the World Cup was Norman Whiteside from Northern Ireland. The young player had just turned 17 years and 41 days old when he played against Yugoslavia in 1982.

Luis Monti was the first player to represent two different countries in World Cup history. (Argentina 1930 and Italy 1934) Five other players have followed him:

Robert Prosinecki (Yugoslavia 1990, Croatia 1998)
Robert Jarni (Yugoslavia 1990, Croatia 1998)
José Santamaria (Uruguay 1954 and Spain 1962)
Ferenc(Hungary 1954 and Spain 1962)
Mazola (Brazil 1958, Italy 1962)

The fastest substitute from the start of the game was Italian Alessandro Nesta. He was replaced by Italy’s Giuseppe Bergomi after only four minutes in a match against Austria in 1998.
Jose Batista of Uruguay was sent off after 56 seconds in 1986 against Scotland! He was the fastest player in World Cup history to be sent off. French referee Joel Quiniou has no choice but to punish him for the foul on Gordon Strachan.

French and Brazilian legends Zinedine Zidane and Cafu hold the record for most cards. They each received six cautions.
Jurgen Klinsmann became the first player to score three or more goals in three consecutive World Cups, later joined by Ronaldo of Brazil and German Miroslav Klose.

World Cup Facts About Outfield Players
Another interesting World Cup fact is that famous cricketer Sir Viv Richards is the only person to have played both World Cup Football and World Cup Cricket. In addition, he played soccer for Antigua in the 1974 World Cup qualifiers.
Between 2002 and 2014, Germany’s Miroslav Klose set a world record for the most World Cup goals. He scored a total of 16 goals over four consecutive tournaments.

In 1994, Russia’s Oleg Slanko scored five goals against Cameroon, setting the record for the most individual goals in a match.
Hungary’s Laszlo Kiss is the only substitute to score a hat-trick in the World Cup. Kiss scored the first of three goals for Hungary when the score was 5-1 against El Salvador in Spain in 1982. The World Cup finals victory was the biggest ever.

In terms of minutes on the field, two players have the shortest FIFA World Cup careers. Khemais Labidi represented Tunisia against Mexico in 1978 for two minutes. Former Argentina midfielder Marcelo Trobbiani helped his country beat West Germany 3-2 in the 1986 final. He came on for his first and only appearance with two minutes remaining.

Crazy Facts About World Cup
One of the fun World Cup facts involves the penalty shootout of the great Italian footballer Giuseppe Meazza. In the year 1938, he got a chance of a penalty kick against Brazil. Unfortunately, while he was about to do so, his shorts fell. Despite this malfunction, he picked up his shorts and made the goal beating the goalkeeper, who was still laughing. This goal pushed Italy into the finals.

Zinedine Zindane abruptly charged at the Italian defender Marco Materazzi during the final match of the 2006 World Cup tournament, striking him with his head. Zidane, who is of Algerian descent, shocked spectators and commentators with the bizarre assault, which prompted some to believe the player was responding to a racial epithet. A few days later, Matterazi admitted to insulting the Frenchman’s sister.

The only player ever to be sent off on his birthday was Italian forward Gianfranco Zola. After being sent off against Nigeria, Zola missed the two subsequent World Cup matches after being judged to have fouled Augustine Eguavoen by the referee. However, Italy won the match 2-1 and eventually made it to the World Cup final. After this suspension, Gianfranco Zola did not regain his place on the team.

Among all goalkeepers participating in one World Cup, South Korean Hong Duk-Yung conceded the most World Cup goals. In 1954, Hong Duk-Yung conceded 16 goals.
Bodo Illgner of West Germany was the first-ever goalkeeper to have kept a clean sheet in the FIFA World Cup Final That was in the 1990 tournament.
The first time a goalkeeper was replaced at a World Cup was for any other reason than injury when Zaire was 0-3 down versus Yugoslavia after 22 minutes in 1974. Dimbi Tubilandu, his replacement, was unable to block the goal rush, and subsequently, their country lost the game 9-0.
The longest unbeaten goalkeeper in World Cup history is Walter Zenga of Italy. While playing in the 1990 tournament, he went 517 minutes without allowing a goal. In the semifinal, Argentina’s Claudio Caniggia ended his run after Italy lost on penalties.

Known as the “Black Spider” for his all-black goalkeeper clothing, the great Lev Yashin played in three World Cups (1958, 1962, and 1966). “I like to have a smoke before a match to calm my nerves, then drink a strong drink to tone my muscles,” he said when asked about his pre-match routine.
As captain of the Italian national team in 1982, Dino Zoff was the oldest player to win the World Cup finals at the age of 40 years, 4 months, and 13 days.

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