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World Cup Final 2022: Date, tickets, stadium, how to watch
The World Cup is arguably the biggest competition in football and one of the biggest in sport, so there is a lot of pressure to make sure it meets expectations.
The last World Cup saw France win the competition, and with Les Bleus having such a strong squad, many are expecting them to do the same again.
All the nations involved in the tournament will be dreaming of getting to the final of the World Cup and bringing the trophy back to their home nation.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2022 World Cup Final:
2022 World Cup Final Date & Time
The Qatar 2022 World Cup Final will be played on Sunday 18th December 2022. It will most likely be played at 3:00 PM BST.
2022 World Cup Final Tickets
Tickets for this World Cup Final are available on all of your standard ticket sales and distribution companies; however, tickets from the official FIFA website are not available right now. There were draws made in April 2022 for some tickets and this draw has been completed.
As stated by FIFA: “The next opportunity to purchase tickets for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ will be a First Come First Served sales period. All purchases will be processed as real-time transactions, on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability. Tickets successfully purchased will be confirmed immediately to ticket applicants. Visit FIFA.com/tickets regularly for updates.”
What stadium will the 2022 World Cup Final be hosted in?
The Lusail Iconic Stadium or Lusail Stadium will host the final game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
How to Watch the 2022 World Cup Final
The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be on TV in the UK and is shared between BBC and ITV. Both broadcasters will be sharing live coverage of the World Cup final on TV (BBC One and ITV One).
How to Live Stream the 2022 World Cup Final
In order to live stream the Qatar 2022 World Cup final, you have to have either a BBC account or an ITV account (both are free). You will then be able to watch the final on either BBC iPlayer or the ITV Hub.
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