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The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is set to get underway on Monday, November 21, kicking off with group stage action. The tournament will continue until December 18, when the World Cup final will be held at Lusail Iconic Stadium. This year marks the first time in history that the FIFA World Cup has been held outside of the June-July window, as the dangerous summer temperatures in Qatar forced FIFA to move the competition to the winter. Soccer’s biggest stage is set as all 32 teams have been locked in through the qualifying cycle that’s been taking place over the last couple years.

This year’s tournament will be missing some usual heavy hitters such as four-time champions Italy, who failed to qualify for their second consecutive World Cup after losing a 1-0 playoff against North Macedonia. Also absent from the competition will be Sweden, Colombia, Chile, Egypt, and Nigeria as they all missed out on qualification as well. The United States will make their long-awaited return to the World Cup stage after missing out on 2018 in Russia, while Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica will join them as representatives of CONCACAF. While Brazil open as the favorites to win, they’re followed closely by powerhouses Argentina, France, Spain, England and Germany.

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