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World Cup 2022 will be held in Qatar, a country which has never hosted the tournament before. During the tournament, 32 nations will compete for the title of world champions. The 32 teams will play in the group stage and the knockout stage. The schedule will consist of 64 matches played in eight venues. The eight venues include Al Bayt Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Education City Stadium, and Al Janoub Stadium.

The group stage will consist of four matches played daily. The winners and runners-up will qualify for the knockout round. There will be a play-off for third place on December 17. The first two rounds of group stage matches will kick off at 1pm, followed by the fourth round at 4pm and the knockout rounds at 6pm.

FIFA’s responsibility to protect human rights is ongoing. In addition to ensuring the safety of เดิมพันฟุตบอลโลก 2022 ที่ Sbobet players and fans, the organization should use its influence to ensure labour rights are upheld in the construction of stadiums. Furthermore, it should use its influence to ensure respect for labour rights across a wider range of infrastructure projects. For instance, the case of Mercury MENA highlighted the importance of respecting labour rights in cooling systems and accommodation complexes.

The stadiums will be very close to one another, so transport routes will be extremely busy. Luckily, there are free public transport cards that allow visitors to use public transportation on match days. These cards cover public transport and can be used for taxis. Nevertheless, it is imperative to keep in mind that road discipline in Qatar is very poor, and speeds are high.

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