Spain matches schedule in the World Cup Qatar

Four years after the World Cup in Russia, Spain faces World Cup in Qatar As an opportunity to improve the results of their recent posts. In the last two World Cups, which followed the remembered conquest of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Spain were sadly eliminated at the first opportunity.

The draw for the group stage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the first to be held in winter, which took place on April 1 of this year, resulted in Spain being placed in Group E.

In this group they will face Germany, Japan and Costa Rica.

Time difference during the World Cup

The time zone of Qatar is GMT + 1. The time difference between Spain and Qatar is an hour. Thus, the Arab world has one hour more than our country.

However, when the tournament is held, this difference will not be one hour, but two hours, because our country turns back its clocks for the winter and the Emirate of Qatar does not. For all this, two hours must be subtracted from the local time of the matches in order to know what time Spain will be.

Group stage match schedules

Spain – Costa Rica

Spain will begin its journey in the Qatar World Cup On November 23. You will do it in Fifth evening hours (Spanish time) against the Costa Rica national team. The match will be held at the Eighth Stadium in Doha.

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Germany – Spain

On the second day of the group stage they will face Germany. This game will only take place four days after the first day, so it will be played on November 27 at 8:00 p.m. (Spanish time) Khor Al-Bayt Stadium.

Japan – Spain

Again just four days after the previous match, Spain will play the match that will conclude their participation in the group stage. It will be measured against the choice of japan and will On December 1 at 20:00 (Spanish time) At Khalifa International Stadium in Al-Rayyan.

Spain must be in the top two of the group to reach the last 16 of the World Cup. Its opponent will be one of the seeded teams from Group F. Remember that Group F consists of teams from Belgium, Morocco, Canada and Croatia.

If Spain finishes first, it will face the second seeded group from said group, and if it is second seeded, it will play against the group seeded first.

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