The official countdown to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which begins in November, has begun for sports lovers all around the world. The event will be hosted for the first time at the end of the year, and it will make its debut in the Middle East.
SuperSport will stream the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 live on Showmax Pro with English commentary for customers across the African continent (Sub-Saharan Africa). From November 20 through December 18, all 64 games, including the SuperSport studio presentation, half-time discussions, day wraps, and more, will be accessible to stream.
Brazil, the tournament’s most successful squad, will be keenly watched as they attempt to relive their glory days. According to the latest FIFA World rankings announced on March 31, the number-one rated nation will attempt to add to their five titles lead by an array of superstars including PSG’s Neymar Jr, Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus, and Real Madrid’s Vincius Jr, among others.
Champions in the making France will return, seeking to defend their championship, led by another PSG sensation, Kylian Mbappe, who scored four goals in their 2018 success. England will be seeking to improve on their second-place performance in the UEFA European Football Championship last year, while eventual winners Italy will be disappointed after failing to qualify for this year’s tournament.
The national teams of Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon, Tunisia, and Morocco will represent Africa. Ghana’s Black Stars, who were memorably eliminated by Uruguay in the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, will be headed by captain Andre Ayew, who will be participating in his third World Cup after appearing in 2010 and 2014. In March of this year, the Black Stars defeated Nigeria in a play-off to secure their place in Qatar.