The World Cup in Qatar offers great football entertainment almost without a break. So that you don't miss an important game, we provide information about all the games in the individual World Cup phases, the kick-off times and the respective group tables.
A total of 16 countries will play against each other in the round of 16. After almost all groups have been played three times, the critical phase is now approaching: In the knockout phase, it is decided in just one game who has to leave and who will advance to the quarter-finals.
Netherlands - USA 3:1Saturday, 3.12. at 4 p.m
Argentina 2-1 Australia Saturday, 12/3 at 8:00 p.m
France - Poland 3:1Sunday, 4.12. at 4 p.m
England - Senegal 3-0Sunday, 4.12. at 8:00 p.m
Japan - Croatia (Groups E and F)Monday, 5.12. at 4 p.m
Brazil - South KoreaMonday, 5.12. at 8:00 p.m
Morocco - Spain (Groups E and F)Tuesday, 6.12. at 4 p.m
Portugal – SwitzerlandTuesday, 6.12. at 8:00 p.m
Not all 48 World Cup games can be seen on free TV. Only Magenta TV has secured the rights for all games. In the round of 16 there are two games that can only be seen at Telekom.
Round of 16 only on Magenta TV:
Netherlands - USA: Saturday, 3.12. at 4 p.m.England - Senegal: Sunday, 4.12. at 8:00 p.m
Round of 16 broadcast on ARD:
Argentina - Australia: Saturday, 3.12. at 8:00 p.m.Morocco - Spain: Tuesday, 6.12. at 4 p.m.Portugal – Switzerland Tuesday, 6.12. at 8:00 p.m
Round of 16 broadcast on ZDF:
France - Poland: Sunday, 4.12. at 4:00 p.m. Japan - Croatia: Monday, 5.12. at 4:00 p.m. Brazil - South Korea: Monday, 5.12. at 8:00 p.m
During the group phase, up to four games take place every day - it's easy to lose track of things. That is why we have summarized all groups for you in the 2022 World Cup schedule.
All groups at a glance: The 2022 World Cup schedule for the World Cup in Qatar
Can't watch the games on TV? Then you can also follow the games in our World Cup live ticker.