The World Cup in Qatar offers great football entertainment almost without a break. So that you don't miss an important game, we'll provide information about the games of the day, 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 three games have been played in all groups, the critical phase is now upon us: In the knockout phase, it is decided in just one game who has to leave and who advances to the quarter-finals. Tomorrow's pairings at a glance:
Japan - CroatiaTime: 16:00
Brazil - South KoreaTime: 20:00
Japan - Croatia: 4 p.m., Magenta TV and ZDF Brazil - South Korea: 8 p.m., Magenta TV and ZDF
Most games are shown on free TV: ARD and ZDF show a total of 48 games, including all games with German participation, the semi-finals and the final. The second major provider is Magenta TV – Telekom shows all World Cup games live.
In addition to two rounds of 16 and a quarter-final, some games from the last matchdays of the group phase, which are taking place in parallel, are played here exclusively. If Germany is not playing in the game for third place, this will also be shown exclusively on Magenta TV.
Four teams are always in action on the same day. On December 5th, it will be the teams from groups E, F, G and H.
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.
Follow in real time: Our World Cup live ticker