FIFA World Cup 2022 Squads

A prospective international football competition called the 2022 FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar from November 20, 2022, to December 18, 2022. 32 teams in all will compete in the event; only Qatar qualified as the host nation, while the remaining 31 teams will be chosen based on the qualification procedure. The 32 teams will be split into 8 groups of four teams each, and 64 matches will be played throughout the tournament. The official roster for each qualified club will be released. Two lists—the Release list and the final list—are used to accomplish the same thing. The related details are provided below:

Release schedule

A list of no more than 55 players from each side that qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup must be submitted to FIFA. The release list is the name given to this list. The player’s entire last name(s), all first names, popular name, name on the jersey, location and date of birth, passport number and expiration date, name and nationality of the club, height, weight, number of caps won, and number of international goals scored are all required to be included on the list.

Final List

A final roster of at least 23 and at most 26 players (including three goalkeepers) and 27 officials, as submitted by each side, will subsequently be required by FIFA. The phrase “final list” refers to this list. Players on the release list will be used to choose the players for the final list. The final tournament will only be open to the participants on the final list. Only 26 persons, including 11 team officials, one of whom must be the team doctor, and 15 replacements will be permitted to sit on the team bench.

Replacement of Player

Only in the event of a significant illness or injury up to 24 hours before to the commencement of his team’s first match may a player on the final list be changed. It’s not necessary to limit the replacement players to those on the release list. The participating team shall nominate the substitute players and shall notify FIFA of their selections (including all of the specific player information as well as a copy of his passport). 

FIFA Medical, represented by the FIFA General Medical Officer, shall decide if the injury or sickness is severe enough to preclude the player from competing in the tournament after receiving and accepting a written thorough medical evaluation in one of the four official languages of FIFA.

The wounded player’s substitute will be given the injured player’s shirt number. The official team delegation will be made up of the players and officials on the final roster. 

No team has yet revealed their lineup for the FIFA World Cup in 2022, however this information will be updated as soon as it is made public. Once a team is declared, you may view its roster by selecting the relevant link in the table below. In the meanwhile, you can view the schedule for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in your local time.

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