FIFA approves 26-man squads for 2022 World Cup

FIFA approves 26-man squads for 2022 World Cup

FIFA approves 26-man squads for 2022 World Cup

National teams will be allowed to include a maximum of 26 players in their final squads for the World Cup this year.To get more news about XemBD, you can visit xembd.cc official website.

FIFA has given the go ahead to increase the number of players in their rosters for the tournament in Qatar.FIFA explained that the decision to change the size of the squads for the World Cup was made because of the unusual timing of the competition, which is set to begin in November 21.

The Covid-19 pandemic has also played a role in the decision to expand the teams.

A statement from FIFA read: "Given the need to retain additional flexibility due to the unique timing of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in the global calendar, as well as the broader context of the disruptive effects caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on squads before and during tournaments, the Bureau has decided the following:"The number of players to be included on the final list has been increased to at least 23 and a maximum of 26.

"The final matchday at club level for the 23 to 26 players nominated on the final list will be 13 November 2022.

"No more than 26 people (up to 15 substitutes and 11 team officials – one of these officials must be the team doctor) will be allowed to sit on the team bench."Senegal and Netherlands will get the tournament underway, with the first game of Group A to be played at 13:00 local time on November 21.

Group B teams England and Iran will then face each other at 16:00, followed by a match between Qatar and Ecuador in Group A.

The opening day of the competition will be rounded off in a game between United States and Wales at 22:00.The 2022 FIFA World Cup will witness some of the finest tacticians fight for the greatest glory in world football. France manager Didier Deschamps will have the onus to defend the trophy and if he succeeds in doing so, then it will be his third World Cup triumph overall (won one World Cup as a player and one as a manager).

He will face fierce competition from Argentina's Lionel Scaloni who has ticked all the right boxes since he has taken charge of the Albiceleste. In 2021, after winning the Copa America, he brought an end to their 28-year-long title drought. And now he has set his eyes on the biggest prize in international football.

Roberto Martinez of Belgium and Fernando Santos of Portugal have a rich talent pool and they will test the mettle of the heavyweights. Meanwhile, England's Gareth Southgate will be looking to bring back the World Cup home after 56 years.


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