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2022 FIFA World Cup Teams to Watch

The FIFA World Cup was an absolute spectacle in 2018, with exciting games and shocking upsets that kept fans on the edge of their seats from the opening ceremony to the closing match. Football fans are already gearing up for the next World Cup in 2022, which will be hosted by Qatar. Before you tune into the opening ceremonies in four years, learn more about 2022 FIFA World Cup teams below!

  • Brazil

The Brazilian national soccer team is the most successful in history, with five championships, and is known for playing beautiful attacking football. Brazil was one of only four teams not on the original list of 32 teams who submitted a bid. They were added as hosts in December 2017 because of their high world ranking (2nd) and popularity. Brazil has a tough group with Serbia, Switzerland and Costa Rica. In order to win the cup, they need their best players like Neymar Jr., Alisson, Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino who all have been experiencing major injuries this year.

  • Argentina

The Albiceleste have the potential of reaching their first final since 1990. They are looking like a team that could finally break the curse of not being able to win a world cup trophy on their home soil, after failing in 1978 and 1990. The last time Argentina were champions was 1986 with Diego Maradona leading the way. If they can do it this year, with Lionel Messi and company in tow, it would be a fitting end for one of soccer’s greatest players.

  • Germany

The German National Team has been one of the most successful in history, winning four World Cups and three European Championships. They are a team that always performs well in international tournaments, but they have not won a major tournament since 1990. Look for them to make it to at least the quarterfinals in 2022.

  • Spain

Since the last time Spain participated in the world cup in 2010, they have been a dominant force in international football. Although they were knocked out in the group stages of Euro 2016, they’ve won their last three major tournaments, including Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup. With a talented squad full of young stars such as Marco Asensio and Isco, Spain will be one of the most exciting teams at this years tournament.

  • England

After a heartbreaking exit from the 2018 tournament in Russia, many are questioning whether or not England will be able to redeem themselves for their country and make it past the quarterfinals this time around. The team’s last major tournament appearance resulted in an embarrassing loss, but with a lot of young talent and experience under their belt, there is no telling what could happen.


The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the first time that Qatar has hosted the event, and they are likely going to make some waves. The Middle Eastern country won its bid in 2010 and has had plenty of time to prepare for the international event.