FIFA World Cup 2022 | Here are the squads and schedules of all teams

Full squads and schedules of the 32 teams participating at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar

Updated - November 17, 2022 08:59 pm IST

Published - November 17, 2022 07:32 pm IST

A man smoking next to the logo of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup football tournament is displayed on a wall in Doha on October 23, 2022.

A man smoking next to the logo of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup football tournament is displayed on a wall in Doha on October 23, 2022. | Photo Credit: AFP

The 2022 FIFA World Cup begins on November 20, with the first match to be played between hosts Qatar and Ecuador.

The squads of all 32 participating nations have been announced, and the teams are all set to begin their World Cup campaigns.

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People take photos with the official FIFA World Cup Countdown Clock on Doha’s corniche, in Qatar, Friday, Oct. 14, 2022.

People take photos with the official FIFA World Cup Countdown Clock on Doha’s corniche, in Qatar, Friday, Oct. 14, 2022. | Photo Credit: AP

There are many notable absentees due to injuries, primarily due to the fact that the World Cup is taking place in the middle of the European club football season, where about 72% of players selected for the World Cup play.

Each participating nation is expected to name a minimum of 23 players and a maximum of 26 in their squads, three of which must be goalkeepers.

Check out the full squads, captains, coaches and fixtures of the teams in this package prepared by The Hindu.

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