Watch Qatar vs Ecuador FIFA World Cup 2022 1st Match Live Broadcast

The match between Qatar vs Ecuador is the first match of World Cup 2022. This match will be held at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. The game will start at 10 PM in 20 November. The ticket price for this match is fixed at $650 to $1200 dollars. Here, you will know everything about Qatar vs Ecuador match.

Time of the Qatar vs Ecuador World Cup 2022 Matches?

  • Date: The match will be held on 20 November, 2022.
  • Time: The match will start at 10.00 PM.

Venue of the Qatar vs Ecuador Matches:

This match will be held at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. Here, you will know everything about Al Bayt Stadium.

Al-Bayt Stadium

Al-Bayt Stadium is a retractable roof football stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. The opening match of the 2022 World Cup will take place at Al Bayt Stadium. The stadium construction contract was awarded to Webuild S.p.A. and Cimolai. The stadium is located about 35 km away of Doha.

Location: Al Khor, Qatar.

Capacity: 60,000.

Surface: Grass.

Broke Ground: 2014.

Opened: 30 November 2021.

Main Contractors: Webuild S.p.A., Cimolai, Galfar, Hightex.

Planned: Opening game and all matches through to the semi-finals.

How to Watch Qatar vs Ecuador Live Match from Anywhere in Online?

Fox Sports have the rights to broadcast World Cup 2022 every matches in the United States on their television channel. If you have FUBO subscription, then you able to watch Qatar World Cup 2022 in being streamed live. The monthly cost of your FUBO subscription will be $64.99 USD.

In The United Kingdom world cup match will be broadcast on BBC. The BBC IPlayer is ready for you go to view the livestream. SBS will broadcast world cup matches in Australia. TSN and RDS will both broadcast the whole world cup event in Canada. So you can watch all world cup event on their website.

Team Details:

In this section you will know about Qatar’s and Ecuador’s team details, player list, coach, icon player for every team, best player for every team in the world cup.

Details About Qatar’s National Football Team:

Full Name: Qatar National Football Team

Nickname: The Maroons

Managed by: Qatar Football Association and AFC

Founded: 1960

Colors: Maroon and white

Federation: CAF

Head Coach: Felix Sanchez

Captain: Hassan Al-Haydos

Most Caps: Hassan Al-Haydos (163)

Top Scorer: Mubarak Mustafa (41)

FIFA Ranking: 51 (as of March 2022)

Stadium: Khalifa International Stadium and Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium

FIFA Code: QAT

Qatar’s National Football Team Trophies:

Qatar Football won many trophies in their football career. They won AFC Asian Cup, Arabian Gulf Cup, WAFF Championship, Football at the Asian Games, International Friendship Championship.

  • AFC Asian Cup (2019)
  • Arabian Gulf Cup (1992, 2004, 2014)
  • WAFF Championship (2014)
  • Football at the Asian Games (2006)
  • International Friendship Championship (2018)

Qatar’s National Football Team Coach:

Felix Sanchez Basis the Qatar National Football Team coach. He is Born in 13 December 1975 in Barcelona, Spain. He is 46 years old as May 2022.

  • Full Name: Felix Sanchez Bas
  • Date of Birth: 13 December 1975
  • Age: 46 years
  • Place of Birth: Barcelona, Spain
  • Nationality: Spanish.

Player List of the Qatar’s National Football Team:

Goalkeepers:Defenders:  Midfielders:  Forwards:
Saad Al Sheeb (Al-Sadd) Yousef Hassan (Al-Gharafa) Meshaal (Al-Sadd)Ro-Ro (Al-Sadd) Abdelkarim Hassan (Al-Sadd) Tarek Salman (Al-Sadd) Musab Kheder (Al-Sadd) Homam Ahmed (Al-Gharafa) Bassam Al-Rawi (Al-Duhail) Boualem Khoukhi (Al-Sadd)Abdulaziz Hatem (Al-Rayyan) Mohammed Waad (Al-Sadd) Ali Assadalla (Al-Sadd) Karim Boudiaf (Al-Duhail) Abdullah Al-Ahrak (Al-Duhail) Assim Madibo (Al-Duhail)  Akram Afif (Al-Sadd) Ahmed Alaaeldin (Al-Gharafa) Mohammed Muntari (Al-Duhail) Hassan Al-Haydos (Al-Sadd) Ismaeel Mohammad (Al-Duhail) Khalid Muneer (Al-Wakrah) Almoez Ali (Al-Duhail)  

Who is The Best Football Player in The Qatar’s?

Abdelkarim Hassan is the best player in Qatar football. He also plays as a left-back for the Al Sadd soccer club. He is known for winning the Asian Footballer Award in 2018.

Details About Ecuador’s National Football Team:

Full Name: Ecuador national football team

Nickname: La Tri

Founded: 1899

Colours: Yellow, Black and Grey

Federation: FIFA

Head Coach: Gustavo Alfaro

Captain: Enner Valencia

Top Scorer: Enner Valencia (35 goals)

Most Caps: Ivan Hurtado (168)

Stadium: Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado

FIFA Code: ECU FIFA

Ranking: 46

Ecuador’s National Football Team Trophies:

Ecuador won many trophies in their football career. They won Canada Cup, Olympic and Pan American Team, South American Games, South American U-20 Championship.

  • Canada Cup: Winners: 1999
  • Olympic and Pan American Team: Pan American Games: 1st place, gold medalist 2007
  • South American Games: 2nd place, Silver Medalists (4): 1978, 1982, 1990, 2010. 3rd place, Bronze Medalist: 2014
  • South American U-20 Championship: Winners: 2019.

Who is Ecuador’s National Football Team Coach?

Ecuador national football team head coach is Gustavo Ulio Alfaro. He is born in 14 August 1962 in Rafaela, Argentina. He is 59 years old.

  • Full Name: Gustavo Ulio Alfaro
  • Date of birth: 14 August 1962
  • Age: 59
  • Place of birth: Rafaela, Argentina
  • Height: 5’8″

Player List of the Ecuador’s National Football Team?

Goalkeepers:  Defenders:  Midfielders:  Forwards:
Jorge Pinos Hernan Galindez Wellington RamírezLuis Fernando León Robert Arboleda Xavier Arreaga Pervis Estupiñán Byron Castillo Félix Torres Angelo Preciado Diego Palacios Piero Hincapié  Danny Cabezas Bazan Carlos Gruezo Sebastián Méndez Joao Rojas López José Cifuentes Alan Franco Gonzalo Plata Moises Caicedo Michael Carcelen Djorkaeff ReascoRenato Ibarra Enner Valencia Romario Ibarra Ángel Mena Michael Estrada F Jeremy Sarmiento Jordy Caicedo  

Who is the best player in Ecuador’s National Football Team?

These are the top 5 Ecuadorian footballers of all time:

Jose Cevallos (1994-2010, 89 caps, no goals).

Ulises de la Cruz (1995-2010, 101 caps, six goals).

Edison Mendez (2000-present, 108 caps, 18 goals).

Agustin Delgado (1994-2006, 71 caps, 31 goals).

Alex Aguinaga (1987-2004, 109 caps, 23 goals).

Conclusion

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