LIVE | Follow, friendly, FIFA date, LIVE: today’s matches, schedules, TV and last minute | Chile vs. Morocco, Peru vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Honduras | Football live on the internet | ANSWERS

LIVE | Follow, friendly, FIFA date, LIVE: today’s matches, schedules, TV and last minute | Chile vs. Morocco, Peru vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Honduras | Football live on the internet | ANSWERS
LIVE | Follow, friendly, FIFA date, LIVE: today’s matches, schedules, TV and last minute | Chile vs. Morocco, Peru vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Honduras | Football live on the internet | ANSWERS

The World of FIFA Qatar 2022 is approaching by leaps and bounds since from November 20 to December 18 the first world cup in history will be held in the Middle East. Thus, the players of the senior teams of the World Cup are getting ready within their clubs, both in local tournaments and in European competitions to reach the most important tournament in the world in the best shape.

In such a way that, this week the teams will have the opportunity to meet again for what is the last FIFA window of friendlies before the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Also; Mexico, Argentina and the rest of the South American teams will play friendly matches, while in Europe, Spain and other countries will play in the Nations League.

The matches of the soccer teams will take place on the last FIFA date prior to the Qatar 2022 World Cup; that is, at the end of September. Therefore, teams like Peru already have friendly matches confirmed in November, just a few days before the World Cup.

Argentina:

  • Argentina vs. Honduras, September 23at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, USA
  • Argentina vs. Jamaica, September 27, at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey, USA.

Ecuador:

  • Ecuador vs. Saudi ArabiaSeptember 23, 1:00 pm ET, at the Real Murcia Stadium in Murcia, Spain
  • Ecuador vs. Japan, September 27, 1:30 pm ET, at the Spirit Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany

Brazil:

  • Brazil vs. Ghana, September 23, 7:30 pm ET, at the Stade Océane in Le Havre, France
  • Brazil vs. Tunisia, September 27, 7:30 pm ET, at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France

Mexico:

  • Mexico vs. Peru, September 24, 8:00 pm, at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, USA.
  • Mexico vs. Colombia, September 27, 10:00 pm ET, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, USA.
  • Mexico vs. Iraq, November 9, 3:00 pm ET, at the Montilivi Stadium in Gerona, Spain
  • Mexico vs. Sweden, November 16, 3:30 pm ET, at the Montilivi Stadium in Girona, Spain

Uruguay:

  • Uruguay vs. Iran, September 23, 12:00 pm ET, at the NV Arena in Sankt Pölten, Austria
  • Uruguay vs. Canada, September 27, 12:00 pm ET, at the National Football Stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia

Morocco:

  • Chile vs. MoroccoSeptember 23.

In the absence of Champions League, Europa League and Professional League, and other competitions, there are several national team matches and a good excuse not to miss the programming. Thus, the Nations League brings very attractive matches such as: Croatia vs. Denmark, Belgium vs. Wales, Poland vs. Netherlands, Italy vs England and much more.

Nations League:

Thursday, September 23

  • 11.00 Kazakhstan vs. Belarus ESPN 2 / Star+
  • 1:00 p.m. Latvia vs. Moldova ESPN 2 / Star+
  • 15.45 Belgium vs. Wales ESPN 2 / Star+
  • 15.45 Croatia vs. Denmark Star+
  • 15.45 France vs. Austrian ESPN / Star+
  • 15.45 Liechtenstein vs. Andorra Star+
  • 15.45 Lithuania vs. Faroe Islands Star+
  • 15.45 Poland vs. Netherlands Star+
  • 15.45 Slovakia vs. Azerbaijan Star+
  • 15.45 Turkey vs. Luxembourg Star+

Friday September 24

  • 13.00 Estonia vs. Malt Star+
  • 1:00 p.m. Georgia vs. Macedonian ESPN Extra / Star+
  • 15.45 Bosnia vs. Montenegrin Star+
  • 15.45 Bulgaria vs. Gibraltar Star+
  • 15.45 Finland vs. Romania Star+
  • 15.45 Germany vs. Hungary Star+
  • 15.45 Italy vs. England ESPN / Star+

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