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England World Cup 2022 Tickets

The Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the most exciting events in world football. Millions of people from all over the world will watch the FIFA World Cup as it is the time that fans, neutrals or those looking to enjoy themselves will be celebrating and supporting their national teams as they attempt to progress through various stages of the most illustrious international tournaments in the world. Secure your FIFA World Cup tickets and support England in this exciting competition by securing your England World Cup 2022 tickets with Football Ticket Pad today.

From all over the world, various nations will come together for football festivities as the most talented players from each team face off on one of the biggest stages in all of sports - The World Cup. This will be the 16th time that England has qualified for the World Cup tournament, with the 1966 World Cup qualifying as hosts and winning the competition.

Following this achievement, the closest England have come to lifting the World Cup again was in the 2018 World Cup where they finished fourth. Gareth Southgate is come rather close to lifting major titles with England, these being the UEFA Nations League in 2018-19 (third place) and the UEFA European Championship as runners up in 2020.

In order to qualify for the FIFA World Cup, England was placed in a 6 team group (Group I) in which they were up against Poland, Albania, Hungary, Andorra and San Marino. During the 10 games that needed to be played, England was able to remain undefeated by winning 8 of the 10 and drawing 2. Their most dominant display came during a 5-0 win over San Marino which saw scorers; Ward-Prowse, Calvert-Lewin, Sterling and Watkins find the back of the net.

England is certainly in for a chance to win the World Cup this year as they look to have an incredible group of talented players, the challenge will come from if they can communicate effectively as a team.

Time will tell how England will progress in this competition, but one thing is for certain - they will want to give everything that they have for their nation and their fans.

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Number of home events listed 3
Tue
07th June
20:45
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Germany v England
Allianz Arena
UEFA Nations League
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Tue
14th June
19:45
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England v Hungary
Molineux Stadium
UEFA Nations League
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Fri
25th November
19:00
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England v USA
Al Bayt Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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England Away tickets

Number of away events listed 2
Mon
21st November
13:00
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England v Iran
Khalifa International Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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Tue
29th November
19:00
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Wales/Scotland/Ukraine vs England - Group Stage - Fifa World Cup 2022
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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  • Road To The 2022 World Cup

    England was placed in Group I for the World Cup qualifiers, in which they needed to contest with the likes of; Poland, Albania, Hungary, Andorra and San Marino. The consensus from pundits and fans alike was that England should have no problem progressing through to the group stages of the World Cup tournament.

    What did exceed expectations from pundits and fans was the dominating display of how they qualified. Their first game was against San Marino, who ended up losing all of their games in the Group. Despite this, England did not take their foot off the pedal which was greatly received by fans as they decided to make their voices be heard throughout the remaining 9 fixtures.

    This ultimately led to England going undefeated in this group with 8 wins and 2 draws. In this group, they have scored 39 goals whilst conceding 3, resulting in a dominant goal difference of 36.

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  • Key Players:

    A World-Class Striker

    Harry Kane is one of the best strikers who are at top form currently. Recently, Kane has adapted his style of play to serve as a false 9 by providing unbelievable examples of passing to his teammates at Spurs.

    This adjusted role hasn’t stopped Harry Kane from finding the back of the net. For Spurs, Kane has made 275 appearances whilst scoring 179 goals - his form for England is just as impressive.

    For England, Kane has made 69 appearances while scoring 49 goals.

    A Capable Goalkeeper

    As Jordan Pickford’s career has progressed, he has become of the most agile keepers in the modern game. During this current 2021/22 season - he has provided his domestic team, Everton with some world-class performances.

    Despite criticism from a small number of fans, Pickford continues to impress as he has made some unbelievable saves. One thing is certain, in order to progress far into the World Cup tournament, Pickford will need to make some incredible saves against imposing opposition.

    Countless Midfield Talent

    England are currently spoilt for choice regarding their midfielder choices. With the likes of Jack Grealish, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Mason Mount and Delcan Rice. All of the midfielders that England has to choose from are a perfect blend of age, experience and quality. Which will make for an organised, energetic and creative midfield.

    Getting the right starting 11 in midfield will serve to be the key for England’s attacking outlet this tournament.

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Road To The 2022 World Cup

England was placed in Group I for the World Cup qualifiers, in which they needed to contest with the likes of; Poland, Albania, Hungary, Andorra and San Marino. The consensus from pundits and fans alike was that England should have no problem progressing through to the group stages of the World Cup tournament.

What did exceed expectations from pundits and fans was the dominating display of how they qualified. Their first game was against San Marino, who ended up losing all of their games in the Group. Despite this, England did not take their foot off the pedal which was greatly received by fans as they decided to make their voices be heard throughout the remaining 9 fixtures.

This ultimately led to England going undefeated in this group with 8 wins and 2 draws. In this group, they have scored 39 goals whilst conceding 3, resulting in a dominant goal difference of 36.

Key Players:

A World-Class Striker

Harry Kane is one of the best strikers who are at top form currently. Recently, Kane has adapted his style of play to serve as a false 9 by providing unbelievable examples of passing to his teammates at Spurs.

This adjusted role hasn’t stopped Harry Kane from finding the back of the net. For Spurs, Kane has made 275 appearances whilst scoring 179 goals - his form for England is just as impressive.

For England, Kane has made 69 appearances while scoring 49 goals.

A Capable Goalkeeper

As Jordan Pickford’s career has progressed, he has become of the most agile keepers in the modern game. During this current 2021/22 season - he has provided his domestic team, Everton with some world-class performances.

Despite criticism from a small number of fans, Pickford continues to impress as he has made some unbelievable saves. One thing is certain, in order to progress far into the World Cup tournament, Pickford will need to make some incredible saves against imposing opposition.

Countless Midfield Talent

England are currently spoilt for choice regarding their midfielder choices. With the likes of Jack Grealish, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Mason Mount and Delcan Rice. All of the midfielders that England has to choose from are a perfect blend of age, experience and quality. Which will make for an organised, energetic and creative midfield.

Getting the right starting 11 in midfield will serve to be the key for England’s attacking outlet this tournament.

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