FIFA World Cup 2022 kicks off in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December. The 22nd edition saw 32 teams being drawn into eight groups lettered A-H. The match schedule will be confirmed after games have been assigned to a stadium and kick-off time for each matchday.
The African champions Senegal have been drawn into group A with the host Qatar, Ecuador and Netherlands. Their first match will be against Netherlands.
Tunisia is in Group D while Morocco was placed in Group F with Croatia, Canada and Belgium.
Cameroon fell in Group G facing Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland.
The Black Stars of Ghana are in Group H with Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.
Qatar Ecuador Senegal Netherlands
England Iran USA Wales/Scotland/Ukraine
Argentina Saudi Arabia Mexico Poland
France Peru/Australia/UAE Denmark Tunisia
Spain Costa Rica/ New Zealand Germany Japan
Belgium Canada Morocco Croatia
Brazil Serbia Switzerland Cameroon
Portugal Ghana Uruguay South Korea