FIFA World Cup 2022™/ Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022, 3,000 security personnel from Pakistan have reached Qatar for the FIFA World Cup.
- 1 FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar 2022 Groups?
- 1.1 Group A
- 1.2 Group B
- 1.3 Group C
- 1.4 Group D
- 1.5 Group E
- 1.6 Group F
- 1.7 Group G
- 1.8 Group H
- 1.9 FIFA World Cup 2022™/ Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022
- 1.10 The Chosen Few | Captain
- 1.11 Volunteer recruitment for FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ is now open
FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar 2022 Groups?
Groups A to D
|A1- Qatar||B1- England||C1- Saudi Arabia||D1- France|
|A2- Ecuador||B2- IR Iran||C2- Poland||D2- Australia|
|A3- Senegal||B3- Wales||C3- Argentina||D3- Tunisia|
|A4- Netherlands||B4- USA||C4- Mexico||D4- Denmark|
Groups E to H
|E1- Japan||F1- Canada||G1- Switzerland||H1- Uruguay|
|E2- Spain||F2- Belgium||G2- Serbia||H2- Korea Republic|
|E3- Germany||F3- Croatia||G3- Brazil||H3- Portugal|
|E4- Costa||F4- Morocco||G4- Cameroon||H4- Ghana|
FIFA World Cup 2022™/ Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022
The Chosen Few | Captain
The 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers are in full swing. Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang prepares the Golden Generation Gabon side for a strong match against Mosalah’s Egypt. Injuries have given Croatia captain and Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modrić a chance to reflect on where it all began. Jamaican captain Andre Blake must unite a team of players with big ideas and big egos.
Volunteer recruitment for FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ is now open
FIFA today launched the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ Volunteer Scheme, requiring nearly 5,000 enthusiastic people to support the tournament.
Volunteers will play a key role in welcoming the world to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. Provide opportunities for locals of the host city to share their knowledge and culture with participating teams and visitors.
To celebrate the launch, several activities will take place in various host cities over the next few weeks, all volunteers from the local football community will be recognized and encouraged to register for next year’s tournament.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ (Australia) Her COO Jane Fernandez said: There will be no World Cup.
“The volunteer program is an opportunity to get up close and personal behind the scenes at the world’s largest women’s sporting event. We look forward to welcoming Volunteers to our team in 2023,” she said. Volunteers will assist at stadiums, training sites, FIFA Fan Festivals, hotels, transport hubs and airports from 25 June to 22 August 2023 and throughout the tournament.
We offer a variety of positions across 25 specialities, from match management and referee support to media, broadcast and drivers.
Jane Patterson, the COO of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ (Aotearoa New Zealand) said: Deliver world-class events to a global audience. So if you want to be part of the story and have the experience of a lifetime, we encourage you to apply through the FIFA Volunteer Platform. Click here for the scheme.
To be accepted as a volunteer for the
For the tournament, an applicant must be 18 years of age or older by June 1, 2023, and speak at least an intermediate level of English. Volunteers must be available for a minimum of 10 shifts between June 25th and August 22nd, 2023.
Be sure to visit the homepage of the website to see more jobs.
رزق حلال عین عبادت ہے، روزگار میں مدد کرنا صدقہ جاریہ ہے، دوستوں کے ساتھ شئیر کریں ثواب کمائیں