World Cup 2022 knockout round schedule and USA’s path to final

Here’s how the World Cup knockout stages work, Team USA’s potential opponents, and group information.

Now that the U.S. men’s national team has made it through to the group stage at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, they will enter the tournament’s “knockout round”.

Once the team competition is complete, the 32-team arena will be reduced to 16 teams competing for the prestigious trophy.

Here’s what you need to know about the 2022 World Cup.

Here’s how the World Cup knockout stages work, Team USA’s potential opponents, and group information.

‘What is the group stage?’

The group stage is the first stage of the World Cup, consisting of 32 countries and eight groups. There are four countries in each group. The top two teams in terms of “points” will advance to the knockout stages of the World Cup.

Qualifiers? What’s that?

This will be the place where the World Cup will be familiar to fans of professional sports in the US. The knockout rounds at the World Cup are knockouts. Win or go home. It’s that simple.

A World Cup champion needs to win four consecutive matches to win the tournament.

So this means there is no 0-0 draw right?

Right! A draw or draw is only possible in the World Cup group stage. If the countries are tied after 90 minutes, the match will go to “extra time”. That means there will be two extra 15-minute periods to decide the winner. There are no “golden goals” during these times, meaning that full 30 minutes of injury time is guaranteed regardless of whether or not a goal is scored.

If the countries are still tied after 120 minutes of play, a penalty shootout will decide the winner. A penalty shootout involves five players from both sides attempting to take penalties against the goalkeeper. From there, which country takes the most penalties out of the 5. (Of course, if there is still a tie after five penalties, then the two countries continue to play until the winner or loser.)

OK, I haven’t watched any World Cup matches yet. How did the United States perform?

Team USA drew 1-1 against Wales on November 21 in their first game of the World Cup. Timothy Weah of the United States scored the opening goal in the 36th minute and Wales’ Gareth Bale scored a penalty in the 82nd minute to equalize.

The highly anticipated match against England ended in a 0-0 draw on November 25. The United States took more shots (10) and earned more corners (seven), but England have more shots on target (three) in a deadlock.

With the United States’ tournament fate on the brink, the team beat Iran 1-0 on November 29 to take second place in Group B and advance to the next round of the World Cup.

How has the United States done in previous World Cups?

This is the 10th World Cup in the history of the United States.

The men’s national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, breaking a record of six consecutive World Cup appearances.

This is how Team USA has done in previous World Cups, with the best being in 2002.

  • 2018: Did not qualify
  • 2014: Round of 16
  • 2010: Round of 16
  • 2006: Group stage (no advance)
  • 2002: Quarterfinals (8th)
  • 1998: Group stage (no advance)
  • 1994: Round of 16
  • 1990: Group stage (no progress)

The men’s national team went through a 32 year drought that lasted from 1954-1986, where the country did not even qualify for the World Cup.

What other countries are still alive in the World Cup?

Fifteen countries have qualified for the knockout stages of the World Cup. The last country to advance to the next round will be Switzerland, Cameroon or Serbia, which will be decided after the Friday 11am matches are over.

Here are the 15 countries that still exist, sorted by FIFA rankings:

  • Brazil (1)
  • Argentina (3)
  • France (4)
  • Great Britain (5)
  • Spain (7)
  • Netherlands (8)
  • Portugal (9)
  • Croatia (12)
  • United States (16)
  • Senegal (18)
  • Morocco (22)
  • Japan (24)
  • Poland (26)
  • Korea (28)
  • Australia (38)

Who does the US face next?

That would be the Netherlands, the eighth-ranked country in the world, according to FIFA. The round of 16 match will take place at 7 a.m. PT on Saturday.

The Netherlands won Group A with seven points (two wins and one draw).

How to watch the US vs the Netherlands in the World Cup.

The team features players from some of the best club teams in the world, including Frenkie De Jong (Barcelona), Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool), Memphis Depay (Barcelona) and Davy Klaassen (Ajax-Amsterdam). ).

Where can I watch World Cup games in Seattle?

Several bars and restaurants across Washington will host select World Cup matches during the tournament.

Here are 10 places to watch World Cup games in Washington.

What are the other World Cup round of 16 matches?

USA vs Netherlands is one of eight matches in the round of 16.

Here are the other matches and start times (all times PT).

Two matches await the results of the final group stage matches on Friday afternoon.

  • Netherlands vs USA, December 3 at 7 a.m
  • Argentina vs Australia, December 3 at 11 a.m
  • France vs PolandDecember 4 at 7 a.m
  • England vs Senegal, December 4 at 11 a.m
  • Japan vs Croatia, December 5 at 7 a.m
  • TBD match, December 5 at 11 a.m
  • Morocco vs Spain, December 6 at 7 a.m
  • TBD match, December 6 at 11 a.m

If the US defeats the Netherlands, who will they face next?

After completing one difficulty, the United States will likely need another, much larger, difficulty in the next round.

The opponent of the US team in the quarterfinals will be Argentina (3rd in the world) or Australia (38th in the world).

That quarter-final will take place on December 9 at 11 a.m. PT.

How America Can Win the World Cup

While we’re here, let’s map out Team USA’s possible path to the World Cup Finals. FIFA rankings are in parentheses.

  • Round 16: Netherlands (8)
  • Quarterfinals: Argentina (3) or Australia (38)
  • Semifinal: Brazil (1), Croatia (12), Japan (24) or Korea (28)

Is that all?

Right! enjoy football football, people.

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Edmund DeMarche

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