Fifa World Cup 2022 Groups

World Cup 2022 Group H: Live Match, Schedule, Date, & Fixtures

Group H

South Korea, Portugal, Uruguay, and Ghana from Group H of the FIFA World Cup 2022. The vision for this group is strong because it reinforces competitiveness, sui generis world-class football, and entertainment Be sure to conform to the following dates in the tabular presentation, as it shows the scheduled match events of the teams in Group E for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. All World Cup groups have megastars but Portugal and Uruguay will be considered contenders if not favorites to reach the semi-finals in Qatar.

Fans will be drilled in stiff competition from none other than Cristiano Ronaldo, football’s GOAT, living or dead, and Tottenham’s goal-scoring machine Son Heung-min, Real Madrid’s other A-list world-class players. In front of goal for Uruguay are ever-shining hot prospect Valverde, Man City’s attacking midfield maestro Bernardo Silva, Manchester United’s midfield god Bruno Fernandes, and Atletico Madrid’s veteran dab hand Luis Suarez.

When And Where Will The World Cup 2022

The final dates for the kick-start of the FIFA World Cup 2022 edition have been revealed, and it is now confirmed that the tournament will be held from the 20th day of November to the 19th day of December 2022. Meanwhile, the destination is Qatar as the host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals.

World Cup 2022 Group H: Schedule Of Matches

Thur, 24th November Uruguay vs South Korea Education City, Al Rayan 8:00 am
Thur, 24th November Portugal vs Ghana Stadium 974, Doha 11:00 am
Mon, 28th November South Korea vs Ghana Education City, Al Rayan 8:00 am
Mon, 28th November Portugal vs Uruguay Lusail Iconic, Lusail 02:00 pm
Fri, 2nd December South Korea vs Portugal Education City, Al Rayan 10:00 am
Fri, 2nd December Ghana vs Uruguay Al Janoub, Al Wakrah 10:00 am

World Cup 2022 H Teams


Uruguay’s national football team had a bit of a scare during the FIFA 2022 World Cup qualification series in Qatar. As a result, Tabarez Oscar, the longest-serving coach of a particular team in the world, was eliminated. With a new coach in charge, the La Celeste team, the first-time World Cup winners, had to dig it out in the rest of South America’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Qatar, as demonstrated by a hard-earned victory over the Peruvian national team.

  • Current FIFA world ranking: 13
  • How they qualified: Qualified from CONMEBOL
  • Coach: Diego Alonso
  • World Cup titles: 2 (1930, 1950)
  • World Cup appearances: 14
  • Key players: Luis Suarez, Federico Valverde, Darwin Nunez, Rodrigo Betancur


Ghana will arrive in Qatar after a valiant effort in the qualifiers, securing a place in the tournament for the first time since 2014 by defeating Nigeria on away goals in the African play-offs. The Black Stars came very close to reaching the semi-finals of the 2010 World Cup, losing on penalties to Uruguay in the last eight. Despite not having as many household names in the current squad compared to the 2010 and 2014 editions, players such as Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey and young Ajax talent Mohamed Qudus will be ones to keep an eye on as the tournament gets underway.

  • Current FIFA world ranking: 60
  • World Cup titles: 0
  • World Cup appearances: 4
  • How they qualified: Qualified automatically from CAF via playoffs
  • Coach: Otto Addo
  • Key players: Jordan Ayew, Andre Ayew, Thomas Partey, Jeff Schlupp


Portugal, as expected, qualified for Qatar 2022 via the playoffs, beating North Macedonia to secure their eighth finals appearance. Despite being regular contenders on this stage, they are yet to win it. Manchester United teammate Bruno Fernandes will also be key for the Euro 2016 winners. For all their attacking prowess, defense is where Portugal is most convincing, conceding just seven times in qualifying.

  • Current FIFA world ranking: 9
  • World Cup titles: 0
  • World Cup appearances: 8
  • How they qualified: Qualified from UEFA via playoffs
  • Coach: Fernando Santos
  • Key players: Cristiano Ronaldo, Ruben Neves, Bruno Fernandes, Joao Cancelo

South Korean

South Korea finished second in a tough third-round qualification group, only to be beaten in the final game and secure a place in the final. Before that, Bento’s side went on a seven-match winning run, and they will be hoping for similar momentum at the World Cup, where they will be looking to get out of the group stage for the first time since 2010.

  • Current FIFA world ranking: 28
  • World Cup titles: 0
  • World Cup appearances: 10
  • How they qualified: Qualified automatically from AFC
  • Coach: Paulo Bento
  • Key players: Heung-min Son, Young-Kwon Kim, In-beam Hwang, Woo-Yeong Jeong

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