Almost two and a half million people watched the first 48 matches of the World Cup in Qatar

FIFA has published viewing data, which shows that the World Cup in Qatar has overtaken the previous tournament in Russia.

Today, Saturday, the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) said that more than 2.45 million people watched the first 48 matches of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which is higher than the 2018 World Cup in Russia in the group stages, as teams from five continents reached the round of 16. .


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Among the first-round matches, the match between Argentina and Mexico, which was held at Lusail Stadium, was the most watched, with an attendance of 88,996 spectators. Lusail will also be the venue for the final.

In terms of TV ratings, the Japan-Costa Rica match was watched by 36 million people, while the USA-England match was the most-watched men’s soccer match in US television history, according to reports. The island.

For the first time since 2002, a team from every continent made it to the top 16

According to FIFA, this year was the first time since 2002 that teams from all continents qualified for the round of 16, and there could be two African teams, Senegal and Morocco.

With wins over Belgium and Canada, Morocco moved up at the top of the group, while drawing Croatia in the opening match. Meanwhile, Senegal beat Qatar and drew with Ecuador and the Netherlands in Group A.

The organization added in its report that the qualifiers between South Korea, Australia and Japan represent the first time that the Asian Football Confederation has reached the round of sixteen in the World Cup.

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