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World Cup 2022 quarter-finals: Qualified teams, fixtures & where to watch

00:34 GMT+3 11/12/2022
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Everything you need to know about the 2022 World Cup quarter-finals, including qualified teams, dates and where to watch

The 2022 World Cup has entered the business stage and a host of major nations have been sent packing. The tournament is now down to eight teams, with representation from Europe, Africa and South America remaining.

Fans of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi will be pleased to see the two icons are still there - and on other sides of the bracket too, meaning a final showdown between the two GOATs remains a possibility.

GOAL has everything you need to know about the last eight of Qatar 2022. If the rest of the tournament is anything to go by, it's sure to be electric.

Which teams are through to World Cup 2022 quarter-finals?

England, France, Netherlands, Argentina, Croatia, Brazil, Morocco and Portugal have all booked their places in the World Cup quarter-finals.

England defeated Senegal to progress and set up a meeting with France, who beat Poland in the last 16. The Netherlands overcame the USMNT and they will play Lionel Messi's Argentina, who defeated Australia.

Croatia needed penalties to beat Japan and they will face Brazil in the quarter-final after the Selecao made light work of South Korea. Morocco, meanwhile, sprung an upset on Spain, defeating Luis Enrique's team on penalties. They will face Portugal in the quarter-final, who coasted past Switzerland.

Here are how the four matches shape up:

DateTimeFixtureVenue
Dec 93pm GMT / 10am ETCroatia 1-1 Brazil (4-2 pens)Education City Stadium
Dec 97pm GMT / 2pm ETNetherlands 2-2 Argentina (3-4 pens)Lusail Iconic Stadium
Dec 103pm GMT / 10am ETMorocco 1-0 PortugalAl Thumama Stadium
Dec 107pm GMT / 2pm ETEngland 1-2 FranceAl Bayt Stadium

World Cup 2022 quarter-finals on UK TV & where to stream live

BBC and ITV have full broadcasting right for the entirety of the tournament, so all matches will be available at no extra charge in the UK.

  • Croatia vs Brazil - BBC One / BBC iPlayer
  • Netherlands vs Argentina - BBC One / BBC iPlayer
  • Morocco vs Portugal - ITV1 / STV / ITVX
  • England vs France - ITV1 / STV / ITVX

BBC Channel Numbers

ProviderBBC One Channel Number
Freeview101
Sky101
Virgin Media101
BT1

ITV Channel Numbers

ProviderITV channel number
Freeview3
Sky103
Virgin Media103
BT103

You can stream the matches live through BBC iPlayer and ITVX.

World Cup 2022 quarter-finals on U.S. TV & where to stream live

You can watch the matches live on Fox and Fox Sports 1 in the United States, so long as you have a cable subscription.

For Spanish-speaking audiences, Telemundo will have all the action.

For more on what to expect from the US broadcasters, check out our US World Cup guide.

When are the World Cup 2022 semi-finals?

World Cup 2022 semi-final 1: December 13

  • Argentina vs Croatia (7pm GMT / 2pm ET)

After beating Netherlands on penalties, Argentina will take on Croatia after they overcame Brazil in another dramatic shootout. That game will be played on December 13, with a 7pm GMT (2pm ET) kick-off time.

Semi Final 2: Wednesday December 14

  • France vs Morocco (7pm GMT / 2pm ET)

France, who knocked England out with a 2-1 win, will lock horns with Morocco second World Cup semi-final. The game is scheduled for December 14 at 7pm GMT (2pm ET).