10 Most Expensive Squads in Qatar 2022 World Cup with the Highest Market Value, One of them is in the Hell Group Almoez Ali

10 Most Expensive Squads in Qatar 2022 World Cup…

10 Most Expensive Squads in Qatar 2022 World Cup with the Highest Market Value, One of them is in the Hell Group

10 Most Expensive Squads in Qatar 2022 World Cup with the Highest Market Value, One of them is in the Hell Group

There are 29 teams in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Interestingly, the star players who defended every national team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar formed the total market value for a squad.

The most expensive national team squad at the 2022 World Cup Qatar with a high market value, it turns out that one of them is in the Qatar 2022 World Cup hell group.

It is certain that the participants who will compete in the Qatar 2022 World Cup are the teams that have the best players.

However, of course, each team has players with different market values.

The following is a row of the most expensive national team squad with a high market value that will compete in the 2022 World Cup:

10. Belgium with a Market value of 347 Million Euros
9. Uruguay with a Market value of 385 million Euros
8. Argentina with a market value of 586 million Euros
7. The Netherlands with a market value of 590 million Euros
6. Germany with a Market value of 741 million Euros
5. Portugal with a Market value of 748 million Euros
4. Spain with a Market value of 784 million Euros
3. Brazil with a market value of 846 million Euros
2. France with a market value of 971 million Euros
1. UK at 1 Billion Euro Market value.

The 7 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group Brasil

The 5 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the…

The 5 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group

The 7 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group

The World Cup is not only for experienced top players who are already famous.

In fact, ahead of the upcoming 2022 World Cup, more and more young stars have emerged and have shown that they are ready to jump at the top level.

The following is a list of the 5 most expensive wonderkids who are ready to enliven the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, summarized from the Transfermarkt website.

1. Vinicius Junior, 21 Years (Brazil) – 100 million euros

Vinicius Junior

After the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid have found a commensurate and younger replacement in Vincius.

His duet with Karim Benzema this season has made Madrid fierce again. Most recently, this deadly duo managed to bring Los Blancos through to the 2021/2022 Champions League semifinals.

Brazil’s attacking line could be the scariest at the 2022 World Cup.

2. Phil Foden, 21 years (England) – 90 million euros

Dominated by young players, the England squad for the 2022 World Cup could be the freshest.

Although most of them are players who have just shined, it doesn’t mean that this generation of The Three Lions is less bite-sized.

One of the potential is Manchester City’s versatile striker, Phil Foden.

Any coach seems to be very lucky to have Foden on his team.

This 21-year-old youth is fluent in playing in many positions, from striker to central midfielder.

3. Pedri Gonzales, 19 years (Spain) – 80 million euros

Pedri was called up to the Spain under-21 squad, Pedri, as a midfield general, will be the pioneer for the Spanish national team to reach its glory again at the World Cup.

4. Jude Bellingham, 18 years (England) – 75 million euros

Apart from Foden, another promising young boy from the England national team is Jude Bellingham.

For the last two seasons Bellingham has caught the world’s attention through his impressive performances at Borussia Dortmund.

5. Pablo Gavi, 17 years (Spain) – 60 million euros

Xavi Hernandez as the current coach of Barcelona, has succeeded in polishing this wonderkid’s talent to make it more shiny.

 

Fix! These are the 7 Most Feared Dark Horses in the 2022 World Cup Qatar Argentina

Fix! These are the 7 Most Feared Dark Horses…

Fix! These are the 7 Most Feared Dark Horses in the 2022 World Cup Qatar

Fix! These are the 7 Most Feared Dark Horses in the 2022 World Cup Qatar

These are the 7 most feared dark horses at the 2022 World Cup Qatar.

Not only big countries are participating in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

In the Qatar 2022 World Cup, there are several dark horses who surprisingly qualify for the 2022 World Cup Qatar with slick appearances in the qualifying round.

Even some of these dark horses were able to beat the big countries in the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

  1. Iran

Iran is the strongest team in Asia for now. Therefore, Iran has the potential to make it difficult for the big countries in the 2022 World Cup Qatar.

Iran is also the first Asian country to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

In terms of ranking, Iran is the Asian country with the highest ranking according to FIFA.

  1. Canada

Canada is currently a dark horse team originating in the Concacaf Zone.

This country was able to qualify for the 2022 World Cup Qatar after being able to win the group in the qualifying round for the Concacaf Zone.

Canada is able to compete with strong countries in the Concacaf Zone such as Mezico and the United States.

Because of that, Canada is now a dark horse team that strong countries have to watch out for.

  1. Serbia

Serbia is the first dark horse team that can surprise the 2022 World Cup Qatar.

is not a seeded team since the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualification for the European Zone.

However, Serbia was surprisingly able to beat Portugal in the last match of the 2022 World Cup qualifier Qatar.

Interestingly, in that match Serbia had fallen behind with the score 1-0.

However,  was surprisingly able to reverse the situation to 2-1.

won Group A in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers Qatar.

  1. Switzerland

Switzerland was able to outperform Italy, so that Italy was only able to finish in second place.

also secured Qatar 2022 World Cup tickets.

  1. Denmark

Denmark is not a star-studded team. However, as a team, Denmark was able to become a strong team.

Denmark was also able to win Group F in the 2022 World Cup qualification for the European Zone.

These results make Denmark qualify for the 2022 World Cup Qatar.

  1. Belgia

Belgium is currently in the era of its golden generation. Because now Belgium is filled with players who play in Europe’s top leagues.

Even now Belgium is able to be ranked 1st in the world according to the latest FIFA rankings.

Although currently Belgium has a luxurious squad, Belgium is still considered a dark horse team.

  1. Croatia

Croatia is one of the most dangerous black horse teams.

Often underestimated by many people, but in fact Croatia was able to become runners up at the 2018 World Cup.

Even though the players are not as luxurious as Brazil or Germany, the Croatian team is able to show a good game.

Croatia has now confirmed itself to qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup after successfully winning Group H in the qualifying round.

Favorite Team to Win the 2022 World Cup Argentina

Favorite Team to Win the 2022 World Cup

This is the Favorite Team to Win the 2022 World Cup, 6 of these teams are the most powerful, 2 of them in the Hell Group?

 

Favorite Team to Win the 2022 World Cup

1. France – Les Blues
Les Blues come to Qatar with their heads held high. He failed in the 2020 European Cup. He managed to become a champion in the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League after defeating Spain 2:1 in the final.

In his last 9 matches he scored 26 goals, 7 wins and 2 draws. And only conceded 6 goals.

Apart from that score, France also has a fairly complete squad, including Raphael Varane, Kylian Mbappe, N’Golo Kante, and Aurelien Tchouameni, plus Karim Benzema and Theo Hermandez.

2. Germany – Die Mannschaft
To be an outstanding team with promising young players.

3. Spain – La Furia Roja

Spain is one of the favorite teams to win the 2022 World Cup. Together with Louis Enriqe, Spain is optimistic that they can appear prime and promising.

Louis strengthened his care team with young players such as Pedri, Gavi, Dani Olmo, Ferran Torres to Unai Simon.

4. Argentina – Albicaleste
In the Argentine camp, the name Lionel Messi is certainly the name that is most highlighted.

Moreover, the 2022 World Cup will be Lionel Messi’s last match, so he will try to reach the highest position to make it a beautiful ending.

In addition to him, there were also several players who strengthened the squad such as Lucas Martinez, Nicolas Gonzalez, Juan Foyth, Angel Di Maria, Nicolas Otamendi.

Argentina are unbeaten in 31 games, including the 2021 Copa America champions.

5. Brazil as a country that is always championed every World Cup event.

He qualified for the 2022 World Cup by finishing top of the qualifiers in the Conmebol Zone.
With a record 17 matches unbeaten, this clearly shows the strength of Brazil today.

6. Portugal
Portugal became one of the most powerful teams in the 2022 World Cup because it has the potential of the players.

In particular, reliable young players such as Joao Felix, Diogo Costa, Diogo Jota, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who still have the mentality and leadership that are clearly needed.

 

List of World Cup Hosts from 1930-2022 Football

List of World Cup Hosts from 1930-2022

List of World Cup Hosts from 1930-2022

List of World Cup Hosts from 1930-2022

The next two World Cups hosts were held in Europe, and FIFA’s decision to choose France to host the 1938 World Cup was condemned. South American countries have agreed that the location of the World Cup will alternate between the two continents. As a result, Argentina and Uruguay boycotted the 1938 FIFA World Cup.

The World Cup is the biggest football sporting event in the world which began 91 years ago, namely in 1930. After World War II ended, the World Cup continued in 1950 in Brazil.

As the most prestigious international soccer tournament in the world, every country is scrambling to host the World Cup, in 2018. In addition, there are also two co-host countries. The two countries were Japan and South Korea at the 2002 World Cup.

South Africa became the first African country to host the World Cup in 2010. The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be held in Brazil. This is the first time it has been held in South America since 1978. And will also be the first event to be hosted outside Europe twice in succession.

Only Mexico, Italy, France, and Germany have hosted the event twice. Brazil will host for the second time the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

The following is a list of the names of the countries that hosted the World Cup from 1930 to 2022:

Year Host Champion
1930 Uruguay Uruguay
1934 Italia Italia
1938 Perancis Italia
1942 Canceled Canceled
1946 Canceled Canceled
1950 Brazil Uruguay
1954 Swiss Jerman Barat
1958 Swedia Brazil
1962 Chile Brazil
1966 England England
1970 Mexico Brazil
1974 West Germany West Germany
1978 Argentina Argentina
1982 Spanyol Italy
1986 Meksiko Argentina
1990 Italy West Germany
1994 USA Brazil
1998 France France
2002 Japan, South Korea Brazil
2006 Germany Italy
2010 Afrika Selatan Spain
2014 Brasil Germany
2018 Rusia France
2022 Qatar ?

FIFA designated World Cup host country requirements

FIFA’s selection of the host country for world cup events has evolved over time. This selection process is accompanied by certain requirements and a financial audit process to accommodate the country. This selection process was highly controversial as it drew many comments about the inefficiency of international travel.

Several European teams managed to participate in the FIFA World Cup hosts in Uruguay (South America), and several South America. Both teams withdrew when the next event was held on the European. To prevent favoritism, FIFA began to alternate between America and Europe with each successive event. This policy continued until 2002 when Japan and South Korea co-hosted the first World Cup finals in Asia.

FIFA Stage in the World Football Events Selection Process

FIFA’s selection process has come a long way from its early days (as has air travel). The creation of a much more balanced and reliable system. This process begins with each prospective host country, having to submit a bid to the FIFA Bid Evaluation Task Force several years in advance. The BETF then prepared three reports:

  • Compliance Assessment — Compliance checks on FIFA bid requirements, hosting templates, and requirements for competitions.
  • Risk Assessment — The process of evaluating costs and projected revenues from the holding of the tournament in the candidate’s country.
  • Technical Evaluation Report — Investigate details of infrastructure and logistics. This investigation consists of the feasibility of the stadium, housing, and available transportation. Plus additional financial issues (costs, estimated broadcast, and ticket revenues) that are not covered by the Risk Assessment.

That condition of the prospective host country is presented to the FIFA Council. The elimination process to narrow the bids down to a list of candidates begins. Next, the selection process is carried out by the entire FIFA congress. FIFA congress consists of representatives of 211 countries as FIFA association members. Every step of the process is completely transparent and publicly available. Starting from the initial report to the final vote of each member.

Story From FIFA WC country through 2026 (chronological):

  • 2026: Canada, United States (2nd time), Mexico (3rd time)
  • 2022: Qatar
  • 2018: Russia
  • 2014: Brazil
  • 2010: South Africa
  • 2006: Germany (2nd time)
  • 2002: Japan/South Korea
  • 1998: France (2nd time)
  • 1994: United States
  • 1990: Italy (2nd time)
  • 1986: Mexico
  • 1982: Spain
  • 1978: Argentina
  • 1974: West Germany
  • 1970: Mexico
  • 1966: England
  • 1962: Chile
  • 1958: Sweden
  • 1954: Switzerland
  • 1950: Brazil
  • 1946: — canceled (WWII) —
  • 1942: — canceled (WWII) —
  • 1938: France
  • 1934: Italy
  • 1930: Uruguay