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Japan Vs Spain - Japan Vs Spain - Qatar Football World Cup:

vs Date : Thursday, 1st December 2022 (22:00)
Venue : Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar

Japan Vs Spain @ Khalifa International Stadium Tickets:

Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar
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Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar
Khalifa International Stadium also known as National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar, as part of the Doha Sports City complex, which also includes Aspire Academy, Hamad Aquatic Centre, and the Aspire Tower. It is named after Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar's former Emir. The final of 2011 AFC Asian Cup was held at this stadium. The stadium is also the first completed venue that will host a part of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In 2017, it received a four-star rating from the Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS), the first in the world to be awarded this rating.

Japan Football World Cup : Related Information

The Japan national football team nicknamed the Samurai Blue represents Japan in men's international football and it is controlled by the Japan Football Association (JFA), the governing body for football in Japan. The current head coach is Hajime Moriyasu, who is also the current coach of the Japan U-23 team. Japan has quickly emerged as one of the most successful teams in Asia, having qualified for the last six consecutive FIFA World Cups with second round advancements in 2002, 2010, and 2018. Japan was an entrant for the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification, but withdrew before its scheduled qualifying match against the Dutch East Indies. Japan re-joined FIFA in 1950 and played in qualifiers for the 1954 FIFA World Cup, but lost the AFC qualifying berth to South Korea after two matches. Japan narrowly missed a ticket to the 1994 World Cup after drawing with Iraq in the final match of the qualification round. The nation's first ever World Cup appearance was in 1998, where Japan lost all their games. Japan co-hosted the 2002 World Cup with South Korea. They lost 1–0 to eventual third-place finishers Turkey. On 8 June 2005, Japan qualified for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, its third consecutive World Cup, by beating North Korea 2–0 on neutral ground. However, Japan failed to advance to the Round of 16, losing to Australia 1–3, drawing Croatia 0–0 and losing to Brazil 1–4. In the first knockout round, Japan were eliminated from the 2010 World Cup following penalties after a 0–0 draw against Paraguay, but received praises for its outstanding performances. In 2014 World Cup Japan could not perform well against Colombia and were beaten 4–1, eliminating them from the World Cup. In 2018 World Cup Japan lose by 0–1 against Poland with some fans booing the players.



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