The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to take place in Qatar in November through December. It will be the first time the Cup is held in the Middle East, and the first time it’s hosted by a Muslim country. As we get closer to the event, people all over the world are wondering what the schedule looks like. Here is a breakdown of game times for Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
FIFA World Cup Schedule in AEST time
The FIFA World Cup is set to take place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022. The tournament will be held across eight venues, with the final taking place at the Lusail Iconic Stadium.
Australia will be represented at the tournament by the Socceroos, who are currently ranked 40th in the world. The Socceroos have been drawn into Group B, alongside defending champions France, reigning European champions Portugal and Asian champions South Korea.
The FIFA World Cup schedule in AEST time is as follows:
21 November – France vs Australia (12am)
23 November – Australia vs South Korea (8pm)
26 November – Portugal vs Australia (2am)
Round of 16
2 December – 1B vs 2A (12am) or 1A vs 2B (12am)
How to Convert AEST to your Local Time Zone
If you are stay in Australia, the time zone converter will automatically convert AEST to your local time zone. If you are not in Australia, you can use the following steps to manually convert AEST to your local time zone:
1. Find the difference between your local time and AEST. For example, if it is currently 10:00am where you are, and AEST is 14 hours ahead, the difference would be 4 hours.
2. Add or subtract this difference from the current time in AEST to get your converted time. In the above example, 10:00am + 4 hours = 2:00pm.
3. Remember to take into account daylight savings time if applicable.
FIFA World Cup TV Schedule in Australia
The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world, and it’s happening right now! If you’re in Australia, you might be wondering what time the games are on.
We’ve got you covered. Here is the full schedule for the FIFA World Cup TV schedule in Australia, in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
Thursday, June 14
Russia vs. Saudi Arabia – 10:00pm AEST
Friday, June 15
Egypt vs. Uruguay – 1:00am AEST
Morocco vs. Iran – 4:00am AEST
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is fast approaching and we know that many of you are eager to know when the games will be taking place. We have compiled a list of all the games in AEST time so that you can plan your viewing schedule accordingly. We hope that this article has been helpful and that you enjoy watching the World Cup in 2022!
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