The date of the Belgium match against Canada in the 2022 World Cup, and the carrier channel
The Belgium national team will meet against Canada, in the first round of Group F in the 2022 World Cup, which is currently being held in Qatar and will continue until the eighteenth of next December, with the participation of 32 teams from different six continents.
Group F of the World Cup includes Morocco, Belgium, Croatia and Canada, where they meet the other two teams on the same day.
In terms of historical confrontations, the two teams met before in one match, which ended with a 2-0 victory for Belgium, which makes today’s meeting the second between them.
The Belgium national team outperforms its Canadian competitor in marketing by a large margin, with the value of the first amounting to 563 million euros, compared to 187 million for the Canadians.
The date of the Belgium vs Canada match and the carrier channel
The Belgium match against Canada is scheduled to take place at nine in the evening today, Wednesday, at the “Ahmed Bin Ali World Cup” stadium, in one of the difficult meetings between two teams with strong technical capabilities, and the match will be broadcast on beIN Sports HD 1 Max.
Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City player, tops the list of the most expensive players in the match, with 80 million euros, while Alfonso Davies, Bayern Munich player, is one of the most expensive players in the Canadian national team, with 70 million.
The Belgium national team is counting on a battalion of its brilliant stars in the five major leagues, headed by Eden Hazard of Real Madrid, Kevin De Bruyne of City, Romelu Lukaku, the Italian star of Inter Milan loaned from Chelsea, and Carrasco of Atletico Madrid to dismantle Canada’s defences.
The Belgium national team received a strong shock against Egypt in a friendly match that was held a few days before the start of the World Cup, with a score of 2-1, which prompted coach Roberto Martinez to correct mistakes during the past days in training and try to motivate the players to present their best technical levels.
Canada qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1986, ending a 36-year disqualification period. It did not reach the final round of the qualifiers in the last 5 matches and finished fifth in the last participation in the final round in 1998.
Canada lost all 3 of their matches in the 1986 World Cup, failing to score a goal.