What World Cup Matches Are On Today? November 25th Match Schedule


The 2022 FIFA World Cup is just over a week away, and the trek is exhilarating to say the least. The first few days of his 1st tournament in 2019 saw big upsets, including Saudi Arabia’s 2-1 victory over Argentina and a goalless first half eight games. . Four of his games were on Thanksgiving.

With the ball rolling, it’s time to break down the Thanksgiving leftovers and see the next phase of the Group Stage where all nations will face off against a second group of opponents.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy your pumpkin pie. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 FIFA World Cup today, Friday November 25th.

Wales v Iran (Group B)

Wales and Iran will make their second appearance in Group B in the first game of the day. The two nations will face off at 5am ET. After his 1-1 draw with the United States, Wales is looking to take another step towards securing a spot in his round of knockouts.

Qatar v Senegal (Group A)

Qatar and Senegal will face off in ET Group A at 8am in the second match of the day. The host nation is seeking redemption after losing to Ecuador.

Netherlands v Ecuador (Group A)

The third game will see the Group A showdown at 11am ET, pitting the Netherlands against Ecuador. Both teams will be looking for their second win of the tournament after the Netherlands’ 2-0 victory over Senegal and Ecuador’s victory over Qatar.

USA-England (Group B)

The fourth and final game of the day will feature the US and England in the USMNT’s most challenging matchup in the group stage. The US drew 1-1 against Wales and England has her 6-2 victory over Iran.

You can watch all of these matches in English on FOX Sports 1 and in Spanish on Telemundo.

Matches can be streamed in English and the FOX Sports App.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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