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England are out of the World Cup, after a 2-1 defeat to France in the quarter finals.

It was a brave effort, and England will feel they could have got something from that game, but it wasn’t to be for the Three Lions.

It feels like a real missed opportunity for this team, who will have to dust themselves off and go again, aiming towards Euro 2024.


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When are England World Cup Games?

England will play three World Cup group games and are now in the knockout round, which can be found below.

  • England 6-2 Iran
  • England 0-0 United States
  • Wales 0-3 England
  • England 3-0 Senegal - Last 16 Round
  • England 1-2 France - Quarter Final

England’s Road to the Final

Anyone who is looking at backing England for success, will want to know how they can get to the final. Their paths are determined by where they finish in the group, either first or second, and here’s the various permutations that they will have to navigate.

Round of 16

  • If England win Group B - Their last 16 game will be against the runners up from Group A, a group containing Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal and the Netherlands. This game would be played on December 4.
  • If England are runners up in Group B - Their last 16 game will come against the winners of Group A, the same teams as above, though this game would take place on December 3.

Quarter Finals

  • If England win Group B - The most likely opponent here would be France, assuming they win their group, and overcome someone such as Mexico or Poland in their last 16 tie. If this happens, England would play both their last 16 game and quarter final at the Al Bayt Stadium, and this game would take place on December 10.
  • If England are runners up in Group B - Should they go this route, the most likely outcome would be a clash against either Argentina or Denmark, assuming the first named won their group, and the second named finished runners up behind France. This game would take place on December 9.

Semi Finals

  • If England win Group B - Many assumptions have to be made by the time we get to this stage, but if things go to plan, with Belgium and Portugal winning their groups, then a clash with one of those two teams would be the most likely scenario. December 14 would be the date of this game.
  • If England are runners up in Group B - Again, a lot of assumptions need to be made, but if the big guns win their groups, a clash with Spain, Germany or Brazil would be waiting for the Three Lions here, with the game set to take place on December 13.


  • If England win Group B - On the opposing side of the draw in this scenario would be the likes of Spain, Germany or Brazil, if England win the group this is the first time they could meet either of these, in the final scheduled for December 18.
  • If England are runners up in Group B - This would put them on the opposite side of the draw to the likes of France, Belgium and Portugal, who would be the most likely opponents should England get through to the final game.

England 2022 World Cup Squad

Gareth Southgate has announced his 26-man squad for the World Cup in Qatar.

  • Goalkeepers: Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Newcastle), Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)
  • Defenders: Harry Maguire (Manchester United), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), Eric Dier (Tottenham), John Stones (Manchester City), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Newcastle), Conor Coady (Everton), Ben White (Arsenal), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
  • Midfielders: Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), Mason Mount (Chelsea), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Declan Rice (West Ham), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Kalvin Phillips (Manchester City)
  • Forwards: James Maddison (Leicester), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Jack Grealish (Manchester City), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Raheem Sterling (Chelsea), Callum Wilson (Newcastle), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)

England’s Recent Form

England do not arrive at the World Cup in good form. They are six games without a win, which all came in the Nations League, a run of results that saw them relegated to the lower division of that competition.

They were beaten home and away by Hungary, drew home and away with Germany and drew at home with Italy, before losing away to them.

To find the last time England won a game of football, you have to go back to March, where they won two home friendlies back to back, 3-0 against the Ivory Coast and 2-1 against Switzerland.

Gareth Southgate will be hoping his team can put all of that behind them, and arrive at the World Cup in Qatar with a fresh start, as he looks to have a successful tournament.

England World Cup FAQs

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How many times have England won the World Cup?

England have won the World Cup just once, which came back in 1966.

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What are the odds on England winning the World Cup?

England are currently 7/1 to win the World Cup in Qatar

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How many World Cups have England been to?

England have played in 15 World Cup tournaments, including the last one, which was in Russia back in 2018.

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When did England last get to the World Cup final?

England have only ever played in the World Cup final once, which was when they won the competition in 1966.

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Are England favourites to win the World Cup?

No, England are not currently favourites to win the World Cup, though a good start in Qatar could see them move forward in the betting.

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