On the occasion of the World Cup 2022, Sport News Africa launches its exceptional coverage of the competition. Before the kick-off and after the final, all the editorial staff and special correspondents present in Qatar, are mobilized to make you live this great event as close as possible.
From November 20 to December 18, 32 nations will be competing in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup. For the big event of the round ball, Sport News Africa puts itself at the heart of the World Cup 2022 and will propose a complete coverage of the competition on its various platforms. From November 7th, find everyday subjects around the African teams which will take part in the competition. Analysis of their groups, history in the tournament, portraits of coaches and players, chances of qualification, no element will be untouched to of round balls and supporters of Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia to have all the information to know before the kick-off and the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador.
During the World Cup, don't miss any of the latest information about the 2022 World Cup with the "World Cup Diary" section, a real news feed provided by Sports News Africa journalists. Before each game of the five African nations, a presentation of the match with its stakes and the strong points of the opponent. As soon as the final whistle blows, you'll find match reports, reactions, as well as a tactical analysis in video that will show what were the turning points of the matches.
The World Cup 2022 will also be on Sports News Africa's social networks and in videos thanks to the special correspondents present on site to make you live the competition as closely as possible. Press conferences, mixed zones, training sessions and pre- and post-match atmospheres will be provided until the final whistle, which will see one team lift the coveted trophy. It's an opportunity for all of us to vibrate together for a month to the rhythm of FIFA's most prestigious competition.
Get ready to see plenty of this in a couple of weeks 🤩🏆 pic.twitter.com/PWtA0y2DhE
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) November 1, 2022