England World Cup 2022 fixtures: Key dates and times for matches | Football
England are now just hours away from their quarter-final clash with France at the World Cup 2022.
The Three Lions eased past Senegal in the round of 16 to qualify for their third successive quarter-final in a major tournament.
Gareth Southgate’s team are now three games away from winning their second World Cup following their famous victory on home soil back in 1966.
Find out when England next play at the World Cup in Qatar and how to watch on TV.
When do England play next at the World Cup?
England’s next game will be against France on Saturday, December 10.
Kick-off will be 7pm GMT at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor.
England have already played at the 69,000-seater stadium this tournament, drawing with the USA in their second group fixture on November 25, as well as beating Senegal in the last 16.
France booked their place in the quarter-final with a 3-1 victory over Poland, courtesy of two goals from Kylian Mbappe and one from Olivier Giroud.
England World Cup fixtures
- England 6-2 Iran: Monday, November 21
- England 0-0 USA: Friday, November 25
- Wales 0-3 England: Tuesday, November 29
- England 3-0 Senegal: Sunday, December 4
- England vs France: Saturday, December 10 at 7pm
What TV channel will England vs France be on?
England vs France will be shown live on ITV1 and ITVX, with coverage getting underway from 6pm.
The game will be available to listen to on BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT.
Who and when could England play in the knockout rounds?
If England make it through to the semi-finals, they will play Morocco or Portugal on Wednesday, December 14 at 7pm.
And if the Three Lions make it all the way to the final, they will face Argentina, Croatia or the Netherlands for a shot at World Cup glory on Sunday, December 18 at 3pm.
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