Belgium vs Spain World Cup
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Belgium vs Spain History

Belgium and Spain have met numerous times before, and the last time they played each other in a World Cup finals match came in Italia 1990. On that occasion, Spain were victorious in a 2-1 success, thanks to goals from Michel and Alberto Gorriz, though both teams safely booked passage to the knockout phase regardless.

Belgium at the FIFA World Cup

For a country the size of Belgium, their national team is very much batting above their average. The relatively small country has become a real force in world football, and a number of the best players in Roberto Martinez's squad ply their trade with the best teams in Europe.

Talents like Kevin De Bruyne at Man City and Real Madrid pair Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard stand out, but there are many more in the Belgium squad that are likely to make an impact in 2022, much as they did in 2018.

They made it all the way to the World Cup semi-finals in Russia before losing to eventual winners France.

This time around, they start with a pretty straightforward group that features Canada, Morocco, and Croatia, with games in Group F taking place at the Al Bayt Stadium, the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, the Al Thumama stadium, and the Khalifa International Stadium, these being among the finest venues in Qatar.

Aging Squad

Belgium are currently ranked second in the FIFA rankings, but it's fair to say that the overall make-up of their squad is a little on the old side. As a sign of this predicament, it's interesting to note that no fewer than eight members of their squad have 90 or more national team caps.

Spain at the FIFA World Cup

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is Spain's 16th appearance in the finals, and thus far, their sole triumph came back in 2010 when they beat the Netherlands in the World Cup final in South Africa, thanks to a late Andres Iniesta goal.

In 2022 Luis Enrique will be looking to repeat that feat, and the Spain national team coach certainly has a strong enough squad to really challenge. Currently, they are considered one of the favourites to win the tournament in Qatar, behind the likes of Brazil, France, Argentina, and England.

Up and Down Performances

Aside from that triumph in 2010, it would be fair to say that Spain have had an up-and-down time of it at the FIFA World Cup. Way back in 1950 they finished in fourth place, and in their home World Cup in 1982 they went as far as the second group stage (back when the tournament had a different schedule and set-up).

In 1986, 1994, and 2002 they managed to get to the quarter-finals, and famously their exit on that occasion came to one of the hosts, South Korea, following a penalty shoot that came after a very contentious 0-0 draw.

Average World Cup Displays Since 2010 Triumph

Following their 2010 success Spain haven't impressed. They failed to get out of the group stage in 2014, and in 2018 they surprisingly lost to hosts Russia, again via a penalty shoot-out.

They face a stern test in the group stage as they play Costa Rica, Germany, and Japan. It is that clash with the Germans that will be most eagerly anticipated, with interest in tickets for the match at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor proving massive.

Frequently Asked Questions about Belgium vs Spain World Cup

Where Can I Buy World Cup Tickets for the Round of 16?

World Cup 2022 tickets were very tough to get hold of when they were first released by FIFA, with millions fighting it out during the random draw phase. Any football fan who managed to secure tickets via this route would have been very lucky, indeed.

You can buy tickets for any game during the tournament, and this includes the exciting start to the knockout phase of the tournament. Round of 16 matches are great encounters that have to be settled, meaning matches will go to extra time and penalties before a winner is then able to qualify for their place in the World Cup quarter-finals.

Now you too can be at the big games in Qatar with SeatPick offering you access to thousands of tickets via trusted resellers.

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How Much Are World Cup Tickets?

Tickets for World Cup matches are among the most desired in the entire sporting world; this makes them very popular and leads to prices being fairly high. However, via SeatPick, you can win the race that involves millions of football fans vying to secure tickets for all the matches from the opening clash between Qatar and Ecuador all the way to the World Cup final at the Lusail stadium on December 18th.

Clearly, if the match you want to see involves the big football nations like Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, or England, then you can expect to pay more than if you were following Wales, USA, Ghana, Poland, or Switzerland.

World Cup 2022 tickets usually start at $159 per ticket.

Where is the Round of 16 Match Between Belgium and Spain Taking Place?

Depending on where Belgium and Spain finish in their groups, most likely as one of the top two teams, this match could take place in two different venues on two different dates. It may take place on December the 5th at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah or the following day on December 6th at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan.

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