World Cup Countdown: Europe

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Can France win back-to-back World Cups? Will Ronaldo finally get his hands on the trophy? Al Jazeera gets the European perspective ahead of the Middle East’s first FIFA World Cup.

Qatar 2022 kicks off on November 21 and the clock is ticking.

Al Jazeera’s monthly World Cup Countdown gives you a global perspective from every region ahead of the Middle East’s first-ever FIFA World Cup.

August’s episode will focus on Europe, with expert analysis from 2010 World Cup winner Javi Martinez and former Scotland striker Andy Gray.

We’ll hit all the major talking points as 13 European countries aim for success in Qatar.

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