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Croatia World Cup 2022 Tickets

This year marks the 22nd iteration of the World Cup. The Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the most exciting events in the world, let alone just regarding football. The World Cup marks a special occasion in which die-hard football fans or those who are simply looking to have a good time can enjoy themselves and be a part of something that is truly unforgettable. Secure your Qatar World Cup tickets and support Croatia in this exciting competition by securing your Croatia World Cup 2022 tickets with Football Ticket Pad today.

From people all across the world, various nations who have qualified for this year's tournament will come together to enjoy the spectacle of one of the most popular sports in the world. Being able to watch the most talented players from each team, competing for the biggest honour in all of football - the World Cup.

Despite being seen as the underdog in this World Cup competition by many people - Croatia are a team with a plethora of experience and world-class veterans. It would be foolish to write this team off in this tournament, especially given their progress in previous tournaments.

Croatia were unlucky in their Round of 16 tie in the Euros against Spain as they were able to come back from being 3-1 down with two fantastic goals towards the end of the 90 minutes. Despite this potential comeback, Croatia ultimately fell short in extra time with Morata and Oyarzabal scoring in the 100th and 103rd minute(s). Regardless of this loss, Croatia can still hold their heads high as they were knocked out of the competition by one of the best national sides who managed to make it to the semi-finals.

Regarding the World Cup for Croatia, they managed to finish 3rd place in 1998 by losing to the ‘98 World Cup winners, France - whilst beating the Netherlands side in a 2-1 victory for third place.

It would be in 2018 during the World Cup in Russia where Croatia would have their best spell in the lorded competition. Croatia was able to reach the final of the competition, whilst just falling short in the final to France who had previously knocked them out in the ‘98 World Cup. Despite this loss, Croatia reaching the final was deemed as a shock in itself. Beating the likes of Spain, the hosts of the 2018 World Cup - Russia as well as England in the Semi-Final after a thrilling 2-1 win over the three lions.

Zlatko Dalic is still the manager for Croatia having their successful run in the 2018 World Cup, reaching the final. It will be interesting to see how far the Croatian side can make it in this competition, with their wealth of experience and a plethora of veterans - it would be foolish to write the side completely off.

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23rd November
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Morocco v Croatia
Al Bayt Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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27th November
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Croatia v Canada
Khalifa International Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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01st December
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Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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  • Road To Qatar World Cup 2022

    This will mark as the 6th time that Croatia has qualified for a World Cup tournament, with gaining their best ever performance in this famous competition during the 2018 World Cup by reaching the final.

    Croatia's best performance regarding the World Cup Qualifiers Group Stage fixtures came in their second match against Malta during the 9th game of the qualifiers. This game finished 7-1 to Croatia with the Croatian side holding 68% possession of the ball with 20 shots on goal with 12 on target. Making for a truly dominant fixture. The Croatian side also distributed the ball well by obtaining a 90% pass accuracy.

    In Croatia’s group (Group H), they have managed to score the most amount of goals (21) whilst conceding the least (4) during their qualifying games. This clinical nature is sure to bold well for Croatia as this will sure to provide them with a lot of confidence moving into the World Cup tournament itself.

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  • Key Players

    Who is expected to be playing in the World Cup for Croatia? Keep reading to find out which Croatian stars you could be watching with your Qatar World Cup Tickets.

    A Generational Talent

    Croatia is graced with world-class talent across multiple positions, that is no secret. It’s also no secret that some of these players are veterans of the beautiful game who have won pretty much everything there is to win.

    One of the most popular players in recent years is Luka Modric. Luka is a serial winner for his team of Real Madrid - winning 4 UEFA Champions Leagues, 3 UEFA Super Cups and 3 FIFA Club World Cups. Not to mention 2 La Ligas. It is not hard to see why Luka Modric is a true leader in the locker room and someone who can elevate the players around him.

    In recent news, Modric has announced his retirement from the Croatia national football team, marking this World Cup tournament as the final appearance Modric will make in the international tournament.

    Dominant Midfield

    Croatia are blessed to have a blend of such attacking prowess and general footballing experience and knowledge in their midfield. Having such has allowed them to be one of the most collective set of midfielders in the tournament.

    With the likes of Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic and Ivan Perisic all in the middle of the park, it’s not hard to see why they’re one of the most well-oiled midfield units going into this World Cup tournament.

    Brick Wall Defence

    As well as Croatia’s world-class midfield, they are blessed with having a plethora of great defenders in their arsenal. With the likes of Domagoj Vida, Dejan Lovren and Josip Stanisic - their collective teamwork and communication makes for an effective backline.

    Each of these defenders is decorated winners, providing them with a wealth of knowledge of how to get over the line in big games. Dejan Lovren has lifted the Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool, as well as the Russian Premier League and Super Cup with Zenit.

    Domagoj Vida has lifted the Super Lig, Turkish Cup and Turkish Super Cup with Besiktas. Whilst being a part of the backline during the 2018 World Cup alongside Dejan Lovren. Vida has also lifted the Ukrainian Premier League, Cup and Super Cup with Dynamo Kyiv where he has earned his name.

    Despite being 21, Josip Stanisic is a player who is bursting onto the scene with Bayern Munich and will surely be one of the talking points of the World Cup tournament. He has already had the taste of being a winner by winning back to back Bundesliga titles so he will be hungry for a chance to lift the World Cup.

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Road To Qatar World Cup 2022

This will mark as the 6th time that Croatia has qualified for a World Cup tournament, with gaining their best ever performance in this famous competition during the 2018 World Cup by reaching the final.

Croatia's best performance regarding the World Cup Qualifiers Group Stage fixtures came in their second match against Malta during the 9th game of the qualifiers. This game finished 7-1 to Croatia with the Croatian side holding 68% possession of the ball with 20 shots on goal with 12 on target. Making for a truly dominant fixture. The Croatian side also distributed the ball well by obtaining a 90% pass accuracy.

In Croatia’s group (Group H), they have managed to score the most amount of goals (21) whilst conceding the least (4) during their qualifying games. This clinical nature is sure to bold well for Croatia as this will sure to provide them with a lot of confidence moving into the World Cup tournament itself.

Key Players

Who is expected to be playing in the World Cup for Croatia? Keep reading to find out which Croatian stars you could be watching with your Qatar World Cup Tickets.

A Generational Talent

Croatia is graced with world-class talent across multiple positions, that is no secret. It’s also no secret that some of these players are veterans of the beautiful game who have won pretty much everything there is to win.

One of the most popular players in recent years is Luka Modric. Luka is a serial winner for his team of Real Madrid - winning 4 UEFA Champions Leagues, 3 UEFA Super Cups and 3 FIFA Club World Cups. Not to mention 2 La Ligas. It is not hard to see why Luka Modric is a true leader in the locker room and someone who can elevate the players around him.

In recent news, Modric has announced his retirement from the Croatia national football team, marking this World Cup tournament as the final appearance Modric will make in the international tournament.

Dominant Midfield

Croatia are blessed to have a blend of such attacking prowess and general footballing experience and knowledge in their midfield. Having such has allowed them to be one of the most collective set of midfielders in the tournament.

With the likes of Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic and Ivan Perisic all in the middle of the park, it’s not hard to see why they’re one of the most well-oiled midfield units going into this World Cup tournament.

Brick Wall Defence

As well as Croatia’s world-class midfield, they are blessed with having a plethora of great defenders in their arsenal. With the likes of Domagoj Vida, Dejan Lovren and Josip Stanisic - their collective teamwork and communication makes for an effective backline.

Each of these defenders is decorated winners, providing them with a wealth of knowledge of how to get over the line in big games. Dejan Lovren has lifted the Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool, as well as the Russian Premier League and Super Cup with Zenit.

Domagoj Vida has lifted the Super Lig, Turkish Cup and Turkish Super Cup with Besiktas. Whilst being a part of the backline during the 2018 World Cup alongside Dejan Lovren. Vida has also lifted the Ukrainian Premier League, Cup and Super Cup with Dynamo Kyiv where he has earned his name.

Despite being 21, Josip Stanisic is a player who is bursting onto the scene with Bayern Munich and will surely be one of the talking points of the World Cup tournament. He has already had the taste of being a winner by winning back to back Bundesliga titles so he will be hungry for a chance to lift the World Cup.

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