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Poland World Cup 2022 Tickets

The Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the most looked forward to in world football. The World Cup is a time when everyone gathers in celebration and support for their national teams. This will make for a truly unforgettable football experience for die-hard fans, neutrals or those who are simply looking forward to having a good time. Secure your Qatar 2022 World Cup tickets and support Poland in this exciting competition by ensuring you obtain your Poland World Cup 2022 tickets with Football Ticket Pad today.

From across the world, various nations will come together to enjoy various football festivities as the most talented players from each team face off on one of the biggest stages in all of sports. With one of the most clinical strikers in all of football - Poland are shaped to progress as far as possible in this year’s World Cup tournament.

Poland’s largest wins during the World Cup qualifiers came during the 5th and 7th game out of the 10 - both of these games saw Poland face San Marino. The 5th game ended 7-1 in which Poland could have rivalled their greatest ever win if not for San Marino scoring in the 48th minute.

The 7th fixture saw Poland once again defeat San Marino, this time in a 5-0 win. In this game, San Marino had 17% with 153 passes against Poland having 83% possession with 734 successful passes.

Poland are will also be competing in this year’s Nation League competition. In this competition, Poland are in a tough group. In Poland’s group, they have Wales, Belgium and the Netherlands - making for a really exciting competition.

Poland were victorious in the World Cup Qualifiers Final as they defeated Sweden 2-0. Scorers in this game were Robert Lewandowski and Piotr Zielinkski. Robert Lewandowski is currently the captain of Poland, whilst gaining the most appearances as well as goals for his country with 129 and 75 respectively.

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Number of home events listed 4
Thu
22nd September
19:45
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Poland v Netherlands
National Stadium, Warsaw
UEFA Nations League
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Tue
22nd November
16:00
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Mexico v Poland
Stadium 974
FIFA World Cup 2022
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Sat
26th November
13:00
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Poland v Saudi Arabia
Education City Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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Wed
30th November
19:00
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Poland v Argentina
Stadium 974
FIFA World Cup 2022
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from £488.24

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  • Road To The Qatar World Cup 2022

    During the qualification games, Poland finished second - merely 6 points behind the top of Group I, England. Poland was able to win 6 games whilst drawing and losing the remaining 4 games at 2 apiece.

    Their largest victory came during their 7-1 victory over San Marino, which would have rivalled their all-time greatest victory if not for San Marino scoring in the game.

    Although not the favourites to win the World Cup, with the likes of Robert Lewandowski at their disposal - Poland can certainly serve as a threat throughout the tournament.

    One thing is for certain, it will be interesting to see just how far Poland will be able to progress throughout the tournament, as well as seeing if Lewandowski can potentially win the golden boot. Should he be able to, however, that will certainly mean that the Polish side will make it fairly far.

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  • Key Players

    Key Player

    If Poland have any hope of progressing in the competition they will surely be relying on their star man and captain, Robert Lewandowski. The forward will be one of the favourites to take home the Golden Boot and has the weight of a nation lying firmly on his shoulders. Poland have plenty of experience in their ranks to join their captain and they will be hoping to use all of their experience to progress in Russia.  

    The Goals

    It is hard to look further than Robert Lewandwoski with 6 goal in qualfying, he remains one of the most prolific strikers in world football and Poland's hopes will be resting on his shoulders at Euro 2020. The Poland captain was the top scorer in Europe’s 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Lewandowski, hailed as “the best striker in the world” by coach Adam Nawalka, also became his country’s all-time leading scorer during the preliminary campaign and will be the main source of goals for Poland. Meanwhile, Arkadiusz Milik is another dangerous forward who posesses a physical presence and despite playing understudy to Lewandowki, he can certainly find the back of the net when called upon. 

    One to watch out for

    Krzysztof Piątek The AC Milan forward struck 22 Serie A goals last season – 13 of them for previous club Genoa – and has kicked off his burgeoning Poland career with a goal every two games. He could very well have a big impact at Euro 2020. 

    Young starlet 

    Sebastian Szymański In May 2018 he was named in Poland's preliminary 35-man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. However, he did not make the final 23-man squad. He made his Poland national football team debut on 9 September 2019 in an Euro 2020 qualifier against Austria. He then made his first start in the next qualifier on in October against Latvia and assisted on one of the goals as Poland won 3–0 and secured their spot at the final tournament. He scored his first goal for his country in the last qualifying group game against Slovenia. 

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Road To The Qatar World Cup 2022

During the qualification games, Poland finished second - merely 6 points behind the top of Group I, England. Poland was able to win 6 games whilst drawing and losing the remaining 4 games at 2 apiece.

Their largest victory came during their 7-1 victory over San Marino, which would have rivalled their all-time greatest victory if not for San Marino scoring in the game.

Although not the favourites to win the World Cup, with the likes of Robert Lewandowski at their disposal - Poland can certainly serve as a threat throughout the tournament.

One thing is for certain, it will be interesting to see just how far Poland will be able to progress throughout the tournament, as well as seeing if Lewandowski can potentially win the golden boot. Should he be able to, however, that will certainly mean that the Polish side will make it fairly far.

Key Players

Key Player

If Poland have any hope of progressing in the competition they will surely be relying on their star man and captain, Robert Lewandowski. The forward will be one of the favourites to take home the Golden Boot and has the weight of a nation lying firmly on his shoulders. Poland have plenty of experience in their ranks to join their captain and they will be hoping to use all of their experience to progress in Russia.  

The Goals

It is hard to look further than Robert Lewandwoski with 6 goal in qualfying, he remains one of the most prolific strikers in world football and Poland's hopes will be resting on his shoulders at Euro 2020. The Poland captain was the top scorer in Europe’s 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Lewandowski, hailed as “the best striker in the world” by coach Adam Nawalka, also became his country’s all-time leading scorer during the preliminary campaign and will be the main source of goals for Poland. Meanwhile, Arkadiusz Milik is another dangerous forward who posesses a physical presence and despite playing understudy to Lewandowki, he can certainly find the back of the net when called upon. 

One to watch out for

Krzysztof Piątek The AC Milan forward struck 22 Serie A goals last season – 13 of them for previous club Genoa – and has kicked off his burgeoning Poland career with a goal every two games. He could very well have a big impact at Euro 2020. 

Young starlet 

Sebastian Szymański In May 2018 he was named in Poland's preliminary 35-man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. However, he did not make the final 23-man squad. He made his Poland national football team debut on 9 September 2019 in an Euro 2020 qualifier against Austria. He then made his first start in the next qualifier on in October against Latvia and assisted on one of the goals as Poland won 3–0 and secured their spot at the final tournament. He scored his first goal for his country in the last qualifying group game against Slovenia. 

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