Brazil vs Cameroon next match date and time in Bangladesh
Group stage match 3 of 3.
Brazil vs Cameroon next match.
BD date & time: 03 December 2022 at 1.00 A.M.
Venue: Lusail Iconic Stadium.
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Brazil vs Cameroon head-to-head
Total Matches: 6
Brazil won: 5
Games Draw: 0
Cameroon won: 0.
Date / Match / Result / Competition
24 June 1994 / Brazil vs Cameroon / 3-0/ FIFA World Cup.
13 November 1996 / Brazil vs Cameroon / 2-0 / International Friendly.
31 May 2001 / Brazil vs Cameroon / 2-0 / FIFA Confederations Cup.
19 June 2003 / Brazil vs Cameroon / 0-1 / FIFA Confederations Cup.
23 June 2014 / Cameroon vs Brazil / 1-4 / FIFA World Cup.
20 November 2018 / Brazil vs Cameroon / 1-0 / International Friendly.
Lusail Iconic Stadium
Lusail Iconic Stadium is a football stadium in Lusail, Qatar. The stadium will host the final match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Lusail Stadium, owned by the Qatar Football Association, is the largest stadium in Qatar and one of the eight stadiums being converted for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar. The stadium is located approximately 23 km north of Doha. Lucille Stadium was inaugurated on 9 September 2022 with the Lucille Super Cup match.
The procurement process for the stadium conversion began in 2014. The stadium was built in a joint venture by HBK Contracting (HBK) and China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC). The MEP work was carried out by HBK Engineering. The stadium was designed by British firm Foster + Partners, and Populus, Lucille Stadium is scheduled to be ready by 2020. Like other stadiums planned for the 2022 World Cup, Lucille Stadium will be cooled using solar energy and will be zero carbon. Footsteps.
Construction began on 11 April 2017. The construction of the stadium was supposed to be completed in 2020. It was then scheduled to host three friendlies until the 2022 World Cup, but the stadium’s completion was postponed, and later hosted 10 games, including the final.
After the World Cup, it is expected to be reconfigured into a 40,000-seat stadium. Excess seating will be removed, and other parts of the building will be reclaimed as a community space with shops, cafes, athletic and learning facilities, and a health clinic.
Like other stadiums built for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Lucille Stadium received a five-star rating for design and construction from GSAS on 16 August 2022. In a September 2021 report, Amnesty criticized Qatar for failing to investigate the deaths of migrant workers.
In September 2022, Amnesty published the results of a survey of more than 17,000 football fans from 15 countries showing that 73% believed FIFA compensated migrant workers in Qatar for human rights abuses. FIFA issued a statement following the amnesty vote that noted improvements made for migrant workers.
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