The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event on the planet, and it’s going to be here before we know it. The best part of any major tournament is that it brings together some of the world’s most talented players in one place, so you’ll get to see them all do what they do best. Here are my top 10 most exciting teams in this year’s field:
France is considered to be the favorite to win the WorldCup 2022 and with good reason.
They have a great team that includes some of the best players in world football, like Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappé, and Paul Pogba. Their coach Didier Deschamps also has plenty of experience at the international level having won two World Cups as a player and one as a manager (1998).
France will be hard to beat if they play their best football because they are capable of playing some exciting football when needed. The French national team is one of those teams who can play a variety of styles including 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1 whilst still keeping possession effectively thanks to their excellent ball circulation skills. If you want to watch an exciting team then France could be your pick!
The English National Team has an exciting team, and they are looking to bring home the World Cup this year. They have a young and dynamic side that is full of players who are playing at the top level of their clubs. England has made it into the semifinals in three out of four world cups they have competed in since 1990. This year, they have a good chance of winning the tournament if all goes well for them during their group stage matches against Tunisia and Panama.
Germany is one of the best teams in the world and has a great coach. Their team spirit is one of their biggest strengths as well as their historic success.
Germany has reached at least semi-finals in 12 World Cups out of 15 (1934, 1938, 1954, 1966, 1970, 1982, 1986, 1990 1994 2002 2006 2010 2014) they have appeared in! They are certainly one of the favorites to make it to Qatar 2022 finals!
Spain is the defending champion and has a strong midfield, defense and attack. The team is known to be patient with possession while waiting for opportunities to score. Spain’s midfield includes Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets, Real Madrid’s Isco Alarcon, and Atletico Madrid’s Rodri Hernandez. The three players were key members of Spain’s World Cup-winning squad in 2022 when they defeated France 3-2 in the final match at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy
Japan is a team with a lot of potentials and could do well in this World Cup. They have a strong team and are capable of winning it all. They have a good coach, and they will be playing in their home country, which should give them an advantage over other teams who might not be familiar with the conditions or style of play in Japan.
Brazil is the most successful team in FIFA World Cup history. They have won the tournament five times, and they are the only team to have played in every FIFA World Cup since it started in 1930.
Brazil also has a reputation for playing attractive football with individual flair, which makes them exciting to watch. They tend to be more physical than other teams as well, so don’t expect too many long balls from Brazil. The Brazilians will try to dictate play by keeping possession and making short passes together on the ground rather than hitting long balls over your head all game long!
Australia is the most successful team in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), having won three FIFA World Cup qualifying tournaments. It has also reached the semifinals twice, losing to eventual winners Brazil in Germany in 2006 and to eventual finalists Uruguay in South Africa in 2010.
Australia was expected to go deep in 2022 after reaching the semi-finals of its first-ever Asian Cup last year but it did not qualify for this year’s tournament because it failed to win a single game during the qualifying phase.
The Socceroos have been drawn against Group G opponents France and Peru as well as debutants Iceland at this summer’s tournament. Their coach Graham Arnold said he was happy with the draw despite his side being considered among rank outsiders for Russia 2019 by many experts due largely to their lackluster record over recent years which included failing even qualify for last year’s World Cup – a first since 1974 when they qualified automatically as hosts Australia beat Syria 2-1 on Thursday night after extra time courtesy of Aziz Behich’s goal which secured them a playoff spot against Syria next month
Italy is one of the most exciting teams to watch in this year’s World Cup. They have a history of winning and have been in the finals for 6 straight World Cups. They have a good mix of experience and youth, with some players who can put up points and others who play defense. They also have a good balance between attacking playmakers and defensive stoppers.
The Italian team has won four World Cups in its history (1934, 1938, 1982 & 2006). If they’re able to make it back into another final game this year, they could possibly become one of only two countries outside Germany to win five titles!
Argentina is a team you can never count out, especially when it comes to the World Cup. They’ve made it to the finals so many times and have won twice in their history, but it’s been a while since they took home the gold. They always have a number of star players on their roster, such as Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero (both of whom will likely be there again!).
If you’re a fan of the United States, then watch out for Mexico. We know this because we have a lot of cousins who live in Texas, and they are always talking about how much fun it is to go watch the Mexican national team play.
Mexico has been there or thereabouts for years now, but never managed to make it past the Round of 16 at any World Cup in history until 2014. That year though was different: Mexico became CONCACAF champions by beating Jamaica 3-1 on aggregate (4-2 on penalties) after drawing 2-2 away from home in Kingston City Stadium.
They also have a very young team with exciting players like Hirving Lozano and Alberth Elis up front—and with so many players who were born in America or have dual citizenship with Mexico (five USMNT players currently play for El Tri), this could be one of those teams that surprises everyone at FIFA 20
We’re excited for the 2022 World Cup and hope you are too. It’s going to be a great tournament and we can’t wait to see who comes out on top!