Serbia Schedule & Fixtures for World Cup 2022: Dušan Tadić’s team has got the Group G of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The team Serbia will play their group stage matches against Brazil, Switzerland, and Cameroon. Serbia will start their #FIFAWorldCup campaign against Brazil on November 24 at 22:00 PM Local Time (Qatar) or, 19:00 PM GMT. This will be the 16th match of the Tournament and the game is scheduled to play at
Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail. You can check the Complete Serbia Schedule & Fixtures along with Stadiums, and match timings; Local time (Qatar), ET, India, UK (GMT), and Central European Time (CET) here.
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Serbia Schedule for 2022 FIFA World Cup – Group G Serbia Fixtures, Next Match Date, Timings
There is a total of 6 matches are scheduled to play in Group G. Serbia will play 3 out of 6 matches in World Cup 2022 group stage. Below, you can find the all game information along with the Date, Timings, Teams, Match Numbers, and Venue details.
Dragan Stojković also known by the nickname Piksi (Пикси), is a Serbian former footballer who played as a midfielder, and the current manager of the Serbia national team.
Stojković was long time captain of the Yugoslavia national team and Red Star Belgrade and is considered one of the best players in the history of Yugoslav and Serbian football. He was a star player for Yugoslavia at the 1990 FIFA World Cup (where he was selected for the World Cup All-Star Team) and 1998 FIFA World Cup where he captained the team.
Dušan Tadić is a Serbian professional footballer who plays as a forward or attacking midfielder and captains both Eredivisie club Ajax and the Serbia national team.
Tadić spent his youth at hometown club AIK Bačka Topola and Vojvodina, eventually playing in the UEFA Europa League with the latter. After two seasons with Groningen he joined Twente in 2012, where he earned a move to Southampton of the Premier League. After four years in England, he returned to the Netherlands in 2018, when he joined Ajax.
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