South Korea Schedule & Fixtures for World Cup 2022: Son Heung-min’s team has got the Group H of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The team South Korea will play their group stage matches against Uruguay, Ghana, and Portugal. South Korea has started their #FIFAWorldCup campaign against Uruguay on November 24 at 16:00 PM Local Time (Qatar) or, 13:00 PM GMT. This will be the 14th match of the Tournament and the game is scheduled to play at Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan. You can check the Complete South Korea 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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South Korea Schedule for 2022 FIFA World Cup – Group H South Korea Fixtures, Next Match Date, Timings
There is a total of 6 matches have been scheduled to play in Group H. South Korea 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.
Goalkeepers: Kim Seung-gyu (Al-Shabab), Song Bum-keun (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Jo Hyeon-woo (Ulsan Hyundai)
Defenders: Yoon Jong-gyu (FC Seoul), Kim Jin-su (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Kim Min-jae (Napoli), Hong Chul (Daegu FC), Kim Moon-hwan (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Kim Young-gwon (Ulsan Hyundai), Kwon Kyung-won (Gamba Osaka), Kim Tae-hwan (Ulsan Hyundai), Cho Yu-min (Daejeon Hana Citizen)
Midfielders: Jung Woo-young (Al-Sadd), Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos), Son Heung-min (captain)- (Tottenham Hotspur), Paik Seung-ho (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Lee Jae-sung (Mainz 05), Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton Wanderers),Son Jun-ho (Shandong Taishan), Na Sang-ho (Na Sang-ho), Lee Kang-in (Mallorca),Kwon Chang-hoon (Gimcheon Sangmu), Jeong Woo-yeong (SC Freiburg), Song Min-kyu (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
Forwards: Cho Gue-sung (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Hwang Ui-jo (Olympiacos)
Son Heung-min is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and captains the South Korea national team. Considered one of the best forwards in the world and one of the greatest Asian footballers of all time, he is known for his explosive speed, finishing, two-footedness and ability to link play.
In 1972, Cha had been capped for the South Korea national team as the youngest player of the time at the age of 18. He is the youngest player to ever reach 100 international caps in the world at 24 years and 35 days, and the all-time leading goalscorer of the South Korean national team with 58 goals. After dominating Asian competitions including the 1978 Asian Games, he left for West Germany and played for Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen. He scored a total of 121 goals in two Bundesliga clubs, and won the UEFA Cup with each team.
The FIFA assigns a three-letter country code (more properly termed a trigram or trigraph) to each of its member and non-member countries. These are the official codes used by the FIFA and its continental confederations (AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC and UEFA) as name abbreviations of countries and dependent areas, in official competitions.
Paulo Jorge Gomes Bento (Portuguese pronunciation is a Portuguese retired footballer, currently manager of the South Korea national team.
A defensive midfielder with tackling ability and workrate as his main assets, he played for two of the major three teams in his country, amassing Primeira Liga totals of 284 matches and 16 goals over 11 seasons, and also spent four years in Spain. He represented the Portuguese national team in the 2002 World Cup and Euro 2000.
Cha Bum-kun- In 1972, Cha had been capped for the South Korea national team as the youngest player of the time at the age of 18. He is the youngest player to ever reach 100 international caps in the world at 24 years and 35 days,[note 1] and the all-time leading goalscorer of the South Korean national team with 58 goals. After dominating Asian competitions including the 1978 Asian Games, he left for West Germany and played for Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen. He scored a total of 121 goals in two Bundesliga clubs, and won the UEFA Cup with each team.
Hong Myung-bo- Hong was a member of the South Korean national team in four FIFA World Cups, and was the first Asian player to play in four consecutive World Cup final tournaments. He is also the first Asian player ever to receive the Bronze Ball at the World Cup. He gained attention after showing his outstanding ability in World Cup and Asian competitions. He received some votes in elections for the FIFA World Player of the Year, finishing 21st in 1996 and 17th in 2002. Furthermore, he was also selected for the FIFA 100, Pelé's selection about the 125 greatest living footballers in the world.