The Netherlands was eliminated in the first round of 2018. But in 2022 they are the Group A Champion and secure their round of 16 pisition and they have a huge possibility to reach the quarterfinal.
For Louis van Gaal, who is leading the Dutch national team for the third time, a World Cup victory would be a dream come true. He guided the Netherlands to a third-place finish in the 2014 World Cup.
Van Gaal has a lot of high-caliber players at his disposal, including Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk and Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong, but it remains to be seen whether the Netherlands can win the tournament.
2022 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Schedule: Round of 16
Here are the match dates and start times according to Netherlands time:
|Group||Senegal vs. Netherlands||Mon, Nov. 21||11:00 AM||Al Thumama Stadium|
|Group||Netherlands vs. Ecuador||Fri, Nov. 25||5:00 PM||Khalifa International Stadium|
|Group||Netherlands vs. Qatar||Tues, Nov. 29||4:00 PM||Al Bayt Stadium|
|Round of 16||Netherlands vs. USA||Sat, Dec. 3||5:00 PM||Khalifa International Stadium|
Also Check: Football World Cup Schedule 2022
Which Channel will Broadcast World Cup 2022 in Netherlands?
The NOS has won the exclusive media rights to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Netherlands, So you need to Tune in NOS Sports to watch World cup matches live on TV.
How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 live stream in Netherlands?
From the Netherlands, You can watch Football World Cup 2022 live stream through the official website (NOS Live). Mobile phone viewers can watch the FIFA world cup via NOS Live Android or iOS app. If you are outside of the home, using a VPN service you can NOS live from anywhere.
Netherlands FIFA World Cup History
The Netherlands has been in three World Cup finals as of 2018. After reaching consecutive finals in 1974 and 1978, they qualified for three consecutive World Cup tournaments in the 1990s.
The Netherlands were eliminated in the Round of 16 at UEFA Euro 1990, two years after winning the European Championship in 1988. West Germany was victorious.
In the 1994 World Cup quarterfinals, Brazil beat the Netherlands. The Netherlands were ousted from the 1998 World Cup semifinals by Brazil, while Croatia won the third-place play-off. The “Battle of Nuremberg,” a historic Euro 2006 match between the Netherlands and Portugal, resulted in the Dutch team’s elimination from the tournament.
In 2010, the squad advanced to their third World Cup final, but were defeated by Spain after receiving a tournament-high amount of yellow and red cards (24 yellow and a yellow red one).
The Dutch national team has got 97 yellow and red cards in 50 World Cup appearances (90 yellow, 4 yellow red and 3 red in 50 games). The Netherlands secured their first-ever podium finish in the 2014 World Cup after defeating Spain 5-1 in their opening match. In normal time, the Dutch have never lost a World Cup match by more than one goal.