Tokyo Olympics 2022 Football Match Schedule Bangladesh Time & Live Telecast

Tokyo Olympics 2022 Football Match Schedule Bangladesh Time & Live Telecast. The Association Football Tournament for the 2022 Summer Olympics is scheduled to be held in Japan from July 21 to August 7. In addition to the Olympic host city of Tokyo, matches will be held in Kashima, Saitama, Sapporo, Rifu and Yokohama. Associations affiliated with FIFA may send teams to participate in the tournament. There are no age restrictions on women’s teams. While men’s teams are limited to under-24 players, allowing a maximum of three overs players.

The men’s tournament is usually limited to under-23 players. Although after the Olympics were postponed for a year. FIFA decided to maintain the restriction on players born on or after January 1, 1997. In June 2022, FIFA approved the use of the video by the Olympic Assistant Referee (VAR) system. Men’s defending champion Brazil. Germany are the defending women’s champions. But failed to qualify after losing to Sweden in the quarter-finals of the 2016 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Olympic football schedule 2022 Bangladesh time

Tokyo Olympic Football 2022 will be played from July 22 to August 7. The organizing committee for the FIFA competition approved the spot distribution at their meeting on 14 September 2011. In addition to host Japan, the 15-man national team has qualified from six separate continental conferences. We have a lot of fans in the Olympic Games in our country. So, they are eagerly waiting for the schedule of Tokyo football match 2022 Bangladesh time. So, today we are coming up with full match schedule 2022 It helps you to see Tokyo match schedule 2022 Bangladesh Bangladesh schedule is given below.

Olympic 2022 Football Match Schedule

Finally, the 2022 Olympics are going to be held. Tokyo Olympics 2022 is scheduled. This year’s Tokyo Olympics 2022 is set to begin on July 23, 2022. And it ended on August 8th with another football event. And this time the best teams, especially the men, are taking part in the Olympic football event. Football is a popular sport. Football is said to be the biggest show in the world. And so football adds a whole new dimension to a huge action-packed abandonment like the Olympics. And the participating teams are proud of their country winning the Olympics. However, the teams participating in the football event want to bring their country back to gold.

When is the Tokyo Olympics Happen ?

Originally scheduled for the summer of 2022. The Tokyo Olympics were postponed until the summer of 2022 due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic. The inaugural event will now take place on Friday, July 23, 2022. With the competition starting on Wednesday, July 22. And TV / streaming coverage in the United States on Tuesday night, July 20. The Games will conclude with a closing ceremony on Sunday, August 8th.

Tokyo Olympic Game

Tokyo Olympic Football Venue

More than 200 athletes from around the world will transform Tokyo into a bizarre Olympic Games in recent memory. The 2022 Olympics, finally delayed by a year due to the Covid-19 epidemic. It will finally be held in Tokyo from July 23 to August 8. The epidemic has increased the number not only in the sports world, but all over the world. In fact, among the growing number of coronaviruses, Japan will host the 2022 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies.

Venue Name / Stadium Capacity
National Stadium 60102
Tokyo Stadium 48000
Saitama Stadium 2002 62000
International Stadium 70000
Ibaraki Kashima Stadium 42000
Miyagi Stadium 48000
Sapporo Dome 42000

Tokyo Olympic Football Group Name & Team List 2022

Grope Name Team List
Grope A Japan, Mexico, France, South Africa
Grope B Honduras, South Korea, New Zealand, Romania
Grope C Argentina, Australia, Egypt, Spain
Grope D Brazil, Germany, Ivory Coast, Saudi Arabia

Tokyo Olympics 2022 Football Fixtures Bangladesh Time

Date Time (BDT) Matches
22 July 2022 1:30 PM Egypt vs Spain
22 July 2022 2:00 PM Mexico vs France
22 July 2022 2:00 PM New Zealand vs South Korea
22 July 2022 5.30 PM Brazil vs Germany
22 July 2022 2:30 PM Argentina vs Australia
22 July 2022 5.00 PM Honduras vs Romania
22 July 2022 1:00 PM Japan vs South Africa
22 July 2022 2:00 PM Ivory Coast vs Saudi Arabia
Date Time (BDT) Matches
25 July 2022 1:30 PM Egypt vs Argentina
25 July 2022 2:00 PM France vs South Africa
25 July 2022 2:00 PM New Zealand vs Honduras
25 July 2022 2:30 PM Brazil vs Côte d’Ivoire
25 July 2022 4:30 PM Australia vs Spain
25 July 2022 5:00 PM Japan vs Mexico
25 July 2022 5:00 PM Romania vs Republic of Korea
25 July 2022 5:30 PM Saudi Arabia vs Germany
Date Time (BDT) Matches
28 July 2022 2:00 PM Germany vs Côte d’Ivoire
28 July 2022 2:00 PM Saudi Arabia vs Brazil
28 July 2022 2:30 PM Romania vs New Zealand
28 July 2022 2:30 PM Republic of Korea vs Honduras
28 July 2022 5:00 PM Australia vs Egypt
28 July 2022 5:00 PM Spain vs Argentina
28 July 2022 5:30 PM France vs Japan
28 July 2022 5:30 PM South Africa vs Mexico

Quarter finals

Date: Saturday, 31 July
2:00 PM 1C v 2D
3:00 PM 1A v 2B
4:00 PM 1D v 2C
5:00 PM 1B v 2A


Date: Tuesday, 3 August
2:00PM Quarterfinal 2 Winner v Quarterfinal 4 Winner
5:00 PM Quarterfinal 1 Winner v Quarterfinal 3 Winner

Bronze Medal Match

Date: Friday, 6 August
9:00 PM semifinal 1 loser v semifinal 2 loser

Final Gold Medal Match

Date: Saturday, 7 August
9:30 PM semifinal 1 winner v v semifinal 2 winner


Olympics 2022 Football Watch Online

There are several ways to watch 2022 Olympic football online. One of the most popular mediums is YouTube TV. You can also watch it on Peacock, Sling TV, FootTV, NBCO, Hulu Plus, NBC Sports. But you have to spend money for almost all these means. If you are lucky you will see it for free. Now many people like to watch matches online. Because matches are easily viewed online. And that’s why watching online matches is growing in popularity day by day.

Where you can watch Olympics live in Bangladesh

The Tokyo Football Olympics will be broadcast live on India’s Sony Ten 2 and Sony TN2 HD TV channels. Sony Ten 4 and Sony SIX will broadcast the match in regional languages. The Tokyo Football Olympics live streaming will be available on the Sunlive platform. Sony Sports Networks India is the exclusive broadcast full match. You can watch the match live on Sony channels You can watch live streaming of Tokyo Football Olympics 2022.

How to watch the 2022 Football Olympics without Cable

There are plenty of options you can use cord cutters to stream the Olympics. Significantly, they can re-promote selected live events and peacocks for free. Additionally, streaming services like fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV and YouTube TV carry the NBC family of networks and provide free trials.

Tokyo Football Olympics LIVE Broadcast Channel List

Country Tv Channel
 Albania RTSH
 Asia Dentsu
 Australia Seven Network
 Austria ORF
 Argentina TVPTyC Sports
 Bangladesh BTV
 Belgium RTBFVRT
 Benin ORTB
 Bhutan BBS
 Bolivia Bolivisión
 Brazil Grupo Globo BandSports
 Brunei beIN Sports RTB
 Bulgaria BNT
 Canada CBC/Radio-Canada Bell Media Sportsnet TLN
 Chile TVN
 China CCTV Migu
 Colombia Caracol Televisión
 Croatia HRT
 Cyprus CyBC

Tokyo-Olympic-Channel List

Tokyo Olympics Football 2022 Team Name & Squad List


Goalkeepers: Paul Bernardoni, Stefan Bajic, Dimitry Bertaud.

Defenders: Melvin Bard, Anthony Caci, Ismael Doukoure, Pierre Kalulu, Clement Michelin, Timothee Pembele, Modibo Sagnan.

Midfielders: Alexis Beka Beka, Jeremy Gelin, Enzo Le Fee, Teji Savanier*, Florian Thauvin*, Lucas Tousart.

Forwards: Andre-Pierre Gignac*, Randal Kolo Muani, Arnaud Nordin, Isaac Lihadji, Nathaniel Mbuku.


Goalkeepers: Keisuke Osaka, Kosei Tani, Zion Suzuki.

Defenders: Hiroki Sakai*, Yuta Nakayama, Ko Itakura, Maya Yoshida*, Reo Hatate, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Daiki Hashioka, Ayumu Seko, Koki Machida.

Midfielders: Wataru Endo*, Takefusa Kubo, Koji Miyoshi, Ritsu Doan, Kaoru Mitoma, Yuki Soma, Ao Tanaka.

Forwards: Daizen Maeda, Ayase Ueda, Daichi Hayashi.


Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa*, Sebastian Jurado, Luis Malagon.

Defenders: Cesar Montes, Johan Vasquez, Jesus Alberto Angulo, Jorge Sanchez, Vladimir Lorona, Adrian Mora, Luis Romo*.

Midfielders: Diego Lainez, Sebastian Cordova, Carlos Rodriguez, Roberto Alvarado, Uriel Antuna, Joaquin Esquivel, Fernando Beltran, Erick Aguirre, Jesus Ricardo Angulo.

Forwards: Henry Martin*, Alexis Vega, Eduardo Aguirre.

South Africa

Goalkeepers: Ronwen Williams*, Mondli Moto, Sifiso Mlungwana.

Defenders: James Monyane, Katlego Mohamme, Luke Fleurs, Thendo Mukumela, Sibusiso Mabiliso, Tercious Malepe.

Midfielders: Teboho Mokoena, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Thabo Cele, Fagrie Lakay, Sipho Mbule, Goodman Mosele.

Forwards: Evidence Makgopa, Luther Singh, Lyle Foster, Kobamelo Kodisang.


Goalkeepers: Alex Guity, Michael Perrelo, Bryan Ramos.

Defenders: Denil Maldonado, Wesley Decas, Carlos Melendez, Christropher Melendez, Jose Garcia, Elvin Oliva.

Midfielders: Jonathan Nunez, Jose Alejandro Reyes, Edwin Rodriguez, Samuel Elvir, Carlos Pineda, Jorge Alvarez.

Forwards: Jorge Benguche*, Rigoberto Rivas, Brayan Moya*, Jose Pinto, Luis Palma, Juan Obregon Jr., Douglas Martinez.

New Zealand

Goalkeepers: Michael Woud, Jamie Searle, Alex Paulsen.

Defenders: Liberato Cacace, Callan Elliot, Dane Ingram, Nando Pijnaker, Winston Reid*, George Stanger.

Midfielders: Joe Bell, Clayton Lewis, Marko Stamenic, Gianni Stensness, Ben Old, Sam Sutton.

Forwards: Joey Champness, Elijah Just, Callum McCowatt, Ben Waine, Chris Wood*, Matt Garbett.


Goalkeepers: Mihai Aioani, Mihai Popa, Stefan Tarnovanu.

Defenders: Radu Boboc, Andrei Chindris, Virgil Ghita, Ricardo Grigore, Alex Pascanu, Andrei Ratiu, Florin Stefan*.

Midfielders: Tudor Baluta, Andrei Ciobanu, Alex Dobre, Marco Dulca, Ion Gheorghe, Valentin Gheorghe, Marius Marin, Eduard Florescu, Antonio Sefer.

Forwards: George Ganea, Andrei Sintean.

South Korea

Goalkeepers: Song Bum-keun, Ahn Joon-soo, An Chan-gi.

Defenders: Lee You-hyeon, Jeong Tae-wook, Kim Jae-woo, Kim Jin-ya, Seol Young-woo, Kim Min-jae*, Kang Yoon-sung, Lee Sang-min.

Midfielders: Jeong Seung-won, Kim Dong-hyun, Lee Dong-gyeong, Won Du-jae, Lee Kang-in, Kim Jin-kyu.

Forwards: Lee Dong-jun, Um Won-sang, Song Min-kyu, Kwon Chang-hoon*, Hwang Ui-jo*.


Goalkeepers: Joaquin Blazquez, Lautaro Morales, Jeremias Ledesma*.

Defenders: Hernan de la Fuente, Marcelo Herrera, Nehuen Perez, Leonel Mosevich, Facundo Medina, Francisco Ortega, Claudio Bravo.

Midfielders: Fausto Vera, Santiago Colombatto, Tomas Belmonte, Martin Payero, Thiago Almada, Esequiel Barco.

Forwards: Carlos Valenzuela, Pedro de la Vega, Alexis Mac Allister, Agustin Urzi, Adolfo Gaich, Ezequiel Ponce.


Goalkeepers: Tom Glover, Ashley Maynard-Brewer, Jordan Holmes.

Defenders: Nathaniel Atkinson, Thomas Deng, Joel King, Kye Rowles, Harry Souttar, Jay Rich-Baghuelou.

Midfielders: Keanu Baccus, Denis Genreau, Riley McGree, Connor Metcalfe, Dylan Pierias, Caleb Watts, Cameron Devlin, Marco Tillo.

Forwards: Daniel Arzani, Nicholas D’Agostino, Mitchell Duke*, Reno Piscopo, Lachlan Wales.


Goalkeepers: Mohamed El Shenawy*, Mohamed Sobhy, Mahmoud Gad.

Defenders: Ahmed Hegazi*, Mahmoud Hamdy, Mohamed Abdel Salam, Osama Galal, Ahmed Ramadan, Karim El-Eraky, Karim Fouad, Ahmed Abou El Fotouh.

Midfielders: Akram Tawfik, Amar Hamdy, Nasser Maher, Emam Ashour.

Forwards: Ramadan Sobhi, Ibrahim Adel, Abdel Rahman Magdy, Taher Mohamed, Salah Mohsen, Nasser Mansi, Ahmed Yasser.


Goalkeepers: Alex Dominguez, Alvaro Fernandes, Unai Simon.

Defenders: Eric Garcia, Juan Miranda, Oscar Mingueza, Oscar Gil, Pau Torres, Jesus Vallejo.

Midfielders: Pedri, Bryan Gil, Martin Zubimendi, Marc Cucurella, Jon Moncayola, Dani Olmo, Carlos Soler, Dani Ceballos*, Mikel Merino*, Marco Asensio*.

Forwards: Javi Puado, Rafa Mir, Mikel Oyarzabal.


Goalkeepers: Brenno, Lucao, Santos*.

Defenders: Nino, Ricardo Graca, Guilherme Arana, Gabriel Menino, Dani Alves*, Diego Carlos*, Abner Vinicius, Bruno Fuchs.

Midfielders: Matheus Henrique, Bruno Guimaraes, Douglas Luiz, Claudinho, Reinier.

Forwards: Gabriel Martinelli, Paulinho, Richarlison, Matheus Cunha, Antony, Malcom.


Goalkeepers: Svend Brodersen, Florian Muller, Luca Plogmann.

Defenders: Benjamin Henrichs, Amos Pieper, David Raum, Jordan Torunarigha, Felix Uduokhai, Keven Schlotterbeck.

Midfielders: Nadiem Amiri*, Maximilian Arnold*, Ismail Jakobs, Eduard Lowen, Arne Maier, Anton Stach, Ragnar Ache.

Forwards: Max Kruse*, Marco Richter, Cedric Teuchert.

Ivory Coast

Goalkeepers: Eliezer Ira Tape, Maxime Nagoli Oupoh, Nicolas Tie.

Defenders: Kouao Koffi, Zie Ouattara, Wilfried Singo, Eric Bailly*, Kouadio-Yves Dalila, Ismael Diallo, Silas Gnaka.

Midfielders: Eboue Kouassi, Idrissa Doumbia, Franck Kessie*, Amad Diallo,Max Gradel*, Youssouf Dao.

Forwards: Chieck Timite, Christiane Kouame, Vakoun Issouf Bayo, Mory Keita, Kader Keita, Aboubacar Doumbia.

Saudi Arabia

Goalkeepers: Zaid Al-Bawardi, Mohammed Al Rubaie, Amin Bukhari.

Defenders: Saud Abdulhamid, Abdulelah Al-Amri, Khalifah Al-Dawsari, Yasser Al-Shahrani*, Hamad Al-Yami, Abdullah Hassoun, Abdulbasit Hindi.

Midfielders: Turki Al-Ammar, Salem Al-Dawsari*, Salman Al-Faraj*, Khalid Al-Ghannam, Ali Al-Hassan, Ayman Al-Khulaif, Sami Al-Najei, Nasser Al-Omran, Mukhtar Ali, Abdulrahman Ghareeb, Ayman Yahya.

Forwards: Abdullah Al-Hamdan.

History Of Olympics Men’s Football Medal Winners

Games Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal
2016 Rio Brazil (BRA) Germany (GER) Nigeria (NGR)
2012 London Mexico (MEX) Brazil (BRA) South Korea (KOR)
2008 Beijing Argentina (ARG) Nigeria (NGR) Brazil (BRA)
2004 Athens Argentina (ARG) Paraguay (PAR) Italy (ITA)
2000 Sydney Cameroon (CMR) Spain (ESP) Chile (CHI)
1996 Atlanta Nigeria (NGR) Argentina (ARG) Brazil (BRA)
1992 Barcelona Spain (ESP) Poland (POL) Ghana (GHA)
1988 Seoul Soviet Union (URS) Brazil (BRA) West Germany (FRG)
1984 Los Angeles France (FRA) Brazil (BRA) Yugoslavia (YUG)
1980 Moscow Czechoslovakia (TCH) East Germany (GDR) Soviet Union (URS)
1976 Montreal East Germany (GDR) Poland (POL) Soviet Union (URS)
1972 Munich Poland (POL) Hungary (HUN) Soviet Union (URS)
1968 Mexico City Hungary (HUN) Bulgaria (BUL) Japan (JPN)
1964 Tokyo Hungary (HUN) Czechoslovakia (TCH) Germany (EUA)
1960 Rome Yugoslavia (YUG) Denmark (DEN) Hungary (HUN)
1956 Melbourne Soviet Union (URS) Yugoslavia (YUG) Bulgaria (BUL)
1952 Helsinki Hungary (HUN) Yugoslavia (YUG) Sweden (SWE)
1948 London Sweden (SWE) Yugoslavia (YUG) Denmark (DEN)
1936 Berlin Italy (ITA) Austria (AUT) Norway (NOR)
1928 Amsterdam Uruguay (URU) Argentina (ARG) Italy (ITA)
1924 Paris Uruguay (URU) Switzerland (SUI) Sweden (SWE)
1920 Antwerp Belgium (BEL) Spain (ESP) Netherlands (NED)
1912 Stockholm Great Britain (GBR) Denmark (DEN) Netherlands (NED)
1908 London Great Britain (GBR) Denmark (DEN) Netherlands (NED)
1904 St. Louis Canada (CAN) United States (USA) United States (USA)
1900 Paris Great Britain (GBR) France (FRA) Belgium (BEL)

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