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Watch World Cup 2022 in Barcelona @ CocoVail

December 1, 2022

Are you wondering about where to watch The World Cup in Barcelona? More importantly, looking for a comfortable space with huge TVs?

CocoVail Beer Hall will broadcast all games across our televisions for the 2022 edition. We will have specials during the games, as well as contests and prizes to give out throughout the tournament. You may meet some fellow aficionados sporting the same country's colors or establish a healthy camaraderie with a rival fan. Either way, we're fixing to put together an incredible environment, so you can focus on rooting for your team and having a good time!

Note: We are not taking reservations for any games. It's first come, first serve.

Game Day Specials:
- 2 kilos of wings (42-46 wings)+ a 2L pitcher = 45 Euros
- XL: 4 kilos of wings (84-92 wings) + 2 2L pitchers= 80 Euros

World Cup 2022 at CocoVail: November 20th - December 4th, 2022



Sunday, November 20th:
Qatar vs Ecuador @ 17:00 Result: Qatar 0 - Ecuador 2

Monday, November 21st:
England vs Iran @ 14:00 Result: England 6 - Iran 2
Senegal vs Netherlands @ 17:00 Result: Senegal 0 - Netherlands 2
USA vs Wales @ 20:00 Result: USA 1 - Wales 1

Tuesday, November 22nd:
Argentina vs Saudi Arabia @ 11:00 Result: Argentina 1 - Saudi Arabia 2
Denmark vs Tunisia @ 14:00 Result: Denmark 0 - Tunisia 0
Mexico vs Poland @ 17:00 Result: Mexico 0 - Poland 0
France vs Australia @ 20:00 Result: France 4 - Australia 1

Wednesday, November 23rd:
Morocco vs Croatia @ 11:00 Result: Morocco 0 - Croatia 0
Germany vs Japan @ 14:00 Result: Germany 1 - Japan 2
Spain vs Costa Rica @ 17:00 Spain 7 - Costa Rica 0
Belgium vs Canada @ 20:00 Belgium 1 - Canada 0

Thursday, November 24th:
Switzerland vs Cameroon @ 11:00 Result: Switzerland 1 - Cameroon 0
Uruguay vs South Korea @ 14:00 Result: Uruguay 0 - South Korea 0
Portugal vs Ghana @ 17:00 Result: Portugal 3 - Senegal 2
Brazil vs Serbia @ 20:00 Result: Brazil 2 - Serbia 0

Friday, November 25th:
Wales vs Iran @ 11:00 Result: Wales 0 - Iran 2
Qatar vs Sengal @ 14:00 Result: Qatar 1 - Sengal 3
Netherlands @ Ecuador 17:00 Result: Netherlands 1 - Ecuador 1
England vs USA @ 20:00 Result: England 0 - USA 0

Saturday, November 26th:
Tunisia vs Australia @ 11:00 Result: Tunisia 0 - Australia 1
Poland vs Saudi Arabia @ 14:00 Result: Poland 2 - Saudi Arabia 0
France vs Denmark @ 17:00 Result: France 2 - Denmark 1
Argentina vs Mexico @ 20:00 Result: Mexico 0 - Argentina 2

Sunday, November 27th:

Japan vs Costa Rica @ 11:00 Result: Japan 0 - Costa Rica 1
Belgium vs Morocco @ 14:00 Result: Belgium 0 - Morocco 2
Croatia vs Canada @ 17:00 Result: Croatia 4 - Canada 1
Spain vs Germany @ 20:00 Result: Spain 0 - Germany 0

Monday, November 28th:
Cameroon vs Serbia @ 11:00
South Korea vs Ghana @ 14:00
Brazil vs Switzerland @ 17:00
Portugal vs Uruguay @ 20:00

Tuesday, November 29th:
Ecuador vs Senegal @ 11:00
Netherlands vs Qatar @ 14:00
Iran vs USA @ 17:00
Wales vs England @ 20:00

Wednesday, November 30th:
Tunisia vs France @ 16:00
Australia vs Denmark @ 16:00
Poland vs Argentina @ 20:00
Saudia vs Mexico @ 20:00

Thursday, December 1st:
Croatia vs Belgium @ 16:00
Canada vs Morocco @ 16:00
Japan vs Spain @ 20:00
Costa Rica vs Germany @ 20:00

Friday, December 2nd:
South Korea vs Portugal @ 16:00
Ghana vs Uruguay @ 16:00
Serbia vs Switzerland @ 20:00
Cameroon vs Brazil @ 20:00

Saturday, December 3rd:
Netherlands vs USA @ 16:00
Argentina vs Australia @ 20:00

Sunday, December 4th:

France vs Polans @ 16:00
England vs Senegal @ 20:00

Monday, December 5th:
TBD @ 16:00
TBD @ 20:00

Tuesday, December 6th:
TBD @ 16:00
TBD @ 20:00

CocoVail Presents: World Cup 2022 in Barcelona

Another 4 years elapsed since the last edition of arguably the best sporting event in the world, The World Cup. The last time around, in 2018, France beat Croatia in a cracking goal-filled match. Fans around the world were dismayed by the fact that once again Lionel Messi and Co didn't come home with the Big Kahoona.

At the same time, it came as no surprise that France won it all. They have such a young and star-studded cast of players, it's hard to bet against them. They are one of the favorites to win it in 2022, for sure.

This type of photo finish isn't rare in recent times, as Spain also added a star to their jersey when they grabbed the 2010 World Cup with an extra time goal by the man, the myth, the legend, Andrés Iniesta. If you don't know, a star is added above the emblem of the national team jersey every time they win.

Fun Fact: Did you know The World Cup is almost 100 years old? That's right, the inaugural tournament was in 1930, hosted by Uruguay.

To get you ready, pumped, and jazzed for the upcoming 2022 World Cup, we're going to leave this right here.

The Top-50 Goals from World Cup Qualifiers in the last few years building up to the massive event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL-vpj2y100