World Cup wallchart: Paddy Power’s free Qatar 2022 fixtures guide

The whole schedule is on this bad boy.

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The World Cup 2022 is here – and we’ve knocked up a fab free wallchart to guide you through the tournament.

Our visual treat can take pride of place on your wall and assist you through the whole thing with all the World Cup fixtures and the schedule in full. Glorious.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE WORLD CUP WALL CHART AS A PDF

That means no more rushing to Google when wanting to find out what time Tunisia v Australia kicks off!

You’ll also be the envy of all your friends when they visit your gaff.

The festive footie fiesta takes place from Sunday, November 20 to Sunday, December 18 so you’ve got a month of chart-completing fun to look forward to.

If you still have a printer knocking about at home – fair play, if you do – then you can simply print it out and bang it up on the wall so you’re always up to date.

You might also fancy sticking another one on the office wall – your boss will love it!

Don’t have a printer? Well, we’ve got you covered for that top, Simply pop into our one of our Paddy Power shops in the UK & Republic of Ireland and the wallchart will be available in our World Cup Pitch Invader magazines.

The latest World Cup odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.

And if you’re looking for World Cup betting tips then Paddy Power News is your one-stop shop for prize punts and fab fancies from our starting line-up of experts and pundits.

Otherwise, you can get to downloading our wicked wall chart by clicking on the image above.

So, you’ve got your wall chart, but what about some free bets? Well, Paddy’s got you covered. The big man’s digging deep into his pocket to dish out a free Bet Builder for every England game at Qatar 2022.

That’s more freebies than the host selection committee…

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