The Countries That Have Qualified For The 2022 FIFA World Cup. Here Are The Countries That Have Qualified For The 2022 FIFA World Cup. The 2022 World Cup is less than a year away, and teams are beginning to qualify. The tournament (2022 FIFA WORLD CUP), will commence on Monday, November 21 and and end on Sunday, December 18, will be the last to feature 32 teams, with the number increasing to 48 teams for the 2026 World Cup, which will be held in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

13 spots were reserved for European nations, Uefa will be the most represented confederation in Qatar. The top ten from each group advance automatically, with the final three spots determined by a play-off round featuring the top ten runners-up and the two best-ranked group winners from the Nations League who finished third or lower as well.

The leader of each group will automatically qualify for the tournament, and three more teams will be confirmed at the end of the March play-offs as well.

As of Tuesday morning, at least 11 countries had confirmed their participation in the 2022 World Cup. Below are the lists of the nations that had their participation in the upcoming event.

Countries That Have Qualified For The 2022 FIFA World Cup

Qatar

Qatar will compete for the first time after qualifying automatically as the host nation. They will open the tournament as hosts, as has been customary since the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

Germany

Germany (the winner of Group J) advanced directly to the World Cup having 27 points in 10 matches, while North Macedonia advanced to the second round (play-offs) with 18 points. Armenia, Germany, Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, and Romania comprised Group J.

Denmark

Denmark, the group winners, qualified directly for the World Cup with 27 points in 10 matches, while Scotland, the runners-up, and Austria, who finished fourth, advanced to the second round (play-offs). Austria, Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Israel, Moldova, and Scotland made up Group F.

Brazil

Brazil defeated Colombia in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday in Sao Paulo 1-0 to become the first South American team to qualify for Qatar 2022.

France


France qualified directly for the World Cup with 15 points in 7 matches. France is the group winner, while the runner-up will advance to the second round (play-offs).
Bosnia & Herzegovina, Finland, France (the defending champions), Kazakhstan, and Ukraine made up group D.

Belgium

Belgium advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 19 points in 7 matches, while the runner-up will advance to the second round (play-offs). Belarus, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Estonia, and Wales make up Group E.

Croatia

Croatia advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 23 points in 10 matches. while Russia advanced to the second round as the group runner-up (play-offs). Croatia, Cyprus, Malta, Russia, Slovakia, and Slovenia made up Group H.

Spain

Spain advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 19 points in 8 matches, while Sweden advanced to the second round as the group runner-up (play-offs). Georgia, Greece, Kosovo, Spain, and Sweden comprised Group B.

Serbia

Serbia advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 20 points in 8 matches, while Portugal advanced to the second round as the group runner-up (play-offs). Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Portugal, the Republic of Ireland, and Serbia made up Group A.

England

England advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 26 points in 10 matches while Poland advanced to the second round as the group runner-up (play-offs). Albania, Andorra, England, Hungary, Poland and San Marino made up group I.

Switzerland

Switzerland advanced directly to the World Cup finals as the group winner with 18 points in 8 matches, while Italy advanced to the second round (play-offs). Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Northern Ireland, and Switzerland made up Group C.

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