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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 European Qualifiers

All you need to know about World Cup Qualifiers:2021/2022 season

 

Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup? Full list of all 32 nations

World Cup 2022

World Cup draw in full

Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador

Group B: England, USA, Iran, Wales/Scotland/Ukraine

Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia

Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, UAE/Australia/Peru

Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica/New Zealand

Group F: Belgium, Croatia, Morocco, Canada

Group G: Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea, Ghana

The 2022 Qatar edition will be the first tournament hosted in the Middle East and the first to be held at the end of the calendar year in November and December.

A total of 20 of 32 teams have officially qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, including the host nation.

Canada qualifies for FIFA World Cup for first time in 36 years.

1)Qatar (hosts) ; 2) Germany; 3) Denmark; 4) Brazil 5)France; 6)Belgium; 7)Croatia; 8)Spain; 9) Serbia; 10) England; 11)Switzerland; 12)Netherlands; 13) Argentina; 14) Iran; 15) South Korea; 16) Japan; 17) Saudi Arabia; 18) Ecuador; 19) Uruguay; 20) Canada

  • Qualified for the final round of African qualifying Algeria, Cameroon, Congo DR, Egypt, Ghana, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia.
  • Qualified for the European play-off finals North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Wales.
  • Qualified for the Asian play-off Australia.
  • Qualified for Oceanian semi-finals New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tahiti.

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Qualifications finals

Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🆚Ukraine 🇺🇦 (to be played in June because of the war)
Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🆚  winner of Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🆚Ukraine
Sweden 🇸🇪 🆚 Poland 🇵🇱
Portugal 🇵🇹 🆚 North Macedonia 🇲🇰

How many teams are in the World Cup?

The 2022 men’s World Cup in Qatar will feature 32 teams before the field expands to 48 teams for the 2026 World Cup. The FIFA men’s World Cup has featured 32 teams for the last six editions since France 1998.

Joining host nation Qatar at the tournament will be 31 other countries that will earn a ticket to the big dance through regional qualifying matches. It has been predetermined how many nations will qualify from each region:

  • Africa (CAF): 5
  • Asia (AFC): 4 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)
  • Europe (UEFA): 13
  • North/Central America & Caribbean (CONCACAF): 3 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)
  • Oceania (OFC): 1 playoff qualifier
  • South America (CONMEBOL): 4 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)

Qatar

Qualified: Hosts
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: Debutant

Germany

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 19
Best finish: Four-time champions

Denmark

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: Five
Best finish: Quarterfinalists, 1998

Brazil

Qualified: Top-four finish
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 21
Best finish: Five-time champions

France

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best finish: Two-time champions

Belgium

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 13
Best finish: Third-place, 2018

Croatia

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: Five
Best finish: Finalist, 2018

Spain

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best finish: Champions, 2010

Serbia

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 12
Best finish: Fourth-place

England

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best finish: Champions, 1966

Switzerland

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 11
Best finish: Quarterfinals

Netherlands

Qualified: Group winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 10
Best finish: Three-time finalists

Argentina

Qualified: Top-four finish
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 17
Best finish: Two-time champions

Iran

Qualified: Top-two finisher, Group A
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: Five
Best finish: Group stage

South Korea

Qualified: Top-two finisher, Group A
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: 10
Best finish: Fourth place, 2002

Japan

Qualified: Top-two finisher, Group B
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: Six
Best finish: Round of 16

Saudi Arabia

Qualified: Top-two finisher, Group B
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: Five
Best finish: Round of 16, 1994

Ecuador

Qualified: Top-four finish
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: Three
Best finish: Round of 16, 2006

Uruguay

Qualified: Top-four finish
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 13
Best finish: Two-time champions

Canada

Qualified: Top-fhree finish
Confederation: CONCACAF
Previous World Cups: One
Best finish: Group stage

 

UEFA World Cup qualifying playoffs schedule/draw results

Semifinals

Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🆚Ukraine 🇺🇦
Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🆚 Austria 🇦🇹
Russia 🇷🇺 🆚 Poland 🇵🇱 (walkover to Poland)
Sweden 🇸🇪 🆚 Czech Republic 🇨🇿
Italy 🇮🇹 🆚 North Macedonia 🇲🇰
Portugal 🇵🇹 🆚 Turkey 🇹🇷

Finals – will host

Wales/Austria vs Scotland/Ukraine
Russia/Poland vs Sweden/Czech Republic
Portugal/Turkey vs Italy/North Macedonia

The playoff semifinals will be held March 24-25, 2022, and the finals will be held March 28-29.

Teams that have qualified for FIFA World Cup 2022

  • Qatar
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Brazil
  • France
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • Spain
  • Serbia
  • England
  • Switzerland
  • Argentina
  • Netherlands

2022 World Cup play-off draw

The European FIFA World Cup play-off draw will be held in Zurich on Friday 26 November 2021.

Teams through to the play-offs

Pot 1
Portugal
Scotland
Italy
Russia
Sweden
Wales

Pot 2
Turkey
Poland
North Macedonia
Ukraine
Austria (via UEFA Nations League)
Czech Republic (via UEFA Nations League)

When do the play-offs take place?

Play-off semi-finals: Thursday 24 March 2022
Play-off finals: Tuesday 29 March 2022
UEFA will confirm the kick-off times after the draw.

European Qualifiers for 2022 World Cup Schedule  for the 2021/22 group stage.

Check out European Qualifiers for 2022 World Cup Schedule, latest news and Groups at FootballBetExpert. The European Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup commence on 1 September.

All Matches kick off at 20:45 CET unless otherwise stated. All times CET.

MATCHDAY 4

Wednesday 1 September

Group A: Luxembourg 🆚 Azerbaijan ➡ 2-1, Portugal 🆚 Republic of Ireland ➡ 2-1
Group D: Kazakhstan 2-2 Ukraine, France 🆚 Bosnia and Herzegovina ➡ 1-1
Group F: Denmark 🆚Scotland ➡ 2-0, Faroe Islands 🆚 Israel ➡ 0-4, Moldova 🆚 Austria ➡ 0-2
Group G: Latvia 🆚 Gibraltar ➡ 3-1, Norway 🆚 Holland➡ 1-1 , Turkey 🆚Montenegro ➡ 2-2
Group H: Malta 🆚 Cyprus ➡ 3-0, Russia 🆚 Croatia ➡ 0-0, Slovenia 🆚 Slovakia ➡ 1-1

Thursday 2 September

Group B: Georgia 🆚 Kosovo (18:00) ➡ 0-1, Sweden🆚 Spain ➡ 2-1
Group C: Italy 🆚 Bulgaria ➡ 1-1, Lithuania 🆚 Northern Ireland ➡ 1-4
Group E: Czech Republic 🆚 Belarus ➡ 1-0, Estonia 🆚 Belgium ➡ 2-5
Group I: Andorra 🆚 San Marino ➡ 2-0, Hungary 🆚 England ➡ 0-4, Poland 🆚 Albania ➡ 4-1
Group J: Iceland 🆚 Romania ➡ 0-2, Liechtenstein 🆚 Germany ➡ 0-2, North Macedonia 🆚 Armenia ➡ 0-0

MATCHDAY 5

Saturday 4 September

Group A: Republic of Ireland 🆚Azerbaijan (18:00) ➡ 1-1, Serbia 🆚 Luxembourg (18:00) ➡ 4-1
Group D: Finland 🆚 Kazakhstan (18:00) ➡ 1-0, Ukraine 🆚 France ➡ 1-1
Group F: Faroe Islands 🆚 Denmark ➡ 0-1, Israel 🆚 Austria ➡ 5-2, Scotland 🆚 Moldova ➡ 1-0
Group G: Latvia 🆚 Norway (18:00) ➡ 0-2, Gibraltar 🆚 Turkey ➡ 0-3, Netherlands 🆚 Montenegro ➡ 4-0
Group H: Cyprus 🆚 Russia (15:00) ➡ 0-2, Slovenia 🆚 Malta (18:00) ➡ 1-0, Slovakia 🆚 Croatia ➡ 0-1

Sunday 5 September

Group B: Kosovo 🆚 Greece ➡ 1-1, Spain 🆚 Georgia ➡ 4-0
Group C: Bulgaria 🆚 Lithuania (18:00) ➡ 1-0, Switzerland 🆚 Italy ➡ 0-0
Group E: Belarus 🆚 Wales (15:00) ➡ 2-3, Belgium 🆚Czech Republic ➡ 3-0
Group I: Albania 🆚 Hungary (18:00) ➡ 1-0, England 🆚Andorra (18:00)➡ 4-0, San Marino 🆚 Poland ➡ 1-7
Group J: Iceland 🆚 North Macedonia (18:00) ➡ 2-2, Germany 🆚 Armenia ➡ 6-0, Romania 🆚 Liechtenstein ➡ 2-0

MATCHDAY 6

Tuesday 7 September

Group A: Azerbaijan 🆚 Portugal (18:00) ➡ 0-3, Republic of Ireland 🆚 Serbia ➡ 1-1
Group D: Bosnia-Herzegovina 🆚 Kazakhstan ➡ 2-2, France 🆚 Finland ➡ 2-0
Group F: Austria 🆚 Scotland ➡ 0-1, Denmark 🆚 Israel ➡ 5-0, Faroe Islands 🆚 Moldova ➡ 2-1
Group G: Montenegro 🆚 Latvia ➡ 0-0, Netherlands 🆚 Turkey ➡ 6-1, Norway 🆚 Gibraltar ➡ 5-1
Group H: Croatia 🆚 Slovenia ➡ 3-0, Russia 🆚 Malta ➡ 2-0, Slovakia 🆚 Cyprus ➡ 2-0

Wednesday 8 September

Group B: Greece 🆚 Sweden ➡ 2-1, Kosovo 🆚 Spain ➡ 0-2
Group C: Italy 🆚 Lithuania ➡ 5-0, Northern Ireland 🆚 Switzerland 0-0
Group E: Belarus 🆚 Belgium ➡ 0-1, Wales 🆚 Estonia 0-0
Group I: Albania 🆚 San Marino ➡ 5-0, Hungary 🆚 Andorra ➡ 2-1, Poland 🆚England ➡ 1-1
Group J: Armenia 🆚 Liechtenstein (18:00) ➡ 1-1, Iceland 🆚 Germany ➡ 0-4, North Macedonia 🆚 Romania ➡ 0-0

MATCHDAY 7

Friday 8 October

Group E: Czech Republic🆚 Wales ➡ 2-2, Estonia 🆚 Belarus ➡ 2-0
Group G: Gibraltar 🆚 Montenegro ➡ 0-3, Latvia 🆚Holland ➡ 0-1, Turkey 🆚 Norway ➡ 1-1
Group H: Cyprus 🆚 Croatia ➡ 0-3, Malta 🆚 Slovenia ➡ 0-4, Russia 🆚 Slovakia ➡ 1-0
Group J: Germany 🆚 Romania ➡ 2-1, Iceland 🆚 Armenia ➡ 1-1, Liechtenstein 🆚 North Macedonia ➡ 0-4

Saturday 9 October

Group A: Azerbaijan 🆚 Republic of Ireland (18:00) ➡ 0-3, Luxembourg 🆚Serbia ➡ 0-1
Group B: Georgia 🆚 Greece (18:00) ➡ 0-2, Sweden 🆚 Kosovo (18:00) ➡ 3-0
Group C: Lithuania 🆚 Bulgaria (15:00) ➡ 3-1, Switzerland 🆚 Northern Ireland ➡ 2-0
Group D: Kazakhstan 🆚 Bosnia and Herzegovina (15:00) ➡ 0-2, Finland 🆚 Ukraine (18:00) ➡ 1-2
Group F: Scotland 🆚 Israel (18:00) ➡ 3-2, Faroe Islands 🆚 Austria ➡ 0-2, Moldova 🆚 Denmark ➡ 0-4
Group I: Andorra🆚 England ➡ 0-5, Hungary 🆚 Albania ➡ 0-1, Poland 🆚 San Marino ➡ 5-0

MATCHDAY 8

Monday 11 October

Group E: Belarus 🆚 Czech Republic ➡ 0-2, Estonia 🆚 Wales ➡ 0-1
Group G: Latvia 🆚 Turkey ➡ 1-2, Netherlands 🆚 Gibraltar ➡ 0-1, Norway 🆚 Montenegro ➡ 2-0
Group H: Croatia 🆚 Slovakia ➡ 2-2, Cyprus 🆚 Malta ➡ 2-2, Slovenia 🆚 Russia ➡ 1-2
Group J: Iceland 🆚 Liechtenstein ➡ 4-0, North Macedonia 🆚 Germany ➡ 0-4, Romania 🆚 Armenia ➡ 1-0

Tuesday 12 October

Group A: Portugal 🆚 Luxembourg ➡ 5-0, Serbia 🆚 Azerbaijan ➡ 3-1
Group B: Kosovo 🆚 Georgia ➡ 1-2, Sweden 🆚 Greece ➡ 2-0
Group C: Bulgaria 🆚 Northern Ireland ➡ 2-1, Lithuania 🆚 Switzerland ➡ 0-4
Group D: Kazakhstan 🆚 Finland (16:00) ➡ 0-2, Ukraine🆚 Bosnia and Herzegovina ➡ 1-1
Group F: Denmark 🆚 Austria ➡ 1-0, Faroe Islands 🆚Scotland ➡ 0-1, Israel 🆚 Moldova ➡ 2-1
Group I: Albania 🆚 Poland ➡ 0-1, England 🆚 Hungary ➡ 1-1, San Marino 🆚Andorra ➡ 0-3

MATCHDAY 9

Thursday 11 November

Group A: Azerbaijan 🆚Luxembourg (18:00) ➡ 1-3, Republic of Ireland 🆚 Portugal ➡ 0-0
Group B: Georgia 🆚 Sweden (18:00) ➡ 2-0, Greece 🆚Spain ➡ 0-1
Group H: Russia 🆚 Cyprus (18:00) ➡ 6-0, Malta 🆚 Croatia ➡ 1-7, Slovakia 🆚 Slovenia ➡ 2-2
Group J: Armenia 🆚North Macedonia (18:00) ➡ 0-5, Germany 🆚 Liechtenstein ➡ 9-0, Romania 🆚 Iceland ➡ 0-0

Friday 12 November

Group C: Italy 🆚Switzerland ➡ 1-1, Northern Ireland 🆚 Lithuania ➡ 1-0
Group F: Austria 🆚 Israel ➡ 4-2, Denmark 🆚 Faroe Islands ➡ 3-1, Moldova 🆚 Scotland ➡ 0-2
Group I: Andorra 🆚 Poland ➡ 1-4, England 🆚 Albania ➡ 5-0, Hungary 🆚 San Marino ➡ 5-0

Saturday 13 November

Group D: Bosnia and Herzegovina 🆚 Finland (15:00) ➡ 1-3, France 🆚 Kazakhstan ➡ 8-0
Group G: Norway 🆚 Latvia (18:00) ➡ 0-0, Turkey 🆚 Gibraltar (18:00) ➡ 6-0, Montenegro 🆚 Netherlands ➡ 2-2
Group E: Belgium 🆚 Estonia ➡ 3-1 , Wales 🆚 Belarus ➡ 5-1

Sunday 14 November

Group A: Luxembourg🆚 R. Ireland ➡ 0-3, Portugal 🆚Serbia ➡ 1-2
Group B: Greece 🆚 Kosovo ➡ 1-1, Spain 🆚Sweden ➡ 1-0
Group H: Croatia 🆚 Russia (14:00) ➡ 1-0, Malta 🆚 Slovakia (15:00) ➡ 0-6, Slovenia 🆚 Cyprus (14:00) ➡ 2-1
Group J: Armenia 🆚 Germany (18:00) ➡ 1-4, Liechtenstein 🆚Romania ➡ 0-2 (18:00), North Macedonia 🆚 Iceland (18:00) ➡ 3-1

Monday 15 November

Group C: Northern Ireland 🆚 Italy ➡ 0-0, Switzerland 🆚 Bulgaria ➡ 4-0
Group F: Austria 🆚 Moldova ➡ 4-1, Israel 🆚 Faroe Islands ➡ 3-2, Scotland 🆚 Denmark ➡ 2-0
Group I: Albania 🆚 Andorra ➡ 1-0, Poland 🆚 Hungary ➡ 1-2, San Marino 🆚 England ➡ 0-10

Tuesday 16 November

Group D: Bosnia and Herzegovina 🆚 Ukraine ➡ 0-2, Finland 🆚France ➡ 0-2
Group E: Czech Republic🆚 Estonia ➡ 2-0, Wales 🆚 Belgium ➡ 1-1
Group G: Gibraltar 🆚 Latvia ➡ 1-3, Montenegro 🆚 Turkey ➡ 1-2, Netherlands 🆚 Norway ➡ 2-0

 

Completed matchdays results

MATCHDAY 3

Wednesday 31 March

Group B: Greece 1-1 Georgia, Spain 3-1 Kosovo
Group C: Lithuania 0-2 Italy, Northern Ireland 0-0 Bulgaria
Group D: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-1 France, Ukraine 1-1 Kazakhstan
Group F: Austria 0-4 Denmark, Moldova 1-4 Israel, Scotland 4-0 Faroe Islands
Group I: Andorra 1-4 Hungary, England 2-1 Poland, San Marino 0-2 Albania
Group J: Armenia 3-2 Romania, Germany 1-2 North Macedonia, Liechtenstein 1-4 Iceland

Tuesday 30 March

Group A: Azerbaijan 1-2 Serbia, Luxembourg 1-3 Portugal
Group E: Belgium 8-0 Belarus, Wales 1-0 Czech Republic
Group G: Gibraltar 0-7 Netherlands, Montenegro 0-1 Norway, Turkey 3-3 Latvia
Group H: Croatia 3-0 Malta, Cyprus 1-0 Slovenia, Slovakia 2-1 Russia

MATCHDAY 2

Sunday 28 March

Group B: Georgia 1-2 Spain, Kosovo 0-3 Sweden
Group C: Bulgaria 0-2 Italy, Switzerland 1-0 Lithuania
Group D: Kazakhstan 0-2 France, Ukraine 1-1 Finland
Group F: Denmark 8-0 Moldova, Austria 3-1 Faroe Islands, Israel 1-1 Scotland
Group I: Albania 0-2 England, Poland 3-0 Andorra, San Marino 0-3 Hungary
Group J: Armenia 2-0 Iceland, North Macedonia 5-0 Liechtenstein, Romania 0-1 Germany

Saturday 27 March

Group A: Republic of Ireland 0-1 Luxembourg, Serbia 2-2 Portugal
Group E: Belarus 4-2 Estonia, Czech Republic 1-1 Belgium
Group G: Montenegro 4-1 Gibraltar, Norway 0-3 Turkey, Netherlands 2-0 Latvia
Group H: Russia 2-1 Slovenia, Croatia 1-0 Cyprus, Slovakia 2-2 Malta

Thursday 25 March

Group B: Spain 1-1 Greece, Sweden 1-0 Georgia
Group C: Bulgaria 1-3 Switzerland, Italy 2-0 Northern Ireland
Group F: Israel 0-2 Denmark, Moldova 1-1 Faroe Islands, Scotland 2-2 Austria
Group I: Andorra 0-1 Albania, England 5-0 San Marino, Hungary 3-3 Poland
Group J: Germany 3-0 Iceland, Liechtenstein 0-1 Armenia, Romania 3-2 North Macedonia

Wednesday 24 March

Group A: Portugal 1-0 Azerbaijan, Serbia 3-2 Republic of Ireland
Group D: Finland 2-2 Bosnia and Herzegovina, France 1-1 Ukraine
Group E: Belgium 3-1 Wales, Estonia 2-6 Czech Republic
Group G: Gibraltar 0-3 Norway, Latvia 1-2 Montenegro, Turkey 4-2 Netherlands
Group H: Cyprus 0-0 Slovakia, Malta 1-3 Russia, Slovenia 1-0 Croatia

How qualifying works for 2022 World Cup ?

The ten group winners qualify for the 2022 World Cup which runs from 21 November to 18 December in Qatar.

For the play-offs from 24 to 29 March 2022, the ten group runners-up will be joined by the two best group winners from the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League overall ranking that have neither qualified directly for the final tournament as European Qualifiers group winners, nor entered the play-offs already as European Qualifiers group runners-up. The 12 teams will be drawn into three play-off paths for one-off semi-finals and a final. The three path winners qualify for the World Cup.

What are the groups for Qatar World Cup Qualification?

GROUP A

Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Serbia, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan

GROUP B

Spain, Sweden, Greece, Georgia, Kosovo

GROUP C

Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Northern Ireland.

GROUP D

France, Ukraine, Finland, Boznia Herzegovina, Kazkhastan

GROUP E

Belgium, Wales, Czech Republic, Belarus, Estonia

GROUP F

Scotland, Denmark, Austria, Israel, Faroe Islands, Moldova

GROUP G

Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, Montenegro, Latvia, Gibraltar

GROUP H

Croatia, Slovakia, Russia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta

GROUP I

England, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Andorra, San Marino

GROUP J

Germany, Romania, Iceland, Northern Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein

Who is the host country for World Cup 2022?

Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

When will be held World Cup 2022?

World Cup will begin on Monday,  November 21 and ends on Sunday,  December 18.

 

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