Who has qualified and who is still contesting?

The World Cup qualifiers have entered their final stages, with 29 of the 32 teams reaching the final round.

But who can take the remaining three places? We take a closer look.

– World Cup final draw: Date, time, format, seed
– World Cup 2022 qualifiers: How it works around the world

Europe

Eligibility (December 13):
Germany
Denmark
Belgium
France
Croatia
Spain
Serbia
England
Switzerland
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal

Still debating

The prominent playoff path was put on hold due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is scheduled to take place in June.

Playoff Path A Semi-Final:
Scotland vs. Ukraine

The winner of the semi-final will have to leave Wales in the final to qualify for the World Cup.

South America

Eligibility (4/4):
Brazil
Argentina
Ecuador
Uruguay

Still debating:
Peru

Peru, the fifth-placed team in the group, will meet the winners of the Asia play-offs, Australia or the United Arab Emirates, in June to secure a spot in the World Cup.

CONCACAF

Eligibility (3/3):
Canada
Mexico
USA

Still debating:
Costa Rica

Canada, Mexico and the United States have won three CONCACAF automatic spots, while fourth-placed Costa Rica will face Oceania winners New Zealand in June in an intercontinental playoff for a spot. attend the World Cup.

Africa

Eligibility (5/5):
Ghana
Senegal
Morocco
Tunisia
Cameroon

Asia

Eligibility (5/5):
Qatar (as host)
IR Iran
south Korea
Saudi Arabia
Japan

Still debating:
Australia
United Arab Emirates

Australia and the United Arab Emirates will meet in a one-match playoff in Qatar on June 7. The winning team then advances to an intercontinental playoff against Peru, which will be played a week later to win a place in the World Cup.

Oceania

Still debating:
New Zealand

New Zealand won the Oceania region, but this only secured a playoff spot with Costa Rica, the fourth-placed team from CONCACAF, to secure a place in the World Cup.

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Luke Plunkett

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