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World Cup 2018: Which teams have qualified for the finals in Russia?

Tarih: 16-11-2017 05:48:13 + -


The field of teams that will travel to Russia for next summer's World Cup is complete. African qualifying, the European play-offs and two inter-continental play-offs have all been played to complete the cycle before the draw for the finals is made at the beginning of December.


World Cup 2018: Which teams have qualified for the finals in Russia?

The field of teams that will travel to Russia for next summer's World Cup is complete. African qualifying, the European play-offs and two inter-continental play-offs have all been played to complete the cycle before the draw for the finals is made at the beginning of December. Germany 5/1 favourite for the World Cup With qualification now complete, Goal has all the information you need to know about which nations have confirmed their places at the tournament. This is our complete guide to the qualification spots and the teams that have sealed their spot in Russia and to those that came up short in their quest to make the World Cup.  1. World Cup lineup in full 2. AFC (Asia) qualification 2a. Qualified 2b. Eliminated 3. CAF (Africa) qualification 3a. Qualified 3b. Eliminated 4. CONCACAF (North America) qualification 4a. Qualified 4b. Eliminated 5. CONMEBOL (South America) qualification 5a. Qualified 5b. In contention 5b. Eliminated 6. OFC (Oceania) qualification 6a. Qualified 6b. In contention 6c. Eliminated 7. UEFA (Europe) qualification 7a. Qualified 7b. Eliminated THE WORLD CUP 2018 LINEUP IN FULL Below is a list of the teams that have qualified for the World Cup in 2018. Country Qualification place Russia Hosts Iran AFC Third Round Group A winners South Korea AFC Third Round Group A runners up Japan AFC Third Round Group B winners Saudi Arabia AFC Third Round Group B runners up Australia AFC fifth place vs CONCACAF fourth place play-off winners Tunisia CAF Group A winners Nigeria CAF Group B winners Morocco CAF Group C winners Senegal CAF Group D winners Egypt CAF Group E winners Mexico CONCACAF Fifth Round first place Costa Rica CONCACAF Fifth Round second place Panama CONCACAF Fifth Round third place Brazil CONMEBOL first place Uruguay CONMEBOL second place Argentina CONMEBOL third place Colombia CONMEBOL fourth place Peru CONMEBOL fifth place vs OFC first place play-off France UEFA Group A winners Portugal UEFA Group B winners Germany UEFA Group C winners Serbia UEFA Group D winners Poland UEFA Group E winners England UEFA Group F winners Spain UEFA Group G winners Belgium UEFA Group H winners Iceland UEFA Group I winners Switzerland UEFA second-place play-off winners Croatia UEFA second-place play-off winners Sweden UEFA second-place play-off winners Denmark UEFA second-place play-off winners AFC (ASIA) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in Asia is split into three rounds plus play-offs. In the first round, the 12 teams ranked 35th-46th within the continent play in a two-legged knockout round, with the six winners advancing. In the second round, those six teams join the teams ranked 1st-34th in eight groups of five teams that play each other home and away. The eight group winners and four best runners up advance to the third round and also qualify for the 2019 Asian Cup. In the third round, the 12 remaining teams are drawn into two groups of six. Again, they play each other home and away and the top two in each group qualify for the World Cup finals. The third-placed teams in each group then play each other in a two-legged play-off, with the winner qualifying for another two-legged play-off against the fourth-placed team from North and Central America (CONCACAF). The winner of that tie qualifies for the World Cup finals. Qualified: Country AFC qualification place Iran Third Round Group A winners South Korea Third Round Group A runners up Japan Third Round Group B winners Saudi Arabia Third Round Group B runners up Australia Inter-confederation play-off winners Eliminated: Country AFC stage reached Syria Fourth Round Uzbekistan Third Round China Third Round United Arab Emirates Third Round Iraq Third Round Thailand Third Round Qatar Third Round Palestine Second Round Malaysia Second Round Timor-Leste Second Round Jordan Second Round Kyrgyzstan Second Round Tajikistan Second Round Bangladesh Second Round Hong Kong Second Round Maldives Second Round Bhutan Second Round Oman Second Round Turkmenistan Second Round Guam Second Round India Second Round Singapore Second Round Afghanistan Second Round Cambodia Second Round Vietnam Second Round Chinese Taipei Second Round Indonesia Second Round Lebanon Second Round Kuwait Second Round Myanmar Second Round Laos Second Round North Korea Second Round Philippines Second Round Bahrain Second Round Yemen Second Round Nepal First Round Pakistan First Round Mongolia First Round Macau First Round Brunei First Round Sri Lanka First Round CAF (AFRICA) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in Africa is split into three rounds. The first round sees the 26 teams ranked 28th-53rd within the continent play in a two-legged knockout round, with the 13 winners advancing. The second round follows the same format, with the 13 first-round winners joined by the teams ranked 1st-27th for a total of 40 teams. The 20 winners advance. The third round sees those 20 teams divided into five groups of four, with each group winner qualifying for the World Cup finals. Qualified: Country CAF qualification place Nigeria Third Round Group B winners Egypt Third Round Group E winners Senegal Third Round Group D winners Tunisia Third Round Group A winners Morocco Third Round Group C winners Eliminated: Country CAF stage reached DR Congo Third Round Ivory Coast Third Round Cape Verde Third Round Burkina Faso Third Round South Africa Third Round Uganda Third Round Ghana Third Round Gabon Third Round Zambia Third Round Mali Third Round Cameroon Third Round Algeria Third Round Guinea Third Round Libya Third Round Congo Third Round Niger Second Round Mauritania Second Round Namibia Second Round Ethiopia Second Round Chad Second Round Comoros Second Round Swaziland Second Round Botswana Second Round Burundi Second Round Liberia Second Round Madagascar Second Round Kenya Second Round Tanzania Second Round Sudan Second Round Rwanda Second Round Equatorial Guinea Second Round Mozambique Second Round Benin Second Round Togo Second Round Angola Second Round Somalia First Round South Sudan First Round Gambia First Round Sao Tome & Principe First Round Sierra Leone First Round Lesotho First Round Djibouti First Round Eritrea First Round Seychelles First Round Guinea-Bissau First Round Central African Republic First Round Mauritius First Round Malawi First Round CONCACAF (NORTH AMERICA) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in North and Central America is split into five rounds plus play-offs. The first round sees the 14 teams ranked 22nd-35th within the continent play in a two-legged knockout round, with the seven winners advancing. In the second round, those seven teams are joined by the 13 teams ranked ninth-20th for a total of 20 teams. They play in another two-legged knockout round, with the 10 winners advancing. In the third round, those 10 teams are joined by the teams ranked seventh and eighth for a total of 12 teams. Again, they play in two-legged knockout ties, with the six winners going through. The fourth round sees those six teams plus the six top-ranked teams on the continent divided into three groups of four. The teams in each group meet home and away and the top two teams in each group advance to the fifth round. In the fifth round, the six remaining teams play home and away in one group. The top three countries qualify for the World Cup, and the fourth-place team goes into a play-off against the fifth-place team from Asia. Qualified: Country CONCACAF qualification place Mexico Fifth Round first place Costa Rica Fifth Round second place Panama Fifth Round third place Eliminated: Country CONCACAF stage reached Honduras Inter-confederational play-off United States Fifth Round Trinidad & Tobago Fifth Round Canada Fourth Round El Salvador Fourth Round Haiti Fourth Round Jamaica Fourth Round Guatemala Fourth Round Saint Vincent & the Grenadines Fourth Round Curacao Third Round Belize Third Round Grenada Third Round Nicaragua Third Round Aruba Third Round Antigua & Barbuda Third Round Guyana Second Round Saint Lucia Second Round Puerto Rico Second Round Dominica Second Round Domincan Republic Second Round Bermuda Second Round Barbados Second Round Saint Kitts & Nevis Second Round Cuba Second Round Suriname Second Round Bahamas First Round British Virgin Islands First Round U.S. Virgin Islands First Round Turks & Caicos Islands First Round Anguilla First Round Cayman Islands First Round Montserrat First Round CONMEBOL (SOUTH AMERICA) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in South America consists of only one round. All of the continent's 10 teams play home and away in one group phase. The top four teams qualify for the World Cup finals, while the fifth team goes into a play-off against the best team from Oceania. Qualified: Country CONMEBOL qualification place Brazil First place Uruguay Second place Argentina Third place Colombia Fourth place Peru Inter-confederation play-off winners Eliminated: Country CONMEBOL stage reached Chile First Round Paraguay First Round Ecuador First Round Bolivia First Round Venezuela First Round OFC (OCEANIA) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in Oceania is split into three rounds plus a play-off. It is the only continent not guaranteed to have a team at the finals. In the first round, American Samoa, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga all face each other once in a group, with the group winner advancing to the second round. The second round sees eight teams - seven new sides plus the first-round winner - split into two groups of four. The top three teams in each group reach the third round, and the top two in each group advance to the knockout stage of the OFC Nations Cup. In the third round, the six remaining teams are divided into two groups of three. The teams in each group face each other home and away and the winners of each group advance to a final play-off tie. The winners of the two-legged play-off tie face the fifth place team from South America over two legs for a place at the finals. Qualified: None. Eliminated: Country OFC stage reached New Zealand Inter-confederation play-off winners Solomon Islands Fourth Round New Caledonia Third Round Fiji Third Round Tahiti Third Round Papua New Guinea Third Round Samoa Second Round Vanuatu Second Round American Samoa First Round Cook Islands First Round Tonga First Round UEFA (EUROPE) QUALIFICATION World Cup qualification in Europe consists of one round plus play-offs. Initially, the 52 countries affiliated with UEFA (excluding hosts Russia) were drawn into seven groups of six teams and two groups of five teams. That later became nine groups of six teams when Kosovo and Gibraltar gained FIFA membership. The winners of each group qualify for the World Cup finals. The nine runners up are then ranked by the points they have earned against the teams ranked first to fifth in their group. The top eight teams based on that criteria are drawn into four home-and-away knockout ties, with the winners qualifying for the finals. Qualified: Country UEFA qualification place Russia World Cup hosts France Group A winners Portugal Group B winners Germany Group C winners Serbia Group D winners Poland Group E winners England Group F winners Spain Group G winners Belgium Group H winners Iceland Group I winners Switzerland Play-off winners Croatia Play-off winners Sweden Play-off winners Denmark Play-off winners Eliminated: Read This http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/d9/1/david-villa-mls-nycfc-08202017_1j5pafw7h866h1r3lq2kr5b5x8.jpg?t=482386110&w=178 David Villa never stopped hoping for a Spain recall, even after three years away Sporting News http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/38/b6/nathaniel-chalobah-watford_1216t8mih6mbr1pmnyx11bu6u2.jpg?t=337769190&w=178 Chalobah & Maguire earn first England call-ups Sporting News http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/82/7b/wayne-rooney-england_14hrvfyhacy5c1xp3t4audxrh2.jpg?t=257377574&w=178 England legend Rooney is right to retire - but he should have done so much more Sporting News http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/Goal_India/7c/fe/mauro-icardi-argentina-football-team-in-singapore_z55tl2vl0mk1xcxumwiw7lhs.jpg?t=-1835286084&w=178 'Argentina have the best attack in the world' - Icardi looking forward to working with Messi and Co. 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