Rules For Qualification in 2022 FIFA
The qualification rules for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar are a bit different from previous tournaments. For starters, the number of teams that will qualify is now increased from 32 to 48. This means that more than half of the teams will earn their spots through regional qualifiers, rather than direct elimination from tournaments. The remaining spots will be filled by teams that play in the newly created “intercontinental playoffs.” Another change is the introduction of a “league of nations” format.
Countries will now be divided into five different leagues, based on their world ranking. The top league will have six teams, while the bottom league will have just one. Teams will then compete against other teams in their league in a home-and-away format. The winner of each league will automatically qualify for the World Cup, while the runners-up will enter the playoffs.
The Number Of teams Qualified for the 2022 FIFA?
As of October 10, 2019, the following 32 teams have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, China PR, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, England, and France. FYR Macedonia*, Germany. Honduras*, Iceland. Japan*, Kosovo. Lebanon*, Mali. Mexico. Morocco. Namibia*. Nigeria. Panama*. Peru. Poland. Portugal. Republic of Ireland*, Russia. Scotland*. Senegal*. Serbia*. Spain. Sweden*. Thailand*. Tunisia* Uruguay* USA
2022 FIFA World Cup CAF Table
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is just around the corner, and Africa is gearing up for a chance to take the title. The CAF (Confederation of African Football) has just released the qualifiers table, and it’s looking pretty tight. The first leg of qualifiers will begin in June of this year, with the final matches being played in November. Twenty teams will compete for just five spots in the finals, so it’s sure to be an exciting race. Who do you think will come out on top?
Group A World Cup 2022 Qualifying
|1||Serbia||8||6||2||0||18||9||9||20||Won against Luxembourg Drew with Rep of Ireland Won against Luxembourg Won against Azerbaijan Won against Portugal|
|2||Portugal||8||5||2||1||17||6||11||17||Won against Luxembourg Drew with Rep of Ireland Lost to Serbia Won against Turkey Won against North Macedonia|
|3||Rep of Ireland||8||2||3||3||11||8||3||9||Drew with Azerbaijan Drew with Serbia Won against Azerbaijan Drew with Portugal Won against Luxembourg|
|4||Luxembourg||8||3||0||5||8||18||-10||9||Lost to Serbia Lost to Serbia Lost to Portugal Won against Azerbaijan Lost to Rep of Ireland|
|5||Azerbaijan||8||0||1||7||5||18||-13||1||Drew with Rep of Ireland Lost to Portugal Lost to Rep of Ireland Lost to Serbia|
Group B FIFA World Cup 2022
|1||Spain||8||6||1||1||15||5||10||19||Lost to Sweden Won against Georgia Won against Kosovo Won against Greece Won against Sweden|
|2||Sweden||8||5||0||3||12||6||6||15||Won against Greece Lost to Georgia Lost to Spain Won against the Czech Republic Lost to Poland|
|3||Greece||8||2||4||2||8||8||0||10||Won against Sweden Won against Georgia Lost to Sweden Lost to Spain Drew with Kosovo|
|4||Georgia||8||2||1||5||6||12||-6||7||Lost to Kosovo Lost to Spain Lost to Greece Won against Kosovo Won against Sweden|
|5||Kosovo||8||1||2||5||5||15||-10||5||Drew with Greece Lost to Spain Lost to Sweden Lost to Georgia|
2022 FIFA World Cup Groups
The qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar are now in full swing, and Africa is well represented. Here’s a look at the current standings and how the teams are faring. In Group A, Tunisia currently leads the pack with 5 points, followed by Senegal with 4 points. Meanwhile, in Group B, Morocco is currently in first place with 6 points, while Nigeria is in second with 5 points. Group C is still wide open, with Ghana, Egypt, and Congo all tied at the top with 2 points each. In Group D, defending champions Cameroon are currently in first place with 4 points, followed by Libya with 3 points. Finally, in Group E, Burkina Faso is dominating the competition with 7 points, while Cape Verde and Sao Tome & Principe are tied for second place with 2 points each.
2022 FIFA World Cup Standings
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is just around the corner, and qualifying is well underway! Above, is a table of the latest standings for African teams. It’s still anyone’s game, so make sure to follow your favorite team as they compete for a spot in the World Cup!
In this blog post, we took a look at the Africa FIFA World Cup qualifiers table and how each team is faring in its bid to make it to Qatar.