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World Cup in Qatar: Australia takes penultimate World Cup ticket | World Cup 2022

The 22nd FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar at the end of this year, from November 21 to December 18. 32 countries are participating, they are gradually becoming known. Find out who’s got their hands on a coveted gem alongside of course host country Qatar.

Tables of seeded World Cup countries:

UEFA (Europe), 13 tickets (10 direct + 3 jump-offs)
Belgium
Germany
Denmark
England
France
Croatia
The Netherlands
Serbia
Spain
Switzerland
Portugal
Poland
Wales
CONMEBOL (South America), 4 tickets
Brazil
Argentina
Ecuador
Uruguay

The top 4 of the qualifying series with 10 countries will advance. The 5th, Peru, will compete in the “inter-confederation playoffs” along with a country from CONCACAF, AFC and OFC.

CONCACAF (North and Central America and Caribbean), 3 or 4 tickets
Canada
Mexico
United States

The top 3 of the last qualifying series qualify, Costa Rica participates as number 4 in the “inter-confederation play-offs”, along with a country from CONMEBOL, AFC and OFC.

CAF (Africa), 5 tickets
Ghana
Senegal
Morocco
Tunisia
Cameroon
AFC (Asia), host country + 4 tickets
Qatar
Iran
South Korea
Japan
Saudi Arabia

A match between the UAE and Australia designates a barragist for the “inter-confederation play-offs”, along with a country from CONMEBOL, CONCACAF and OFC.

OFC (Oceania), 1 or 2 tickets
Australia

The winner of the Oceanian Qualifier will compete in the “Inter-Confederation Playoffs” along with a CONMEBOL, CONCACAF and AFC nation. Those “inter-confederation play-offs” of 4 countries will yield 2 tickets.

Australia took the first ticket by beating Peru on penalties. Costa Rica and New Zealand are still deciding in a duel about the last ticket for the World Cup in Qatar.

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