During the World Cup qualifying process, 40 teams will compete in 10-team groups, with the winners of each group advancing to the final stage. These two-legged ties will determine which five teams will qualify for the World Cup in March 2022. The draw will be made on Dec. 18 in order to determine the final matchups. The qualifying competition will begin in January 2019. For more information, visit Fifa’s website.
Africa will send five teams to the 2022 World Cup. The first round has been played, and the second round is scheduled to begin on May 31 and end on Oct. 12. The groups have been drawn, but game dates have not yet been finalized. After the second round, the ten best teams will play in five home-and-away ties. The winners will travel to Qatar to compete in the World Cup.
Next year, the third round of Africa’s World Cup qualifiers will take place. Ten teams will compete in five two-legged ties. The two-legged ties will be played between March 24 and 29. Algeria and Cameroon are among the 10 teams that have advanced to the third round. They will be the only African team to qualify for the tournament. So how many countries will qualify from Africa?
The qualification cycle for the 2022 World Cup is now underway. France, England, Germany, Spain, Tunisia, and Cameroon have all qualified for the tournament. The last three groups will be played in October. The top teams will play each other in a playoff tournament before the tournament on April 1. In the meantime, the final draw will be held in June. And you can keep track of how many teams have qualified.
Currently, Tunisia have the highest number of points and are eight goals ahead of the Ivory Coast. The Indomitable Lions also have a good chance of making the tournament in 2022, but they have to beat Madagascar first. This will be difficult to do, but the team is unbeaten in their previous 12 World Cup qualifiers. A win against the Congo DR will ensure the team a spot in the World Cup.
The continent is comprised of 35 nations. Of these, nine are FIFA-affiliated while the rest are not. In Africa, there are 11 countries. The United States, Canada, and the Dominican Republic will be the only two teams to qualify. But the United States, however, have four teams. The top two teams will go directly to the World Cup. The fourth-place team will then compete in an intercontinental playoff.