The 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers – Africa will be held in Qatar. The African section will be open to all national teams from the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Five teams from CAF will be able to qualify for the final tournament. They will play in Group A, and will compete for a place in the final tournament. The World Cup qualifying – Asia is also a possibility.
Egypt and Tunisia both finished with two wins in their qualifiers. The Egyptians were able to qualify for the finals, thanks to a penalty that came in the 10th minute against Benin. Mali and Uganda were also able to qualify for the playoffs, with the latter beating Rwanda 3-0. While the Africans may be under-represented in the World Cup, the results have been mixed.
The final round of 2022 World Cup qualifiers was completed last week. Ten groups finished play and the top two advanced to the play-off round. Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia comfortably qualified and will join their opponents in the knockout stage. Other groups, such as Group H, will determine the play-offs. Other teams that qualified for the playoffs are Cameroon, Egypt, and DR Congo.
After the final qualifying round, Egypt and Tunisia were the only two teams to reach the knockout stage. Their 2-0 win over Angola was a surprise, but the Indomitable Lions will be hoping to reach the knockout round as well. Ghana qualified on the strength of Uganda, which drew Kenya and beat Rwanda 3-0. Ultimately, Egypt and Tunisia will be competing for the last two spots.
DR Congo, Cameroon, and Morocco all made it to the final stage of African qualifying. The Cameroons and Ivory Coast will play in the play-offs, which will decide who will go to the World Cup. In the final round of European qualification, Algeria, Senegal, and Ghana are the only other teams in the final competition, and they will be competing against England, Spain, and the Netherlands in the third round.
After the first round of the World Cup qualifiers, the top two teams will be decided. The winner of each group will qualify for the World Cup in Qatar. The final playoff will be held in Doha, Qatar, on 18 December. The ties will be played in March 2022, after the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. There are a few key factors to look for in the 2022 African qualification rounds.
In addition to the United States and South Africa, Zambia will also be playing in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. The African team that advances will face the highest-ranked teams in the world. It will then face the top-ranked African nation. If the country reaches this stage, it will play against the United States. The African group will be the final round of the qualifying rounds in the FIFA World Cup. Once this is over, the two African countries will play the finals.