These Teams Have Qualified For The 2022 FIFA World Cup

2022 FIFA World Cup Draws Announced
2022 FIFA World Cup Draws Announced

Here is the list of teams that have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Which of the 32 teams have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best teams in the world, that is, their current performing stats.

This article will tell you about the teams that have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup which is to be held in Qatar this year.

2022 FIFA World Cup Qualified Teams

  1. Qatar (Host)
  2. German
  3. Denmark
  4. Brazil
  5. Argentina
  6. France
  7. Belgium
  8. Croatia
  9. Spain
  10. Serbia
  11. England
  12. Switzerland
  13. Netherlands
  14. Iran
  15. South Korea
  16. Japan
  17. Saudi
  18. Ecuador
  19. Uruguay
  20. Canada

Qatar will host the World Cup this year and will welcome 31 other teams in November. The qualification race hasn’t been over yet as European giants like Portugal is still a win away from entering the tournament.

Let us tell you that one of the top contenders for the prestigious trophy, Italy, were knocked out by a ‘not much’ strong team North Macedonia. It was an unbelievable night for Roberto Mancini and his team.

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In a recent incident, Cristiano Ronaldo has made a special request of the Portuguese FA: “I would like it if the anthem was sung in the stadium without any music,” he told reporters at a press conference on Tuesday, ahead of the game. “This will show our determination and spirit. If they sing it like they did on Thursday (against Turkey) then I am sure we will win.”

“The team is very confident and we are excited for the final,” Ronaldo added. “This is the game of our lives, just as with North Macedonia.

“The pressure is always there for us and we know it will be very difficult – North Macedonia are in this game because they deserve to be. They are really well organised and we will respect them, but if we play at our level then we can beat any side in the world.”