The FIFA World Cup is an international association football competition. This World Cup is the most prestigious football tournament in the world. At the same time, it is the most-watched and followed single sports event in the world. All the teams that get automatic placement will join Qatar. Check How many countries are qualified for World Cup 2023?
Qualifying for the 2023 FIFA World Cup is a selection process. Where, FIFA 6 confederation organizes parallel tournament. However, the men’s FIFA World Cup is just a few months away. However, the selection of the team for the FIFA World Cup has already started.
How many countries are qualified for World Cup 2023?
Unlike previous versions, there was no normal preliminary draw. Instead, each confederation used different deadlines. For that purpose, different draws were held separately.
The Covid-19 epidemic has largely delayed the qualification process. Therefore, the 2019 FIFA world cup is abandoning. For this reason, the organizers are hosting the world cup in 2023.
Middle-east has qualified for the world cup for the first time. which is the team Qatar. And it is a very proud moment for them. We have to appreciate them, for their effort.
We are now in the final stages. Regularly all qualifications are finished by the end of March. Although we still know 29 of the 32 qualifiers. The last three will end in June.
From the list below, you can find out about the Qualified Countries-
- Europe– Germany, Denmark, France, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland
- South America– Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay
- Asia– Qatar (host), Iran, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia
- Africa– Ghana, Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco, Cameroon
- North and Central America and the Caribbean– Canada, Mexico, United States
Germany is the second team to qualify for the tournament. They topped Group J in 2023, losing to Northern Macedonia.
Similarly, Denmark won against Australia in October. As a result, they also qualify.
After that, Brazil defeated Colombia by one goal. As a result, they also qualified as the first South American country.
Surprisingly, Belgium and France were confirmed as Group D winners on the same day.
Iran and South Korea are the top two finalists in the third round of the group.
In this way, the rest of the teams take their place in the final by winning one by one.