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2022 World Cup: Who Will Be in Qatar and Who Did Not Make It

Updated: Nov 19, 2021

With a year to go before Qatar's 2022 World Cup kicks off, some nations have booked their place while others have yet to wait.


2022 World Cup: Who Will Be in Qatar and Who Did Not Make It

A dramatic final day of European qualifying came to an end on Tuesday. Reigning world champions France and Gareth Southgate's England are among those who have secured their place.


The playoffs in March, however, will feature some big names. There's plenty still yet to be decided around the rest of the world, with 13 of the 32 spots now taken.


Who Has Secured Their Place at the 2022 World Cup?

Belgium

Croatia

Denmark

England

France

Germany

Netherlands

Serbia

Spain

Switzerland

Brazil

Argentina

Qatar (hosts)

Who Has Qualified From Europe?

European runners-up England have qualified for the 2022 World Cup as one of 10 group winners. On Friday, England secured first place with a 10-0 win over San Marino in their final Group I match.


Also on their way to the World Cup are France, the 2018 winners, and Belgium, Denmark and Germany, who also safely got through their groups.