The stage will be set on Friday 1 April at Doha Exhibition and Convention Center
Over 200 countries have been competing in the FIFA World Cup 2022™ qualifiers – with 14 teams having qualified so far. Congratulations and welcome all!
|Country||Order of Qualifying||Date of Qualifying|
|Germany||1st nation to qualify||11 October 2021|
|Denmark||2nd nation to qualify||12 October 2021|
|Brazil||3rd nation to qualify||11 November 2021|
|France||4th nation to qualify||13 November 2021|
|Belgium||5th nation to qualify||13 November 2021|
|Croatia||6th nation to qualify||14 November 2021|
|Spain||7th nation to qualify||14 November 2021|
|Serbia||8th nation to qualify||14 November 2021|
|England||9th nation to qualify||15 November 2021|
|Switzerland||10th nation to qualify||15 November 2021|
|Netherlands||11th nation to qualify||16 November 2021|
|Argentina||12th nation to qualify||16 November 2021|
|Iran||13th nation to qualify||27 January 2022|
|South Korea||14th nation to qualify||1 February 2022|
Most of the remaining qualifiers take place in March. In all, 31 places, along with tournament hosts Qatar, are available in the Final Draw – and at the FIFA World Cup 2022™.
The Final Draw will determine which teams will play one another in the group stages of the tournament, which takes place from 21 November-18 December 2022.
Qatar celebrates each qualified team’s achievement by raising their flags next to the Official Countdown Clock on Doha’s Corniche (location map). Another opportunity for fans to capture a fantastic FIFA World Cup 2022™ photo!