World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Which teams are qualified and who is in play-offs?


With one year to go until the 2022 World Cup gets under way in Qatar, several nations have now booked their place. While some will be anxious and waiting for a possible last minute switch of allegiances from another participating country.

With the penultimate round of fixtures in European qualifying coming to a conclusion, France was able to retain their world title while Gareth Southgate’s England claimed another spot.

However, there will be some big names in Europe’s play-off deciders in March – also there’s a lot to be seen around the upcoming scenarios, with 13 of the 32 seats are now taken.

Who has qualified from Europe?

The England football team made it back to the World Cup for a second time in four years, where they surely hope to make their country proud. They secured qualification with an impressive 10-0 win over San Marino on Friday night sealing their spot  in the World Cup 2022 qualified teams.

Qualified Teams : FIFA World Cup 2022

13 spots has been sealed out of 32 spots in the main event which is going to held in Qatar. Here are the following qualified teams:

  • Qatar (Host)
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Spain
  • Croatia
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Denmark 
  • Netherlands
  • Brazil
  • England 
  • Serbia 
  • Argentina 

The heat is on. Altogether 19 Spots are left for the teams in play-offs to gain their spots to be featured at the main event at Qatar in 2022.

Martin is a sports enthusiast and loves to write about trending events globally. He has also been selected for one of the FIFA World Cup Volunteering in 2014. Moreover, he loves to watch TV Shows and is a die hard Kobe Bryant Fan!