Thursday , 21 November 2019

All 32 Qualified Teams Of FIFA World Cup 2018 Football Competition

We have got the best 32 teams for the FIFA World Cup 2018. 31 teams qualified via qualifiers, while Russia qualified as hosts. From all 211 FIFA Football teams, only 32 teams will play the biggest Football competition on the planet to be held in Russia in 2018. Maximum 14 countries from UEFA [Europe] Confederation qualified, more than any other Confederation. No team managed to qualify from OFC [Oceania] Confederation. Brace yourself for all qualified teams of this upcoming World Cup.

Out of 32 teams, 20 qualified teams made consecutive appearances after playing the last edition in 2014. There are two teams called Iceland and Panama who will play the tournament for the first time.

FIFA World 2018 Qualified Teams

List of all 32 FIFA World Cup 2018 qualified teams

The 21st edition of FIFA World Cup is set to begin from 14 June 2018 in Russia. All finalists have got their group rivals and the stage is all set. World Champions Germany, Brazil, Belgium, England, Spain qualified as group winners and are one of the strongest competitors of the tournament.  Iceland and Panama are the two teams that qualified for World Cup for the first time.

See also: FIFA World Cup 2018 Indian TV channels

On 2nd December 2010, Russia became the host nation of the World Cup and became first qualified team automatically. Brazil became the first country which qualified for the finals through the qualification process. On 28th March 2017, Brazil registered themselves as a second qualified team as CONMEBOL winners. This is the 21st appearance in Football World Cup which is a World record.

Qualified team Qualified as Qualification Date Appearance Last Appearance
Russia Hosts 2 Dec 2010 11th 2014
Brazil CONMEBOL winners 28 Mar 2017 21st 2014
Iran AFC 3rd Round GA winners 12 June 2017 5th 2014
Japan AFC 3rd Round GB Winners 31 Aug 2017 6th 2014
Mexico CONCACAF 5th Round Winners 1 Sep 2017 16th 2014
Belgium UEFA GH winners 3 Sep 2017 13th 2014
South Korea AFC 3rd Round GA runners-up 5 Sep 2017 10th 2014
Saudi Arabia AFC 3rd Round GB runners-up 5 Sep 2017 5th 2006
Germany UEFA GC winners 5 Oct 2017 19th 2014
England UEFA GF winners 5 Oct 2017 15th 2014
Spain UEFA GG winners 6 Oct 2017 15th 2014
Nigeria CAF 3rd Round GB winners 7 Oct 2017 6th 2014
Costa Rica CONCACAF 5th Round runners-up 7 Oct 2017 5th 2014
Poland UEFA GE winners 8 Oct 2017 8th 2006
Egypt CAF Third Round GE winners 8 Oct 2017 3rd 1990
Iceland UEFA GI winners 9 Oct 2017 1st
Serbia UEFA GD winners 9 Oct 2017 12th 2010
Portugal UEFA GB winners 10 Oct 2017 7th 2014
France UEFA GA winners 10 Oct 2017 15th 2014
Uruguay CONMEBOL Round Robin runners-up 10 Oct 2017 13th 2014
Argentina CONMEBOL Round Robin third place 10 Oct 2017 17th 2014
Colombia CONMEBOL Round Robin fourth place 10 Oct 2017 6th 2014
Panama CONCACAF 5th Round 3 place 10 Oct 2017 1st
Senegal CAF 3rd Round GD winners 10 Nov 2017 2nd 2002
Morocco CAF 3rd Round GC winners 11 Nov 2017 5th 1998
Tunisia CAF 3rd Round GA winners 11 Nov 2017 5th 2006
Switzerland UEFA 2nd round winners 12 Nov 2017 11th 2014
Croatia UEFA 2nd Round winners 12 Nov 2017 5th 2014
Sweden UEFA 2nd Round winners 13 Nov 2017 12th 2006
Denmark UEFA 2nd Round winners 14 Nov 2017 5th 2010
Australia CONCACAF v AFC play-off winners 15 Nov 2017 5th 2014
Peru OFC v CONMEBOL play-off winners 15 Nov 2017 5th 1982

Do you know?

  • Iceland is the smallest country of all qualified teams in terms of population. As on 31 March 2018, the total population of Iceland was 350,710.
  • Peru qualified for World Cup after a gap of 36 years.

So these are the qualified teams of 2018 Football World Cup. Which team are you supporting in this mega event?

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