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Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup?

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Ready for the 2022 World Cup?

Well, he’ll still have to wait quite a while to get to know the whole field thanks to the uncertainty caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with Blue and Yellow’s UEFA World Cup qualifying ties being rescheduled.

[ MORE: Full USMNT World Cup qualifying schedule & results ]

And there will also be inter-confederation playoffs, but the 32-team field is now more than half full with the addition of two Asian teams and two South American teams on Thursday.

Here are all the teams set for the winter tournament in Qatar listed in their ranking order from the hosts to the most recent addition to the field.

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Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup?

Qatar

Qualified: Hosts
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: Rookie

Germany

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 19
Best result: four-time champion

Denmark

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: five
Best result: Quarterfinals, 1998

Brazil

Qualified: finish in the top four
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 21
Best result: five-time champion

France

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best result: Two-time champions

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – JULY 15: France’s Kylian Mbappe and France’s Lucas Hernandez celebrate with the World Cup Trophy after their teams’ victory in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final between France and Croatia at the Stade Luzhniki on July 15, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)

Belgium

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 13
Best result: Third place, 2018

Croatia

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: five
Best result: Finalist, 2018

Spain

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best result: Champions, 2010

Serbian

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 12
Best result: Fourth place

England

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 15
Best result: Champions, 1966

Switzerland

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 11
Best result: Quarterfinals

Netherlands

Qualified: Group Winner
Confederation: UEFA
Previous World Cups: 10
Best result: three times finalists

Argentina

Qualified: finish in the top four
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 17
Best result: Two-time champions

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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – JULY 10: Lionel Messi of Argentina kisses the trophy as he celebrates with his teammates after winning the Copa América Brasil 2021 final between Brazil and Argentina at the Maracana Stadium on July 10, 2021 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)

Iran

Qualified: The first two classified, Group A
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: five
Best result: Group stage

South Korea

Qualified: The first two classified, Group A
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: 10
Best result: Fourth place, 2002

Japan

Qualified: The first two classified, Group B
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: six
Best result: Round of 16

Saudi Arabia

Qualified: The first two classified, Group B
Confederation: AFC
Previous World Cups: five
Best result: Round of 16, 1994

Ecuador

Qualified: finish in the top four
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: Three
Best result: round of 16, 2006

Uruguay

Qualified: finish in the top four
Confederation: CONMEBOL
Previous World Cups: 13
Best result: Two-time champions

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Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup? originally appeared on NBCSports.com



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