Quotas to Qatar are exhausted: Japan and Saudi Arabia, qualified for the World Cup


Japan vs.  Australia

Japan vs. Australia, this Thursday, in Sydney.

Japan vs. Australia, this Thursday, in Sydney.

There are already 17 teams that have secured their place in the World Cup event.

This Thursday, Japan secured its qualification for the Qatar World Cup after defeating Australia 2-0 as a visitor. With the victory of the Japanese team, the Saudi Arabian National Team also certified its passage to the World Cupwhen there is still a date for the Cup qualifiers. Thus, there are already 17 countries qualified for the World Cup at the end of the year.

The 17 qualified teams

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The contest will be held on November 21 and will end on December 18.


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When the penultimate date of the South American qualifiers is just about to be played, and in Europe the play-off begins, there are 17 teams that have already secured their place:

(Don’t stop reading: Colombia National Team: the harsh sanction it received for the match vs. Bolivia).

Host country: Taste.

America: Brazil and Argentina.

Asia: Iran, South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia.

Europe: Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

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