Which countries have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The competition's largest tournament will take place in November and December for the first time ever after Qatar earned the right to host it back in 2010.

AFCON champions Senegal and the Netherlands are both in Group A, and both teams will be heavy favourites to advance from the group.

The current world champions, France, easily qualified as well and will try to retain the trophy for the first time since Brazil in 1962

Les Bleus will match up against Australia and Denmark in their group, a remarkable coincidence from four years ago. Tunisia is the opposing team in Group D

hey face the defending champions from 2010, Spain, who also automatically qualified

 In Group E, the two colossal European teams will compete against Costa Rica and Japan

four-time winners The opening match of the group stage may be the greatest due to the fact that Germany was the first country to qualify for the FIFA World Cup

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