World Cup qualification completed in Europe

World Cup qualification completed in Europe

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia will be held from June 14 - July 15, 2018.

Seeding for the group stage draw in Pot 1 will be formed regarding the October rating by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). This can be calculated early to see which nations will appear in which pot.

The draw will take place next week. December 1. The pots are provisional as there are six teams yet to be decided by playoffs, and three African finalists to be confirmed. We already have a first idea on the top of the groups, which will be based on the latest Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking.

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Asked whether he felt disappointment about the USA national team's failure to qualify for the tournament, since many American football fans could have come to Russia, Sorokin said "We can afford neither negative nor positive emotions about the qualifying results of any national team". That meant they were guaranteed to be drawn against a seeded nation and a European team.

The first phase of ticket sales in Brazil 2014 recorded 6.1 million applications, 1.6 million for South Africa 2010 and over 10 million for Germany 2006. In the current and final stage of the qualifiers, there are 5 groups, with the group victor advancing to the World Cup. While they will still have to face one of the seeds, it is far more unlikely that they will avoid being drawn against two European teams.

Switzerland were narrowly beaten to top spot in their group in the final game and will be joined by Italy, Denmark, Croatia, Sweden, Northern Ireland, Greece and Republic of Ireland as the remaining Europeans are whittled down from eight to four. Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland are nearly certain to be in pot 3 should they qualify, while Greece would definitely be pot 4. The other teams for Pot 2 will be seeded following the November playoffs. Honduras, finishing 4th in the North American qualifiers, will play Australia twice, with the Aussies coming out of the Asian qualifiers victorious against Syria in the 3rd place playoff.

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