The six football confederation's qualifiers for the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qatar will be completed over the next few months, but what is the current state of play?
Brazil and Argentina became South America’s first teams to qualify for the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qatar over the recent November window.
The October break for CONMEBOL's 2022 qualifiers has finished; the top two spots for the World Cup look relatively secure, but who will take the final places?
The 2022 World Cup qualifiers are six months from completion, and progress towards deciding which nations will be there is definitely worth talking about...
CONMEBOL’s 2022 qualifiers have reached the midway point, and, with only nine matchdays left, some of the continent’s teams have positioned themselves out front.
South America’s football giants go head to head once again as the CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup qualifiers continue into their fourth international window.
South America has completed qualifying matchdays 7 and 8 and, while the top three teams remain the same, the rest of the standings have had a complete reshuffle.
Coronavirus restrictions mean South America's World Cup qualifier dates for March have been postponed. A headache for CONMEBOL, but for European teams, it's a win.
Round two of the CONMEBOL qualifiers kicked off again on November 12th, amid the COVID crisis there was outstanding play as well as the odd scandal.
The CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers have started bringing hope to the international football community after COVID-19 causes havoc in 2020.
The South American World Cup qualifiers finally kicked-off bringing the 2022 tournament one step closer.