The twelve teams advancing to Round Three of the World Cup qualifying tournament and the 2023 Asian Cup have, following numerous delays, finally been decided!
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.
World Cup qualifying triumph for Qatar as they beat Oman, finishing top of the standings for Group E to take their place at the 2023 Asian Cup tournament.
2022 World Cup hosts Qatar maintained their standing at the top of the table for Group E in the latest Asian qualifiers with a hard-won win against India.
The 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Asia resume shortly - Qatar has finalised its hosting preparations, but COVID-19 has forced hosts China to rethink its plans.
To ensure fair play, FIFA has announced changes to the standings for the AFC’s Group H teams after North Korea’s withdrawal from the World Cup tournament.
Rising to 58 in FIFA's recent rankings, Qatar will hope to go from strength to strength as they face off against some international competition this year.
From football tournaments to stadium openings and the 2022 World Cup mascot's debut, 2021 in Qatar will be a year to remember.
Coronavirus travel restrictions have once again thwarted the second round of Asian qualifiers, which have now been moved to the May/June international window.
The Asian 2022 Qualifiers kicked off again recently after months of uncertainty; one week in and the final standings of Round Two are becoming more evident.