The draw for the knockouts of the 2022 World Cup is complete; tournament groups have been decided! Check out which teams are lined up to do battle in Qatar.
New Zealand routed the Solomon Islands in the final of the Oceania qualifiers to reach the World Cup playoffs and for a chance to be at the 2022 tournament.
After over two years of qualifiers, Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia are the five CAF nations to book their 2022 World Cup tickets to Qatar.
In Asia's final qualifier games, the UAE and Australia won their spots in a sudden-death match against one another for a chance at the inter-confederation playoffs.
Portugal and Poland each secured a place at the FIFA 2022 World Cup after beating North Macedonia and Sweden in their final games of the European playoffs.
Italy had the rug pulled from under its feet this March, as North Macedonia pulled off a shock win in their European World Cup playoff qualifier against the Azzurri.
Japan and Saudi Arabia have secured their berths at the 2022 World Cup. Meanwhile, Australia waits to see who they will face for a chance at the playoffs.
Ten African teams will be going head-to-head for a slot at the FIFA 2022 World Cup in March. Find out who will be facing who come the next international break…
After the third day of the January break, only five teams remain in contention for FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualification and only three matchdays remain.
The results of January's CONMEBOL qualifiers painted a clearer picture of which South American teams will be in Qatar for the FIFA 2022 World Cup and which will not.
Two AFC berths for the FIFA 2022 World Cup were decided this January window; the path for the remaining two spots and playoff place also became clearer.
On the second matchday of the January break, Canada steams ahead of rivals, the USA and Mexico, in the CONCACAF 2022 qualifiers race.
Iran is through to the FIFA 2022 World Cup and, after Day One of the January break, the fight for the last three automatic qualification spots nears its conclusion.
The first day of the January window threw up some surprise losses and some much-needed victories in the race to the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qatar
Canada, the USA and Mexico boosted their FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifying chances with decisive wins on the first matchday of the January window.
The January break will finalise World Cup places for some teams, take some near the finish line and end others dreams. Find out who is playing, where and when...
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?
The FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifiers in 2021 saw several teams book their tickets to the upcoming tournament. But, who made it and who will make their mark in Qatar?
Qatar will play host to the teams from Oceania in March 2022 as they battle to qualify for the FIFA 2022 World Cup.
With the official countdown clock unveiled, the sands of time have begun to trickle down, counting off the days until the FIFA 2022 World Cup starting whistle blows.
A football milestone is on the horizon in Qatar. The 50th Amir Cup Final will kick-off at World Cup venue, Khalifa International Stadium, in just ten days.
FIFA has announced that Russia will be suspended indefinitely from international football tournaments from today, including the European 2022 World Cup playoffs.
The final and third-place matches for the Arab Cup took place amidst Qatar National Day celebrations, adding to the jubilant atmosphere as the victors were crowned.
As the final and third-place game at the FIFA 2021 Arab Cup loom, we look at the thrills and spills from the knockout stage that gave us the last four competitors.
The Group Stage is over; the Quarter-Finals are up next. Eight triumphant teams, including Qatar, have moved one step closer to winning the 2021 Arab Cup trophy.
A stunning opening ceremony, two stadium inaugurations, four matches and a win for hosts Qatar started what promises to be a memorable Arab Cup in style.
The first FIFA endorsed Arab Cup is set for sixteen nations to meet on the 2022 World Cup stadiums' pitches in a battle for the 'best team in the Arab World' title.