World Cup Qualifying
The World Cup qualification is one of football’s exciting events. The occasion, organized by FIFA, gathers national teams from Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North and Central America and Caribbean, and Oceania. The World Cup qualification is a group qualification event in which 204 footballing nations compete for 32 spots in the FIFA World Cup finals, which takes place every four years. The World Cup qualification may take up to 3 years to determine the qualifying nations.
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Channels licensed to broadcast World Cup Qualifying in United States
129 - 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP Qualifiers between September 2016 and November 2017.
Fox Sports 1 USA
129 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers between the period of September 2016 through to November 2017. The remaining 129 matches have been licensed to ESPN.
India vs Nepal heads 1st games in 2018 World Cup qualifying
The return matches will be played on March 17. The draw included the 12 lowest-ranked teams in Asia. Winners advance to a 40-team group stage which starts in June. FIFA will hold the main World Cup qualifying draw on July 25 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Atlanta's MLS franchise lands US World Cup veteran Carlos Bocanegra
#Bocanegra was selected to the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup teams where he appeared in six matches. He is tied among U.S. players for career World Cup qualifying appearances with thirty-one. #“I feel very fortunate to have played the game of soccer ...
US U-17 roster set for World Cup qualifying
Coach Richie Williams has confirmed his 20-player roster for the USA's quest to qualify for the 2015 U-17 World Cup. Five members of the team that begins Concacaf U-17 Championship play on Friday against Cuba in Honduras are currently playing or ...
US soccer hopes to end winless stretch when Panama visits
The CONCACAF Gold Cup starts in early July, with the U.S. hosting most of the matches, while World Cup qualifying begins in November. But the current results are increasingly tough to ignore: The Americans are winless in five straight matches, and they ...