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Who's in, who's out of the World Cup 2018?

FIFA World Cup 2018: Who's in, who's out with nine spots left

October 10, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
Argentina and Portugal booked their spot in the final matchday, while other teams will have to watch the tournament at home.

With only two games left for those teams that made it to the playoffs, there are now 23 teams that can start making ticket reservations for their trip to Russia.

We were treated with some of the finest World Cup Qualifying games in history, as teams such as Argentina and Portugal had to fight for their spot in the global tournament until the final game. Others like the Netherlands needed a miracle that didn't happen, and other teams that bragged about their chances of making the trip to Russia, such as the USMNT and Chile, were left out of the competition.

There will also be two teams making their debut in this tournament, as Iceland and Panama booked their spot in the competition until the last game of their respective groups.

Here's a quick breakdown of which teams have made it to the World Cup


  • Russia (host)

  • France

  • Portugal

  • Germany

  • Serbia

  • Poland

  • England

  • Spain

  • Belgium

  • Iceland


  • Brazil

  • Uruguay

  • Argentina

  • Colombia


  • Iran

  • Korea Republic

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Japan




*Three spots yet to be determined


Eight teams in Europe will play for a spot in the World Cup via a playoff round, while teams from around the world will enter two-legged ties to determine a couple of spots for the global tournament.

UEFA playoff teams

  • Italy

  • Croatia

  • Greece

  • Denmark

  • Ireland

  • Northern Ireland

  • Switzerland

  • Sweden

Inter-confederation playoffs

Since 1998, two inter-confederation playoffs have been determined to grant a couple more spots in the World Cup. This year, a team from Oceania will face CONMEBOL's fifth-placed team, while the fourth place from CONCACAF gets ready to battle a team playing in the Asian Football Confederation

OFC vs CONMEBOL playoff: New Zealand vs Perú

AFC vs CONCACAF playoff: Australia vs Honduras



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Round of 16
Jun 30 10:00amKazan
France 4 - 3 Argentina
Jun 30 2:00pmSochi
Uruguay 2 - 1 Portugal
Jul 1 10:00amMoscow
Spain 1 - 1P Russia
Jul 1 2:00pmNizhny Novgorod
Croatia P1 - 1 Denmark
Round of 16
Jul 2 10:00amSamara
Brazil 2 - 0 Mexico
Jul 2 2:00pmRostov-on-Don
Belgium 3 - 2 Japan
Jul 3 10:00amSaint Petersburg
Sweden 1 - 0 Switzerland
Jul 3 2:00pmMoscow
Colombia 1 - 1 England
Quarter Final
Jul 6 10:00amNizhny Novgorod
Uruguay 0 - 2 France
Jul 6 2:00pmKazan
Brazil 1 - 2 Belgium
Jul 7 10:00amSamara
Sweden 0 - 2 England
Jul 7 2:00pmSochi
Russia 2 - 2P Croatia
Jul 10 2:00pmSaint Petersburg
France 1 - 0 Belgium
Jul 11 2:00pmMoscow
Croatia 2 - 1 England
Third place match
Jul 14 10:00amSaint Petersburg
Belgium 2 - 0 England
Jul 15 11:00amMoscow
France 4 - 2 Croatia