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About Olympic Soccer Qualifying - Women

The Tokyo 2020 Women's Olympic Football Qualifiers take place around the world to determine the eleven teams that get to join Japan in the quadrennial competition. The host nation is awarded a spot in the tournament automatically, which is deducted from the number of teams its confederation can have in the tournament.

The number of teams per confederation is determined by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), based on their previous performances. Here’s how the IOC handed out the eleven remaining spots to play the tournament:

- CONMEBOL: One place
- OFC: One place
- UEFA: Three places
- CONCACAF: Two places
- AFC: Two places
- CAF: One place
- CAF – CONMEBOL playoff: One place

All confederations had their say on the way each spot would be filled. This is how all confederations awarded the spots granted by the IOC to play in the 2020 Summer Olympics:

UEFA: The European confederation awarded their spots based on how their teams performed in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Sweden were the qualified teams due to their performance in that tournament.

CONMEBOL: The winner of the 2018 Copa América Femenina enters the Olympic tournament automatically. Brazil was the winner of the tournament held in Chile.

OFC: The winner of the 2018 OFC Nations Cup gets to represent this continent in the 2020 Olympic Games. New Zealand won their right to play for Oceania in the 2020 Olympic Games.

CONCACAF: Eight teams from this confederation enter the Olympic Games Qualifying round. The winner and the runner-up of the competition make it to the 2020 Summer Olympics.

AFC: All Asian countries -with Japan being the only exception- need to play up to three qualifying rounds to fight for a spot in the 2020 Summer Olympics. The final stage is played by eight teams, which are divided into two groups. The winners and the runners-up of the competition enter the 2020 Olympic Games.

CAF: 25 teams enter the KO stage, with seven being handed byes for the first round. Two-legged ties are used to determine the teams that go through. The winner of the tournament gets to play in the 2020 Olympic Games.

CAF-CONMEBOL Playoff: This two-legged tie is played by the runners-up of the CAF tournament and the runners-up of the 2018 Copa América Femenina. The winner of this tie makes it to the 2020 Olympic Games.

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