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With World Cup qualifying well underway, some teams have already stamped their ticket for next year’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

Both host teams have earned automatic qualifications, leaving 30 more spots up for grabs.

Just Women’s Sports will be keeping track of who’s already qualified as the tournament fills out.

How many slots does each confederation have to fill?

  • Asia (AFC): 5 + 1 host (Australia)
  • Africa (CAF): 4
  • North America, Central America, the Caribbean (Concacaf): 4
  • South America (Conmebol): 3
  • Oceania (OFC): 0 + 1 host (New Zealand)
  • Europe (UEFA): 11

In February 2023, an inter-confederation playoff will fill the three remaining spots in the 32-team tournament. Each confederation will have a set number of slots in the play-in tournament:

  • AFC: 2
  • CAF: 2
  • Concacaf: 2
  • Conmebol: 2
  • OFC: 1
  • UEFA: 1

Which teams have qualified for the World Cup?

  • Argentina (Conmebol) – Copa América third place
  • Australia (AFC) – Automatic (host)
  • Brazil (Conmebol) – Copa América finalist
  • Canada (Concacaf) – Concacaf W Championship semifinalist
  • China (AFC) – Asian Cup semifinalist
  • Colombia (Conmebol) – Copa América finalist
  • Costa Rica (Concacaf) – Concacaf W Championship semifinalist
  • Denmark (UEFA) – Group winner
  • France (UEFA) – Group winner
  • Jamaica (Concacaf) – Concacaf W Championship semifinalist
  • Japan (AFC) – Asian Cup semifinalist
  • Morocco* (CAF) – WAFCON semifinalist
  • New Zealand (OFC) – Automatic (host)
  • Nigeria (CAF) – WAFCON semifinalist
  • Philippines* (AFC) – Asian Cup semifinalist
  • South Africa (CAF) – WAFCON semifinalist
  • South Korea (AFC) – Asian Cup semifinalist
  • Spain (UEFA) – Group winner
  • Sweden (UEFA) – Group winner
  • United States (Concacaf) – Concacaf W Championship semifinalist
  • Vietnam* (AFC) – Asian Cup playoffs winner
  • Zambia* (CAF) – WAFCON semifinalist

*Denotes first-time World Cup qualifier.