With the 2023 World Cup fast approaching, 29 teams have stamped their ticket for next year’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.
Both host teams earned automatic berths, which left 30 more spots up for grabs. As of December, a total of 29 teams have qualified. Inter-confederation playoffs in February will decide the final three teams.
Just Women’s Sports is keeping track of who’s already qualified as the tournament fills out.
In February, intercontinental playoffs 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:
*Denotes first-time World Cup qualifier.
2️⃣9️⃣ teams in.3️⃣ spots remain.🏆 The #FIFAWWC is beginning to take shape!#BeyondGreatness pic.twitter.com/zEzg9lpITH— FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) October 12, 2022
2️⃣9️⃣ teams in.3️⃣ spots remain.🏆 The #FIFAWWC is beginning to take shape!#BeyondGreatness pic.twitter.com/zEzg9lpITH