Fifa World Cup 2018 Teams: The Complete List Of Who Has Qualified For Russia

Fifa World Cup 2018 Teams: World Cup qualifying is over, and all 31 countries who will join hosts in Russia next summer have been confirmed.

The qualifying rounds of FIFA World Cup 2018 has finally ended and the 32 teams that will contest for the biggest prize in football is now known. Few regular suspects qualified for the finals without much trouble while some of the underdogs have also made it through. There have been few high profile casualties as well along the day, who will not be plying their trade at the biggest stage of them all.

The official account of the FIFA World Cup 2018 put a series of posts on social media to celebrate the achievements of these 32 team who will get a chance to etch their names in history books next year.

Five-time winners Brazil are there, as are defending Champions Germany, plus Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia,South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia and Uruguay.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 Squad Announcement Guideline & Rules
Squad Announcement Deadline13 May 2018
How many players to named in the squad ?23
How many goalkeepers should ever team name in the squad ?at least 3
Outfield players to be named in the 23 man squad ?20
What shirt numbers are available for every squad ?1 to 23 only
When will the starting lineup before every game to be confirmed ?75 minutes before the match kickoff time
Maximum number of persons a team can have on the touchline ?(8 officials and 12 substitutes)

FIFA World Cup 2018 – All 32 Teams & Possible Lineups

PosClubPWLD
13300
23201
23201
23201
23201
23201
73210
73210
73210
73210
73210
123102
123102
123102
153111
153111
153111
153111
193120
193120
193120
193120
193120
193120
193120
193120
273012
283021
283021
283021
313030
313030

 

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Scott Staffin will manage the editorial section in worldcupupdates.org. Scott is a passionate soccer blogger from the United States. He is also a football player and a diehard fan of Argentina.