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World Cup qualifying. Drink it in, it sometimes goes down smooth.
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The 2022 World Cup is on the horizon and hosts Qatar, plus 19 other nations have clinched their spot at the tournament.
[ QUALIFYING HQ: Africa | South America | CONCACAF ]
As for the dates: the 2022 World Cup will be contested from Nov. 21 to December 18 by 32 teams.
[ QUALIFYING HQ: Europe | Oceania | Asia ]
Here’s a look at how nations are competing for the world’s most celebrated international trophy will be determined, as well as the current odds for who could win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
World Cup qualifying is getting very interesting and there are plenty of twists and turns ahead.
CAF: Ghana, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia, Cameroon
AFC: Qatar (hosts), Iran, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia
CONCACAF: Canada, United States, Canada
CONMEBEOL: Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay
OFC: None
UEFA: Germany, Denmark, France, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal
(games will be played at a neutral site)
Asia (4th-round playoff winner: UAE or Australia) vs South America (Peru)
CONCACAF (Costa Rica) vs Oceania (New Zealand)
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October 7
Honduras 0-0 Costa Rica
Mexico 1-1 Canada
El Salvador 1-0 Panama
October 10
Costa Rica 2-1 El Salvador
Jamaica 0-0 Canada
Mexico 3-0 Honduras
October 13
Canada 4-1 Panama
Honduras 0-2 Jamaica
El Salvador 0-2 Mexico
November 12
Canada 1-0 Costa Rica
Honduras 2-3 Panama
El Salvador 1-1 Jamaica
November 16
Jamaica 1-1 USMNT
Canada 2-1 Mexico
Costa Rica 2-1 Honduras
Panama 2-1 El Salvador
January 27
Jamaica 1-2 Mexico
Honduras 0-2 Canada
Costa Rica 1-0 Panama
January 30
Panama 3-2 Jamaica
Honduras 0-2 El Salvador
Mexico 0-0 Costa Rica
Feb. 2
Jamaica 0-1 Costa Rica
El Salvador 0-2 Canada
Mexico 1-0 Panama
March 24
Costa Rica 1-0 Canada
Panama 1-1 Honduras
Jamaica 1-1 El Salvador
March 27
Honduras 0-1 Mexico
El Salvador 1-2 Costa Rica
Canada 4-0 JamaicaCanada seals first World Cup spot since 1986
March 30
Jamaica 2-1 Honduras
Panama 1-0 Canada
Mexico 2-0 El Salvador
Wednesday Sept. 1
Central African Republic 1-1 Cape Verde
Guinea-Bissau 1-1 Guinea
Senegal 2-0 Togo
Mali 1-0 Rwanda
Libya 2-1 Gabon
Egypt 1-0 Angola
Thursday Sept. 2
Kenya 0-0 Uganda
DR Congo 1-1 Tanzania
Niger 0-2 Burkina Faso
Namibia 1-1 Congo
Madagascar 0-1 Benin
Algeria 8-0 Djibouti
Morocco 2-0 Sudan
Friday Sept. 3
Mozambique 0-0 Ivory Coast
Zimbabwe 0-0 South Africa
Nigeria 2-0 Liberia
Mauritania 1-2 Zambia
Tunisia 3-0 Equatorial Guinea
Cameroon 2-0  Malawi
Ghana 1-0 Ethiopia
Sunday Sept. 5
Rwanda 1-1 Kenya
Togo 0-1 Namibia
Gabon 1-1 Egypt
Monday Sept. 6
Djibouti 2-4 Niger
Uganda 0-0 Mali
Benin 1-1 DR Congo
Liberia 1-0 Central American Republic
South Africa 1-0 Ghana
Guinea vs Morocco — postponed
Ivory Coast 2-1 Cameroon — 3pm ET
Tuesday Sept. 7
Zambia 0-2 Tunisia
Malawi 1-0 Mozambique
Tanzania 3-2 Madagascar
Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Mauritania
Cape Verde 1-2 Nigeria
Republic of Congo 1-3 Senegal
Ethiopia 1-0 Zimbabwe
Burkina Faso 1-1 Algeria
Angola 0-1 Libya
Sudan 2-4 Guinea-Bissau
October 6
Sudan 1-1 Guinea
Morocco 5-0 Guinea-Bissau
October 7
Tanzania 0-1 Benin
Liberia 1-2 Cape Verde
Equatorial Guinea 2-0 Zambia
Rwanda 0-1 Uganda
Nigeria 0-1 Central African Republic
Mali 5-0 Kenya
Tunisia 3-0 Mauritania
Dem Rep of Congo 2-0 Madagascar
October 8
Malawi 0-3 Ivory Coast
Cameroon 3-1 Mozambique
Angola 3-1 Gabon
Egypt 1-0 Libya
Algeria 6-1 Niger
Djibouti 0-4 Burkina Faso
October 9
Ethiopia 1-3 South Africa
Guinea 2-2 Sudan
Ghana 3-1 Zimbabwe
Togo 1-1 Republic of Congo
Guinea-Bissau 0-3 Morocco
Senegal 4-1 Namibia
October 10
Central African Republic 0-2 Nigeria
Uganda 1-0 Rwanda
Kenya 0-1 Mali
Benin 0-1 Tanzania
Madagascar 1-0 Dem Rep of Congo
Zambia 1-1 Equatorial Guinea
Cape Verde 1-0 Liberia
Mauritania 0-0 Tunisia
October 11
Mozambique 0-1 Cameroon
Gabon 2-0 Angola
Ivory Coast 2-1 Malawi
Burkina Faso 2-0 Djibouti
Libya 0-3 Egypt
October 12
Zimbabwe 0-1 Ghana
Namibia 1-3 Senegal
South Africa 1-0 Ethiopia
Niger 0-4 Algeria
Republic of Congo 1-2 Togo
Guinea 1-4 Morocco
November 10
Rwanda 0-3 Mali
Uganda 1-1 Kenya
November 11
Angola 2-2 Egypt
Djibouti 0-4 Algeria
Sudan 0-3 Morocco
Liberia 0-1 Nigeria
Ethiopia 1-1 Ghana
Togo 1-1 Senegal
Equatorial Guinea 0-0 Tunisia
Tanzania 0-3 Dem Rep of Congo
Malawi 0-4 Cameroon
South Africa 1-0 Zimbabwe
Zambia 4-0 Mauritania
Benin 2-0 Madagascar
Guinea 0-0 Guinea-Bissau
Burkina Faso 1-1 Niger
DR Congo 1-1 Namibia
Cape Verde 0-1 Central African Republic
November 13
Ivory Coast 3-0 Mozambique
November 14-16
Egypt 2-1 Gabon
Algeria 2-2 Burkina Faso
Morocco 3-0 Guinea
Ghana 1-0 South Africa
Nigeria 1-1 Cape Verde
Senegal 2-0 Rep of Congo
Tunisia 3-1 Zambia
Cameroon 1-0 Ivory Coast
Dem Rep of Congo 2-0 Benin
Mali 1-0 Uganda
Madagascar 1-1 Tanzania
Kenya 2-1 Rwanda
Zimbabwe 1-1 Ethiopia
Libya 1-1 Angola
Namibia 0-1 Togo
Mozambique 1-0 Malawi
Guinea-Bissau 0-0 Sudan
Mauritania 1-1 Equatorial Guinea
Niger 7-2 Djibouti
Liberia 3-1 Central African Republic
Friday, March 25
Dem Rep of Congo 1-1 Morocco
Mali 0-1 Tunisia
Cameroon 0-1 Algeria
Ghana 0-0 Nigeria
Egypt 1-0 Senegal
Tuesday, March 29
Tunisia 0-0 (1-0 agg.) Mali
Morocco 4-1 (5-2 agg.) Dem Rep of Congo
Nigeria 0-1 (0-1 agg.) Ghana
Algeria 1-2 (2-2 agg. aet) Cameroon
Senegal 1-0 (1-1 agg., 3-1 pens) Egypt
The third round has two groups of six teams. The first two teams in each group make the World Cup. Iran and South Korea have sealed the top two spots in Group A, while Lebanon, Iraq and the UAE battle it out for third.
In Group B, Saudi Arabia and Japan qualified after the latter beat Australia 2-0 thanks to two late goals. Australia are guaranteed to be in third.
The two third-place teams play home-and-away on March 24 and 29, 2022, with the winner making the inter-confederation playoffs, scheduled for June 2022.
Third round
Thursday Sept. 2
Japan 0-1 Oman
South Korea 0-0 Iraq
Iran 1-0 Syria
UAE 0-0 Lebanon
Australia 3-0 China
Saudi Arabia 3-1 Vietnam
Tuesday Sept. 7
South Korea 1-0 Lebanon
Vietnam 0-1 Australia
China 0-1 Japan
Oman 0-1 Saudi Arabia
Syria 1-1 UAE
Iraq 0-3 Iran
October 7
South Korea 2-1 Syria
Iraq 0-0 Lebanon
UAE 0-1 Iran
Saudi Arabia 1-0 Japan
China 3-2 Vietnam
Australia 3-1 Oman
October 12
Japan 2-1 Australia
Iran 1-1 South Korea
Syria 2-3 Lebanon
Oman 3-1 Vietnam
UAE 2-2 Iraq
Saudi Arabia 3-2 China
November 11
Australia 0-0 Saudi Arabia
South Korea 1-0 UAE
Lebanon 1-2 Iran
Vietnam 0-1 Japan
China 1-1 Oman
Iraq 1-1 Syria
November 16
Lebanon 0-1 UAE
Vietnam 0-1 Saudi Arabia
China 1-1 Australia
Iraq 0-3 South Korea
Oman 0-1 Japan
Syria 0-3 Iran
Jan. 27
Australia 4-0 Vietnam
Japan 2-0 China
Lebanon 0-1 South Korea
UAE 2-0 Syria
Saudi Arabia 1-0 Oman
Feb. 1
Japan 2-0 Saudi Arabia
Lebanon 1-1 Iraq
Vietnam 3-1 China
Iran 1-0 UAE
Oman 2-2 Australia
March 24
Australia 0-2 Japan
Lebanon 0-3 Syria
China 1-1 Saudi Arabia
Iraq 1-0 UAE
Vietnam 0-1 Oman
South Korea 2-0 Iran
March 29
Iran 2-0 Lebanon
UAE 1-0 South Korea
Saudi Arabia 1-0 Australia
Syria 1-1 Iraq
Oman 2-0 China
Japan 1-1 Vietnam
North and Central America’s first round of qualifying began in March, and now we know who’s qualified to join the USMNT, Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Jamaica in the second stage Octagonal.
Four of the eight teams will qualify for the World Cup, with a fifth team making an inter-confederation playoff, scheduled for June 2022.
Here are the first three rounds of matches
September 2
Canada 1-1 Honduras
Panama 0-0 Costa Rica
Mexico 2-1 Jamaica
September 5

Jamaica 0-3 Panama
Costa Rica 0-1 Mexico
El Salvador 0-0 Honduras
September 8
Canada 3-0 El Salvador
Costa Rica 1-1 Jamaica
Panama 1-1 Mexico – RECAP
October 7
Honduras 0-0 Costa Rica
Mexico 1-1 Canada
El Salvador 1-0 Panama
October 10
Costa Rica 2-1 El Salvador
Jamaica 0-0 Canada
Mexico 3-0 Honduras
October 13
Canada 4-1 Panama
Honduras 0-2 Jamaica
El Salvador 0-2 Mexico
November 12
Canada 1-0 Costa Rica
Honduras 2-3 Panama
El Salvador 1-1 Jamaica
November 16
Jamaica 1-1 USMNT
Canada 2-1 Mexico
Costa Rica 2-1 Honduras
Panama 2-1 El Salvador
January 27
Jamaica 1-2 Mexico
Honduras 0-2 Canada
Costa Rica 1-0 Panama
January 30
Panama 3-2 Jamaica
Honduras 0-2 El Salvador
Mexico 0-0 Costa Rica
Feb. 2
Jamaica 0-1 Costa Rica
El Salvador 0-2 Canada
Mexico 1-0 Panama
March 27
Honduras 0-1 Mexico
El Salvador 1-2 Costa Rica
Canada 4-0 JamaicaCanada seals first World Cup spot since 1986
March 30
Jamaica 2-1 Honduras
Panama 1-0 Canada
Mexico 2-0 El Salvador
Each of 10 teams plays the other nine home-and-away. The top four teams make the World Cup and the fifth-place team goes to the inter-confederation playoffs, scheduled for June 2022.
Out of all of the continental World Cup qualifying campaigns, this has to be the best.
Argentina and Brazil have already qualified, while Ecuador has secured at least a playoff spot and are on the cusp of automatic qualification. Chile, Peru, Colombia and Uruguay are battling for fourth and fifth place.
Matchday 1
Uruguay 2-1 Chile
Paraguay 2-2 Peru
Argentina 1-0 Ecuador
Colombia 3-0 Venezuela
Brazil 5-0 Bolivia
Matchday 2

Bolivia 1-2 Argentina
Ecuador 4-2 Uruguay
Venezuela 0-1 Paraguay
Peru 2-4 Brazil
Chile 2-2 Colombia
Colombia 0-3 Uruguay
Brazil 1-0 Venezuela
Bolivia 2-3 Ecuador
Argentina 1-1 Paraguay
Chile 2-0 Peru
Uruguay 0-2 Brazil
Peru 0-2 Argentina
Venezuela 2-1 Chile
Paraguay 1-1 Bolivia
Ecuador 6-1 Colombia
Colombia 0-0 Brazil
Venezuela 2-1 Ecuador
Bolivia 1-0 Peru
Argentina 3-0 Uruguay
Chile 2-0 Paraguay
Brazil v Argentina — Suspended
Ecuador 0-0 Chile
Uruguay 4-2 Bolivia
Paraguay 1-1 Colombia
Peru 1-0 Venezuela
Uruguay 0-0 Paraguay
Peru 0-3 Colombia
Brazil 2-0 Ecuador
Bolivia 3-1 Venezuela
Argentina 1-1 Chile
Colombia 2-2 Argentina
Venezuela 0-0 Uruguay
Paraguay 0-2 Brazil
Chile 1-1 Bolivia
Ecuador 1-2 Peru
Bolivia 1-1 Colombia
Ecuador 2-0 Paraguay
Venezuela 1-3 Argentina
Peru 1-1 Uruguay
Chile 0-1 Brazil
Uruguay 1-0 Ecuador
Paraguay 2-1 Venezuela
Colombia 3-1 Chile
Argentina 3-0 Bolivia
Brazil 2-0 Peru
Uruguay 0-0 Colombia
Peru 2-0 Chile
Venezuela 1-3 Brazil
Paraguay 0-0 Argentina
Ecuador 3-0 Bolivia
Colombia 0-0 Ecuador
Brazil 4-1 Uruguay
Bolivia 4-0 Paraguay
Argentina 1-0 Peru
Chile 3-0 Venezuela
Ecuador 1-0 Venezuela
Paraguay 0-1 Chile
Brazil 1-0 Colombia
Peru 3-0 Bolivia
Uruguay 0-1 Argentina
Colombia 0-0 Paraguay
Venezuela 1-2 Peru
Bolivia 0-0 Uruguay
Argentina 0-0 Brazil
Chile 0-2 Ecuador
Paraguay 0-1 Uruguay
Chile 1-2 Argentina
Ecuador 1-1 Brazil
Colombia 0-1 Peru
Venezuela 4-1 Bolivia
Uruguay 4-1 Venezuela
Peru 1-1 Ecuador
Brazil 4-0 Paraguay
Bolivia 2-3 Chile
Argentina 1-0 Colombia
Uruguay 1-0 Peru
Colombia 3-0 Bolivia
Brazil 4-0 Chile
Paraguay 3-1 Ecuador
March 25
Argentina 3-0 Venezuela
Peru 2-0 Paraguay
Venezuela 0-1 Colombia
Bolivia 0-4 Brazil
Chile 0-2 Uruguay
Ecuador 1-1 Argentina
The 11 nations of Oceania compete for one spot in the inter-confederations playoffs in June 2022.
Australia is no longer in OFC but advanced to eight of the other nine playoffs, with Israel winning OFC in 1990 after competing in the confederation for political reasons.
Only four times has an OFC team gone to World Cup, Australia in 1974 and 2006 and New Zealand in 1982 and 2010.
March 13 — Qualification match
Tonga vs Cook Islands — Tonga withdraws from competition after natural disaster
March 17 — Group stage
Cook Islands 0-2 Solomon Islands
Tahiti vs Vanuatu — canceled
March 18 — Group stage
Papua New Guinea 0-1 New Zealand
New Caledonia 1-2 Fiji
March 20 — Group stage
Tonga/Cook Islands vs Tahiti — canceled
Solomon Islands vs Vanuatu — canceled
March 21 — Group stage
New Zealand 4-0 Fiji
Papua New Guinea 1-0 New Caledonia
March 24 — Group stage
Vanuatu vs Tonga/Cook Islands — canceled
Solomon Islands 3-1 Tahiti
New Zealand 7-1 New Caledonia
Fiji 1-2 Papua New Guinea
March 27 — Semifinals
Solomon Islands 3-2 Papua New Guinea
New Zealand 1-0 Tahiti
March 30 — Final
Solomon Islands vs New Zealand– 1pm ET Wednesday
Thirteen European nations get spots in the 2022 World Cup.
The winners of the home-and-away round-robin group stage, held March to November 2021, go to the World Cup, as this qualifying tournament is always absolutely bonkers.
Ten runners-up will be joined by the best two Nations League group winners that did not finish in the top two of their qualifying group. The 12 teams will be separated into three groups of four, who will play semifinals and finals to determine the three remaining World Cup participants from UEFA.
The playoff semifinals will be held March 24-25, 2022, and the finals will be held March 28-29.
March 24-25
Portugal 1-0 Azerbaijan
Serbia 3-2 Republic of Ireland
Finland 2-2 Bosnia and Herzegovina
France 1-1 Ukraine
Belgium 3-1 Wales
Estonia 2-6 Czech Republic
Gibraltar 0-3 Norway
Turkey 4-2 Netherlands
Latvia 1-2 Montenegro
Cyprus 0-0 Slovakia
Malta 1-3 Russia
Slovenia 1-0 Croatia
Spain 1-1 Greece
Bulgaria 1-3 Switzerland
Italy 2-0 Northern Ireland
Israel 0-2 Denmark
Hungary 3-3 Poland
Moldova 1-1 Faroe Islands
Scotland 2-2 Austria
Germany 3-0 Iceland
Andorra 0-1 Albania
Liechtenstein 0-1 Armenia
Romania 3-2 North Macedonia
England 5-0 San Marino
Sweden 1-0 Georgia
March 27-28
Russia 2-1 Slovenia
Montenegro 4-1 Gibraltar
Croatia 1-0 Cyprus
Norway 0-3 Turkey
Netherlands 2-0 Latvia
Belarus 4-2 Estonia
Czech Republic 1-1 Belgium
Ireland 0-1 Luxembourg
Slovakia 2-2 Malta
Serbia 2-2 Portugal
Kazakhstan 0-2 France
Denmark 8-0 Moldova
Albania 0-2 England
Georgia 1-2 Spain
Armenia 2-0 Iceland
Romania 0-1 Germany
Austria 3-1 Faroe Islands
Switzerland 1-0 Lithuania
Bulgaria 0-2 Italy
San Marino 0-3 Hungary
Ukraine 1-1 Finland
North Macedonia 5-0 Liechtenstein
Israel 1-1 Scotland
Kosovo 0-3 Sweden
Poland 3-0 Andorra
March 30-31
Germany 1-2 North Macedonia
Turkey 3-3 Latvia
Azerbaijan 1-2 Serbia
Belgium 8-0 Belarus
Armenia 3-2 Romania
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-1 France
Andorra 1-4 Hungary
Gibraltar 0-7 Netherlands
Luxembourg 1-3 Portugal
Cyprus 1-0 Slovenia
Liechtenstein 1-4 Iceland
Northern Ireland 0-0 Bulgaria
Austria 0-4 Denmark
Greece 1-1 Georgia
Croatia 3-0 Malta
Wales 1-0 Czech Republic
Slovakia 2-1 Russia
San Marino 0-2 Albania
Ukraine 1-1 Kazakhstan
Moldova 1-4 Israel
Scotland 4-0 Faroe Islands
Spain 3-1 Kosovo
Montenegro 0-1 Norway
Lithuania 0-2 Italy
England 2-1 Poland
September 1
Kazakhstan 2-2 Ukraine
Portugal 2-1 Ireland – Ronaldo breaks men’s record
France 1-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Latvia 3-1 Gibraltar
Norway 1-1 Netherlands
Faroe Islands 0-4 Israel
Moldova 0-2 Austria
Denmark 2-0 Scotland
Russia 0-0 Croatia
Luxembourg 2-1 Azerbaijan
Turkey 2-2 Montenegro
Slovenia 1-1 Slovakia
Malta 3-0 Cyprus
September 2
Georgia 0-1 Kosovo
Liechtenstein 0-2 Germany
Czech Republic 1-0 Belarus
Andorra 2-0 San Marino
Poland 4-1 Albania
Italy 1-1 Bulgaria
Lithuania 1-4 Northern Ireland
North Macedonia 0-0 Armenia
Estonia 2-5 Belgium
Sweden 2-1 Spain
Iceland 0-2 Romania
Hungary 0-4 England
September 4
Finland 1-0 Kazakhstan
Ireland 1-1 Azerbaijan
Latvia 0-2 Norway
Serbia 4-1 Luxembourg
Cyprus 0-2 Russia
Slovenia 1-0 Malta
Netherlands 4-0 Montenegro
Faroe Islands 0-1 Denmark
Gibraltar 0-3 Turkey
Ukraine 1-1 France
Israel 5-2 Austria
Slovakia 0-1 Croatia
Scotland 1-0 Moldova
September 5
Belarus 2-3 Wales
Iceland 2-2 North Macedonia
Albania 1-0 Hungary
England 4-0 Andorra
Bulgaria 1-0 Lithuania
Spain 4-0 Georgia
Germany 6-0 Armenia
Switzerland 0-0 Italy
San Marino 1-7 Poland
Belgium 3-0 Czech Republic
Romania 2-0 Liechtenstein
Kosovo 1-1 Greece
September 7
Azerbaijan 0-3 Portugal
Russia 2-0 Malta
Norway 5-1 Gibraltar
France 2-0 Finland
Faroe Islands 2-1 Moldova
Montenegro 0-0 Latvia
Slovakia 2-0 Cyprus
Denmark 5-0 Israel
Croatia 3-0 Slovenia
Netherlands 6-1 Turkey
Austria 0-1 Scotland
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-2 Kazakhstan
Ireland 1-1 Serbia
September 8
Armenia 1-1 Liechtenstein
Iceland 0-4 Germany
Belarus 0-1 Belgium
Hungary 2-1 Andorra
North Macedonia 0-0 Romania
Poland 1-1 England
Albania 5-0 San Marino
Kosovo 0-2 Spain
Italy 5-0 Lithuania
Northern Ireland 0-0 Switzerland
Wales 0-0 Estonia
Greece 2-1 Sweden
October 8
Czech Republic 2-2 Wales
Estonia 2-0 Belarus
Gibraltar 0-3 Montenegro
Latvia 0-1 Netherlands
Turkey 1-1 Norway
Cyprus 0-3 Croatia
Malta 0-4 Slovenia
Russia 1-0 Slovakia
Germany 2-1 Romania
Iceland 1-1 Armenia
Liechtenstein 0-4 North Macedonia
October 9
Azerbaijan 0-3 Republic of Ireland
Luxembourg 0-1 Serbia
Georgia 0-2 Greece
Sweden 3-0 Kosovo
Lithuania 3-1 Bulgaria
Switzerland 2-0 Northern Ireland
Kazakhstan 02- Bosnia and Herzegovina
Finland 1-2 Ukraine
Scotland 3-2 Israel
Faroe Islands 0-2 Austria
Moldova 0-4 Denmark
Andorra 0-5 England
Hungary 0-1 Albania
Poland 5-0 San Marino
October 11
Belarus 0-2 Czech Republic
Estonia 0-1 Wales
Latvia 1-2 Turkey
Netherlands 6-0 Gibraltar
Norway 2-0 Montenegro
Croatia 2-2 Slovakia
Cyprus 2-2 Malta
Slovenia 1-2 Russia
Iceland 4-0 Liechtenstein
North Macedonia 0-4 Germany – GERMANY QUALIFIES
Romania 1-0 Armenia
October 12
Portugal 5-0 Luxembourg
Serbia 3-1 Azerbaijan
Kosovo 1-2 Georgia
Sweden 2-0 Greece
Bulgaria 2-1 Northern Ireland
Lithuania 0-4 Switzerland
Kazakhstan 0-2 Finland
Ukraine 1-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Denmark 1-0 Austria – DENMARK QUALIFIES
Faroe Islands 0-1 Scotland
Israel 2-1 Moldova
England 1-1 Hungary
San Marino 0-3 Andorra
Albania 0-1 Poland
November 11
Azerbaijan 1-3 Luxembourg
Republic of Ireland 0-0 Portugal
Georgia 2-0 Sweden
Greece 0-1 Spain
Russia 6-0 Cyprus
Malta 1-7 Croatia
Slovakia 2-2 Slovenia
Armenia 0-5 North Macedonia
Germany 9-0 Liechtenstein
Romania 0-0 Iceland
November 12
Italy 1-1 Switzerland
Northern Ireland 1-0 Lithuania
Austria 4-2 Israel
Denmark 3-1 Faroe Islands
Moldova 0-2 Scotland
Andorra 1-4 Poland
England 5-0 Albania
Hungary 4-0 San Marino
November 13
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-3 Finland
France 8-0 Kazakhstan
Norway 0-0 Latvia
Turkey 6-0 Gibraltar
Montenegro 2-2 Netherlands
Belgium 3-1 Estonia
Wales 5-1 Belarus
November 14
Luxembourg 0-3 Republic of Ireland
Portugal 1-2 Serbia
Greece 1-1 Kosovo
Spain 1-0 Sweden
Croatia 1-0 Russia
Malta 0-6 Slovakia
Slovenia 2-1 Cyprus
Armenia 1-4 Germany
Liechtenstein 0-2 Romania
North Macedonia 3-1 Iceland
November 15
Northern Ireland 0-0 Italy
Switzerland 4-0 Bulgaria
Austria 4-1 Moldova
Israel 3-2 Faroe Islands
Scotland 2-0 Denmark
Albania 4-1 Andorra
Poland 1-2 Hungary
San Marino 0-10 England
November 16
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-2 Ukraine
Finland 0-2 France
Czech Republic 2-0 Estonia
Wales 1-1 Belgium
Gibraltar 1-3 Latvia
Montenegro 1-2 Turkey
Netherlands 2-0 Norway
Semifinals – Thursday, March 24, kickoffs at 3:45pm ET
Wales 2-1 Austria
Sweden 1-0 (aet) Czech Republic
Italy 0-1 North Macedonia
Portugal 3-1 Turkey
Scotland vs Ukraine — postponed until June due to Russian invasion of Ukraine
Russia vs Poland — canceled due to Russian invasion of Ukraine

Finals – Tuesday March 29, kick offs at 2:45pm ET
Wales vs Scotland/Ukraine — TBD
Poland 2-0 Sweden
Portugal 2-0 North Macedonia
Brazil +500
France +600
England +700
Spain +700
Germany +850
Argentina +950
Belgium +1200
Portugal +1400
Netherlands +1600
Denmark +3000
Croatia +5000
Uruguay +5000
Colombia +5000
Serbia +8000
Switzerland +8000
Mexico +9000
USMNT +10000
Canada +10000
Czech Republic +15000
Ukraine +15000
Poland +15000
Qatar +15000
Wales +20000
Paraguay +20000
Cameroon +20000
Ecuador +20000
Ghana +20000
Japan +20000
Morocco +20000
Peru +20000
Senegal +20000
Chile +25000
South Korea +30000
Iran +30000
Tunisia +30000
Australia +40000
Scotland +50000
New Zealand +100000
Costa Rica +250000
Saudi Arabia +500000
Solomon Islands +500000
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The USMNT showed a number of worrying signs in a 2-0 defeat to Japan on Friday, in the Yanks’ second-to-last friendly before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
[ MORE: Three things we learned from Japan vs USA ]
To put it bluntly, it was a putrid performance from Gregg Berhalter’s side. With a couple of starters missing due to injury and a lack of quality options at other positions, these are increasingly worrying times for the USMNT.
Join our live Q&A over on NBC Sports’ YouTube channel following the Japan vs USMNT game on Friday, Sept. 23, as we will be live from around 10:30am ET to answer your questions!
Below are player ratings from the USMNT defeat to Japan…
GK – Matt Turner: 5 – As a shot-stopper, we know Turner is solid and more accomplished than Zack Steffen, the presumed no. 1b/2 goalkeeper (though currently injured), but the 28-year-old Arsenal backup was once again shaky in possession on Friday, giving the ball away either directly or indirectly on a handful of occasions during the disastrous first half.
RB – Sergiño Dest: 5 – Berhalter quite clearly wants the USMNT to progress the ball through the center of the field, which is a bit strange for someone who ascended to his current job by coaching a (heavily) wing-reliant system at Columbus Crew. In theory, that Berhalter should be great for Dest, who does his best work getting forward, but he’s effectively reduced to a stay-at-home right back in the current setup which, unsurprisingly, does not suit the 21-year-old at all.
CB – Walker Zimmerman: 5.5 – He’s probably fine as the complementary piece to a stalwart leader at center back, but he’s being asked to be that key figure.
CB – Aaron Long: 5 – It’s not Long’s fault (Berhalter is the one who keeps calling him up and starting him in a system that is terribly ill-fitted to his particular skill set, given the possession and passing demands placed upon center backs in the system), but it is his (and America’s) problem.
LB – Sam Vines: 4 – Look, Antonee Robinson is the unquestioned starter, but he’s currently injured. Vines is probably third-choice at left back (Dest is likeliest to slide across the field to deputize in a full-squad, tournament scenario), so it’s likely a moot point regarding the World Cup, but Vines was often beaten in behind while he offered nothing going forward.
DM – Tyler Adams: 5 – When you’re unable to keep and move the ball, any semblance of midfield balance is going to be destroyed. It looks like wave after wave of pressure after giving the ball away, completely overwhelmed and outnumbered as they sprint back toward their own goal.
CM – Luca de la Torre: 5.5 – Tasked with bringing such much-needed passing to a midfield missing Yunus Musah, the newly minted Celta Vigo man found himself under pressure and without much movement ahead of him. Not a great setup for a one-dimensional midfielder.
CM – Weston McKennie: 4 – It was tough to watch McKennie give the ball away (and then give it away again, and again) in the first half, whether the Japanese press was right in his face or nowhere near him. The below video of Daichi Kamada’s goal begins just after McKennie plays a perfect through ball (toward his own goal) to spring a Japanese counter-attack with plenty of numbers and momentum.
👏⚽️🇯🇵 Daichi Kamada gives Japan the lead against the #USMNT and it is totally deserved.
Weston McKennie with a poor giveaway in central midfield and Japan make the most of it.
🎥 @TUDNUSA pic.twitter.com/H2Z7SkyOZE
— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) September 23, 2022

RW – Brenden Aaronson: 6 – It wasn’t pretty (or frequent), but most of what the USMNT managed to create (speculative shots either from distance or a crowd) came through/from Aaronson. His energy is a problem for opposing defensive units, but he’s the only one.
CF – Jesus Ferreira: 5.5 – Another anonymous performance from a USMNT center forward.
LW – Gio Reyna: 5.5 – Only played 45 minutes (he didn’t get hurt) and had a very limited impact due to not receiving the ball in the final third and a lack of combination play with Ferreira through the middle.
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The USMNT lost to Japan after a hugely underwhelming performance from Gregg Berhalter’s side just 59 days before they kick off their World Cup campaign.
Dachai Kamada put Japan 1-0 up in the first half as the Samurai Blue were sharper throughout and the USMNT just couldn’t cope with their high-pressing, as Kaoru Mitoma curled home a beauty to make it 2-0 and seal the deserved win.
Berhalter’s USMNT had zero shots on goal, as they looked disjointed and befuddled throughout a very disappointing display in Dusseldorf, Germany.
With Christian Pulisic missing this game due to an injury, plus many other missing this camp, perhaps the USMNT can point to that having a huge impact on their performance.
However, there are now just 90 minutes of action separating the USMNT from the World Cup and unless they improve dramatically against Saudi Arabia next week, there will be a lot of pressure mounting on Berhalter’s young side.
Huge number of giveaways a massive concern: In the first 35 minutes the USMNT gave the ball away 28 times in their own defensive third. 28. That rose to 39 times in a first half where they just couldn’t connect a pass and in defense and midfield they look so far off it. Weston McKennie’s horrible giveaway led to Japan’s opener and the USMNT never looked comfortable in possession. Yes, the pitch may have been bobbly but that didn’t impact Japan. Gregg Berhalter loves to play out of the back but Japan’s high-pressing befuddled the USMNT and they didn’t have a Plan B. On this showing  Wales, England and Iran press the U.S. high in November, they will have plenty of joy. Yes, the USMNT were missing Cameron Carter-Vickers, Antonee Robinson, Yunus Musah, Christian Pulisic and Tim Weah due to injury but there is no way this display should have been this disjointed.
Center back remains a big problem: Aaron Long and Walker Zimmerman owe Matt Turner a beer, or three, as he made big stops to bail them out. Both of the USMNT’s center backs made huge mistakes in the first half and Turner came up with saves to stop Japan from making the most of it. With all the talk around who will partner Zimmerman at center back in Qatar, we have more questions than answers after this display. There is perhaps a feeling that Cameron Carter-Vickers and Chris Richards may actually be a better pairing and Long and even Mark McKenzie may have played themselves out of the World Cup squad.
Japan a clinical finisher away from being very good: Okay, so now is probably not the time to panic for the USMNT as Japan are a very good team. They have a very tough group in the World Cup as they face Spain, Germany and Costa Rica in Group E. On this showing, they will give the powerhouses of Spain and Germany a run for their money. If Japan had a clinical forward, they would cause huge problems for opponents in Qatar. In midfield they are so slick and tidy and cause massive problems with their high-pressing.
Matt Turner is the first-choice goalkeeper: The main positive (perhaps only positive) to come from this game is that Matt Turner is the clear starter for the USMNT. He has only played once for Arsenal so far this season but he looks very sharp, made three important saves and he is ahead of Zack Steffen in the pecking order. Turner will get plenty of minutes in the Europa League and League Cup before the World Cup so he will be ready to roll in November.
Japan pressed high in a 4-4-2 formation and let Long and Zimmerman have the ball and they were tasked with building out from the back. That did not go well for the USMNT in the first half as the gave the ball away so many times and Japan pressed in numbers, kept the ball well and should have scored a few goals early on. In the second half Sam Vines was asked to push further forward by Gregg Berhalter when the U.S. had the ball and basically play as a left winger. That meant the USMNT played in a 3-4-2-1 formation and although it left them a bit exposed defensively it at least helped them get on the front foot a little more in the second half. Still, there was still no fluency in midfield and attack to sustain any kind of pressure. Japan stopped the USMNT building from the back and the U.S. really had no Plan B.
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A trip to the Murcia, Spain on Tuesday, Sept. 27 as they face Saudi Arabia in a friendly, their final game before the World Cup kicks off in November.
Date: Friday, September 23
Kick off time: 8:25am ET
Where: Dusseldorf Arena, Germany
How to watch: ESPN 2, UnimasTUDN
GOALLL! Mitoma curls home a beauty. Game. Set. Match. Japan have been excellent.
Brenden Aaronson whips a shot just wide. That is the closest the USMNT have come in the second half.
Arsenal’s Matt Turner is having himself quite the game today. #USMNT
(via @TUDNUSA)pic.twitter.com/bB5aW2e0kP
— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) September 23, 2022

20 minutes to go in Dusseldorf. Not much going on for the USMNT.
SAVE! Matt Turner with a fine low stop to deny Kamada. McKenzie with the mistake and Kamada cut inside Cannon but Turner tipped it away. Japan pushing for the second.
Japan have settled down again and are knocking it around nicely. The U.S. bench are screaming for their players to get up the field.
A bit better from the USMNT in the second half. Sam Vines is being asked to push further up on the left flank. The U.S. are exposed defensively but at least have a few more options in attack.
Sargent, Morris, McKenzie and Cannon on at HT for the USMNT. Ferreira, Reyna, Long and Dest subbed off. Big 45 minutes coming up for the USMNT to see if they can get into this game.
HALF TIME: That was very poor from the USMNT. Japan deservedly lead and they should be ahead by more. No attacking intent from the U.S. whatsoever and so many bad giveaways.
Japan are totally in control here. They are knocking it around nicely and the USMNT just can’t keep the ball.
GOALLLL! 1-0 to Japan. Daichi Kamada finishes after another poor giveaway in midfield from USMNT, this time from McKennie. VAR used to give the goal after it was initially ruled out for offside. Japan totally deserve this lead. USA have been absolutely all over the place and could be down by at least a couple of goals.
👏⚽️🇯🇵 Daichi Kamada gives Japan the lead against the #USMNT and it is totally deserved.
Weston McKennie with a poor giveaway in central midfield and Japan make the most of it.
🎥 @TUDNUSA pic.twitter.com/H2Z7SkyOZE
— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) September 23, 2022

Japan look so slick on the ball in the final third. USMNT just can’t deal with the speed of passing and movement. Being stretched all over the place.
SAVE! Great stop by Matt Turner to deny Kamada after a terrible giveaway from Walker Zimmerman. Japan should be 1-0 up. USMNT’s center back duo of Aaron Long and Zimmerman have both given the ball away very cheaply already which has led to Japan’s best chances. Not great.
.@headdturnerr called into action early pic.twitter.com/9nDfcdzLep
— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) September 23, 2022

CHANCE! Big opportunity for the USMNT, as Sergino Dest surges down the right and clips in a lovely cross to Jesus Ferreira. Six yards out and unmarked but he heads over. That’s a great chance wasted.
Pretty slow tempo to start this game. The grass looks pretty long on this pitch.
Aaron Long with a bad giveaway and Japan get a shot on target. They should have made more of that.
KICK OFF: We are underway in Dusseldorf! Luca de la Torre surges down the right but his cross is blocked. There is quite a racket inside the stadium with lots of drums but there aren’t many fans.
An update on Pulisic sounds more positive and he could actually face Saudi Arabia next week.
Gregg Berhalter on Christian Pulisic: “He took a knock in training. We spoke with the club and it is precautionary. He is day to day and hopefully he can take part on Tuesday [vs Saudi Arabia].” #USMNT #CFC
— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) September 23, 2022

In terms of the actual players who will be facing Japan, there aren’t really any surprises here.
Sergino Dest starts at right back, Walker Zimmerman captains the side at center back and Luca de la Torre starts in central midfield alongside McKennie and Adams. Gio Reyna and Brenden Aaronson start as they will support Jesus Ferreira.
Our men in Düsseldorf 🇺🇸
— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) September 23, 2022

BREAKING team news: This is not great news for the USMNT. Christian Pulisic has been injured in training and will play no part against Japan. U.S. Soccer released a statement saying that Pulisic would be monitored and his availability for the game against Saudi Arabia next Tuesday will be determined soon. More details below, but this is a blow for Berhalter.
🚨 BREAKING: Christian Pulisic ruled out of 🇺🇸 #USMNT‘s friendly against Japan today due to injury.
Latest details, analysis ⤵️ #CFC https://t.co/1U6M27jNRL
— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) September 23, 2022

Hello and good morning! Get that coffee pot fired up and strap in for a key World Cup warm-up game for the USMNT. Only 180 minutes separates Gregg Berhalter’s boys from the World Cup in Qatar in November and this game against Japan is a huge opportunity for plenty of players.
The big storylines swirling around the USMNT ahead of these friendlies seem to have been swirling around this young team for much of the last two years: who is going to play up front and who will be the second center back?
With red-hot Jordan Pefok surprisingly left off this roster despite his incredible start to the season for Bundesliga leaders Union Berlin, the duo of Ricardo Pepi and Josh Sargent have been given one final chance to prove themselves to Berhalter. Gio Reyna is back in the squad, which is a huge boost, and it gives Berhalter so many options in the attacking midfield areas. How will he squeeze Brenden Aaronson, Christian Pulisic and Reyna into the same starting lineup? Can he?
At center back things have been complicated by injuries to Cameron Carter-Vickers and Chris Richards, who were set to battle it out to see who starts alongside Walker Zimmerman at the World Cup. The likes of Aaron Long, Mark McKenzie and Erik Palmer-Brown will see this as a huge opportunity to make the roster as it seems unlikely Miles Robinson will make the squad following his Achilles injury. Yunus Musah being out with an injury is a blow as he was certain to start alongside Tyler Adams and Weston McKennie in midfield. In goal, Zack Steffen is out after being out injured and only just returning so Ethan Horvath and Sean Johnson will battle it out for that third and final goalkeeping spot with Matt Turner now looking like the starter as he gets the nod to start against Japan.
Leeds United playmaker Brenden Aaronson has had a fine start to his Premier League career over the last few months and the 21-year-old is fired up with the World Cup just two months away.
“It’s crazy to think how close the World Cup is, it’s at the back of your head,” Aaronson told reporters. “With Leeds at the moment I really haven’t had a chance to think about it but it’s really growing. Seeing the guys again and thinking ‘wow, this is the last two games before the World Cup comes.’ It comes as you fast. I think the preparation and what we’ve done over the last years, we’re all ready to go and we are all looking forward to it.”
This will be just the third meeting all-time between Japan and the USMNT, as the first meeting in 1993 in Tokyo saw the hosts run out 3-1 winners with Hugo Perez grabbing the USA’s only goal. The last time these teams met was in 2006 as the USMNT won 3-2 in San Francisco as goals from Eddie Pope, Clint Dempsey and Taylor Twellman put them 3-0 up and the U.S. held on for victory.
This is a very experienced side with captain Maya Yoshida (114 caps) marshalling the back line, plus full back Yuto Nagatoma (136 caps) and goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima (95 caps) also mainstays in this squad for at least a decade, plus Arsenal’s Takehiro Tomiyasu a key part of their defense. Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt), Ritsu Doan (Freiburg), Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic) and Takumi Minamino (Monaco) are attacking talents to look out for. Japan and their boss Hajime Moriyasu know they have been handed a tough assessment at the World Cup but they’re usually very good at exceeding expectations and they breezed through qualifying in the Asian Football Confederation to reach their seventh-straight World Cup.
With injuries in defense and midfield, opportunities have popped up all over the place for USMNT players to make one final statement before the World Cup roster is announced. Many expected  Erik Palmer-Brown and Mark McKenzie to get plenty of minutes at center back, but Aaron Long starts alongside Zimmerman. While there is a bit of a battle at left back with Antonee Robinson missing this squad with injury. Can Joe Scally and Sam Vines give Berhalter even more headaches in the full back area? Following his great start to the season with Antwerp, Vines starts at left back in this game against Japan.
Luca de la Torre starts in midfield alongside Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams, while up top is where this will get really intriguing. Berhalter will try to give balance to his side but also get all of his top attacking talents in the game at the same time. Berhalter has mentioned both Reyna and Aaronson will be looked at in a deeper central midfield role but with Christian Pulisic being out with an injury, Reyna and Aaronson start out wide. Duo Josh Sargent and Ricardo Pepi haven’t grabbed the No. 9 jersey from Jesus Ferreira, for now, as the FC Dallas star gets the nod up top.
Our men in Düsseldorf 🇺🇸
— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) September 23, 2022

Christian Pulisic will miss the USMNT’s clash against Japan due to injury, U.S. Soccer has confirmed.
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Pulisic, 24, was scheduled to be a key man (as always) for the USMNT in their final two friendlies before the World Cup kicks off in November.
However, a statement was released by U.S. Soccer after Pulisic was left out of the starting lineup for the friendly against Japan in Dusseldorf, Germany.
It has since been revealed that Pulisic suffered a knock in training early this week and has been left out as a precaution.
“Christian Pulisic is off today’s roster because of a knock he took in training earlier this week. He will be evaluated day-to-day for his availability to play against Saudi Arabia on Sept. 27 in Murcia, Spain,” U.S. Soccer said.
So, Pulisic could miss the game against Saudi Arabia as well.
This is not great news for Gregg Berhalter who will have wanted his best starting lineup together for these final two friendlies.
With Zack Steffen, Yunus Musah, Antonee Robinson, Chris Richards, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tim Weah and now Pulisic all going down with injuries, this isn’t the best preparation possible.
However, it does provide opportunities for others.
Berhalter spoke to ESPN before kick off and Jon Champion and Taylor Twellman revealed that if Pulisic had this knock during the World Cup, he would be patched up to play in the game. So it isn’t that serious.
“He took a knock in training. We spoke with the club and it is precautionary,” Berhalter said. “He is day to day and hopefully he can take part on Tuesday [vs Saudi Arabia].” 
Pulisic and all USMNT fans will be hoping that this small issue won’t impact the Chelsea winger at all ahead of the World Cup which kicks off in less than 60 days.
That said, his issues with injuries continue to concern USMNT fans as he just can’t seem to stay fit for an extended period of time.

With the 2022 World Cup fast approaching, plenty of World Cup kits are starting to be released and there are some intriguing looks.
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From Mexico’s snazzy away number to Germany going for a solid new look for their home kit and Puma rolling out a very specific and similar look for their national teams, just like they did for their club teams on their away kits, there is a lot to unpack here.
When November rolls around and the World Cup kicks off, which one of these jerseys will you be wearing with pride? And which one will you be wearing because it looks really cool?
Below is our rankings of the World Cup kits which have been released.
This is a lovely away kit and will become a classic. Expect these beauties to fly off the shelves and be a jersey that neutrals love just as much as El Tri fans. The home kit is very decent too.

From our roots to our present. ❤️⚽️
Meet our new away jersey for the World Cup, Incondicionales. 🇲🇽😍#ElOrigenQueNosUne pic.twitter.com/5fib7L44UK
— Mexican National Team (@miseleccionmxEN) August 29, 2022

Absolutely sensational work. The home kit is unique enough but still sticks to Portugal’s bold colors, while the away kit is a classic too.
🇵🇹 #VesteABandeira. Inspirado nas cores da Nação Valente, o equipamento oficial da nossa Seleção já está disponível 👕 @nikefootball
🛒: https://t.co/JkIEKLw6A9
🇵🇹 #WearTheFlag. Inspired by the colors of the Brave Nation, our official kits are now available 👕 #NikeFC pic.twitter.com/yhYsqpejjd
— Portugal (@selecaoportugal) September 15, 2022

Oh, wow. This is absolutely beautiful. The away shirt is majestic and the home shirt is classic but with some intriguing detail on the sleeves. Nicely done.
Nowa koszulka reprezentacji Polski jest już dostępna w naszym Sklepie Kibica! 🇵🇱 #KoszulkaMarzenie #KierunekKatar
— Łączy nas piłka (@LaczyNasPilka) September 15, 2022

Well, this is another classic. Japan’s home kit is inspired by anime and the design is bold and recognizable. The away kit is fantastic too, especially the long-sleeved version.
日本を、歓喜で染めろ。#サッカー日本代表 2022 ユニフォームのコンセプトは #ORIGAMI
👉https://t.co/bRzdXVKEJA#アディダス #daihyo#日本を歓喜で染めろ pic.twitter.com/oyD82vbSqA
— アディダス ジャパン (@adidasJP) August 29, 2022

The home and away kits are both lovely and the colors just work together. Well done.
Montrer au monde ce que la France a de plus beau 🇫🇷 @nikefootball
🛒 https://t.co/S3nKmkYlCJ pic.twitter.com/pWEKlLHgJP
— Equipe de France ⭐⭐ (@equipedefrance) September 15, 2022

The home kit is classic. You can’t really mess up the blue and white stripes. Again, another lovely away kit. The purple is perfect and this just looks slick and silky. Much like Lionel Messi’s footwork.

Te presentamos nuestra nueva camiseta alternativa para el Mundial de #Qatar 💜
De la mano de nuestro capitán, Leo #Messi 😍
¡Vamos Argentina! 🇦🇷#adidasfootball #WorldCup @adidasAR pic.twitter.com/t0h2ZLpbIC
— Selección Argentina 🇦🇷 (@Argentina) August 29, 2022

These are beautiful. The right color red on the home shirt and just enough going on without overdoing it. The away shirt is also bold and the collar is lovely. Well done.
“The Dragon on my shirt is all I need.”
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿❤️🔥 The new @adidasfootball Cymru World Cup kit is available now in store and online at @JDOfficial!
Gorau Chwarae Cyd Chwarae#TogetherStronger pic.twitter.com/REAkdLpjeM
— Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@Cymru) September 15, 2022

Home kit looks like a classic and the away shirt is pretty decent too, but some people may not like the funky print on the shoulders.

The blue panels on the home kit are a bit meh but the away kit is a retro beauty.
Nike have released England’s home and away kits for the upcoming World Cup ⚪️🔴
Major throwback feels 🤩 pic.twitter.com/0pO1HzM6yl
— Midnite Football (@MidniteFtbl) September 15, 2022

They kind of ruined a classic with the home kit. It’s still cool but only having the checkered design on part of the home shirt is weird. The away kit is majestic.
The classic red checks on the Home jersey are remixed with a modern twist to reflect the energy and pride of our country.#Croatia | @nikefootball | #Vatreni❤️‍🔥 pic.twitter.com/LV1TnEqNjL
— HNS (@HNS_CFF) September 15, 2022

The new Away Jersey is inspired by Croatia’s nightlife and natural beauty, with vibrant Laser Blue checks reflecting the vibrancy of our country’s fast-moving festival culture and the azure waters of our coastline.#Croatia | @nikefootball | #Vatreni❤️‍🔥 pic.twitter.com/RAjYGDzJE8
— HNS (@HNS_CFF) September 15, 2022

Pretty nice designs here. They could have gone with the plain white for the home and plain green for the away, but the snazzy designs work. Especially for the away kit.
The home shirt looks kind of velvety? Not the usual bright orange, which will upset some. The blue away kit is sleek and the real winner here.
Oranje Pride is Never Done.
Introducing our new 2022 Home & Away Collection! 🧡🇳🇱@nikefootball pic.twitter.com/fjDiP5qgTB
— OnsOranje (@OnsOranje) September 15, 2022

This is the best of the Puma jerseys, as Senegal’s away kit is very distinctive and the green is lovely. This big panel on the middle of the kit is something we will get used to seeing a lot of during the World Cup.
Lions of Teranga 🇸🇳
The 2022 @Fsfofficielle Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/FGLYxt44j1
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022

Again, another Puma away kit but this Ghana shirt has plenty of personality.
Bold meets proud 🇬🇭
The 2022 @ghanafaofficial Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/wkVNd508Ok
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022

This is fine. Expect a bit better from Die Mannschaft and it feels like they should have an all white jersey for their home kit.
Created in the studio – mastered on the pitch 💪
Können nicht erwarten, unsere neuen Trikots im Stadion zu sehen 😍
Ab sofort erhältlich auf:
➡️ https://t.co/I3vY7E3flJ #adidasFootball @adidas pic.twitter.com/p1nGoIldZ9
— DFB-Team (@DFB_Team) August 29, 2022

The hosts have a simple, clean look. The away shirt has a nice golden pattern on it. Not bad.
The colours that have been witness to the landmark moments throughout our history 🎨🇶🇦
#AlAnnabi pic.twitter.com/7O95b6zLNE
— Qatar Football Association (@QFA_EN) September 15, 2022

The home shirt has not been received well by fans, and some players, for being too boring. But the away shirt is pretty nice.
The USMNT drop their home and away kits for the 2022 World Cup 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/NuLWtxAyzs
— B/R Football (@brfootball) September 15, 2022

A bit plain, but like the collar and sleeve trims and the circular pattern around the middle is very cool.
It’s in the details 🇲🇦
The 2022 @EnMaroc Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/FozZhwFTCQ
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022

Eh, this could have been so much better. Spain’s home kit looks bland and the away kit is just too much with that pattern.
😍 ¡𝘾𝙤𝙢𝙥𝙡𝙚𝙩𝙖 𝙡𝙖 𝙛𝙧𝙖𝙨𝙚!
✍🏻 Nuestras nuevas equipaciones para #Qatar2022 son ____.#VamosEspaña pic.twitter.com/siLXV6hiRw
— Selección Española de Fútbol (@SEFutbol) August 29, 2022

Not quite sure what to make of this. The same velvety style as the Netherlands home shirt on Australia’s home shirt. Just doesn’t work. The away kit is also just very bland.

These home kits are just a little too plain and the flame pattern on the shoulder isn’t great and looks like a shirt I’d wear to my midweek bowling league. A missed opportunity. The same applies for the away kit. Belgium’s golden generation won’t look golden this World Cup.
Meet our new @adidasfootball #WorldCup shirts! 👕😍 #DEVILTIME #FLAMETIME pic.twitter.com/OOvBLNJAGt
— Belgian Red Devils (@BelRedDevils) September 19, 2022

Meet our new #WorldCup away kits! 😍 #DEVILTIME pic.twitter.com/xgNCYWQpFS
— Belgian Red Devils (@BelRedDevils) September 23, 2022

Again, another Puma away kit which looks very similar. Uruguay’s iconic sky blue could have been used a lot better on this away shirt.
La Celeste in a fresh take 🇺🇾
The 2022 @AUFOficial Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/eAAeaydz2w
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022

Lovely gold in the design and makes the white away kit pop a little.
The Eagles have landed 🇷🇸
The 2022 @FSSrbije Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/E8Dwn3Yemc
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022

Just very bland. Not a lot going on and the panel in the middle is just a bit of an eyesore.
Stand for Suisse 🇨🇭
The 2022 @nati_sfv_asf Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/KEM3u9xwz0
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022


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