See the 32 Teams that Have Qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia

A list of the 32 teams that have qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia have been revealed as Peru clinched the last qualification ticket.

Joyous Peru players: now bound for Russia World Cup
Peru became the last country to secure qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia by beating New Zealand yesterday night.
Here is a list of the 32 countries to play in the World Cup 2018
1. Russia: The hosts qualified when they won the chance to host the competition back in Dec 2010.
2. Brazil: CONMEBOL round robin winners, qualified way back on March 28, 2017
3. Iran: AFC third round group A winners
4. Japan: AFC third round group B winners
5. South Korea: Runners-up to Iran in Group A
6. Saudi Arabia: Runners-up in Group B
7. Mexico: North and central America and Caribbean round 5 winners
8. Belgium: Uefa group H winners (first European team) who qualified on Sept 3
9. Germany: Sealed their place as Group C winners after beating Northern Ireland 3-1 in Belfast
10. England: Gareth Southgate’s side beat Slovenia at Wembley to secure their spot in Russia as winners of Group F
11. Poland: Poland became to fourth European team to qualify having dropped points in just two games in Group E
12. Costa Rica: Reached their fourth World Cup finals with a game remaining from their CONCACAF qualification group
13. Nigeria: Became the first side from Africa to reach Russia and have now missed just one tournament – Germany 2006 – since first qualifying 1994
14. Egypt: Mohamed Salah scored twice to send the north Africans into their first finals since 1990
15. Iceland: Have qualified for their first ever World Cup, pipping Croatia to a guaranteed place in Russia
16. Serbia: Winners of Group D
17. Spain: The 2010 champions qualified as Group G winners finishing five points ahead of Italy
18. France: Qualified as winners of Group A
19. Portugal: Beat Switzerland in their final qualification game to reach next summer’s finals
20. Panama: Reached their first World Cup after beating Costa Rica in the final group game of their qualification campaign
21. Argentina: Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick in his side’s final qualification game to secure their place in the finals
22. Uruguay: Finished second to Brazil in their group to secure their place in the finals
23. Colombia: Took the fourth and final automatic qualification spot in the South American group
24. Senegal: CAF Group D winners
25. Morocco: CAF Group C winners
26. Tunisia: CAF Group A winners
27. Switzerland: Won two-leg play-off with Northern Ireland
28. Croatia: Won two-leg play-off with Greece
29. Sweden: Won two-leg play-off with Italy
30. Denmark – Won two-leg play-off with Republic of Ireland
31. Australia – Defeated Honduras in a two-leg play-off
32. Peru – Secured last place with victory over New Zealand in two-leg play-off