Which countries have already qualified for the Brazil World Cup in 2014? #worldcup2014

Brazil World Cup in 2014Germany, Belgium and Switzerland on Friday became the latest European teams in the 32-team field, while Colombia secured a berth from South America.Other countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil (host), Colombia, Costa Rica, Italy, Iran, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea and U.S A. Qualifying ends Nov. 19.There are only two more matches left for national sides to secure qualification to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but which countries have already booked their place in the tournament?England can’t secure a place in Brazil until the very last game in their qualifying group. They face the daunting task of beating Montenegro and Ukraine in their final two games to guarantee their travel to Brazil 2014.But who has already qualified for the World Cup in Brazil next year? Hosts Brazil were of course the first team to secure qualification, the host nation gets an automatic place in the tournament.But who has already qualified for the World Cup in Brazil next year? Hosts Brazil were of course the first team to secure qualification, the host nation gets an automatic place in the tournament.They were joined next by Japan, Australia, Iran and South Korea who qualified through from the Asian Football Confederation.The top 10 countries requesting tickets does begin to tell the story of qualification:English fans are on of a handful of countries’ supporters to have committed themselves to high numbers of tickets without actually having qualified for the tournament.Here’s how it shapes up around the globe:AfricaAfrican World Cup qualification is complicated. compared to the group system in Europe. There were 10 groups of four teams that played each other twice, with the group winners advancing to five two-legged knock-out ties that will determine the continent’s five representatives in Brazil.African World Cup qualification is complicated. compared to the group system in Europe. There were 10 groups of four teams that played each other twice, with the group winners advancing to five two-legged knock-out ties that will determine the continent’s five representatives in Brazil.The teams that went through to the all-important play-offs are:Ethiopia; Ghana; Ivory Coast; Nigeria; Egypt; Cameroon; Senegal; Algeria; Burkina Faso; and Cape Verde.Qualification will be decided when the play-offs take place in October and November. Five of the teams will make it to Brazil.

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