The final round of World Cup qualifying is taking place!
16 countries have secured their places alongside Russia at 2018’s 32-team tournament.
Brazil, who have won five-times, are there. Defending champions Germany as well as Belgium, Costa Rica, Egypt, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Korea and Spain will also arrive.
England are already through to the World Cup play-offs.
Scotland also have the chance to finish second in their group, which could give them a place in the play-offs for Russia 2018.
Wales crashed out on Monday night after losing to Ireland, who will also make it to the play-offs.
It was a crushing end to their campaign. Wales last appeared at a World Cup event in 1958.
On October 17th, play-off dates will be drawn in Zurich. Then, on December 1st, groups will be drawn. That’s how we know who is likely to face each other.
The World Cup takes place 14th June to 15th July 2018 in Russia.
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