1999 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification
- Africa - represented by the CAF: 2 berths
- Asia - AFC: 3
- Europe - UEFA: 6
- North, Central America & the Caribbean - CONCACAF: 2.5 (USA qualified automatically as hosts)
- Oceania - OFC: 1
- South America - CONMEBOL: 1.5
Qualified teams 
Qualification groups 
Africa (CAF) 
Asia (AFC) 
The three Asian teams to qualify to the World Cup were the two finalists and the third-placed of the 1997 AFC Women's Championship.
Europe (UEFA) 
The 16 teams belonging to Class A of European women's football were drawn into four groups, from which the group winners qualify for the World Cup. The four runners-up were drawn into two home-and-away knock-out matches, winners of those matches also qualifying.
North, Central America & the Caribbean (CONCACAF) 
The 1998 CONCACAF's Women's Championship winner Canada qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup 1999. The runner-up Mexico qualified in two playoff-matches against the second-placed team of CONMEBOL - Argentina. The United States qualified as hosts.
Oceania (OFC) 
- Qualified: Australia
South America (CONMEBOL) 
- Qualified: Brazil
The runner-ups of COMNEBOL's and CONCACAF's qualifications played for one berth.
|December 14, 1998
|December 19, 1998
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