2021 FIFA Confederations Cup
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|كأس القارات 2021
FIFA Confederations Cup 2021
|Teams||8 (from 6 confederations)|
The 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup, the 11th edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup, is expected to be held in June 2021, as a prelude to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The host will be Qatar as announced on 2 December 2010.
|Team||Confederation||Qualification||Date of qualification secured||Participation|
|Qatar||AFC||2022 FIFA World Cup host||2 December 2010||1st or 2ndA|
|TBD||TBD||2018 FIFA World Cup winner||8 July 2018||TBD|
|TBD||AFC||2019 AFC Asian Cup winner||2019||TBD|
|TBD||CONCACAF||Play-off match winner between 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup winner and 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup winner||mid-2019 or later||TBD|
|TBD||CONMEBOL||2019 Copa América winner||mid-2019||TBD|
|TBD||OFC||2020 OFC Nations Cup winner||2020||TBD|
|TBD||UEFA||UEFA Euro 2020 winner||mid-2020||TBD|
|TBD||CAF||2021 Africa Cup of Nations winner||early 2021||TBD|
- ^A Qatar may still qualify for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. If they do, they will appear in the Confederations Cup for the first time in 2017 and for the second time in 2021. Otherwise, they will make their debut appearance in 2021. Also, if Qatar win the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, the runner-up of the competition will qualify for the tournament. Similarly, if Qatar qualify for and win the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the runner-up of the competition will qualify for the tournament.
- "Gold Cup Winner to Qualify to FIFA Confederations Cup™ Playoff Match". CONCACAF.com. 04/05/2013.
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