2018 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL)

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2018 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL)
Tournament details
Dates8 October 2015 – 10 October 2017
Teams10 (from 1 confederation)
Tournament statistics
Matches played90
Goals scored242 (2.69 per match)
Attendance3,365,010 (37,389 per match)
Top scorer(s)Uruguay Edinson Cavani
(10 goals)
2014
2022

The South American section of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification acted as qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup held in Russia, for national teams which are members of the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). A total of 4.5 slots (4 direct slots and 1 inter-confederation play-off slot) in the final tournament were available for CONMEBOL teams.[1]

Two-time defending Copa América champions Chile did not qualify for 2018 FIFA World Cup after a 3–0 loss to Brazil on the final day of qualifying campaign, resulting in a sixth-place finish. As a result, following intercontinental play-offs against the record five-time OFC Nations Cup champions New Zealand, Peru qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1982.

Format[edit]

The qualification structure was the same as for the previous five tournaments. The ten teams played in a league of home-and-away round-robin matches. The top four teams qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and the fifth-placed team advanced to the inter-confederation play-offs.

Unlike previous qualifying tournaments where the fixtures were pre-determined, the fixtures were determined by draw, which was held as part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw on 25 July 2015, starting 18:00 MSK (UTC+3), at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg, Russia.[2]

For scheduling reasons, Argentina and Brazil were automatically positioned as Teams 4 and 5 respectively to ensure that no team has to play both of them on any double matchday.[3][4] The remaining eight teams were drawn into one of the remaining eight positions from Teams 1 to 10 (except 4 and 5).

Entrants[edit]

All ten national teams from CONMEBOL entered qualification.[5]

Note: Bolded teams qualified for the World Cup. Peru advanced to the inter-confederation play-offs.

Draw
position[6]
Team FIFA ranking
at start of event[7]
1  Colombia 5
2  Chile 9
3  Paraguay 61
4  Argentina 1
5  Brazil 7
6  Ecuador 31
7  Venezuela 69
8  Bolivia 67
9  Peru 50
10  Uruguay 20

Schedule[edit]

There were a total of 18 matchdays: four in 2015, eight in 2016, and six in 2017.[8]

2015
Matchday Date
Matchday 1 5–13 October 2015
Matchday 2
Matchday 3 9–17 November 2015
Matchday 4
2016
Matchday Date
Matchday 5 21–29 March 2016
Matchday 6
Matchday 7 29 August – 6 September 2016
Matchday 8
Matchday 9 3–11 October 2016
Matchday 10
Matchday 11 7–15 November 2016
Matchday 12
2017
Matchday Date
Matchday 13 20–28 March 2017
Matchday 14
Matchday 15 28 August – 5 September 2017
Matchday 16
Matchday 17 2–10 October 2017
Matchday 18

The inter-confederation play-offs were scheduled to be played between 6–14 November 2017.[9]

The fixtures for CONMEBOL qualification were decided based on the draw positions, as follows:

Matchday Fixtures
Matchday 1 1 v 9, 2 v 5, 4 v 6, 7 v 3, 8 v 10
Matchday 2 3 v 4, 5 v 7, 6 v 8, 9 v 2, 10 v 1
Matchday 3 2 v 1, 4 v 5, 6 v 10, 8 v 7, 9 v 3
Matchday 4 1 v 4, 3 v 8, 5 v 9, 7 v 6, 10 v 2
Matchday 5 2 v 4, 5 v 10, 6 v 3, 8 v 1, 9 v 7
Matchday 6 1 v 6, 3 v 5, 4 v 8, 7 v 2, 10 v 9
Matchday 7 1 v 7, 3 v 2, 4 v 10, 6 v 5, 8 v 9
Matchday 8 2 v 8, 5 v 1, 7 v 4, 9 v 6, 10 v 3
Matchday 9 3 v 1, 5 v 8, 6 v 2, 9 v 4, 10 v 7
Matchday Fixtures
Matchday 10 1 v 10, 2 v 9, 4 v 3, 7 v 5, 8 v 6
Matchday 11 1 v 2, 3 v 9, 5 v 4, 7 v 8, 10 v 6
Matchday 12 2 v 10, 4 v 1, 6 v 7, 8 v 3, 9 v 5
Matchday 13 1 v 8, 3 v 6, 4 v 2, 7 v 9, 10 v 5
Matchday 14 2 v 7, 5 v 3, 6 v 1, 8 v 4, 9 v 10
Matchday 15 2 v 3, 5 v 6, 7 v 1, 9 v 8, 10 v 4
Matchday 16 1 v 5, 3 v 10, 4 v 7, 6 v 9, 8 v 2
Matchday 17 1 v 3, 2 v 6, 4 v 9, 7 v 10, 8 v 5
Matchday 18 3 v 7, 5 v 2, 6 v 4, 9 v 1, 10 v 8

Standings[edit]

2018 FIFA World Cup qualification tiebreakers
In league format, the ranking of teams in each group was based on the following criteria (regulations Articles 20.6 and 20.7):[10]
  1. Points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss)
  2. Overall goal difference
  3. Overall goals scored
  4. Points in matches between tied teams
  5. Goal difference in matches between tied teams
  6. Goals scored in matches between tied teams
  7. Away goals scored in matches between tied teams (if the tie was only between two teams in home-and-away league format)
  8. Fair play points
    • first yellow card: minus 1 point
    • indirect red card (second yellow card): minus 3 points
    • direct red card: minus 4 points
    • yellow card and direct red card: minus 5 points
  9. Drawing of lots by the FIFA Organising Committee
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification Brazil Uruguay Argentina Colombia Peru Chile Paraguay Ecuador Bolivia Venezuela
1  Brazil 18 12 5 1 41 11 +30 41 Qualification to 2018 FIFA World Cup 2–2 3–0 2–1 3–0 3–0 3–0 2–0 5–0 3–1
2  Uruguay 18 9 4 5 32 20 +12 31 1–4 0–0 3–0 1–0 3–0 4–0 2–1 4–2 3–0
3  Argentina 18 7 7 4 19 16 +3 28 1–1 1–0 3–0 0–0 1–0 0–1 0–2 2–0 1–1
4  Colombia 18 7 6 5 21 19 +2 27 1–1 2–2 0–1 2–0 0–0 1–2 3–1 1–0 2–0
5  Peru 18 7 5 6 27 26 +1 26 Advance to inter-confederation play-offs 0–2 2–1 2–2 1–1 3–4 1–0 2–1 2–1 2–2
6  Chile 18 8 2 8 26 27 −1 26 2–0 3–1 1–2 1–1 2–1 0–3 2–1 3–0 3–1
7  Paraguay 18 7 3 8 19 25 −6 24 2–2 1–2 0–0 0–1 1–4 2–1 2–1 2–1 0–1
8  Ecuador 18 6 2 10 26 29 −3 20 0–3 2–1 1–3 0–2 1–2 3–0 2–2 2–0 3–0
9  Bolivia 18 4 2 12 16 38 −22 14 0–0 0–2 2–0 2–3 0–3 1–0 1–0 2–2 4–2
10  Venezuela 18 2 6 10 19 35 −16 12 0–2 0–0 2–2 0–0 2–2 1–4 0–1 1–3 5–0
Source: FIFA
Rules for classification: Qualification tiebreakers

Matches[edit]

Matchday 1[edit]

Bolivia 0–2 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
  • Cáceres 10'
  • Godín 69'
Attendance: 36,000

Colombia 2–0 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 44,000

Venezuela 0–1 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Cachamay, Ciudad Guayana
Attendance: 38,618

Chile 2–0 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Argentina 0–2 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 40,000

Matchday 2[edit]

Ecuador 2–0 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 27,333
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Uruguay 3–0 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 39,000
Referee: Héber Lopes (Brazil)

Paraguay 0–0 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 28,889

Brazil 3–1 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 48,970

Peru 3–4 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 39,180

Matchday 3[edit]

Bolivia 4–2 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 30,923

Ecuador 2–1 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 32,650

Chile 1–1 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Argentina 1–1 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 53,000

Peru 1–0 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 26,000

Matchday 4[edit]

Colombia 0–1 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Carlos Vera (Ecuador)

Venezuela 1–3 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Cachamay, Ciudad Guayana
Attendance: 31,659
Referee: Gery Vargas (Bolivia)

Paraguay 2–1 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,850

Uruguay 3–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 58,000

Brazil 3–0 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 45,000

Matchday 5[edit]

Bolivia 2–3 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 26,765

Ecuador 2–2 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 34,817

Chile 1–2 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 44,536
Referee: Héber Lopes (Brazil)

Peru 2–2 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,459

Brazil 2–2 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 45,010

Matchday 6[edit]

Colombia 3–1 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 38,400
Referee: Enrique Osses (Chile)

Uruguay 1–0 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 55,000

Venezuela 1–4 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 24,101
Referee: Diego Haro (Peru)

Argentina 2–0 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 53,000

Paraguay 2–2 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 34,457

Matchday 7[edit]

Bolivia 0–3
Awarded[note 2]
 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 26,765

Colombia 2–0 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 37,099

Ecuador 0–3 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 37,887

Argentina 1–0 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 44,597

Paraguay 2–1 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 25,000

Matchday 8[edit]

Uruguay 4–0 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 39,400

Chile 3–0
Awarded[note 3]
 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Venezuela 2–2 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 42,000

Brazil 2–1 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 36,609

Peru 2–1 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 30,000

Matchday 9[edit]

Ecuador 3–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 30,000

Uruguay 3–0 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 44,880

Paraguay 0–1 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 33,000

Brazil 5–0 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 40,013

Peru 2–2 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 39,700
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Matchday 10[edit]

Bolivia 2–2 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 18,033

Colombia 2–2 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 47,000

Argentina 0–1 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 51,200

Chile 2–1 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Venezuela 0–2 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 42,700

Matchday 11[edit]

Colombia 0–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 45,916

Uruguay 2–1 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 54,868

Paraguay 1–4 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 36,000

Brazil 3–0 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Attendance: 53,490

Venezuela 5–0 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 49,750

Matchday 12[edit]

Bolivia 1–0 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 13,285

Ecuador 3–0 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Roberto Tobar (Chile)

Argentina 3–0 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 24,000

Chile 3–1 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Peru 0–2 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 38,700

Matchday 13[edit]

Colombia 1–0 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 39,000

Paraguay 2–1 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 16,287

Uruguay 1–4 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 55,676

Argentina 1–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Venezuela 2–2 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,920

Matchday 14[edit]

Bolivia 2–0 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 29,943

Ecuador 0–2 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,538

Chile 3–1 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Brazil 3–0 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Arena Corinthians, São Paulo
Attendance: 45,000

Peru 2–1 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 36,200

Matchday 15[edit]

Venezuela 0–0 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 38,479

Chile 0–3 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)

Uruguay 0–0 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 55,000

Brazil 2–0 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Arena do Grêmio, Porto Alegre
Attendance: 38,000

Peru 2–1 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 60,000

Matchday 16[edit]

Bolivia 1–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 31,555

Colombia 1–1 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 46,500

Ecuador 1–2 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,000

Argentina 1–1 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Roberto Tobar (Chile)

Paraguay 1–2 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Matchday 17[edit]

Bolivia 0–0 Brazil
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 34,725

Venezuela 0–0 Uruguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 32,100

Argentina 0–0 Peru
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
La Bombonera, Buenos Aires
Attendance: 47,960

Chile 2–1 Ecuador
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Colombia 1–2 Paraguay
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 47,000

Matchday 18[edit]

Brazil 3–0 Chile
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Allianz Parque, São Paulo
Attendance: 46,008

Ecuador 1–3 Argentina
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 29,000

Paraguay 0–1 Venezuela
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 38,786

Peru 1–1 Colombia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Attendance: 39,637
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Uruguay 4–2 Bolivia
Report (FIFA)
Report (CONMEBOL)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 60,000

Inter-confederation play-offs[edit]

The draw for the inter-confederation play-offs was held as part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw on 25 July 2015, starting 18:00 MSK (UTC+3), at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg.[3] The fifth-placed team from CONMEBOL was drawn against the first-placed team from OFC, with the CONMEBOL team hosting the second leg.[17]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
New Zealand  0–2  Peru 0–0 0–2

Qualified teams[edit]

The following five teams from CONMEBOL qualified for the final tournament.

Team Qualified as Qualified on Previous appearances in FIFA World Cup1
 Brazil Winners 28 March 2017 20 (all) (1930, 1934, 1938, 1950, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014)
 Uruguay Runners-up 10 October 2017 12 (1930, 1950, 1954, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1986, 1990, 2002, 2010, 2014)
 Argentina Third place 10 October 2017 16 (1930, 1934, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014)
 Colombia Fourth place 10 October 2017 5 (1962, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2014)
 Peru OFC v CONMEBOL play-off winners 15 November 2017 4 (1930, 1970, 1978, 1982)
1 Bold indicates champions for that year. Italic indicates hosts for that year.

Goalscorers[edit]

There were 242 goals scored in 90 matches, for an average of 2.69 goals per match.

10 goals

7 goals

6 goals

5 goals

4 goals

3 goals

2 goals

1 goal

1 own goal

2 own goals

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The match between Argentina and Brazil was originally scheduled to be played on 12 November 2015, 21:00 UTC−3, but was postponed to the following day due to bad weather.[11]
  2. ^ FIFA awarded Peru a 3–0 win as a result of Bolivia fielding the ineligible player Nelson Cabrera, after Bolivia had defeated Peru 2–0. Nelson Cabrera had previously represented Paraguay and did not meet eligibility rules.[12]
  3. ^ FIFA awarded Chile a 3–0 win as a result of Bolivia fielding the ineligible player Nelson Cabrera, after the match had finished 0–0. Nelson Cabrera had previously represented Paraguay and did not meet eligibility rules.[12]
  4. ^ a b c d Chile were sanctioned by FIFA to play one home match (against Bolivia on 6 September 2016) away from Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Santiago due to homophobic chants by the team's fans, with a possible ban on a second match subject to a probation period of two years.[13] Since Chile committed another infringement during this period, a second match ban on playing at Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos will be served (against Venezuela on 28 March 2017).[14] Chile was sanctioned with a ban on playing at Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos for two further matches (against Paraguay on 31 August 2017 and against Ecuador on 5 October 2017) after similar incidents.[15]
  5. ^ The match between Peru and Bolivia was originally scheduled to be played at the Estadio Nacional, but was moved to the Estadio Monumental "U" due to poor conditions of the pitch at the Estadio Nacional.[16]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ "Regulations – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia" (PDF). FIFA.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 October 2016.
  11. ^ "Argentina v Brazil postponed due to wet weather". Goal (website). 12 November 2015.
  12. ^ a b "Chile v Bolivia". FIFA. Archived from the original on 4 July 2016.
  13. ^ "FIFA sanctions several football associations after discriminatory chants by fans". FIFA. 27 May 2016. Archived from the original on 30 May 2016.
  14. ^ "Several football associations sanctioned after discriminatory and unsporting conduct of fans". FIFA. 4 October 2016. Archived from the original on 6 October 2016.
  15. ^ "Several member associations sanctioned for incidents during FIFA World Cup qualifiers and friendlies". FIFA. 19 December 2016. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016.
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