The three CONCACAF slots for the 2022 World Cup have been filled - Mexico, the USA, and Canada will join twenty-nine other nations in Qatar this winter.
After the third day of the January break, only five teams remain in contention for FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualification and only three matchdays remain.
On the second matchday of the January break, Canada steams ahead of rivals, the USA and Mexico, in the CONCACAF 2022 qualifiers race.
Canada, the USA and Mexico boosted their FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifying chances with decisive wins on the first matchday of the January window.
After eight November window battles, CONCACAF’s World Cup qualifier games for the year are over, with Canada ready to enjoy the winter break as tournament top dogs.
The October break saw CONCACAF’s qualifiers approach their midway point and the standings starting to shape up with gains and losses across the board.
The first of six international windows for the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers is complete; teams are off the starting blocks and battling for their 2022 tournament slot.
CONCACAF’s World Cup qualifiers are about to start. Over the next week, the final eight teams will complete their first final round battles in the race to 2022.
The 2022 qualifiers kicked off recently in North, Central America, and the Caribbean, with many minor teams on the roster, which will be at Qatar's World Cup?