Highlights

  • Wales qualified for only their second-ever World Cup
  • Costa Rica beat New Zealand and Australia saw off Peru to seal the final 2 spots
  • 32 countries will take part in the Qatar World Cup starting November 2022

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Australia, Costa Rica and Wales secure the final 3 spots

Wales qualified for only their second-ever World Cup after beating Ukraine in a playoff earlier this month, while the final two spots were finalised this week after Costa Rica beat New Zealand and Australia saw off Peru

The 2022 FIFA World Cup lineup is complete as Australia, Costa Rica and Wales secured the final places to qualify for the marquee event.

Wales qualified for only their second-ever World Cup after beating Ukraine in a playoff earlier this month, while the final two spots were finalised this week after Costa Rica beat New Zealand and Australia saw off Peru with a penalty shoot-out victory.

Costa Rica's Ambassador was happy that his team qualified and said that they are the last to arrive, but they will not be the last to be in Qatar.

Despite some criticism in the media for the tournament being staged in Qatar, the organising committee is determined to "embrace people from all walks of life and different parts of the world."

32 countries will take part in the Qatar World Cup which kicks off in November this year.

Also read: AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: India beat Hong Kong, qualify for AFC Asian Cup 2023

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