See All Africa Seeds For 2022 World Cup Qualifying Draw Today

See All Africa Seeds For 2022 World Cup Qualifying Draw Today

FIFA has named all teams in the seeds for Qatar 2022 FIFA World’s Cup for African teams ahead of the draw to be held in the Egyptian capital of Cairo later today (Tuesday).

Seeding pots for Qatar 2022 FIFA World’s Cup for African teams were made by Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) ahead of second-round draws slated for Cairo.

Super Eagles of Nigeria are in Pot 1 alongside Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Black Stars of Ghana, Desert Foxes of Algeria and Teranga Lions of Senegal. Other teams in pot 1 include Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Mali and Congo Democratic Republic.

Pot 2 is made up of Burkina Faso, Bafana Bafana of South Africa, Guinea, Uganda, Cape Verde, Gabon, Benin, Zambia, Congo, and Côte d’Ivoire.

Pot 3 comprise Madagascar, Mauritania, Libya, Mozambique, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Niger, Central African Republic, Namibia and Guinea-Bissau.

Pot 4 features Malawi, Angola, Togo, Sudan, Rwanda, Tanzania, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Liberia and Djibouti.

Position of teams for seeding are determined by 2019 December FIFA Rankings.

Now here’s how the pots look:

• Pot 1 : Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana, Egypt, Cameroon, Mali, Congo DR

• Pot 2 : Burkina Faso, South Africa, Guinea, Uganda, Cape Verde, Gabon, Benin, Zambia, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire

• Pot 3 : Madagascar, Mauritania, Libya, Mozambique, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Niger, Central African Republic, Namibia, Guinea-Bissau

• Pot 4 : Malawi, Angola, Togo, Sudan, Rwanda, Tanzania, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Liberia, Djibouti

Here is the schedule:

• Second round : The group phase starts in March 2020 and comes to an end in October 2021.

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• Third round : The ten group winners will be drawn into five two-legged knockout ties to be played in November 2021.

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