2015 Women's World Cup Qualification

Canada hosts the world at the 2015 Women's World Cup, but which nations will they be inviting to the party?

Follow the links below for details on continent-by-continent qualification procedures and to see who has punched their ticket.

North and Central America (CONCACAF)

There are four spots available to CONCACAF, including an automatic berth for Canada as hosts. The remaining three spots will be awarded at the CONCACAF Women's Championship, which the United States will host Oct. 16-26, 2014. An additional spot may be won via a playoff with a South American team.

Schedule/Results | Standings

Qualified Teams (4 or 5)
Canada (Host)

Europe (UEFA)

There are eight spots available to UEFA. Seven spots will be awarded at the conclusion of group play on Sept. 17 with the final berth awarded in playoff fixtures to be played Oct. 25-Nov. 27, 2014.

Schedule/Results | Standings

Qualified Teams (8)
Switzerland (Group 3 winners)
England (Group 6 winners)

South America (CONMEBOL)

There are two spots available to CONMEBOL. Two spots will be awarded at the CONMEBOL Women's Championship, which Ecuador will host Sept. 11-28, 2014. An additional spot may be won via a playoff with a North American team.

Qualified Teams (2 or 3)

Asia (AFC)

There are five spots available to the AFC. The spots were awarded at the AFC Women's Asian Cup, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam May 14-25, 2014.

Results | Standings

Qualified Teams (5)
Japan (Champions)
Australia (Finalists)
China (Semifinalists)
Korea Republic (Semifinalists)
Thailand (Playoff Winners)

Africa (CAF)

There are three spots available to the CAF. The spots will be awarded at the African Women's Championship, to be played in Namibia Oct. 11-25, 2014.

Schedule/Results | Standings

Qualified Teams (3)

Oceania (OFC)

There is one spot available to the OFC. The berth will be awarded at the OFC Women's Nations Cup, to be played in Papua New Guinea Oct. 21-25, 2014.

Qualified Team


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