Only 5 African countries can qualify for the World Cup tournament

Africa is home to 54 countries. Yet,

Africa is the world’s second most populated continent; it’s home to 54 countries. Yet, according to football umbrella body FIFA’s rules, only five African countries can qualify for the World Cup tournament which is held every four years.

In the 2018 tournament Africa is represented by Nigeria and Senegal from West Africa, and Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco from North Africa. Countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Cameroon and Burkina Faso — which all feature in the top 60 of FIFA’s ranking of its 206 member states — will be watching the 64 matches in Russia from home.

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