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Colombia finished fourth in the CONMEBOL standings for Russia 2018 qualifying after reaching the tournament on the final matchday with a 1-1 draw in Peru.
Mexico won through to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia with a 1-0 win over Panama on 1 September 2017 securing qualification with three matches remaining.
On Tuesday 28 March, Brazil became the first team from CONMEBOL to book their place at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
In reaching Russia 2018, by defeating Slovenia at Wembley in their penultimate Group F match, England sealed their spot at their sixth consecutive FIFA World Cup - matching their previous record set between 1950 and 1970.
South Africa 2010 winners Spain earned their place at Russia 2018 by topping Group G, booking their ticket to Russia with a game to spare ahead of Italy.
Uruguay finished second in the CONMEBOL standings for Russia 2018 qualifying after reaching the finals on the final matchday with a 4-2 win over Bolivia.
Reigning FIFA World Cup holders and FIFA Confederations Cup winners, Germany return to Russia in a bid to become the first team to retain the title since Brazil in 1962.
The first side from Africa to reach Russia, Nigeria continue their impressive run of appearances at the finals, having missed only one tournament - Germany 2006 - since qualifying for their debut in 1994.
On 15 November 2016 when playing against Uzbekistan, Koo Jacheol’s cool finish four minutes from time, secured what would turn out to be a priceless three points for the team sending it to the World Cup.
Switzerland booked their spot at Russia 2018 thanks to a 1-0 aggregate play-off win over Northern Ireland, having finished second in Europe's Group B to clinch their fourth-successive appearance at the global finals.
Poland booked their return to FIFA World Cup after a 12-year absence, topping European Group E in their final game, to head to their seventh edition of the tournament.
Japan reached the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia after their 2-0 win against Australia on 31 August 2017 which sealed progression from Asia's Group B at the third round stage.