The first half of June has been full of qualifying matches for next year’s World Cup. We’re about halfway through the process now with only 115 of the 203 still eligible for Brazil.
What I wanted to do was help make some sense of the World Cup qualifiers for this coming weekend. With 76 nations in action over the next three days, it can be difficult to figure out which matches are worth watching. Of course, most eyes here will be on the United States as they face Jamaica, but there are other notable fixtures happening around the world. Many of them won’t be televised here (even the U.S. game will only be available in a select few homes), but thanks to the Internet, there’s always a way to watch.
I don’t feel comfortable advertising a sports streaming site like First Row Sports, so I won’t.
Here are the notable qualifiers in each confederation, starting with CONCACAF (North America) and ending with CAF (Africa).