Cameroon and Zambia will compete in the fifth and final round of qualifiers for a ticket to Tokyo 2020. This final round, a home-and-away leg play-off, will take place on 5 and 10 March. The runner-up will contest an intercontinental play-off against Chile, who finished in second place in CONMEBOL’s qualifying tournament. The runner-up of Cameroon-Zambia will host Chile in the first leg on 9 April and Chile will host the 2nd leg on 15 April.
Four teams are still in the race for Tokyo 2020 and will be hoping to join hosts Japan as Asia’s other two representatives at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament. The last round of qualifiers, which will be played on a two-leg basis, will be contested in March during the international break. The dates are still to be decided. Korea Republic will take on China PR, while Australia will play Vietnam.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ served as qualification for the continent for Tokyo 2020. Great Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden booked their places for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020 by being the top-three finishers from the continent at France 2019.
The final qualifying tournament was hosted in the USA from 28 January to 9 February. Canada and USA advanced to the final, therefore both qualifying for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020. USA won the tournament for the fifth consecutive time.
The Copa America 2018 was held in Chile from 4 to 22 April 2018. Brazil qualified for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020, while second-placed Chile will contest an intercontinental play-off against the losing team from the final round of Africa's qualifiers, which will be either Cameroon or Zambia. This home-and-away leg play-off will be played on 9 and 15 April, with Cameroon/Zambia hosting the first leg and Chile hosting the second.