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The 2018 CAF African Women's Cup of Nations will take place between 17 November and 1 December in Ghana. The winner, runner-up and third-place side will qualify for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019.
The 2018 AFC Asian Women's Cup takes place between 6 and 20 April 2018 in Jordan. China PR, Thailand, Australia and Japan reached the semi-finals and sealed their spots at the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019. In the match for fifth place, Korea Republic secured the continent's fifth and final qualifying berth.
After the first qualifying round (6-11 April 2017), the remaining 35 teams are divided into seven groups of five. The top teams in each group directly qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019. The top four best second-placed teams will enter a playoff round, featuring two-legged semi-finals and final to determine the eighth qualifier. Italy and Spain are the first two teams from Europe to qualify after hosts France.
North, Central America and Caribbean
The winner of the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup 2018, which takes place between 4 and 17 October 2018, the runners-up and third place side will automatically qualify for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019. The fourth-placed side will face the the third-placed side from CONMEBOL for a place in France.
After the preliminary round in Fiji (25-31 August), eight nations will compete in the OFC Women's Nations Cup from 18 November to 1 December 2018 in New Caledonia. The winner will qualify for France 2019.
The Copa America Femenina 2018 was held between 4-22 April in Chile. Brazil and Chile finished top-two to qualify for France 2019, while third-placed Argentina will meet the fourth-placed side of CONCACAF in a play-off late in 2018.