The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF) unveiled today, Monday, the modified system to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup after the usual system was affected by the Corona virus pandemic.
To be held in the first round in October and November between the teams with the classification from the sixth to 35 according to the classification of the current July. Teams are divided into six groups, each with five teams.
The second round begins in March 2021, where the leaders in the six groups play to determine the finalists.
The winners of the second round will join the five highest-ranked teams in CONCACAF, namely Mexico, the United States, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Honduras. The last round will be played in the round trip system, with each team playing 14 games.
The first three finishers of the last round, which begins in June 2021, will qualify for the World Cup finals, while the fourth-placed player will play the world preliminaries that will be held in June 2022.