27 June 2019 – Tokyo 2020 will host the 25th edition of the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament. Sixteen (16) teams, including hosts Japan, will compete to win the gold medal.
Only 16 teams will have the privilege of vying for the gold medal at the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020, the best of the best, which is why booking a place at the competition is an achievement in and of itself.
FIFA.com reveals the qualification dates and details for each confederation.
As the host nation, Japan are so far the only side to be confirmed to compete in the tournament.
The question now is, what does your national team need to do to fill one of the 15 remaining places and join them in Tokyo next year?
|Concacaf (North, Central America & the Caribbean)||2|
|CONMEBOL (South America)||2|
|Host Country (Japan)||1|
|Let’s take a look at the regional qualification tournaments that will take place throughout the year and next, in chronological order:
Here are the teams that took part in the UEFA Under 21-Championship:
OFC Men’s Olympic Tournament 2019 Groups:
The third and final round matches of the Total U-23 Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019 qualifiers has been rescheduled for between 2 and 10 September 2019, instead of the previously announced 3-11 June 2019.
The decision follows a recommendation by the CAF Executive Committee at its last meeting on 11 April 2019 in Cairo, Egypt, due to the proximity of the initial dates to the Total Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019, which is currently underway (from 21 June to 19 July 2019).
The fixtures for the final round are as follows;
*South Africa vs Zimbabwe
*Zambia vs Congo
*Ghana vs Algeria
*Cameroon vs Tunisia
*Cote d’Ivoire vs Guinea
*Sudan vs Nigeria
*Morocco vs Mali
The seven winners after two legs will join host Egypt for the final tournament scheduled for 8-22 November 2019, where the top three finishers will represent the continent at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
North, Central America and Caribbean