Qualifiers 2026: The most anticipated matches

South American Qualifiers 2026: Start of a new path towards the World Cup


After the Argentine team, led by Lionel Messi, achieved Taking the World Cup glory, the South American continent takes up the action. The road to the next FIFA World Cup 2026 begins, and we bring you all the details.

What do the first days have in store for us?

The South American qualifiers, organized by the South American Confederation of Football (Conmebol), begin this Thursday with day 1, followed by Matchday 2 on Tuesday, September 12. Over the course of three years, the South American teams will play a total of 18 dates for Get a place in the top event of world football. The last match of These qualifiers will take place in September 2025.

In an unprecedented event, the 2026 World Cup will feature 48 teams. South America will secure six direct passes, and a seventh National Team will have the opportunity to compete in a repechage tournament in search of one of the last two available tickets.

Details of clashes

For the first two dates of the South American qualifiers, these are the Scheduled matchups:

Date 1 (7 and 8 September):

  • Paraguay v. Peru
  • Colombia v. Venezuela
  • Argentina vs. Argentina Ecuador
  • Uruguay vs. Uruguay Chile
  • Brazil v. Brazil Bolivia

Date 2 (September 12):

  • Bolivia v. Bolivia Argentina
  • Ecuador vs. Uruguay
  • Chile vs. Chile Colombia
  • Peru vs. Peru Brazil
  • Venezuela v. Paraguay

Where and at what time to watch the matches?

The schedules and channels of transmission of Date 1 are:

  • Paraguay v. Peru: 5:30 p.m. (Lima) / 6:30 p.m. (Asunción) / View in GEN, Movistar Sports, ATV.
  • Colombia v. Venezuela: 6 p.m. (Bogotá) / 7 p.m. (Caracas) / Watch on RCN, Caracol TV, Caracol Play.
  • Argentina vs. Argentina Ecuador: 9 p.m. (Buenos Aires) / 7 p.m. (Quito) / View in the Football Channel, Public Television, TyC Sports.
  • Uruguay vs. Uruguay Chile: 8 p.m. (Montevideo) / View in Auf.tv, DSports.
  • Brazil v. Brazil Bolivia: 9:45 p.m. (Sao Paulo) / 8:45 p.m. (La Paz) / View in Globo, Bolivian Football Federation.

The fervor of South American football is back, and the national teams are already ready to play each match with the aim of representing their countries in the 2026 World Cup. Get ready to live the excitement!

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