2018 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL)

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The 2018 CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL) tournament was held from 8 October 2015 to 10 October 2017 and was used to determine which South American teams will qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Ten teams participated in the tournament. Edinson Cavani (Uruguay) was the top scorer with 10 goals.

Results[change | change source]

Table[change | change source]

Peru moved on to the inter-confederation play-offs, which is a tournament between 4th and 5th placed teams from other international world cup qualification tournaments.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Moves on to
1  Brazil 18 12 5 1 41 11 +30 41 Qualification to 2018 FIFA World Cup
2  Uruguay 18 9 4 5 32 20 +12 31
3  Argentina 18 7 7 4 19 16 +3 28
4  Colombia 18 7 6 5 21 19 +2 27
5  Peru 18 7 5 6 27 26 +1 26 Inter-confederation play-offs
6  Chile 18 8 2 8 26 27 –1 25
7  Paraguay 18 7 3 8 19 25 –6 24
8  Ecuador 18 6 2 10 26 29 –3 20
9  Bolivia 18 4 2 12 16 38 –22 14
10  Venezuela 18 2 6 10 19 35 –16 12

Matches[change | change source]

8 October 2015
Bolivia  0–2  Uruguay
Colombia  2–0  Peru
Venezuela  0–1  Paraguay
Chile  2–0  Brazil
Argentina  0–2  Ecuador
13 October 2015
Ecuador  2–0  Bolivia
Uruguay  3–0  Colombia
Paraguay  0–0  Argentina
Brazil  3–1  Venezuela
Peru  3–4  Chile
12 November 2015
Bolivia  4–2  Venezuela
Ecuador  2–1  Uruguay
Chile  1–1  Colombia
Argentina  1–1  Brazil
Peru  1–0  Paraguay
17 November 2015
Colombia  0–1  Argentina
Venezuela  1–3  Ecuador
Paraguay  2–1  Bolivia
Uruguay  3–0  Chile
Brazil  3–0  Peru
24 March 2016
Bolivia  2–3  Colombia
Ecuador  2–2  Paraguay
Chile  1–2  Argentina
Peru  2–2  Venezuela
Brazil  2–2  Uruguay
29 March 2016
Colombia  3–1  Ecuador
Uruguay  1–0  Peru
Venezuela  1–4  Chile
Argentina  2–0  Bolivia
Paraguay  2–2  Brazil
1 September 2016
Bolivia  0–3  Peru
Colombia  2–0  Venezuela
Ecuador  0–3  Brazil
Argentina  1–0  Uruguay
Paraguay  2–1  Chile
6 September 2016
Uruguay  4–0  Paraguay
Chile  3–0  Bolivia
Venezuela  2–2  Argentina
Brazil  2–1  Colombia
Peru  2–1  Ecuador
6 October 2016
Ecuador  3–0  Chile
Uruguay  3–0  Venezuela
Paraguay  0–1  Colombia
Brazil  5–0  Bolivia
Peru  2–2  Argentina
11 October 2016
Bolivia  2–2  Ecuador
Colombia  2–2  Uruguay
Argentina  0–1  Paraguay
Chile  2–1  Peru
Venezuela  0–2  Brazil
10 November 2016
Colombia  0–0  Chile
Uruguay  2–1  Ecuador
Paraguay  1–4  Peru
Brazil  3–0  Argentina
Venezuela  5–0  Bolivia
15 November 2016
Bolivia  1–0  Paraguay
Ecuador  3–0  Venezuela
Argentina  3–0  Colombia
Chile  3–1  Uruguay
Peru  0–2  Brazil
23 March 2017
Colombia  1–0  Bolivia
Paraguay  2–1  Ecuador
Uruguay  1–4  Brazil
Argentina  1–0  Chile
Venezuela  2–2  Peru
28 March 2017
Bolivia  2–0  Argentina
Ecuador  0–2  Colombia
Chile  3–1  Venezuela
Brazil  3–0  Paraguay
Peru  2–1  Uruguay
31 August 2017
Venezuela  0–0  Colombia
Chile  0–3  Paraguay
Uruguay  0–0  Argentina
Brazil  2–0  Ecuador
Peru  2–1  Bolivia
5 September 2017
Bolivia  1–0  Chile
Colombia  1–1  Brazil
Ecuador  1–2  Peru
Argentina  1–1  Venezuela
Paraguay  1–2  Uruguay
5 October 2017
Bolivia  0–0  Brazil
Venezuela  0–0  Uruguay
Argentina  0–0  Peru
Chile  2–1  Ecuador
Colombia  1–2  Paraguay
13 October 2017
Brazil  3–0  Chile
Ecuador  1–3  Argentina
Paraguay  0–1  Venezuela
Peru  1–1  Colombia
Uruguay  4–2  Bolivia

Goalscorers[change | change source]

10 goals
7 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
1 own goal

Other websites[change | change source]