Take a look at how the 32 teams were split up into their eight World Cup groups here.
It wasn't a smooth qualification run, but Japan did what had to be done and qualified for Russia.
Colombia just made it into the tournament, with James Rodriguez providing the spark.
Senegal scored two goals in all but one of their qualifying matches, which helped them top their group.
Robert Lewandowski is at his peak, but the Polish defence seems to leak goals with ease.
England topped the group and didn't lose a game, but there are still concerns in the squad.
Tunisia topped their African qualification group, narrowly holding off the DR Congo
A 2-1 win against Costa Rica booked Panama's first World Cup berth in the nations history.
With arguably the strongest squad in the tournament, Belgium are expected to contend for the title.
South Korea scraped into the 2018 tournament, behind the play of Son Heung-min.