The schedule has been announced for CONMEBOL’s South American 2026 World Cup qualifiers.
Argentina will play six World Cup qualifying matches in 2023 as CONMEBOL have released the entire fixture list for every team. The reigning World Cup champions will play two matches in September, two in October and two in November.
Lionel Scaloni’s team will start at home against Ecuador before playing away against Bolivia. After that comes a home match vs. Paraguay and away vs. Peru in October.
November will have matches against historic rivals. The first will be at home against Uruguay and the second is away against Brazil.
World Cup qualifying will be put on hold until September 2024 where Argentina will host Chile and after that away against Colombia. They continue in October with an away match against Venezuela and at home vs. Bolivia.
It will continue in November away against Paraguay and at home against Peru. In March 2025, it restarts away against Uruguay and at home against Brazil.
Qualifying will continue in June as they will be away vs. Chile and at home vs. Colombia. It will conclude in September 2025 at home against Venezuela and the last match will be away vs. Ecuador.