- Tour de qualification - Tirage au sort

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Tirage au sort Le tirage au sort a lieu le 16 mai 2018. Il détermine les seize groupes : les 32 équipes sont été classées dans quatre chapeaux de huit équipes. À l'issue du tirage au sort, chaque groupe est formé par une équipe de chaque chapeau.

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