The Wulforian section of the 2022 FANA World Cup qualification acted as qualifiers for the 2022 FANA World Cup and the UWFA knockout stage, for national teams that are members of the Union of Wulforian Football Associations (UWFA). A total of 9.5 spots were available for UWFA teams in the final tournament. One team got the chance to qualify via an inter-confederation play-off. 16 spots in total were available for UWFA teams in the regional cup, to be held in Khamatin.
The seeding was based on the FANA World Rankings of November 2020. The 29 teams were seeded into 6 pots with 5 countries in the first 5 and 4 countries in the last pot.
Pot 1 contains the teams ranked 1–5.
Pot 2 contains the teams ranked 5-10.
Pot 3 contains the teams ranked 11-15.
Pot 4 contains the teams ranked 16-20.
Pot 5 contains the teams ranked 21-25.
Pot 6 contains the teams ranked 26-29.
Teams were allocated to seeding pots as follows (October 2021 FANA Rankings shown in second column; the national teams which eventually qualified for the final tournament are presented in bold; the national teams who took part in the play-offs are presented in italic).
The 2022 UWFA Regional Cup will be the second edition of the UWFA Cup, a regional competition between members of the Union of Wulforian Football Associations, the competition was hosted hosted in Khamatin. The competition served to determine which country would represent UWFA in the upcoming 2022 FANA Confederations Cup, set to be hosted in (tba). Prunia are the reigning champions.