Saudi Arabia just became the first Arab country to secure a spot on the FIFA World Cup 2018, after beating out Japan (1-0) in a game on Tuesday. 

The game took place at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, located on the outskirts of Jeddah. A crowd of 62,165 people attended the historic game.

Other countries that have been confirmed to compete in the 32-team tournament include Iran, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Belgium, and Russia.

Saudi Arabia hasn't qualified for the World Cup since 2006.

The national team secured the second spot in Group B - which guarantees the team instant entry to the World Cup.

Russia 2018 will be considered the kingdom's fifth appearance in the FIFA World Cup, having first qualified in 1994. 

The kingdom's only victory at a World Cup was in 1994 when the national team made it to the second round. 

Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup is a huge victory, not just for the Saudi national team, the Green Falcons, but for the entire kingdom.

This is how you get your "country to a first World Cup since 2006"

In-depth hotel booking research began minutes after Saudi's victory

Cartoons in honor of some players soon followed

Mood in a jiffy:

"Glory, Glory, Glory KSA"

Celebratory dance moves came to life

Along with coffee!

But, it seems as though the Japanese are all about sportsmanship