However, the could still enter qualification, as the ban only applies to the World Cup proper as a world championship.
The Guardian estimated that, by the time the competition would be held, without reforms of the kafala system, out of the 2 million-strong migrant workforce up to 4,000 workers could die due to lax safety and other causes.
The boycott was extended by Poland and Sweden to any qualifying games on 26 February, and by the Czech Republic one day later.
Group A: Solomon Islands, Tahiti Group B: New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea Round Three: The format is two semifinals and a final.
Amnesty International found that abuses were still occurring despite the nation taking some steps to improve labour rights.
The top two teams of each group qualified for the World Cup, and the two third-placed teams advanced to the fourth round.
Play-offs The three remaining World Cup berths will be determined via the play-offs.
An official with the association said Argentina would take their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.