A total of 98 men will qualify to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan either individually or as a member of a team.
2018 World Championships
The top 3 NOCs qualify a full 4-member team based on their finish in the team final competition.
2019 World Championships | Teams
The top 9 NOCs qualify a full 4-member team based on their finish in team qualifications.
|United States||Chinese Taipei||South Korea|
2019 World Championships | Individuals
A total of 30 individual athletes will qualify nominative spots based on their finish in all-around qualifications (one per NOC) and apparatus finals (maximum of three per NOC across all apparatus).
|Carlos Yulo (Philippines)||Manrique Larduet (Cuba)|
|Ludovico Edalli (Italy)||Milad Karimi (Kazakhstan)|
|Loris Frasca (France)||Robert Tvorogal (Lithuania)|
|Alexander Shatilov (Israel)||Ferhat Arican (Turkey)|
|Artur Davtyan (Armenia)||David Huddleston (Bulgaria)|
|Bart Deurloo (Netherlands)||Daniel Corral (Mexico)|
|René Cournoyer (Canada)||Rasuljon Abdurakhimov (Uzbekistan)|
|Marios Georgiou (Cyprus)||Ivan Tikhonov (Azerbaijan)|
|David Rumbutis (Sweden)||Andrey Likhovitskiy (Belarus)|
|Artem Dolgopyat (Israel)||Rhys McClenaghan (Ireland)|
|Cyril Tommasone (France)||Ibrahim Colak (Turkey)|
|Marco Lodadio (Italy)||Samir Aït Saïd (France)|
|Marian Dragulescu (Romania)||Le Thanh Tung (Vietnam)|
|Shek Wai Hung (Hong Kong)||Ahmet Önder (Turkey)|
|Tin Srbic (Croatia)||Tyson Bull (Australia)|
2018-2020 Apparatus World Cup Series
A total of 6 individual athletes will qualify nominative spots based on their ranking at the conclusion of the eight-meet series, beginning in November 2018 and concluding in March 2020.
|Floor Exercise TBC||Pommel Horse TBC|
|Still Rings TBC||Vault TBC|
|Parallel Bars TBC||High Bar TBC|
2020 All-Around World Cup Series
A total of 3 nations will qualify 1 individual spot apiece based on their ranking at the conclusion of the four-meet series held March–April 2020.
|NOC TBC||NOC TBC||NOC TBC|
2020 Continental Championships
A total of 9 spots will be awarded to an individual on a nominative basis if the individual’s NOC didn’t qualify a full team to the Games, or on a non-nominative basis to the NOC if the individual’s NOC has already qualified a full team.
|Africa TBC||Africa TBC|
|America TBC||America TBC|
|Asia TBC||Asia TBC|
|Europe TBC||Europe TBC|
Host Country & Tripartite Invitations
The host country is guaranteed 1 spot if not qualified through other criteria, and 1 nominative tripartite commission invitation spot is available to an athlete meeting eligibility criteria.
|Sofus Heggemsnes (Norway)*||Tripartite TBC**|
* Since Japan qualified a full team to the Olympic Games, the host country berth was reallocated to the next highest-ranked all-around athlete based on qualifications at world championships in 2019.
**Based on countries eligible for the tripartite invitation that competed at world championships this year, the tripartite invitation will be awarded to a gymnast from Albania, Kuwait, Monaco, or Syria.