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2010 FIFA World CupYear: 2010

Participants: 32

Countries: Algeria, England, Korea DPR, Serbia, Argentina, France, Korea Republic, Slovakia, Australia, Germany, Mexico, Slovenia, Brazil, Ghana, Netherlands, South Africa, Cameroon, Greece, New Zealand, Spain, Chile, Honduras, Nigeria, Switzerland, Côte d'Ivoire, Italy, Paraguay, Uruguay, Denmark, Japan, Portugal, USA

Championship: Spain 1, Netherlands 0 (A.E.T.)

Top goal scorer: Thomas Mueller, Germany (5); David Villa, Spain (5); Wesley Sneijder, Netherlands (5) (Mueller had a total of 3 assists, while Villa and Sneijder only had 1)

MVP: Diego Forlan, Uruguay

The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the 19th FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men's national association football teams. It took place in South Africa from 11 June to 11 July 2010. The bidding process for hosting the tournament finals was open only to African nations; in 2004, the international football federation, FIFA, selected South Africa over Egypt and Morocco to become the first African nation to host the finals.

The matches were played in ten stadiums in nine host cities around the country, with the final played at the Soccer City stadium in South Africa's largest city, Johannesburg. Thirty-two teams were selected for participation via a worldwide qualification tournament that began in August 2007. In the first round of the tournament finals, the teams competed in round-robin groups of four teams for points, with the top two teams in each group proceeding. These sixteen teams advanced to the knockout stage, where three rounds of play decided which teams would participate in the final.

In the final, Spain, the European champions, defeated third-time finalists the Netherlands 1–0 after extra time, with Andrés Iniesta's goal in the 116th minute giving Spain their first world title, the first time that a European nation has won the tournament outside its home continent. Host nation South Africa, 2006 world champions Italy and 2006 runners-up France were eliminated in the first round of the tournament.

World Cup South Africa 2010 Schedule and Results

Date Time (ET) Match Group Venue Match No Result
Group Stage
11/06 Fri 16:00 South Africa vs Mexico A Johannesburg-JSC 1 1 -1
  Fri 20:30 Uruguay vs France A Cape Town 2 0-0
12/06 Sat 16:00 Argentina vs Nigeria B Johannesburg-JEP 3 1-0
  Sat 13:30 Korea Republic vs Greece B Port Elizabeth 4 2-0
  Sat 20:30 England vs USA C Rustenburg 5 1-1
13/06 Sun 13:30 Algeria vs Slovenia C Polokwane 6 0-1
  Sun 20:30 Germany vs Australia D Durban 7 4-0
  Sun 16:00 Serbia vs Ghana D Pretoria 8 0-1
14/06 Mon 13:30 Netherlands vs Denmark E Johannesburg-JSC 9 2-0
  Mon 16:00 Japan vs Cameroon E Bloemfontein 10 1-0
  Mon 20:30 Italy vs Paraguay F Cape Town 11 1-1
15/06 Tue 13:30 New Zealand vs Slovakia F Rustenburg 12 1-1
15/06 Tue 16:00 Côte d'Ivoire vs Portugal G Port Elizabeth 13 0-0
  Tue 20:30 Brazil vs Korea DPR G Johannesburg-JEP 14 2-1
16/06 Wed 13:30 Honduras vs Chile H Nelspruit 15 0-1
  Wed 16:00 Spain vs Switzerland H Durban 16 0-1
  Wed 20:30 South Africa vs Uruguay A Pretoria 17 0-3
17/06 Thur 20:30 France vs Mexico A Polokwane 18 0-2
  Thur 16:00 Greece vs Nigeria B Bloemfontein 19 2-1
  Thur 13:30 Argentina vs Korea Republic B Johannesburg-JSC 20 4-1
18/06 Fri 13:30 Germany vs Serbia D Port Elizabeth 21 0-1
  Fri 16:00 Slovenia vs USA C Johannesburg-JEP 22 2-2
  Fri 20:30 England vs Algeria C Cape Town 23 0-0
19/06 Sat 16:00 Ghana vs Australia D Rustenburg 24 1-1
  Sat 13:30 Netherlands vs Japan E Durban 25 1-0
  Sat 20:30 Cameroon vs Denmark E Pretoria 26 1-2
20/06 Sun 13:30 Slovakia vs Paraguay F Bloemfontein 27 0-2
  Sun 16:00 Italy vs New Zealand F Nelspruit 28 1-1
  Sun 20:30 Brazil vs Côte d'Ivoire G Johannesburg-JSC 29 3-1
21/06 Mon 13:30 Portugal vs Korea DPR G Cape Town 30 7-0
  Mon 16:00 Chile vs Switzerland H Port Elizabeth 31 1-0
  Mon 20:30 Spain vs Honduras H Johannesburg-JEP 32 2-0
22/06 Tue 16:00 Mexico vs Uruguay A Rustenburg 33 0-1
  Tue 16:00 France vs South Africa A Bloemfontein 34 1-2
  Tue 20:30 Nigeria vs Korea Republic B Durban 35 2-2
  Tue 20:30 Greece vs Argentina B Polokwane 36 0-2
23/06 Wed 16:00 Slovenia vs England C Port Elizabeth 37 0-1
  Wed 16:00 USA vs Algeria C Pretoria 38 1-0
  Wed 20:30 Ghana vs Germany D Johannesburg-JSC 39 0-1
  Wed 20:30 Australia vs Serbia D Nelspruit 40 2-1
24/06 Thur 16:00 Slovakia vs Italy F Johannesburg-JEP 41 3-2
  Thur 16:00 Paraguay vs New Zealand F Polokwane 42 0-0
24/06 Thur 20:30 Denmark vs Japan E Rustenburg 43 1-3
  Thur 20:30 Cameroon vs Netherlands E Cape Town 44 1-2
25/06 Fri 16:00 Portugal vs Brazil G Durban 45 0-0
  Fri 16:00 Korea DPR vs Côte d'Ivoire G Nelspruit 46 0-3
  Fri 20:30 Chile vs Spain H Pretoria 47 1-2
  Fri 20:30 Switzerland vs Honduras H Bloemfontein 48 0-0
2nd Stage-Round of 16
26/06 Sat 16:00 Uruguay vs Korea Republic   Port Elizabeth 49 2-1 (1-0)
  Sat 20:30 United States vs Ghana   Rustenburg 50 1-2a.e.t(1-1,0-1)
27/06 Sun 16:00 Germany vs England   Bloemfontein 51 4-1 (2-1)
  Sun 20:30 Argentina vs Mexico   Johannesburg 52 3-1 (2-0)
28/06 Mon 16:00 Netherlands vs Slovakia   Durban 53 2-1 (1-0)
  Mon 20:30 Brazil vs Chile   Johannesburg 54 3-0 (2-0)
29/06 Tue 16:00 Paraguay vs Japan   Pretoria 55 0-0a.e.t(5-3)PSO
  Tue 20:30 Spain vs Portugal   Cape Town 56 1-0 (0-0)
2nd Stage-Quarterfinals
02/07 Fri 16:00 Netherlands vs Brazil   Port Elizabeth 57 2-1 (0-1)
  Fri 20:30 Uruguay vs Ghana   Johannesburg 58 1-1a.e.t(1-1, 0-1)
4-2 PSO
03/07 Sat 16:00 Argentina vs Germany   Cape Town 59 0-4 (0-1)
  Sat 20:30 Paraguay vs Spain   Johannesburg 60 0-1 (0-0)
3rd Stage – Semifinals
06/07 Tue 20:30 Uruguay vs Netherlands   Cape Town 61 2-3 (1-1)
07/07 Wed 20:30 Germany vs Spain   Durban 62 0-1 (0-0)
Third Place
10/07 Sat 20:30 Uruguay vs Germany   Port Elizabeth 63 2-3 (1-1)
World Cup Title Game
11/07 Sun 20:30 Netherlands vs Spain   Johannesburg 64 0-1 (0-0)

 


Hosts Brazil continue to head the betting for the 2014 World Cup finals, best price 9/2 to win their sixth World Cup and their first as the host nation. Argentina are also well fancied whilst reigning champions Spain are slightly on the drift following Barcelona and Real Madrid's defeats at the semi-final stage of the Champions League to German opposition, with Germany now around 11/2 with the bookies as a result.

Starts: 2014-06-12:00.000

Ends: 2014-07-13:00.000

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