eni mini miny mo- World Cup Selection

With the upcoming World Cup approaching fast and the anticipation is building and fan are clinging on to what team their team plays first.  The World Cup consists of 32 teams, that qualified through “mini” tournaments or group stages; to qualify each group played each other twice, the teams with the best records made it into the World Cup.. These 32 teams come from 6 leagues; AFC, CAF, CONCACAF,CONMEBOL,OFC and UEFA.

The AFC qualifiers are-  Australia, Japan Korea DPR and Korea Republic

The  CAF qualifiers are- Algeria Cameroon Côte d’Ivoire Ghana Nigeria and  South Africa (host)

The CONCACAF qualifiers are-   Honduras Mexico and  United States

The CONMEBOL qualifiers are-  Argentina Brazil Chile Paraguay and  Uruguay

The OFC qualifiers are- New Zealand

The UEFA qualifiers are- Denmark England France Germany Greece Italy Netherlands Portugal Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain and  Switzerland

With the group stage complete the World Cup produced the 2010 World Cup Groups, which is through a draw. Yes, they literally draw the groups out of hats!-
2010 World Cup Groups
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~ by amyers12 on May 23, 2010.

3 Responses to “eni mini miny mo- World Cup Selection”

  1. I like that you listed not only the countries, but their flags and anything else necessary to know, such as who the host was and everything. Good job.

  2. Hi Alex,
    I love the new posts! I think it might be helpful to say what the six leagues acronyms stand for, so people like me don’t have to go search for the actual names. Keep up the good work!

  3. That us a really through of the teams to have to play each other twice in min-games before the real competition starts.

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