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2009 Confederations Cup Fixtures


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The South Africa 2009 Confederations Cup will take place across 4 venues from 14 June to 28 June, and will act as a dress-rehearsal for next year’s World Cup in South Africa.

Here are the Confed Cup fixtures – all times are BST.

2009 Confederations Cup Teams

Team Association Qualification Participation
South Africa CAF 2010 FIFA World Cup host 2nd
Italy UEFA 2006 FIFA World Cup winner 1st
United States CONCACAF 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup winner 4th
Brazil CONMEBOL Copa América 2007 winner 6th
Iraq AFC 2007 AFC Asian Cup winner 1st
Egypt CAF 2008 African Cup of Nations winner 2nd
Spain UEFA UEFA Euro 2008 winner 1st
New Zealand OFC 2008 OFC Nations Cup winner 3rd

Group A: South Africa, Iraq, New Zealand, Spain
Group B: United States, Italy, Brazil, Egypt

2009 Confederations Cup Fixtures


Sunday, June 14th
South Africa vs. Iraq (Johannesburg) Group A, 3pm
New Zealand vs Spain (Rustenburg) Group A, 7:30pm

Monday, June 15th
Brazil vs Egypt (Bloemfontein), Group B, 3pm
USA vs Italy (Pretoria) Group B, 7:30pm

Wednesday, June 17th
Spain vs Iraq (Bloemfontein) Group A, 3pm
South Africa vs New Zealand (Rustenburg) Group A, 7:30pm

Thursday, June 18th
USA vs Brazil (Pretoria), Group B, 3pm
Egypt vs Italy (Johannesburg) Group B, 7:30pm

Saturday, June 20th
Iraq vs New Zealand (Johannesburg) Group A, 7:30pm
Spain vs South Africa (Bloemfontein) Group A, 7:30pm

Sunday, June 21st
Egypt vs USA (Rustenburg) Group A, 7:30pm
Italy vs Brazil (Pretoria) Group A, 7:30pm


Wednesday, June 24th
1st Group A vs 2nd Group B (Bloemfontein), 7:30pm

Thursday, June 25th
1st Group B vs 2nd Group A (Johannesburg), 7:30pm


Sunday, June 28th
(Rustenburg), 2pm


Sunday, June 28th
(Johannesburg) 7:30pm

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Comments (2)

  1. The confederations cup is really great, it was well organized and it shows that the world cup will maverlous

  2. i think madrid is not being fair to arjen robben,threaten not to give him squad number and eventualy froze him out of the team,i think the president, floretina perez should b advise,if his big signing fail to deliver,he will have a better alternative to fall back do not throw away the baby and the bad water.