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2001 FIFA Confederations Cup
Co-Host Nations: KOREA - JAPAN

South Korea - Co-Host Nation   Japan - Co-Host Nation and Asian Champions   France - World Champions and European Champions   México - The Holders   Brazil - South American Champions   Cananda - Concacaf Champions   Cameroon - African Champions and Olympic Champions   Australia - Oceania Champions
South Korea - Co-Host Nation   Japan - Co-Host Nation and Asian Champions   France - World Champions and European Champions   México - The holders   Brazil - South American Champions   Cananda - Concacaf Champions   Cameroon - African Champions and Olympic Champions   Australia - Oceania Champions
The official site for the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup South Korea - Japan         The official site for the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup South Korea - Japan
 FIFA:  Winners of the
 & Winners of the
1998 World Cup
2000 Euro Cup
 FRANCE
 Conmebol:   Winners of the 1999 Copa America  BRAZIL
 FIFA:  Defending Champions of the  1999 Confederations Cup  MEXICO
 Concacaf:  Winners of the 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup  CANADA
 CAF:  Winners of the 2000 African Nations Cup  CAMEROON
 OFC:  Winners of the 2000 Oceania Nations Cup  AUSTRALIA
 AFC:     Co-Host Nation & Winners of the  2000 Asian Cup  JAPAN
 AFC:  Co-Host Nation 2000 Asian Cup  SOUTH KOREA 
                                        
Group A - Korea
 30-5-2001 - Daegu, Att: 61.500
 FRANCE          5-0 SOUTH KOREA
 Steve Marlet 9, 34
 Patrick Vieira 19
 Youri Djorkaeff 80
 Sylvain Wiltord 90+
 30-5-2001 - Suwon, Att: 3.000
 AUSTRALIA       2-0 MEXICO
 Shaun Murphy 18
 Josip Skoko 54
 1-6-2001 - Daegu,Att: 44.400
 AUSTRALIA       1-0 FRANCE
 Clayton Zane 60 Sent-off Frank Leboeuf 75 
 1-6-2001 - Ulsan, Att: 43.000
 SOUTH KOREA     2-1     MEXICO
 Hwang Sun-hong 57
 Yoo Sang-chul 90
Victor Ruis 80
 3-6-2001 - Ulsan, Att: 28.864
 FRANCE            4-0 MEXICO
 Sylvain Wiltord 8
 Eric Carriere 62, 83
 Robert Pires 71
 3-6-2001 - Suwon, Att: 42.754
 SOUTH KOREA 1-0 AUSTRALIA
 Hwang Sun-hong 25
Group B - Japan
 31-5-2001 - Ibaraki, Att: 10.519 
 BRAZIL          2-0 CAMEROON
 Washinton 53
 Carlos Miguel 57
 31-5-2001 - Niigata, Att: 39.006
 JAPAN          3-0 CANADA
 Shinji Ono 57
 Akinori Nishizawa 60
 Hiroaki Morishima 88
 2-6-2001 - Ibaraki, Att: 12.095
 BRAZIL          0-0 CANADA
 
 2-6-2001 - Niigata, Att: 39.430
 JAPAN          2-0 CAMEROON 
 Suzuki 8, 65
 
 4-6-2001 - Ibaraki, Att: 37.470
 BRAZIL         0-0 JAPAN
 
 4-6-2001 - Niigata, Att: 15.882
 CAMEROON      2-0      CANADA
 Bernard Tchoutang 48
 Patrick Mboma 83
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.     GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *FRANCE 3 2 0 1   9 1 +8 6
 *AUSTRALIA 3 2 0 1   3 1 +2 6
 SOUTH KOREA 3 2 0 1   3 6 -3 6
 MEXICO 3 0 0 3   1 8 -7 0
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.     GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *JAPAN   3 2 1 0   5 0 +5 7
 *BRAZIL 3 1 2 0   2 0 +2 5
 CAMEROON 3 1 0 2   2 4 -2 3
 CANADA 3 0 1 2   0 5 -5 1

              France - World Champions and European Champions     Japan - Co-Host Nation and Aisan Champions
             
             
 Semifinal: 7-6-2001        
 Yokohama - Japan, Att: 48.699         
 JAPAN     1-0 AUSTRALIA         
 Hidetoshi Nakata 43          FINAL:  10-6-2001
 Sent-off Takayuki Suzuki 55          Yokohama - Japan, Att: 65.335 
                  FRANCE     1-0     JAPAN
 Semifinal: 7-6-2001          Patrick Vieira 30
 Suwon - Korea, Att: 34.527          
 FRANCE     2-1     BRAZIL          
 Robert Pires 7 Ramon 30          3-rd Place:  9-6-2001
 Marcel Desailly 54          Ulsan - Korea, Att: 28.520
             AUSTRALIA    1-0    BRAZIL 
               Murphy 84


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2003 FIFA Confederations Cup
Host Nation: FRANCE

France - Host Nation, The Holders and European Champions    Japan - Asian Champions   Colombia, South American Champions   United States - Concacaf Champions   Cameroon - African Champions and Olympic Champions   Brazil - World Champions   Turkey - Third Place in the 2002 World Cup   New Zeeland - Oceania Champions
France - Host Nation, The Holders and European Champions   Japan - Asian Champions   Colombia, South American Champions   United States - Concacaf Champions   Cameroon - African Champions and Olympic Champions   Brazil - World Champions   Turkey - Third Place in the 2002 World Cup   New Zeeland - Oceania Champions
The official site for the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup France   The official site for the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup France
 FIFA: Defending Champions
            Host Nation & Winners of the 
2000 Euro Cup  FRANCE
 AFC:  Winners of the 2000 Asian Cup  JAPAN
 Conmebol:   Winners of the 2001 Copa America  COLOMBIA 
 Concacaf:  Winners of the 2002 Concacaf Gold Cup  UNITED STATES
 CAF:  Winners of the 2002 African Nations Cup  CAMEROON 
 FIFA:  Winners of the 2002 World Cup  BRAZIL
 UEFA:  Third Place at the 2002 World Cup  TURKEY
 OFC:  Winners of the 2002 Oceania Nations Cup  NEW ZEELAND
 *Italy (Runners-up of the 2000 European Cup) and
 *Germany (Runners-up of the 2002 Fifa World Cup)
 declined to take part in this tournament as representants of the UEFA-Confederation 
                                       
Group A
 18-6-2003 - St.Etienne
 JAPAN          3-0 NEW ZEELAND
 Shunsuke Nakamura 12, 75
 Hidetoshi Nakata 65
 18-6-2003 - Lyon
 FRANCE        1-0 COLOMBIA 
 Henry 39 pen  
 20-6-2003 - Lyon
 COLOMBIA 3-1   NEW ZEELAND
 Jorge Lopez 58 Raffaele de Gregorio 27 
 Mario Yepez 75 Sent-off Chris Killen 68
 Giovanni Hernandez 85
 20-6-2003 - St.Etienne
 FRANCE         2-1 JAPAN
 Robert Pires 43 pen    Shunsuke Nakamura 59 
 Sidney Govou 65
 Sent-off Willy Sagnol 91+
 22. 6.2003 - St.Denis
 FRANCE        5-0 NEW ZEELAND
 Olivier Kapo 17
 Thierry Henry 20
 Djibril Cisse 71
 Ludovic Giuly 91+
 Robert Pires 93+
 22. 6.2003 - St.Etienne
 COLOMBIA 1-0 JAPAN
 Giovanni Hernandez 68
Group B
 19-6-2003 - St.Etienne
 TURKEY            2-1 UNITED STATES
 Okan Yilmaz 40 pen
 Tuncay Sanli 73
DaMarcus Beasley 37 
 19-6-2003 - St.Denis
 CAMEROON 1-0 BRAZIL
 Samuel Eto'o 83
 
 21-6-2003 - Lyon
 BRAZIL            1-0 UNITED STATES
 Adriano 22
 
 21-6-2003 - St.Denis
 CAMEROON 1-0 TURKEY
 Geremi 91+ pen
 
 
 23-6-2003 - St.Etienne
 TURKEY           2-2 BRAZIL
 Gokdeniz Karadeniz 53    Adriano 23
 Okan Yilmaz 81 Alex 93+
 
 23-6-2003 - Lyon
 CAMEROON 0-0    UNITED STATES
 
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.     GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *FRANCE 3 3 0 0   8 1 +7 9
 *COLOMBIA 3 2 0 1   4 2 +2 6
 JAPAN 3 1 0 2   4 3 +1 3
 N.ZEELAND 3 0 0 3   1 11 -10 0
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.     GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *CAMEROON  3 2 1 0   2 0 +2 7
 *TURKEY 3 1 1 1   4 4 +0 4
 BRAZIL 3 1 1 1   3 3 +0 4
 UNITED STATES 3 0 1 2   1 3 -2 1

              France - Host Nation, The Holders and European Champions     Cameroon - African Champions and Olympic Champions
             
             
 Semifinal: 26-6-2003 - St.Denis         
 FRANCE     3-2 TURKEY        
 Thierry Henry 11 Gokdeniz Karadeniz 42         
 Robert Pires 26 Tuncay Sanli 48          FINAL: 29-6-2003
 Sylvain Wiltord 43          St.Denis
              FRANCE    1-0    CAMEROON 
           Thierry Henry 97
 Semifinal: 26-6-2003 - Lyon          France won 1-0 on golden goal 
 CAMEROON    1-0     COLOMBIA            
 Pius N'diefi 9            3-rd Place: 28-6-2003
 Sent-off Bill Tchato 69            St.Denis
 *Marc Vivien Foé (Cam, 28 years old)           TURKEY     2-1     COLOMBIA
 collapsed during the match, in the 72 min,           Tuncay Sanli 2     Giovanni Hernandez 63 
 he later died.          Okan Yilmaz 86


 Sent-off = Sent-off - Expulsado | (og) = owngoal - autogol | pen = penalty - penal | aet = after extra time 

Played in Saudi Arabia
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Played in France
Played in Germany
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Played in Russia
Played in Qatar

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