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The official site for the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup Germany

2005 FIFA Confederations Cup
Host Nation: GERMANY

The official site for the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup Germany
Germany - Host Nation   Brazil - World Champions   México - Concacaf Champions   Tunisia - African Champions   Greece - European Champions   Argentina - Olympic Champions   Japan - Asian Champions   Australia - Oceania Champions
Germany - Host Nation   Brazil - World Champions and South American Champions   México - Concacaf Champions   Tunisia - African Champions   Greece - European Champions   Argentina - Olympic Champions and Runners-up of the Copa America   Japan - Asian Champions   Australia - Oceania Champions
 
 FIFA:  Host Nation    GERMANY 
 FIFA:  Winners of the 2002 World Cup  BRAZIL
 Concacaf:  Winners of the  2003 Concacaf Gold Cup  MEXICO
 CAF:  Winners of the 2004 African Nations Cup  TUNISIA
 UEFA:  Winners of the 2004 Euro Cup  GREECE
 Conmebol:  Runners-up of the  2004 Copa America  ARGENTINA 
 AFC:  Winners of the 2004 Asian Nations Cup  JAPAN
 OFC:  Winners of the 2004 Oceania Nations Cup  AUSTRALIA
     
 
Group A
  15-6-2005 - Köln
Asociación del Fútbol Argentina
 ARGENTINA 2-1   TUNISIA Fédération Tunisienne de Football
 J. Riquelme 33 pen.
 J. Saviloa 57
Guemandia72 pen.
  15-6-2005 - Frankfurt
Deutscher fussball bund
 GERMANY 4-3 AUSTRALIA Football Federation Australia
 K. Kuranvi 17
 P. Mertesacker 23
 M. Ballack 60 pen.
 L. Podolski 88
J. Skoko 21
J. Aloisi 31, 90+2
  18-6-2005 - Köln
Deutscher fussball bund
 GERMANY 3-0 TUNISIA Fédération Tunisienne de Football
 M. Ballack 74 pen.
 B. Schweinsteiger 80
 M. Hanke 88
  18-6-2005 - Nürnberg
Asociación del Fútbol Argentina
 ARGENTINA 4-2 AUSTRALIA Football Federation Australia
 L. Figueroa 12, 54, 88  
 J. Riquelme 31 pen.
J. Aloisi 61 pen, 69
  21. 6.2005 - Leipzig
Fédération Tunisienne de Football
 TUNISIA 2-0 AUSTRALIA Football Federation Australia
 F. Santos 26, 71

  21-6-2005 - Nürnberg
Deutscher fussball bund
 GERMANY 2-2 ARGENTINA Asociación del Fútbol Argentina
 K. Kuranyi 29
 G. Asamoah 51
J. Riquelme 32
E. Cambiasso 74
Group B
  16-6-2005 - Hannover
Federación Méxicana de  Fútbol  MEXICO 2-1   JAPAN Japan Football Association
 Zinha 39
 J. Fonseca 64
A. Yanagisawa 12
  16-6-2005 - Leipzig
Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol
 BRAZIL 3-0   GREECE Hellenic Football Federation
 L. Adriano 41
 R. Robinho 46
 J. Pernambucano 81
  19-6-2005 - Frankfurt
Japan Football Association
 JAPAN 1-0   GREECE Hellenic Football Federation
 M. Oguro 76

  19-6-2005 - Hannover
Federación Méxicana de  Fútbol
 MEXICO 1-0   BRAZIL Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol
 J. Borgetti 58

  22-6-2005 - Köln
Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol BRAZIL 2-2   JAPAN Japan Football Association
R. Robinho 10
R. Ronaldinho 32  
S. Nakamura 27
M. Oguro 88
  22-6-2005 - Frankfurt
Federación Méxicana de  Fútbol
MEXICO 0-0 GREECE Hellenic Football Federation
 
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.   GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *GERMANY 3 2 1 0 9 5 +4 7
 *ARGENTINA 3 2 1 0 8 5 +3 7
  TUNISIA 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 3
  AUSTRALIA 3 0 0 3 5 10 -5 0
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.   GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *MEXICO  3 2 1 0 3 1 +2 7
 *BRAZIL 3 1 1 1 5 3 +2 4
  JAPAN 3 1 1 1 4 4 -1 4
  GREECE 3 0 1 2 0 4 -4 1

 Semifinal: 25-6-2005 - Nürnberg  
Deutscher fussball bund  GERMANY 2-3    BRAZIL Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol        
 L. Podolski 22
 M. Ballack 45 pen.   
Adriano 21, 76
Ronaldinho 43 pen
       FINAL:  29-6-2005 - Frankfurt        
      Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol  BRAZIL     4-1   
 Adriano 11, 63
 Kaka 16
 Ronaldinho 47
ARGENTINA
P. Aimar 65
Asociación del Fútbol Argentino  
       
 Semifinal: 26-6-2005 - Hannover        
Federación Méxicana de  Fútbol  MEXICO 1-1 ARGENTINA Asociación del Fútbol Argentino        
 C. Salcido 104 L. Figueroa 110                
 Argentina won 6-5 on pens.                
           
 3-rd Place: 29-6-2005 - Leipzig
Deutscher fussball bund  GERMANY     4-3
 Podolski 37
 Schweinsteiger 41   
 Huth 79
 Ballack 97
MEXICO
Fonseca 40
Borgetti 58, 85 
Federación Méxicana de  Fútbol
   Germany won 4-1 after extra time.


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The official site for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup South Africa

2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
Host Nation: SOUTH AFRICA

The official site for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup South Africa
South Africa - Host Nation   Italy - World Champions   United States - Concacaf Champions   Brazil - South American Champions   Iraq - Asian Champions   Egypt - African Champions   Spain - European Champions   New Zealand - Oceania Champions
South Africa - Host Nation   Italy - World Champions   United States - Concacaf Champions   Brazil - South American Champions   Iraq - Asian Champions   Egypt - African Champions   Spain - European Champions   New Zealand - Oceania Champions
 
 FIFA:  Host Nation    SOUTH AFRICA
 FIFA:  Winners of the    2006 World Cup  ITALY 
 Concacaf:  Winners of the 2007 Concacaf Gold Cup  UNITED STATES 
 Conmebol:  Winners of the  2007 Copa America  BRAZIL
 AFC:  Winners of the 2007 Asian Nations Cup  IRAQ
 CAF:  Winners of the 2008 African Nations Cup  EGYPT
 UEFA:  Winners of the 2008 Euro Cup  SPAIN
 OFC:  Winners of the 2008 Oceania Nations Cup  NEW ZEALAND
     
 
Group A
  14-6-2009 - Johanesburg
South Africa - Host Nation  S. AFRICA    0-0    IRAQ Iraq - Asian Champions
 
  14-6-2009 - Rustenburg
Spain - European Champions  SPAIN 5-0 NEW ZEALAND New Zealand - Oceania Champions 
 Fernando Torres 6, 14, 17
 Cesc Fabregas 24
 David Villa 48
  17-6-2009 - Mangaung / Bloemfotein
Spain - European Champions
 SPAIN 1-0 IRAQ Iraq - Asian Champions
 David Villa 55
  17-6-2009 - Rustenburg
South Africa - Host Nation
 S. AFRICA    2-0 NEW ZEALAND New Zealand - Oceania Champions 
 Bernard Parker 21, 52
  20. 6.2009 - Johanesburg
Iraq - Asian Champions
 IRAQ    0-0 NEW ZEALAND New Zealand - Oceania Champions 
 
  20. 6.2009 - Mangaung / Bloemfotein
Spain - European Champions
 SPAIN    2-0 S. AFRICA South Africa - Host Nation
 David Villa 52
 Fernando Llorente 72
Group B
  15-6-2009 - Mangaung / Bloemfotein
Brazil - South American Champions  BRAZIL 4-3   EGYPT Egypt - African Champions
 Kaka 5, 90 pen.
 Luis Fabiano 12
 Juan 37
M. Zidan 9, 55
M. Shawky 54
  15-6-2009 - Tshwane / Pretoria
Italy - World Champions  ITALY 3-1 UNITED STATES United States - Concacaf Champions
 Rossi 58, 90+4
 De Rossi 72

Donovan 41 pen.
  18-6-2009 - Tshwane / Pretoria
Brazil - South American Champions
 BRAZIL 3-0 UNITED STATES United States - Concacaf Champions
 Felipe Melo 7
 Robinho 28
 Maicon 62
  18-6-2009 - Johanesburg
Egypt - African Champions
 EGYPT 1-0 ITALY Italy - World Champions
 Mohamed Homos 40
  21-6-2009 - Rustenburg
United States - Concacaf Champions  UNITED STATES   3-0    EGYPT Egypt - African Champions
 Charlie Davies 21
 Michael Bradley 63
 Clint Dempsey 71
  21-6-2009 - Tshwane / Pretoria
Brazil - South American Champions
  BRAZIL 3-0 ITALY Italy - World Champions
 Luis Fabiano 37, 45
 Andrea Dossena 45 og
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.   GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *SPAIN 3 3 0 0 8 0 +8 9
 *SOUTH AFRICA 3 1 1 1 2 2 +0 4
 IRAQ 3 0 2 1 0 1 -1 2
 NEW ZEALAND 3 0 1 2 0 7 -7 1
 Team  P.   W.   D.   L.   GF   GA   G.Dif.  Pts. 
 *BRAZIL 3 3 0 0 10 3 +7 9
 *UNITED STATES 3 1 0 2 4 6 -2 3
 ITALY 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 3
 EGYPT 3 1 0 2 4 7 -3 3

 Semifinal: 24-6-2009 - Pretoria  
  Spain - European Champions SPAIN 0-2   UNITED STATES United States - Concacaf Champions        
  Jozy Altidore 27
Clint Dempsey 74
       
       FINAL:  28-6-2009 - Johanesburg
      Brazil - South American Champions BRAZIL        3-2     UNITED STATES United States - Concacaf Champions
 Semifinal: 25-6-2009 - Johanesburg       Luis Fabiano 46, 74
Lucio 84
   Clint Dempsey 10
   Landon Donovan 27
Brazil - South American Champions BRAZIL   1-0   SOUTH AFRICA South Africa - Host Nation        
Daniel Alves 88

                 
                 
                 3-rd Place:  28-6-2009 - Rustenburg
                  Spain - European Champions  SPAIN      3-2 SOUTH AFRICA South Africa - Host Nation  
                 D. Gúiza 88, 89
 X. Alonso 107
K. Mphela 73, 90+3
                 Spain won 3-2 after extra time

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

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