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თემა: FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 (Draw results)

2011-07-30 22:49:40
Charles Hill მიმართავს ყველას
The Draw results in full
Saturday 30 July 2011



FIFA.com rounds up the results from the Preliminary Draw which took place at the Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday 30 July.

Intercontinental play-offs
Asia – South America
North, Central America and the Caribbean - Oceania

African Zone Draw
Group A: South Africa, Botswana, Central African Republic, Somalia or Ethiopia
Group B: Tunisia, Cape Verde Islands, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea or Madagascar
Group C: Côte d'Ivoire, Morocco, Gambia, Chad or Tanzania
Group D: Ghana, Zambia, Sudan, Lesotho or Burundi
Group E: Burkina Faso, Gabon, Niger, Sao Tome e Principe or Congo
Group F: Nigeria, Malawi, Seychelles or Kenya, Djibouti or Namibia
Group G: Egypt, Guinea, Zimbabwe, Comoros or Mozambique
Group H: Algeria, Mali, Benin, Eritrea or Rwanda
Group I: Cameroon, Libya, Guinea-Bissau or Togo, Swaziland or Congo DR
Group J: Senegal, Uganda, Angola, Mauritius or Liberia

Asian Zone Draw
Group A: China, Jordan, Iraq, Singapore
Group B: Korea Republic, Kuwait, UAE, Lebanon
Group C: Japan, Uzbekistan, Syria, Korea DPR
Group D: Australia, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Thailand
Group E: Iran, Qatar, Bahrain, Indonesia

North, Central America and the Caribbean Zone Draw (Round Two)
Group A: El Salvador, Surinam, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic
Group B: Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados, Bermuda
Group C: Panama, Dominica, Nicaragua, Bahamas
Group D: Canada, St. Kitts and Nevis, Puerto Rico, St Lucia
Group E: Grenada, Guatemala, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize
Group F: Haiti, Antigua and Barbuda, Curacao, US Virgin Islands

North, Central America and the Caribbean Zone Draw (Round Three)
Group A: USA, Jamaica, Winner of R2 Grp E, Winner of R2 Grp F
Group B: Mexico, Costa Rica, Winner of R2 Grp A, Winner of R2 Grp B
Group C: Honduras, Cuba, Winner of R2 Grp D, Winner of R2 Grp C

Oceanian Zone Draw
Group A: Vanuatu, New Caledonia, American Samoa/Cook Islands/Samoa or Tonga, Tahiti
Group B: Fiji, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea

European Zone Draw
Group A: Croatia, Serbia, Belgium, Scotland, Macedonia, Wales
Group B: Italy, Denmark, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Armenia, Malta.
Group C: Germany, Sweden, Republic of Ireland, Austria, Faroe Islands, Kazakhstan.
Group D: Netherlands, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Estonia, Andorra.
Group E: Norway, Slovenia, Switzerland, Albania, Cyprus, Iceland.
Group F: Portugal, Russia, Israel, Northern Ireland, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg
Group G: Greece, Slovakia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lithuania, Latvia, Lichtenstein
Group H: England, Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, San Marino
Group I: Spain, France, Belarus, Georgia, Finland

South America Zone (no draw)
Argentina
Bolivia
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela

With Brazil automatically qualified as hosts, the remaining nine member associations will play each other on a home and away basis.



Qualification
Africa (CAF)
52 teams competing for 5 places.

Asia (AFC)
43 teams competing for 4 or 5 places, with intercontinental play-offs to determine the exact number.

North, Central American and the Caribbean (CONCACAF)
35 teams competing for 3 or 4 places, with intercontinental play-offs to determine the exact number.

Oceania (OFC)
11 teams competing for 0 or 1 places, with intercontinental play-offs to determine the exact number.

Europe (UEFA)
53 teams competing for 13 places.

South America (CONMEBOL)
9 teams competing for 4 or 5 places, with intercontinental play-offs to determine the exact number. Brazil as hosts, qualify automatically. In total therefore, CONMEBOL will have 5 or 6 places.



Info, videos, photos and more:
FIFA.com
Wikipedia

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2011-07-30 22:51:50
borkos007 მიმართავს Charles Hill
I'm more than happy, if we change our coach we have a big chance to get the 2nd place :)
2011-07-30 22:57:46
Ice-T [del] მიმართავს Charles Hill
Group D: Netherlands, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Estonia, Andorra.

Here I'll quote Loczenty:

if it were SK it would be a killing zone

=)
2011-07-30 23:19:19
Charles Hill მიმართავს Ice-T [del]
lol :P
2011-07-30 23:22:54
anaconda [del] მიმართავს Ice-T [del]
and I'm Victor Piturca, eh?:))
2011-07-30 23:25:20
Levitate [50 days ban] [del] მიმართავს anaconda [del]
It seems quite a nice group for Belgium:

Group A: Croatia, Serbia, Belgium, Scotland, Macedonia, Wales

It will be a very close group I think.
2011-07-30 23:48:36
Stevie მიმართავს Levitate [50 days ban] [del]
Not a nice group at all Rubinho lol !!!

Croatia always seem to be a good team and very hard to beat

Serbia are over rated imo - Belgium are slightly better id guess

Scotland - where do i start ? we have some top class players , we just need to make sure that they gel as a team and get us some good results - we have players like Fletcher(Man Utd) , Adam(Liverpool) , McGregor(Rangers) ( THE best goalkeeper in Britain imo ) also in there Dorrans , Snodgrass , Bannan and a few others

Looks like a very interesting group to me :)
2011-07-31 00:25:37
Charles Hill მიმართავს Stevie
Group D: Netherlands, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Estonia, Andorra.

This draw is fine by me :) Don't think the Netherlands have to be afraid of anyone. Didn't really matter who we draw.
2011-07-31 00:27:21
Levitate [50 days ban] [del] მიმართავს Stevie
Then why isn't it a nice group? I think we could have had way worse. Look at the group with Spain and France ... And I'm sorry, but I don't see Scotland going through. I think Croatia will take first place, Belgium and Serbia will have to fight for second, hopefully they have mad fans who will cost them points again :p And I'm happy we don't have those far games (Kazakhstan, Azerbaycan, Georgia, Armenia).
2011-07-31 03:06:54
mizrolist [del] მიმართავს Charles Hill
It's a hard group for everyone, except Netherlands. I think Hungary will finish 4th in this group.
2011-07-31 08:08:22
Wo-10 [del] მიმართავს borkos007
You? :D :D ... Montenegro - Poland 3:0 :D :D :D
2011-07-31 10:33:33
Stevie მიმართავს Levitate [50 days ban] [del]
And I'm sorry, but I don't see Scotland going through

Thats the attitude we want you to have :) lol , please underestimate us like france did when we beat them twice ! , its not nice because IMO the top 4 teams all have a good chance to make it

I believe we will shock people mate , we have the players coming through :)
2011-07-31 10:47:24
Levitate [50 days ban] [del] მიმართავს Stevie
France, that's a while ago. Since end 2007, the results haven't been very good, have they?

(Not that I'm saying Belgium is having great results :p)

And I'm not saying Scotland has no chance, Croatia, Serbia, Belgium and Scotland all have a chance to go through. But Scotland going through is not very likely imo.
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2011-07-31 11:08:46
zenunovic [del] მიმართავს Charles Hill
Group G: Greece, Slovakia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lithuania, Latvia, Lichtenstein

Very happy

my opinion on european zone draw

group A: 1.place:Croatia 2.place:Serbia
group B: 1.place:Italy 2.place:Czech Republic
group C: 1.place:Germany 2.place:Republic of Ireland
group D: 1.place:Netherlands 2.place:Turkey
group E: 1.place:Slovenia 2.place:Norway
group F: 1.place:Russia 2.place:Portugal
group G 1.place:Bosnia-Herzegovina 2.place:greece
group:H 1:place:England 2.place:Ukraine
group:I 1.place:Spain 2.place:France
2011-07-31 12:01:26
Charles Hill მიმართავს mizrolist [del]
It's a hard group for everyone, except Netherlands. I think Hungary will finish 4th in this group.

I don't think it's going to be easy for the Netherlands, but as number 2 on the FIFA world ranking we should become number 1 in this group. But Hiddink knows how to beat us (see Netherlands-Russia 2008) so Turkey will be our biggest problem I think.
2011-07-31 12:26:53
Charles Hill მიმართავს zenunovic [del]
Well, looking at the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking the best teams are drawn as first and second so they are the favorites.

Group A: Croatia, Serbia
Group B: Italy, Denmark
Group C: Germany, Sweden
Group D: Netherlands, Turkey
Group E: Norway, Slovenia
Group F: Portugal, Russia
Group G: Greece, Slovakia
Group H: England, Montenegro
Group I: Spain, France

But if you look at the previous ranking (Jun 2011), these countries went up a lot of places: Montenegro+8, Sweden+9, Denmark+7, Turkey+7, Bosnia-Herzegovina+6, Belarus+13 and Hungary+6. I think these countries can be the surprise of their group if they are not first or second draw in their group.

So looking at this, group D won't be that easy at all :P