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The European Road to the World Cup 2010 South Africa

13 European nations will qualify for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Qualifying groups were drawn on November 25th 2007 in Durban.

European football chief Michel Platini announced on 24th June 2007 that the European qualifying format will consist of eight groups of six teams and one group of five teams. The winners of each group will qualify automatically with the eight best runners up playing home and away play-off matches to determine the other four places. A total of 13 teams will qualify from Europe

Group 1 table/fixtures/results Group 2 table/fixtures/results Group 3 table/fixtures/results Group 4  table/fixtures/results
Portugal Greece Czech Republic Germany
Sweden Israel Poland Russia
Denmark Switzerland Northern Ireland Finland
Hungary Moldova Slovakia Wales
Albania Latvia Slovenia Azerbaijan
Malta Luxembourg San Marino Liechtenstein
Group 5 table/fixtures/results Group 6 table/fixtures/results Group 7 table/fixtures/results
Spain Croatia France
Turkey ENGLAND Romania
Belgium Ukraine Serbia
Bosnia Herzegovina Belarus Lithuania
Armenia Kazahkstan Austria
Estonia Andorra Faroe Islands
Group 8  table/fixtures/results Group 9  table/fixtures/results
Italy Holland
Bulgaria Scotland
Republic of Ireland Iceland
Cyprus Norway
Georgia Macedonia
Montenegro  

 

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