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International: 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup Schedule
January 28th, 1999 12AM

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Here is the schedule for the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup, to be held July 24-Aug. 4 in Mexico.

First Round

Group A

July 25 -- Bolivia vs. Egypt, Mexico vs. Saudi Arabia in Mexico City. July 27 -- Saudi Arabia vs. Bolivia, Mexico vs. Egypt in Mexico City. July 29 -- Egypt vs. Saudi Arabia, Mexico vs. Bolivia in Mexico City.

Group B

July 24 -- Brazil vs. Germany, USA vs. New Zealand in Guadalajara. July 28 -- Germany vs. New Zealand, USA vs. Brazil in Guadalajara. July 30 -- USA vs. Germany, Brazil vs. New Zealand in Guadalajara.

Semifinals

Aug. 1 -- Group A winner vs. Group B runner-up in Mexico City, Group B winner vs. Group A runner-up in Guadalajara.

Third-Place Match

Aug. 3 -- Semifinal losers in Guadalajara.

Championship

Aug. 4 -- Semifinal winners in Mexico City.


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