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World Cup 2010 Qualifying Draw-CONCACAF
November 26th, 2007 7AM




FIRST ROUND: After a preliminary round involving 23 Caribbean teams, the first round will consist of 12 home-and-away series.

SEMIFINAL: The 12 first-round winners will advance to the semifinal round in which they will be divided into three groups of four.

HEXAGONAL: The top two teams in each of the three semifinal groups advance to the final round of qualifying, where they play each other on a home-and-away basis. The first three qualify for the World Cup finals.

PLAYOFF: The fourth-place team goes into a playoff against the fifth-place South American team for a place in the finals.


Group 1A
Dominica vs. Barbados
United States vs. Winner

Group 1B
Turks & Caicos Islands vs. Saint Lucia
Guatemala vs. Winner

Group 1C
Bermuda vs. Cayman Islands
Trinidad and Tobago vs. Winner

Group 1D
Aruba vs. Antigua and Barbuda
Winner vs. Cuba

Group 2A
Belize vs. Saint Kitts and Nevis
Winner vs. Mexico

Group 2B
Bahamas vs. British Virgin Islands
Jamaica vs. Winner

Group 2C
Dominican Republic vs. Puerto Rico
Honduras vs. Winner

Group 2D
Canada vs. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Group 3A
US Virgin Islands vs. Grenada
Winner vs. Costa Rica

Group 3B
Suriname vs. Montserrat
Winner vs. Guyana

Group 3C
El Salvador vs. Anguilla
Panama vs. Winner

Group 3D
Nicaragua vs. Netherlands Antilles
Haiti vs. Winner


First Round (Caribbean)-2008
Feb. 6-March 26

Second Round-2008
June 2008
June 2008

Semifinal Round-2008
Aug. 20 - Game 1
Sept. 6 - Game 2
Sept. 10 - Game 3
Oct. 11 - Game 4
Oct. 15 - Game 5
Nov. 19 - Game 6

Feb. 11 - Game 1
March 28 - Game 2
April 1 - Game 3
June 6 - Game 4
June 10 - Game 5
Aug. 19 - Game 6
Sept. 5 - Game 7
Sept. 9 - Game 8
Oct. 10 - Game 9
Oct. 14 - Game 10


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