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South Africa '09 on television
June 15th, 2009 7AM

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A big week of international action from the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa begins Monday with USA-Italy and Brazil-Egypt. For the complete television schedule ...

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Note: All kickoff times are ET.

Group A
June 17
Spain vs. Iraq (ESPN2, Galavision, ESPN360.com, 10 am)
South Africa vs. New Zealand (ESPN2, Galavision, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)
June 20
Iraq vs. New Zealand (TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm; ESPN2, June 21, 1 am -- delay)
Spain vs. South Africa (ESPN2, Univision, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)

Group B

June 15
Brazil vs. Egypt (ESPN2, Galavision, ESPN360.com, 10 am)
USA vs. Italy (ESPN, TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)
June 18
USA vs. Brazil (ESPN2, TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 10 am)
Egypt vs. Italy (ESPN2, Galavision, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)
June 21
Italy vs. Brazil (ESPN, Univision, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)
Egypt vs. USA (ESPN2, TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)

Semifinals

June 24
1A vs. 2B (ESPN, TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)
June 25
1B vs. 2 A (ESPN, TeleFutura, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)

Third-Place Game

June 28
(ESPN2, Univision, ESPN360.com, 9 am)

Final

June 28
(ESPN2, Univision, ESPN360.com, 2:30 pm)

RESULTS:
Group A

June 14
South Africa 0 Iraq 0
Spain 5 New Zealand 0



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