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South Africa 2010: the final 32
November 19th, 2009 7AM
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[WORLD CUP 2010 COUNTDOWN] The 32-team field for the 2010 World Cup is set. With the qualification of France and Uruguay on Wednesday, that means every former champion will be in South Africa. The only team playing for the first time will be Slovakia.

THE FINAL 32
Concacaf
18. Mexico
19. USA
23. Honduras

Europe
5. Netherlands
(Group 9)
9. England (Group 6)
10. Spain (Group 5)
13. Germany (Group 4)
14. Denmark (Group 1)
15. Serbia (Group 7)
16. Italy (Group 8)
20. Switzerland (Group 2)
21. Slovakia (Group 3)
28. Greece (playoff)
29. Slovenia (playoff)
30. Portugal (playoff)
31. France (playoff)

South America
7. Brazil (South America)
11. Paraguay (South America)
17. Chile (South America)
22. Argentina (South America)
32. Uruguay (South America)

Africa
1. South Africa (host)
8. Ghana (Africa Group D)
12. Ivory Coast (Africa Group E)
25. Nigeria (Group xx)
26. Cameroon (Group xx)
27. Algeria (Group xx playoff)

Asia
2. Japan
(Group 1)
3. South Korea (Group 2)
4. Australia (Group 1)
6. North Korea (Group 2)

Oceania
24. New Zealand (playoff)

 



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