Confederations Cup 2013

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Brazil the spiritual samba home of football are set to host the 9th  FIFA Confederations Cup  and it is basically a dry run for the main event that is the 2014 World Cup.

It all kicks-off with Brazil playing Japan Saturday 15th June with the final Sunday 30th June.

For Brazil it is a chance to play “competitive” matches as opposed to the numerous meaningless marketing games.

Spain are the biggest threat to them but don’t discount, Japan Italy or Uruguay and if you can recall the USA beat Spain 2-0 in the semis back in 2009 before narrowly losing 3-2 to Brazil.

Group A sees hosts Brazil playing the AFC champions Japan, CONCACAF champions Mexico and UEFA Euro runners-up Italy.

The “Group Games”

 

Date Home   Away  
Jun 15 Brazil vs Japan 20:00 GMT
Jun 16 Mexico vs Italy 20:00 GMT
Jun 16 Spain vs Uruguay 23:00 GMT
Jun 17 Tahiti vs Nigeria 20:00 GMT
Jun 19 Brazil vs Mexico 20:00 GMT
Jun 19 Italy vs Japan 23:00 GMT
Jun 20 Spain vs Tahiti 20:00 GMT
Jun 20 Nigeria vs Uruguay 23:00 GMT
Jun 22 Japan vs Mexico 20:00 GMT
Jun 22 Italy vs Brazil 20:00 GMT

 

Group B boasts the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro champions Spain who play CAF champions Nigeria, OFC champions Tahiti and CONMEBOL champions Uruguay.

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