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2002 World Cup Schedule - World Football Championship in Japan and South Korea

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World cup 2002 Spielplan und Infos

This is the 2002 World Cup match Schedule with information about the 17th Football World Championship for viewing and printing. The final tournament of the 17th Football World Cup was held from the 31th of May to the 30th of June 2002 in Japan and South Korea.

World Champions 2002:

Brazil (5th title)

Best player:

Oliver Kahn (Germany)

Top scorer(s):

Ronaldo (Brazil) with 8 goals scored

Best Goalkeeper (Lev-Yashin-Award):

Oliver Kahn (Germany)

Goals scored:

161 (∅: 2,52 per match) in 64 matches

Nice 2 Know:

Record: France scored no goal as the defending champion at the 2002 World Cup + + + For the first time a goalkeeper as the best player + + + Hakan Şükür scored in the match for third place after 11 seconds the fastest World Cup goal ever.

Famous Songs:

Anastacia - "Boom" (Official Song) >>iTunes
Die Toten Hosen - "We will be heroes" >>iTunes
Vangelis - Anthem (World Cup 2002) >>iTunes

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Final

World Champions 2002:
Brazil
 
30.06.2002F
1:0
BrazilGermany
Yokohama - Yokohama International
 
Second:
Germany

Third place play-off

 
29.06.2002SP3
3:2
TurkeySouth Korea
Daegu - World-Cup-Stadion
 

Semi-finals

 
25.06.2002SF1
1:0
GermanySouth Korea
Seoul - World Cup Stadium
 
 
26.06.2002SF2
1:0
BrazilTurkey
Saitama - Saitama Stadium
 

Quarter-finals

 
21.06.2002QF1
2:1
BrazilEngland
Fukuroi - Shizuoka-Ecopa-Stadion
 
 
21.06.2002QF2
1:0
GermanyUSA
Ulsan - Munsu-Stadion
 
 
22.06.2002QF3
5:3
South Koreaa.e.t.Spain
Gwangju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 
22.06.2002QF4
1:0
Turkeya.e.t.Senegal
Ōsaka - Nagai-Stadion
 

Round of 16

 
15.06.2002R16-1
1:0
GermanyParaguay
Seogwipo - Jeju-World-Cup-Stadion
 
 
16.06.2002R16-3
2:1
Senegala.e.t.Sweden
Ōita - Kyūshū Sekiyu Dome
 
 
17.06.2002R16-5
2:0
USAMexico
Jeonju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 
18.06.2002R16-7
1:0
Turkeya.e.t.Japan
Rifu - Miyagi-Stadion
 
 
15.06.2002R16-2
3:0
EnglandDenmark
Niigata - Niigata Stadion
 
 
16.06.2002R16-4
3:2
Spaina.e.t.Ireland
Suwon - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 
17.06.2002R16-6
2:0
BrazilBelgium
Kobe - Kobe Wing Stadium
 
 
18.06.2002R16-8
2:1
South Koreaa.e.t.Italy
Daejeon - World-Cup-Stadion
 

Group stage

Group APldGoalsGDPts
Denmark35:237
Senegal35:415
Uruguay34:5-12
France30:3-31
Group BPldGoalsGDPts
Spain39:459
Paraguay36:604
South Africa35:504
Slovenia32:7-50
Group CPldGoalsGDPts
Brazil311:389
Turkey35:324
Costa Rica35:6-14
China PR30:9-90
Group DPldGoalsGDPts
South Korea34:137
USA35:6-14
Portugal36:423
Poland33:7-43
 31.05.2002
1:0
SenegalFrance
Seoul - World Cup Stadium
 
 02.06.2002
2:2
ParaguaySouth Africa
Busan - Asia-Main-Stadion
 
 03.06.2002
2:1
BrazilTurkey
Ulsan - Munsu-Stadion
 
 04.06.2002
2:0
South KoreaPoland
Busan - Asia-Main-Stadion
 
 01.06.2002
2:1
DenmarkUruguay
Ulsan - Munsu-Stadion
 
 02.06.2002
3:1
SpainSlovenia
Gwangju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 04.06.2002
2:0
Costa RicaChina PR
Gwangju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 05.06.2002
3:2
USAPortugal
Suwon - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 06.06.2002
1:1
DenmarkSenegal
Daegu - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 07.06.2002
3:1
SpainParaguay
Jeonju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 08.06.2002
4:0
BrazilChina PR
Seogwipo - Jeju-World-Cup-Stadion
 
 10.06.2002
1:1
South KoreaUSA
Daegu - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 06.06.2002
0:0
UruguayFrance
Busan - Asia-Main-Stadion
 
 07.06.2002
1:0
South AfricaSlovenia
Daegu - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 09.06.2002
1:1
Costa RicaTurkey
Incheon - Munhak-Stadion
 
 10.06.2002
4:0
PortugalPoland
Jeonju - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 11.06.2002
2:0
DenmarkFrance
Incheon - Munhak-Stadion
 
 12.06.2002
3:2
SpainSouth Africa
Daejeon - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 13.06.2002
5:2
BrazilCosta Rica
Suwon - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 14.06.2002
1:0
South KoreaPortugal
Incheon - Munhak-Stadion
 
 11.06.2002
3:3
UruguaySenegal
Suwon - World-Cup-Stadion
 
 12.06.2002
3:1
ParaguaySlovenia
Seogwipo - Jeju-World-Cup-Stadion
 
 13.06.2002
3:0
TurkeyChina PR
Seoul - World Cup Stadium
 
 14.06.2002
3:1
PolandUSA
Daejeon - World-Cup-Stadion
 

Group EPldGoalsGDPts
Germany311:1107
Ireland35:235
Cameroon32:3-14
Saudi-Arab.30:12-120
Group FPldGoalsGDPts
Sweden34:315
England32:115
Argentina32:204
Niger31:3-21
Group GPldGoalsGDPts
Mexico34:227
Italy34:314
Croatia32:3-13
Ecuador32:4-23
Group HPldGoalsGDPts
Japan35:237
Belgium36:515
Russia34:403
Tunisia31:5-41
 01.06.2002
1:1
IrelandCameroon
Niigata - Niigata Stadion
 
 02.06.2002
1:0
ArgentinaNiger
Ibaraki - Kashima Soccer
 
 03.06.2002
1:0
MexicoCroatia
Niigata - Niigata Stadion
 
 04.06.2002
2:2
JapanBelgium
Saitama - Saitama Stadium
 
 01.06.2002
8:0
GermanySaudi-Arab.
Sapporo - Sapporo Dome
 
 02.06.2002
1:1
EnglandSweden
Saitama - Saitama Stadium
 
 03.06.2002
2:0
ItalyEcuador
Sapporo - Sapporo Dome
 
 05.06.2002
2:0
RussiaTunisia
Kobe - Kobe Wing Stadium
 
 05.06.2002
1:1
GermanyIreland
Ibaraki - Kashima Soccer
 
 07.06.2002
2:1
SwedenNiger
Kobe - Kobe Wing Stadium
 
 08.06.2002
2:1
CroatiaItaly
Ibaraki - Kashima Soccer
 
 09.06.2002
1:0
JapanRussia
Yokohama - Yokohama International
 
 06.06.2002
1:0
CameroonSaudi-Arab.
Saitama - Saitama Stadium
 
 07.06.2002
1:0
EnglandArgentina
Sapporo - Sapporo Dome
 
 09.06.2002
2:1
MexicoEcuador
Rifu - Miyagi-Stadion
 
 10.06.2002
1:1
BelgiumTunisia
Ōita - Kyūshū Sekiyu Dome
 
 11.06.2002
2:0
GermanyCameroon
Fukuroi - Shizuoka-Ecopa-Stadion
 
 12.06.2002
1:1
ArgentinaSweden
Rifu - Miyagi-Stadion
 
 13.06.2002
1:1
MexicoItaly
Ōita - Kyūshū Sekiyu Dome
 
 14.06.2002
2:0
JapanTunisia
Ōsaka - Nagai-Stadion
 
 11.06.2002
3:0
IrelandSaudi-Arab.
Yokohama - Yokohama International
 
 12.06.2002
0:0
EnglandNiger
Ōsaka - Nagai-Stadion
 
 13.06.2002
1:0
EcuadorCroatia
Yokohama - Yokohama International
 
 14.06.2002
3:2
BelgiumRussia
Fukuroi - Shizuoka-Ecopa-Stadion
 


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