32 Teams compete in the Germany 2006 World Cup
The organisation committee of FIFA World Cup 2006 highlighted
110 different locations in Germany as suitable accommodation for the 32 participating
teams. The prerequisites consisted of a minimum of 40 rooms, meeting halls, appropriate
food and when possible recreational and wellness areas.
The deadline was March 2006 for the World Cup participants to decide
where they would lodge during World Cup training.
In addition to the accommodation sites available to the teams, two
hotels in each of the game locations are also reserved; where the teams can assemble
before the match.
Costa Rica, Australia, Brazil, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Croatia, Ecuador, England, France,
Germany, Ghana, Holland,
Italy, Iran, Japan,
Mexico, Paraguay, Poland,
Portugal, Serbia-Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,
Togo, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, USA, Ukraine.
48 First Round matches in eight
groups of four teams each; from Friday, 9th June to Friday, 23rd June.
Group A Group B Group C Group D
Group E Group F Group G Group H
The first two teams in each group move on to the Second Round.
staged the opening game of the 2006 World Cup.
hosted the 2006 World Cup Final.
The top 16 countries in the world continue on the road to Berlin
in the knockout stage.
Fans get two games a day from Saturday, 24th June to Tuesday, 27th
Friday, 30th June and Saturday, 1st July.
Quarter-final matches took place in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Gelsenkirchen.
Tuesday, 4th July.
The first semi-final was in Dortmund.
Wednesday, 5th July.
The second semi-final was in Munich.
Both kick-offs were at 21:00, local time.
Saturday, 8th July.
hosted the game for 3rd place at 21:00 local time.
2006 World Cup Final
Berlin - Sunday, 9th July
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