2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification (CONCACAF)

2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification (CONCACAF)

The CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American, and Caribbean Association Football) qualification stage for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa consisted of 35 national teams competing for the three berths given automatically to CONCACAF by FIFA. The United States, Mexico and Honduras qualified. The fourth place finisher, Costa Rica, played a two game playoff with the CONMEBOL fifth place finisher, Uruguay, for a possible fourth berth.

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2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification (CONCACAF) - Goalscorers
2 1 ... Q "—" = First Round Bye "X" = Eliminated "Q" = Team qualified for WorldCup and did not need playoff 4 goals Álvaro Saborío Roberto Linares Ronald ...

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