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26 November 2007, BRUSSELS - The draw for the qualifying groups for the 2010 World Cup was made in South Africa on Sunday afternoon. The Belgian national football team will face stiff opposition in a group that includes Turkey and Spain. The Belgians have been drawn in Group 5 against Spain, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Armenia and Estonia.

26 November 2007

BRUSSELS - The draw for the qualifying groups for the 2010 World Cup was made in South Africa on Sunday afternoon. The Belgian national football team will face stiff opposition in a group that includes Turkey and Spain.
The Belgians have been drawn in Group 5 against Spain, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Armenia and Estonia.

The first qualify group matches will be played next August. The winners of each of the nine qualifying groups from Europe will go through to the World Cup finals in South Africa in 2010.

The eight best second-placed teams will take-part in play-off matches for a place in the finals.

A total of 13 European countries will be among those competing at what will be the first ever World Cup finals to be held in Africa.

[Copyright Flanders news 2007]

Subject: Belgian news

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