The Quarter-finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup were as follows:Netherlands 2-1 Brazil
July 2 (16:00)
Location: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
Head Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)
Netherlands' Goalscorer: Wesley Sneijder - 53rd, 68th minute
Brazil's Goalscorer: Robinho - 10th minute
Man of the Match: Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)
Results: The Netherlands advance to the Semi-finals. Brazil is eliminated from the competition.Uruguay 1-1 (4-2 pen.) Ghana
July 2 (20:30)
Location: Soccer City, Johannesburg
Head Referee: OlegÃ¡rio BenquerenÃ§a (Portugal)
Uruguay's Goalscorer: Diego ForlÃ¡n- 55th minute
Ghana's Goalscorer: Sulley Muntari - 47th minute
Uruguay's Penalty Goalscorers:
Ghana's Penalty Goalscorers:
Man of the Match: Diego ForlÃ¡n (Uruguay)
Results: Uruguay advances to the Semi-finals. Ghana is eliminated from the competition.Argentina 0-4 Germany
July 3 (16:00)
Location: Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town
Head Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)
Germany's Goalscorers: Thomas MÃ¼ller - 3rd minute, Miroslav Klose - 68th, 89th minute, Arne Friedrich - 74th minute
Man of the Match: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
Results: Germany advances to the Semi-finals. Argentina is eliminated from the competition.Paraguay 0-1 Spain
July 3 (20:30)
Location: Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg
Head Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)
Spain's Goalscorer: David Villa - 83rd minute
Man of the Match: AndrÃ©s Iniesta (Spain)
Results: Spain advances to the Semi-finals. Paraguay is eliminated from the competition.
It is Bulgaria and Romania and Croatia.
13 European teams qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. They are: Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia England France Germany Greece Italy Netherlands Portugal Russia Spain Switzerland
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32 teams qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. See the related question below.
Five teams from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup:CameroonIvory CoastNigeriaGhanaAlgeria
32 teams qualified for the tournament in 2010
32 teams qualify every 4 years.
16 teams have qualified for the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.
there is 32 teams that have qualified
List of qualified teamsThe following 32 teams qualified for the final tournament.AFC (4) AustraliaJapanKorea DPRKorea RepublicCAF (6) AlgeriaCameroonCÃƒÂ´te d'IvoireGhanaNigeriaSouth Africa (hosts)CONCACAF (3) HondurasMexicoUnited StatesCONMEBOL (5) ArgentinaBrazilChileParaguayUruguayOFC (1) New ZealandUEFA (13) DenmarkEnglandFranceGermanyGreeceItalyNetherlandsPortugalSerbiaSlovakiaSloveniaSpainSwitzerland