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SOUTH KOREA
  THEFIFAWORLDCUPS    
 KOREA REPUBLIC AT THE WORLD CUPS  
   
                                         
                                           
                                           
   
   
                                           
                                         
                           
  We play football. We love football.          
  We breathe football. We live football.        
                             
                                         
                                         
   SOUTH KOREA  
     
     
 

The South Korea national football team (Korean: 한국 대표팀) represents South Korea in international football and is controlled by the Korea Football Association (Korean: 대한축구협회 Daehan Chukgu Hyeophoe), the governing body for football in South Korea.

The Korea Football Association was founded in 1928, became a member of FIFA in 1948, and a member of AFC in 1954. The first All Korea Football Tournament (All Joseon Football Tournament) was held in 1921. It was a league under Japanese rule for young, youth, student and adult amateur players. Different semi-professional football leagues ran from 1939-1986. K. League officially kicked-off its first season in 1987 (albeit with a different name in those years). The first champion of the professional era was Daewoo Royals, now known as Busan IPark, and the runner-up was POSCO Atoms, now known as Pohang Steelers.

South Korea is the most successful football team in Asia. The South Koreans qualified for the last eigth consecutive FIFA World Cups, and also won the first two editions of the Asian Cup.

 
     
       
       
   QUICK FACTS  
       
       
 
  Association
  Korea Football Association   
  Confederation
  AFC 
  Nickname
  Taegeuk Warriors - The Red Devils

  Foundation year
 1933
  Affiliate since
 1948
  Topscorer in WC
  Ahn Jung-Hwan - Park Ji-Sung: 3
  Head Coach
  Uli Stielike (Germany)
  Titles
  None
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
       
       
   TITLES  
   
   
 
       
       
   SOUTH KOREAAPPEARANCES AT WORLD CUPS  
       
       
 
Nro
Flag
World Cup
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Perf.
Rd
Pos
Par
Pt
P/Par
Ap.
Total
31
5
9
17
31
67
-36
24
5.56
19
27.55
17
20.10
9
5
 1954 Switzerland
2
0
0
2
0
16
-16
0
0.00
1R
16
16
1
1.00
1
13
 1986 Mexico
3
0
1
2
4
7
-3
1
0.33
1R
20
24
1
0.83
2
14
 1990 Italy
3
0
0
3
1
6
-5
0
0.00
1R
22
24
1
0.81
3
15
 1994 United States
3
0
2
1
4
5
-1
2
0.67
1R
20
24
1
0.83
4
16
 1998 France
3
0
1
2
2
9
-7
1
0.33
1R
30
32
1
0.93
5
17
 2002 Korea-Japan
7
3
2
2
8
6
2
11
1.57
FP
4
32
8
0.12
6
18
 2006 Germany
3
1
1
1
3
4
-1
4
1.33
1R
17
32
1
0.53
7
19
 2010 South Africa
4
1
1
2
6
8
-2
4
1.00
2R
15
32
2
0.46
8
20
 2014 Brazil
3
0
1
2
3
6
-3
1
0.33
1R
27
32
1
0.84
9
 
       
 
 Where: Perf: Pts/Pld     Rd: Round     Pos: Position in the WC     Total Pos: SUM(Pos)/Ap     Par: No. participants    
 Pt: How many points scores in the WC. Champion: 32, Finalist: 16, TP: 12, FP: 8, QF: 4, R16: 2, FR: 1
 P/Par: Pos/Par     Total P/Par: SUM(P/Par + 1.25 * each World Cup uncontested)/20     Ap: Appearances
 
     
       
   HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORDS (AT WORLD CUPS)  
   
     
 
More Played Matches
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Belgium
3
0
1
2
0%
67%
2
 Spain
3
0
2
1
0%
33%
3
 Argentina
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
4
 Germany
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
5
 Italy
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
6
 Turkey
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
7
 Uruguay
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
8
 Algeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
9
 Bolivia
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
10
 Bulgaria
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
11
 France
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
12
 Greece
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
13
 Hungary
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
14
 Mexico
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
15
 Netherlands
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
16
 Nigeria
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
17
 Poland
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
18
 Portugal
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
19
 Russia
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
20
 Switzerland
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
21
 Togo
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
22
 United States
1
0
1
0
0%
0%

 

Best Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Portugal
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
2
 Poland
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
3
 Togo
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
4
 Greece
1
1
0
0
100%
0%

 

Worst Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Turkey
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
2
 Germany
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
3
 Uruguay
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
4
 Argentina
2
0
0
2
0%
100%
5
 Mexico
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
6
 Algeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
7
 Switzerland
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
8
 Hungary
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
9
 Netherlands
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
10
 Belgium
3
0
1
2
0%
67%

 

 
     
     
   GOALSCORERS AT WORLD CUPS
   
   
Nro
Player
TG
30
34
38
50
54
58
62
66
70
74
78
82
86
90
94
98
02
06
10
14
31
0
4
1
4
2
8
3
6
3
1
 Ahn Jung-Hwan
3
2
1
 
 Park Ji-Sung
3
1
1
1
 
3
 Hong Myung-Bo
2
2
 
 Hwang Sun-Hong
2
1
1
 
 Lee Chung-Yong
2
2
 
 Lee Jung-Soo
2
2
 
 Yoo Sang-Chul
2
1
1
 
8
 Choi Soon-Ho
1
1
 
 Ha Seok-Ju
1
1
 
 Hwangbo Kwan
1
1
 
 Huh Jung-Moo
1
1
 
 Kim Jong-Boo
1
1
 
 Lee Chun-Soo
1
1
 
 Lee Eul-Yong
1
1
 
 Park Chang-Seon
1
1
 
 Park Chu-Young
1
1
 
 Seo Jung-Won
1
1
 
 Seol Ki-Hyeon
1
1
 
 Song Chong-Gug
1
1
 
 Son Heung-min
1
                                     
1
 Koo Ja-cheol 
1
                                     
1
 Lee Keun-ho
1
                                     
1
 
     
     
   TOP GOALSCORERS AT ALL COMPETITIONS  
       
    Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of November 18, 2014  
     
 
#
Name
Goals
Caps
AVG/Games
Career
1
 Cha Bum-Kun
55
121
0.45
1972-86
2
 Hwang Sun-Hong
50
103
0.48
1988-02
3
 Park Lee-Chun
36
88
0.41
1969-74
4
 Kim Jae-Han
33
57
0.58
1972-79
 Lee Dong-Gook
33
103
0.32
1998-Present
6
 Kim Do-Hoon
30
72
0.41
1994-03
 Choi Soon-Ho
30
95
0.31
1980-91
8
 Huh Jung-Moo
29
84
0.34
1974-86
9
 Choi Yong-Soo
27
67
0.40
1995-03
10
 Lee Young-moo
27
84
0.32
1975-81
 
       
       
   MOST CAPPED PLAYERS AT ALL COMPETITIONS  
       
    Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of November 18, 2014  
     
 
#
Name
Caps
Career
1
 Hong Myung-Bo
136
1990-02
2
 Lee Woon-Jae
132
1994-10
3
 Lee Young-Pyo
127
1999-11
4
 Yoo Sang-Chul
122
1994-06
5
 Cha Bum-Kun
121
1972-86
6
 Kim Tae-Young
105
1992-04
7
 Hwang Sun-Hong
103
1988-02
 Lee Dong-Gook
103
1998-Present
9
 Park Ji-Sung
100
2000-11
10
 Kim Nam-Il
98
1998-2013
 
       
       
   SQUADS  
       
       
   
     
 

  

 
   AWARDED PLAYERS  
     
     
 
GOLDEN BALL (1)
#
Name
Rank
World Cup
1
 Hong Myung-bo
3
 2002 Korea-Japan

 

IFFHS PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 Bum-Kun Cha
112
1976-89
2
 Joo-Sung Kim
93
1987-99
3
 Soon-Ho Choi
33
1980-93
4
 Myung-Bo Hung
22
1992-04
5
 Hae-Won Chung
16
1983-91
6
 Sun-Hong Hwang
14
1991-03

 

IFFHS GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 In-Young Choi
15
1981-96
 
   
   
 
(1)
The Golden Ball award goes to the best player at each FIFA World Cup finals and was introduced for the first time in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.
   
   
   COACHES  
   
    [1] [2] [3] They were coaches in previous years; but, we do not have match results.
   
 
#
Cou
Name
Years
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
 Park Chung-Hwi
1948, 48-50, 55
2
 Lee Young-Min
1948
3
 Kim Hwa-Jip
1952-54
4
 Lee Yoo-Hyung
1954, 56, 61
5
 Kim Yong-Sik[3]
1954, 60
6
 Kim Keun-Chan
1958
7
 Chung Kook-Chin[1]
1959
8
 Wi Hye-Duk
1960
9
 Li Jong-Kap
1961
10
 Min Byung-Dae[2]
1962
11
 Chung Kook-Chin[1]
3
0
0
3
0%
1964
12
 Hong Kun-Pyo
6
3
2
1
50%
1965
13
 Min Byung-Dae[2]
26
15
5
6
58%
1966, 72-73
14
 Jang Kyung-Hwan
34
25
4
5
73%
1967, 79-80
15
 Park Il-Kap
7
5
0
2
71%
1968
16
 Kim Yong-Sik[3]
4
1
2
1
25%
1969
17
 Kang Joon-Young
5
4
1
0
80%
1969
18
 Han Hong-Ki
32
20
8
4
62%
1970-71
19
 Hong Deok-Young
4
1
3
0
25%
1971
20
 Park Byung-Suk
5
1
2
2
20%
1971-72
21
 Ham Heung-Chul
75
54
12
9
72%
1972, 74-76, 78-79
22
  Choi Young-Keun
6
2
1
5
33%
1974
23
 Moon Jung-Sik
26
13
7
6
50%
1976, 84-85
24
 Choi Jung-Min
21
14
6
1
67%
1977
25
 Kim Jung-Nam
62
35
15
12
56%
1977, 80-82, 85-86, 88
26
 Choi Eun-Taek
3
1
0
2
33%
1982-83
27
 Cho Yoon-Ohk
8
4
3
1
50%
1983
28
 Park Jong-Hwan
51
28
11
12
55%
1983-84, 86-88, 90, 95, 96-97
29
 Lee Hoe-Taik
30
18
6
6
60%
1988-90
30
 Lee Cha-Man
4
3
1
0
75%
1990
31
 Ko Jae-Wook
7
3
4
0
43%
1991, 95
32
 Kim Ho
37
14
15
8
38%
1992-94
33
 Anatoliy Byshovets
13
6
4
3
46%
1994-95
34
 Huh Jung-Moo
78
39
18
21
50%
1995, 98-00, 07-10
35
 Cha Bum-Kun
42
22
11
9
52%
1997-98
36
 Kim Pyung-Seok
1
0
1
0
0%
1998
37
 Park Hang-Seo
1
0
1
0
0%
2000
38
 Guus Hiddink
39
14
13
12
36%
2001-02
39
 Kim Ho-Gon
1
0
0
1
0%
2002
40
 Humberto Coelho
18
9
3
6
50%
2003-04
41
 Park Sung-Hwa
4
2
1
1
50%
2004
42
 Jo Bonfrere
24
10
8
6
42%
2004-05
43
 Dick Advocaat
19
9
5
5
47%
2005-06
44
 Pim Verbeek
17
6
6
5
35%
2006-07
45
 Cho Kwang-Rae
21
12
6
3
57%
2010-11
46
 Choi Kang-Hee
14
7
2
5
50%
2011-2013
47
 Hong Myung-Bo
19
5
4
10
26%
2013-2014
48
 Choi Kang-Hee
2
1
0
1
50%
2014-2014
49
 Hong Myung-Bo
4
2
0
2
50%
2014-Present
   
   
   Coaches with most appearances  
   
   
 
#
Cou
Name
Years
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
 Huh Jung-Moo
78
39
18
21
50%
1995, 98-00, 07-10
2
 Ham Heung-Chul
75
54
12
9
72%
1972, 74-76, 78-79
3
 Kim Jung-Nam
62
35
15
12
56%
1977, 80-82, 85-86, 88
   
   
   FIXTURES AND RESULTS  
   
   
   2013  
   
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
6 Feb 13
London, England
0-4
Croatia
F
2
26 Mar 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
2-1
Qatar
3
4 Jun 13
Beirut, Lebanon
1-1
Lebanon
4
11 Jun 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
1-0
Uzbekistan
5
18 Jun 13
Ulsan, Korea Republic
0-1
Iran
6
20 Jul 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
0-0
Australia
7
24 Jul 13
Hwaseong City, Korea Republic
0-0
China PR
8
28 Jul 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
1-2
Japan
9
14 Aug 13
Suwon, Korea Republic
0-0
Peru
F
10
6 Sep 13
Incheon, Korea Republic
4-1
Haiti
F
11
10 Sep 13
Jeonju, Korea Republic
1-2
Croatia
F
12
12 Oct 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
0-2
Brazil
F
13
15 Oct 13
Cheonan, Korea Republic
3-1
Mali
F
14
15 Nov 13
Seoul, Korea Republic
2-1
Switzerland
F
15
19 Nov 13
Dubai, UAE
1-2
Russia
F
 
   
   
   2014  
   
 
#
Cou
Name
Years
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
25 Jan 14
Los Angeles, USA
1-0
Costa Rica
F
2
29 Jan 14
San Antonio, USA
0-4
Mexico
F
3
5 Mar 14
Athens, Greece
2-0
Greece
F
4
26 May 14
Seoul, Korea Republic
0-1
Tunisia
F
5
9 Jun 14
Miami, USA
0-4
Ghana
F
6
17 Jun 14
Cuiabá, Brazil
1-1
Russia
7
22 Jun 14
Porto Alegre, Brazil
2-4
Algeria
8
26 Jun 14
São Paulo, Brazil
0-1
Belgium
9
5 Sep 14
Bucheon, Korea Republic
3-1
Venezuela
F
10
8 Sep 14
Goyang, Korea Republic
0-1
Uruguay
F
11
10 Oct 14
Cheonan, Korea Republic
2-0
Paraguay
F
12
14 Oct 14
Seoul, Korea Republic
1-3
Costa Rica
F
13
14 Nov 14
Amman, Jordan
1-0
Jordan
F
14
18 Nov 14
Tehran, Iram
0-1
Iran
F
   
   
   2015  
   
 
#
Cou
Name
Years
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
10 Jan 15
Canberra, Australia
1-0
Oman
2
13 Jan 15
Canberra, Australia
1-0
Kuwait
3
17 Jan 15
Athens, Australia
 
Australia
 
     
   ALL MATCHES IN WORLD CUPS  
   
   
 1954 Switzerland World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 1
Hungary
9-0
South Korea  
 Date: 17 June 1954
F. Puskás 12', 89'
 
 Stadium: Hardturm Stadium  
 Venue: Zürich
S. Kocsis 24', 36', 50'
 
 Attendance: 13,000  
 Referee: Raymond Vincenti (France)
P. Palotás 75', 83'
 
     
 First Round: Match 2
Turkey
7-0
South Korea    
 Date: 20 June 1954
M. Suat 10', 30'
 
 Stadium: Charmilles Stadium  
 Venue: Geneva
S. Burhan 37', 64', 70'
 
 Attendance: 4,000  
 Referee: Esteban Marino (Uruguay)  
   
   1986 Mexico World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 3
3-1
South Korea  
 Date: 2 June 1986
J. Valdano 6', 46'
Park Chang-Sun 73'
 Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Universitario  
 Venue: Mexico City    
 Attendance: 60,000    
 Referee: Victoriano Sánchez Arminio (Spain)  
   
 First Round: Match 4
Bulgaria
1-1
South Korea  
 Date: 5 June 1986 Kim Jong-Boo 70'
 Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Universitario
 
 Venue: Mexico City    
 Attendance:  45,000    
 Referee: Fallaj Al Shanar (Saudi Arabia)  
   
 First Round: Match 5
3-2
South Korea  
 Date: 10 June 1986
A. Altobelli 17', 73'
Choi Soon-Ho 62'
 Stadium: Estadio Cuauhtémoc
Cho Kwang-Rae o.g. 82'
Huh Jung-Moo 83'
 Venue: Puebla
 
 Attendance: 20,000  
 Referee: David Socha (United States)    
 
   
   1990 Italy World Cup
     
 First Round: Match 6
2-0
South Korea  
 Date: 12 June 1990    
 Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi  
 Venue: Verona    
 Attendance: 32,790      
 Referee: Vincent Mauro (United States)  
   
 First Round: Match 7
3-1
South Korea  
 Date: 17 June 1990
J. Míchel 23', 61', 81'
  Hwangbo Kwan 43'
 Stadium: Stadio Friuli
 
 Venue: Udine    
 Attendance: 32,733  
 Referee: Elías Jácome Guerrero (Ecuador)    
   
 First Round: Match 8
1-0
South Korea  
 Date: 21 June 1990  
 Stadium: Stadio Friuli
 
 Venue: Udine    
 Attendance: 29,039    
 Referee: Tullio Lanese (Italy)  
   
   1994 United States World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 9
2-2
South Korea  
 Date: 17 June 1994 Hong Myung-Bo 85'
 Stadium: Cotton Bowl Seo Jung-Won 90'
 Venue: Dallas    
 Attendance: 56,247    
 Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)  
   
 First Round: Match 10
0-0
Bolivia  
 Date: 23 June 1994    
 Stadium: Foxboro Stadium    
 Venue: Foxborough    
 Attendance: 54,453    
 Referee: Leslie Mottram (Scotland)  
   
 First Round: Match 11
3-2
South Korea  
 Date: 27 June 1994
J. Klinsmann 12', 37'
Hwang Sun-Hong 52'
 Stadium: Cotton Bowl Hong Myung-Bo 63'
 Venue: Dallas    
 Attendance: 63,998  
 Referee: Joël Quiniou (France)  
   
   1998 France World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 12
3-1
South Korea  
 Date: 13 June 1998 Ha Seok-Ju 27'
 Stadium: Stade de Gerland
L. Hernández 75', 84'
 
 Venue: Lyon    
 Attendance: 39,100  
 Referee: Günter Benkö (Austria)  
   
 First Round: Match 13
5-0
South Korea  
 Date: 20 June 1998  
 Stadium: Stade Vélodrome  
 Venue: Marseille  
 Attendance: 55,000  
 Referee: Ryszard Wójcik (Poland)  
   
 First Round: Match 14
1-1
South Korea  
 Date: 25 June 1998 Yoo Sang-Chul 72'
 Stadium: Parc des Princes
 
 Venue: Paris    
 Attendance: 45,500  
 Referee: Márcio Rezende de Freitas (Brazil)  
   
   2002 Korea-Japan World Cup
 
 First Round: Match 15
2-0
Poland  
 Date: 4 June 2002  
 Attendance: Busan Asiad Main Stadium  
 Venue: Busan    
 Attendance: 48,760  
 Referee: Oscar Ruíz (Colombia)  
 
 First Round: Match 16
1-1
United States  
 Date: 10 June 2002 C. Mathis 78'
 Stadium: Daegu World Cup Stadium
 
 Venue: Daegu    
 Attendance: 60,778  
 Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland)  
 
 First Round: Match 17
1-0
Portugal  
 Date: 14 June 2002  
 Stadium: Incheon Munhak Stadium    
 Venue: Incheon    
 Attendance: 50,239  
 Referee: Ángel Sánchez (Argentina)  
  a.e.t.
 Round of 16: Match 18
2-1
Italy  
 Date: 18 June 2002 C. Vieri 18'
 Stadium: Daejeon World Cup Stadium  
 Venue: Daejeon    
 Attendance: 38,588    
 Referee: Byron Moreno  
  a.e.t.
 Quarter-finals: Match 19
0-0
Spain  
 Date: 22 June 2002    
 Stadium: Gwangju World Cup Stadium
 Venue: Gwangju
 Attendance: 42,114
 Referee: Gamal Al-Ghandour (Egypt)
   
   
   
             
 
 Semi-finals: Match 20
1-0
South Korea  
 Date: 25 June 2002  
 Stadium: Seoul World Cup Stadium    
 Venue: Seoul    
 Attendance: 62,256  
 Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland)  
 
 Third-place: Match 21
Turkey
3-2
South Korea  
 Date: 29 June 2002 Lee Eul-Yong 9'
 Stadium: Daegu World Cup Stadium
İlhan Mansiz 13', 32'
Song Chong-Gug 90+3'
 Venue: Daegu    
 Attendance: 63,483  
 Referee: Saad Mane (Kuwait)  
   
   2006 Germany World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 22
2-1
Togo  
 Date: 13 June 2006 M. Kader 31'
 Stadium: Commerzbank Arena  
 Venue: Frankfurt    
 Attendance: 48,000  
 Referee: Graham Poll (England)  
   
 First Round: Match 23
1-1
South Korea  
 Date: 18 June 2006 Park Ji-Sung 81'
 Stadium: Red Bull Arena    
 Venue: Leipzig    
 Attendance: 43,000  
 Referee: Benito Archundia  
   
 First Round: Match 24
Switzerland
2-0
South Korea  
 Date: 23 June 2006  
 Stadium: AWD-Arena  
 Venue: Hanover    
 Attendance: 43,000  
 Referee: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina)  
   
   2010 South Africa World Cup
   
 First Round: Match 25
2-0
Greece  
 Date: 12 June 2010  
 Stadium: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium  
 Venue: Port Elizabeth    
 Attendance: 31,513  
 Referee: Michael Hester (New Zealand)  
   
 First Round: Match 26
4-1
South Korea  
 Date: 17 June 2010 Lee Chung-Yong 45+1'
 Stadium: Soccer City
G. Higuaín 33', 76', 80'
 
 Venue: Johannesburg    
 Attendance: 82,174  
 Referee: Frank De Bleeckere  
   
 First Round: Match 27
2-2
South Korea  
 Date: 22 June 2006 Lee Jung-Soo 38'
 Stadium: Durban Stadium
Yakubu 69'
Park Chu-Young 49'
 Venue: Durban    
 Attendance: 61,874  
 Referee: Olegário Benquerença (Portugal)  
   
 Round of 16: Match 28
2-1
South Korea  
 Date: 26 June 2010
L. Suárez 8', 80'
Lee Chung-Yong 68'
 Stadium: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium    
 Venue: Port Elizabeth    
 Attendance: 30,597  
 Referee: Wolfgang Stark (Germany)  
   
   2014 Brazil World Cup
   
First Round: Match 30
Russia
1-1
Korea Republic
Date: 17 June 2014 Lee Keun-ho 68'
Stadium: Arena Pantanal
Venue: Cuiabá
Attendance: 37,603
Referee: Néstor Pitana (Argentina) 
   
First Round: Match 31
2-4
Algeria
Date: 22 June 2014 I. Slimani 26' 
Stadium: Estádio Beira-Rio R. Halliche 28'
Venue: Porto Alegre A. Djabou 38' 
Attendance: 42,732 Y. Brahimi 62' 
Referee: Wilmar Roldán (Colombia)
   
First Round: Match 32
0-1
Belgium
Date: 26 June 2014 J. Vertonghen 78'
Stadium: Arena de São Paulo
Venue: São Paulo
Attendance: 61,397
Referee: Ben Williams (Australia) 
   
   
  
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