World Cup Standings

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World Cup 2014 Table: Updated Group Standings and Odds After Day 12 Results

24 June 2014 | 2:02 am Day 12 of the 2014 World Cup did plenty to uphold the tournament's reputation for high scoring matches and unparalleled drama. The day's four matches provided the final standings for Groups A and B, and they determined the first two matches for the round of 16. Netherlands took on Chile in a clash to decide the winner of Group B. Chile put on pressure for the duration of the match. They faltered …

World Cup 2014 Groups Table: Updated Standings and Day 12 Results

24 June 2014 | 12:02 am There was a brief moment during Day 12 of the World Cup that the millions of Brazil fans watching the host country take on Cameroon suddenly got real nervous. After all, Cameroon scored the equalizing goal in the first half Monday with plenty of time remaining, and there was certainly a possibility that Brazil would fail to advance to the knockout stages with a loss (depending on the Mexico and …

Football – World Cup collated results/standings

23 June 2014 | 10:01 pm World Cup collated results and standings on Monday.–sow.html

World Cup: Standings, Latest results, Day 13 TV schedule and Live …

24 June 2014 | 1:06 am The World Cup continues, and group play is slowly winding to a close. Only two teams will advance from each group, while the other two teams will see their trip to Brazil end. There were four matches don Monday, as Groups …

World Cup Tiebreakers Explained – Business Insider

23 June 2014 | 3:11 pm FIFA uses a fairly simple World Cup tiebreaker system to decide which team goes through to the knockout stage in the event of a tie in the group standings. If two teams are tied on points after the final group game, here's the …

Goal's World Cup Diary – LIVE! –

23 June 2014 | 8:00 am Keep up to date with our team of correspondents who have taken their place across Brazil in time for the biggest sporting event in the world to commence.

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4 Responses to World Cup Standings

  • Kobe24! says:

    What Happens If There Is A Tie In Standings(FIFA WORLD CUP)? Portugal just played U.S and it finished as a tie. portugal a current record is 0-1-1
    . And u.s record is 1-1-0. What if Germany beats U.S and then there record would be 1-1-1 and then Portugal beat Ghana and portugal a record could be 1-1-1 so then who will advance U.S or Portugal , like what will they do since it’s a tie.

    • Curator says:

      That’s not how it works. It’s a points system not necessarily how many games you win. Germany will beat the US and they will go through. If Portugal beats Ghana..not likely.. by more than 2 goals than they are through along with Germany. USA and Ghana out. If USA and Germany tie they will both go through. If Germany wins and Portugal and Ghana tie than USA will still go through.

  • John says:

    UEFA Soccer Questions? I always loved playing soccer and have followed the World Cup actively in 2014, as well as in 2010 and 2006, along with passively following MLS standings. As an American, I have liked international teams and followed various players passively as well, however, I want to begin to follow soccer on a deeper level. I’ve done my research but still had a few questions about how the seasons worked within UEFA. I understand there are numerous leagues in which clubs play, often one major league per country, where as, the English Premier League (England), La Liga (Spain) and Serie A (Italy) are a few examples of popular club leagues I would be interested in eventually following. I understand the usual season can vary but often is 38 games played between August and May. Please let me know if I am misunderstanding anything. At this point I get a little more confused regarding the UEFA Champions League. This is a European tournament that pits the greatest members of all of the European clubs (including those mentioned above) against each other in a tournament that runs concurrently with the regular club seasons. So come May, each national league has a winner, as well as a UEFA Champion League winner that is composed of one of all these participants? If this is the basic format, what is the easiest way to begin watching? Leagues? Channels? Also, from a national perspective, are there any national team tourneys worth watching aside from the world cup and the UEFA Euro Cup? Thanks!
    In addition…for example, if I was to begin following a team like Bayern Munich, how many games would I expect to see in a year? Would it only include the regular season and the UEFA tournament games? What else would be included and how many games total would they play? If there is any other information that you feel would be necessary to enlighten me to European and International soccer please let me know!

    • Curator says:

      The soccer calendar is so complicated from an outside perspective.

      You are correct about the size of the league and the August to May schedule.

      Bayern Munich will play in their domestic league (Bundesliga) they will play Their league has 18 teams and play each team home and away, 17 other teams makes 34 games,

      They will play in their Domestic Cup (DFB-Pokal) This starts with 64 and if they win it they they will play 6 games as it is a single elimination knockout game.

      They will also play in the Champions league. If they win this they will play 6 group stage games from September-December and then February-May they will play home and away for the round of 16, 8, 4 and a final game that is a winner take all.

      If they win all their trophies or at least reach the finals They will play 34 domestic league games, 6 domestic cup games, and 13 champions league matches, for a total of 53 games.

      It does not end there though. If they win the Champions League in May they will play the winner of the Europa League, in the UEFA Super Cup in August, and if they win that they will play in the annual club world cup in December.

      Each country has their own domestic league and at least 1 domestic cup. (Most have 1 and England have 2)
      UEFA host 2 competitions. I think of them as playoffs. Each country gets a predetermined number of spots based on a complicated mathematical formula that takes into account how teams from that country have done. Germany get 4 spots for the top competition Champions League the teams that finish top four in the Bundesliga in May will get to be in the Champions League in September. There is also a Europa League and Germany get 3 spots in that as well. The winner of the domestic cup and teams that finish 5-6 will qualify for that. if the domestic cup winner qualifies for the Champions League then the final loser gets the spot, if both qualify for the Champions league then the 7th place team get the spot in the Europa League. (not every country gets 7 spots in Europe only Spain England Germany do.)

      Europa league has worse teams, less money, and as American looking in cannot figure out why it still exists. It used to be the Cup Winners Cup. The winners of domestic cup could compete against each other to figure out who was the best cup winner, and the actual champions used to only let in champions of the different countries, but they have both expanded beyond recognition.

      As an American the easiest league to watch is the Premier League. (the one in England.) NBC and has the contract and if you have a cable package that gets NBC Sports Network you can watch all the games online, or find a free stream. I do not know what channel the Bundesliga is on. Champions League rights are owned by fox and you will need a cable contract with Fox Sports 1 to watch most of the games on TV, or find a free online stream.

      If you don’t have a team pick a league and watch as many games as you can. Then when you find a team you like watch that team.

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