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Panama vs Costa Rica live stream soccer video sopcast World cup qualifying match online on PC

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Date and Time:06/02/13 21:00
Venue:Panama City
Status:LIVE

Panama Qualification history:
Panama entered 2010 FIFA World Cup™ qualifying with high expectations. The Central Americans received a bye into the second stage of qualifying in the CONCACAF zone and there they took an early departure from the tournament at the hands of a resurgent El Salvador squad. Panama had beaten the Salvadorans in the first leg by a narrow 1-0 margin, but lost 3-1 in the second at the Estadio Cuscatlan. As a result, coach Alexandre Guimaraes was promptly given his marching orders by a country stunned at the loss.

However, the Panamanians enjoyed a better run in 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying as they made it to the final ‘hexagonal’ round. Despite first drawing Guatemala and then pulling off a surprise 1-1 draw with Mexico after a brilliant Luis Tejada strike, The Panamanians did not book passage to Germany after those two points were all they could muster for a last-place finish in the six-team final round.

The current crop
Panama, having never qualified for a FIFA World Cup, gained notice for a strong performance in January’s Copa Centroamericana (Central America’s cup of nations) – particularly for a strong defensive performance that saw just one goal get through in five games on a run to the semi-finals. That performance was merely prelude to bigger things still as the Canaleros beat the mighty USA in the group stages of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup en route to a glorious run to the semi-finals of the tournament in which they finished runners-up in 1995.

The key players
Captaining the Panamanians is Felipe Baloy. Strong and burly, he is credited as one of the best defenders in the side and was crucial to Panama’s 2005 Gold Cup second-place finish and their heroics in the same tournament’s latest instalment. In midfield, Armando Cooper brings fresh talent to the squad. Contrasting Cooper’s lively youth and inexperience is veteran striker Luis Tejada, who is best known for scoring an equaliser against Mexico in the final round of 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying and playing a crucial role in the famous win over USA in 2011’s Gold Cup.

Current coach: Julio Dely Valdes

Costa Rica :
Qualification history
Despite missing out on South Africa 2010, Costa Rica have established themselves as the most consistent third team in the CONCACAF pecking order, ranking in behind Mexico and the United States. The Ticos reached their first FIFA World Cup™ back in 1990 after attempting to qualify on and off since 1938. They then missed out on the 1994 and 1998 editions before returning to the global fold with distinction in 2002. They went as far as the inter-continental play-off last year, but were beaten barely by eventual semi-finalists Uruguay over two legs and missed out on booking their third consecutive appearance at the biggest football show on earth.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Costa Rica played their first game as a national team in 1921, a 7-0 win over Central American neighbours El Salvador. As they developed as a side, things weren’t always quite so easy, but after many years of manful efforts they finally managed to reach the world’s biggest football tournament in 1990, taking full advantage of Mexico’s suspension to reach the finals in Italy. Once there, they beat Sweden and Scotland to reach the knockout rounds in an impressive debut under the care of wily boss Bora Milutinovic.

They returned to the world stage in 2002 after narrowly failing to reach USA 1994 and France 1998. Drawn into a tricky group alongside eventual champions Brazil and semi-finalists Turkey, the valiant Ticos went out at the first hurdle, the same stage where they would make their exit in a significantly poorer showing four years later in Germany.

The current crop
The six-time Central American champions are in a moment of transition, with the FA turning to Jorge Luis Pinto after an unsuccessful stint in charge by Ricardo La Volpe. It is hoped that Pinto can lead the way for a talented and youthful generation of Costa Rican players as they take aim at a fourth World Cup appearance at Brazil 2014. The team will first need to recover psychologically after only reaching the quarter-final stage of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where they lost on penalties to neighbours Honduras, the very side that pipped them to the last place from the region at last year’s World Cup on African soil.

Key players
Costa Rica’s fortunes lie at the skillful feet of one Bryan Ruiz. Called “a truly special player” by former coach Rodrigo Kenton, Ruiz established himself at club side Twente in the Netherlands before moving on to Fulham in England. He ranks among the best playmakers in the North, Central American and Caribbean zone. Alongside Ruiz are a number of tried-and-trusted performers like Alvaro Saborio, Cristian Bolanos and outstanding goalkeeper Keilor Navas. La Volpe also unearthed a stunning talent when he took a junior side to the 2011 Copa America in Argentina, 19-year-old Joel Campbell’s dribbling and all-around attack play making waves in the European transfer market.

Coach: Jorge Luis Pinto
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Italy 1990 (Round of 16), FIFA U-20 World

Mexico vs Jamaica live stream soccer fifa world cup qualifying match video sopcast online on PC

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Date and Time:06/02/13 20:30
Venue:Mexico City
Status:LIVE

One of the big match of football and is waited by many soccer lovers is the game in the World Cup 2014 Qualifying since Mexico will be taking on Jamaica that will be an interesting match as the two teams have great players of squads currently. Mexico the top leader of WCQ group 2 of the third round, they have 18 points from 6 matches or in the other words they are unbeaten in the group 2 qualifying. They won 2-0 against El Salvador in their last game on last October. José de la Torre managed the team very well and the three points is a vital for them since the game will be being played at their home ground Estadio Azteca.

Jamaica in the contrary is the runner up of the group 1 of the third round by collecting 10 points from 6 games. They bate Antigua and Barbuda with the final score 4-1 last October 2012. Theodore Whitmore have prepared everything for this away match to gain at least a single point by selecting the squad best formation and also tactic of football.

Mexico :Qualification history:
Just as at the start of every four-year cycle, Mexico are clear favourites to secure one of the available North, Central America and Caribbean Zone berths for the next FIFA World Cup™. Having already appeared at 14 editions of the final tournament, El Tri have successfully negotiated the last five consecutive istalments of CONCACAF qualifying – a sequence that has fans of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup champions already taking their presence at Brazil 2014 for granted.

FIFA World Cup finals history
With Jose Manuel ‘Chepo’ de la Torre now at the helm, everyone involved with Los Aztecas will be keen to avoid the ups and downs that dogged them on the road to the 2010 FIFA World Cup – a campaign that featured three changes of coach before Javier Aguirre got the Mexicans back on track and on the plane to South Africa. There, Los Tricolores reached the Round of 16 for the fifth consecutive finals, only to bow out against Argentina, Mexico’s conquerors at the same stage of Germany 2006. That exit left a hollow feeling in the hearts of El Tri’s followers, who had been hopeful their country would reach the quarter-finals and match their performances on home soil in 1970 and 1986.

The current crop
Expectations are high for the De la Torre era, with the fanatical Azteca fans sure to expect nothing but the best from the coach. Those in the know in Mexico have said that the current national team is the most talented in history, a suspicion backed up by the side’s recent run to their sixth CONCACAF Gold Cup title. Coming back from a 2-0 deficit to beat USA 4-2 in the final in Southern California is surely an apt example of just how dangerous this Mexico side can be.

De la Torre relies on a blend of big-name veterans such as Rafael Marquez, Carlos Salcido and Ricardo Osorio, as well as a host of members of Mexico’s youthful “Golden Generation”. The latter crop can now expect an ever-greater burden of responsibility on their shoulders, given that many ply their trade in Europe’s biggest leagues and boast FIFA World Cup experience from South Africa 2010.

The key players
There can be little doubt that Mexico’s current leading man is one of Planet Football’s hottest young goalgetters, Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez, who has won legions of admirers thanks to his abundant charisma and a prolific first season at Manchester United and his top-scorer showing at the recently concluded Gold Cup. Throw in the quality of Giovani dos Santos, winger Andres Guardado, Hector Moreno, as well as the gifted youngsters striving to emerge in the always-demanding Mexican league, and you have a talent pool capable of giving El Tri fans plenty to cheer about ahead of Brazil 2014.

Coach: Jose Manuel de la Torre
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA Confederations Cup Mexico 1999 (Winners), FIFA U-17 World Cup Peru 2005 (Winners)
Former stars: Hugo Sanchez, Jorge Campos, Cuauhtemoc Blanco

Jamaica Qualifying History:
Qualification history
Historically one of the top talent-producing nations in the Caribbean, Jamaica only began attempting to qualify for the FIFA World Cup™ finals in the 1966 cycle. Poor organisation, weak funding and inconsistent results were the usual order of those early days and the Jamaicans withdrew from qualifying entirely in the 1980s.

Everything changed in the run-up to France 1998. Brazilian manager and self-styled footballing philosopher René Simões scoured the island’s most obscure corners and went overseas to find players of Jamaican descent or Jamaican-born players at professional clubs in England. Suddenly the stars aligned and Jamaica became the first English-speaking side from the Caribbean to reach a World Cup finals, edging out Costa Rica by two clear points and joining USA and Mexico in the French finals. Since those heady days, however, the magic formula has never been recreated, with the team even failing to reach the final round of qualifying for the last two FIFA World Cup preliminary cycles.

FIFA World Cup finals history
The Reggae Boyz were a sensation on French soil, becoming almost at once the neutrals’ favourites for their colourful kits and cool island charms. Drawn into a difficult Group H, though, they opened with a 3-1 loss to eventual semi-finalists Croatia and then lost by a lopsided 5-0 scoreline against Argentina. They lifted spirits back home in Kingston in their third game, a 2-1 win over Japan in Lyon, with current head coach Theodore Whitmore scoring both goals in what remains the nation’s only win at a FIFA World Cup finals.

The current crop
Coach Whitmore has opted to rebuild the Jamaican side with the aim of reaching those dizzying heights of 1998 once again on a foundation of talent, organisation and determination. Choosing youth over experience, the coach spends his days training with a new generation of locally based players. The approach paid dividends too as he left out old talismans Ricardo Gardner and Ricardo Fuller and saw his young and inexperienced side win their fifth Caribbean Cup trophy. Next up, at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the coach’s brave young Reggae Boyz also put in a respectable performance to reach the quarter-finals of the region’s showpiece competition.

The key players
When included, Ricardo Gardner wears the captain’s armband and acts as the team’s spiritual leader, while England-based Ricardo Fuller will likely also be called back into the team and act as the main goal threat alongside Luton Shelton during qualifying. New York Red Bulls speed merchant Dane Richards spearheads a cadre of USA-based players, including LA Galaxy goalkeeper Donovan Rickets.

Coach: Theodore Whitmore
Best performance in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup France 1998 (Group stages)

Honduras vs USA live stream soccer Fifa world cup qualifying match online on HD TV

You are welcome to watch and Enjoy Honduras vs USA soccer match of fifa world cup 2014 qualifying online on HD TV.The final stage for 2014 World Cup qualifiers starts on Wednesday for Honduras and the USA.

Honduras is the host team and will make it a tough battle for the favoured U.S. side.The last time these teams met in Honduras it was the USA who came out on top with a narrow 3-2 victory.

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USA vs Honduras LIVE

Date and Time:06/02/13 15:00

Venue:San Pedro Sula

Status: LIVE

USA qualification History:

Qualification history
The Americans arrived in Uruguay for the first FIFA World Cup™ in 1930 with a squad of largely foreign-born players and, although little was expected of them, they managed to shock the competition and finish third. Many of the same players then lined up four years later in Italy with considerably poorer results. The next World Cup the US reached was in 1950 in Brazil, but then came a time of stagnancy and it was 40 years before a wonder-strike from Paul Caligiuri in Port of Spain, Trinidad saw them make a return to the world’s biggest stage. They proceeded to qualify for every finals since then, matching Mexico as masters of the CONCACAF zone. Last time out, the Americans finished top of their six-team ‘hexagonal’ group to reach South Africa 2010.

FIFA World Cup finals history
The first US team to turn up at a FIFA world finals earned the dubious nickname of the ‘shot-putters’ for their muscular and burly nature, but 3-0 wins over Paraguay and Belgium in 1930 was enough for a third-place finish, to this day the best placing for any team outside of Europe or South America. Four years later the Americans went out in the first round, but they caused a grand sensation in Brazil in 1950 when, led by outstanding goalkeeper Frank Borghi, they managed to beat mighty England in Belo Horizante in an upsets for the ages. Another first-round exit came in 1990, but as hosts in 1994 they managed to reach the knockout rounds, a result that paved the way to more consistency. And after a last-place finish at France 1998, they beat Portugal and Mexico in Korea/Japan 2002 and only just missed out on a semi-final place after losing to Germany. In 2006 they went out in the first round again, this time in Germany before reaching the Round of 16 in South Africa in 2010.

The current crop
Coach Bob Bradley has assembled a sturdy though not particularly adventurous squad. Usually lining up in a 4-4-2 formation, with two holding midfielders, the Americans are a difficult side to break down, and dangerous on the break. They used the counter-attack to stunning effect in South Africa in 2009 when they beat Spain to reach the Final of the FIFA Confederations Cup. They repeated that final run at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup despite suffering a humiliating defeat to Panama in the first round. In the end, they were humbled for the second straight time in the grand finale of the regional showpiece, surrendering a 2-0 lead to lose out 4-2 to Mexico on home soil.

Key players
In recent years, the name Landon Donovan has been synonymous with the US national team. The Los Angeles Galaxy attacker has often saved his very best performances for a USA shirt, and there is little doubt that Donovan will once again be one of his team’s leading men as they set their sights on Brazil 2014. Providing an impressive supporting cast are the likes of Oguchi Onyewu, Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore, Tim Howard and Clint Dempsey, all of whom are plying their trade on European soil.

Coach: Jurgen Klinsmann
Best performances in a FIFA Competition: FIFA World Cup Uruguay 1930 (Third place), FIFA Confederations Cup Saudi Arabia 1992, Mexico 1999 (Third place), FIFA U-20 World Cup Saudi Arabia 1989 (Fourth place), FIFA U-17 World Cup New Zealand 1999 (Fourth place)

Honduras Qualification history:
Honduras capped their 2010 FIFA World Cup™ qualifying campaign off in dramatic fashion, after a last-gasp equaliser in the USA’s match with Costa Rica ensured their place in the finals for the first time in 28 years. Had it not been for the late draw between the Americans and Los Ticos, La Bicolor would have played Uruguay in the intercontinental play-off and may well have seen another year go by in their recurring failure to qualify for the world showpiece despite often being among the favoured to advance.

After the arrival of Columbian manager Reinaldo Rueda in 2007, Honduras returned to their confident attacking displays combined with a solid defence. Rueda’s men finished the final ‘hexagonal’ section of the CONCACAF qualifying rounds with the best defensive record, letting in just 11 goals. And veteran forward Carlos Pavon led the team at the other end, scoring seven times in nine qualifying appearances and notably netting the game-winner in Honduras’ final qualifying match against El Salvador.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Upon making their first FIFA World Cup return in nearly three decades, Honduras were faced with tough group adversaries in South Africa, including eventual World Champions Spain. The Hondurans opened the tournament with a 1-0 loss to Chile, and soon became the ill-fated team to first encounter the wrath of tournament top-scorer David Villa, who grabbed both goals in Spain’s 2-0 win. In their only other FIFA World Cup appearance, Jose de La Paz held the coaching reins and steered Honduras to a surprising opening 1-1 draw with Spain, the 1982 tournament’s hosts, and followed up that account with the same scoreline against Northern Ireland. Their campaign was cut short, however, at the group stage after Yugoslavia beat Los Catrachos 1-0 thanks to a late goal.

The current crop
After Honduras’s South Africa exit, a rollercoaster in terms of coaching changes and veteran departures impacted the squad. Long-time stalwarts Amado Guevara and Danny Turcios announced their international retirements, and despite ending their World Cup qualification drought, Rueda resigned from his post as manager after last year’s finals. The team has since gone through two coaching changes until settling on Luis Fernando Suarez, who took to the helm in February 2011 and led the team to their first Central American championship since 1995 and an admirable semi-final run at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, which was eventually ended by Champions-to-be Mexico.

The key players
Left-back Emilio Izaguirre was the find of the 2010/11 season for Celtic – named Scottish Premier League Player of the Year – and is a key force within Honduras’s respectable backline. He is helped by captain and goalkeeper Noel Valladares who, despite a shy off-the-field personality, played an instrumental role in Honduras’s qualification for South Africa 2010 and their deep run at the latest instalment of the Gold Cup. Wilson Palacios, one of the more recognisable faces of Honduran football playing for Tottenham Hotspur, is also a crucial piece of the Honduran puzzle and is expected to be fit and available for Brazil 2014 qualification.

Current coach: Luis Fernando Suarez
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Spain 1982, South Africa 2010 (Group stages)

Iran vs Uzbekistan live stream soccer world cup qualifying match video sopcast online on HD TV

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Date and Time:14/11/12 20:00
Venue:Tehran
Status:LIVE
Tournament:world cup qualifying Round

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Iran Review:
Qualification history
Since their continental emergence in the 1960s, Iran have consistently been among Asia’s perennial major contenders. After prevailing in three AFC Asian Cups (1968, 1972, 1976), Team Melli sealed qualification for the 1978 FIFA World Cup™, becoming the first west Asian nation to do so. After spending the next two decades in hibernation, Iran secured a famous away-goals victory over Australia to reach France 1998. Eight years later in Germany, Iran made their third appearance, but erratic form saw Team Melli finish behind Korea Republic and Korea DPR to miss South Africa 2010.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Despite their presence within Asia, Iran have so far been unable to progress beyond the group phase at the FIFA World Cup. They finished their debut campaign with a point, courtesy of a 1-1 draw against Scotland. But their first win came in the second appearance when a golden generation, boasting the likes of Ali Daei, Karim Bagheri and Mehdi Mahdavikia, came up with a memorable 2-1 defeat of USA. Their last participation at Germany 2006 saw them head home with a point after a 1-1 draw against debutants Angola.

The current crop
Iran recently recruited well-credentialed Carlos Queiroz to take care of their destiny but laying the foundation of the current team was predecessor Afshin Ghotbi. In the wake of their failed campaign for South Africa 2010, Ghotbi brought in a group of talented youngsters to provide the team with fresh impetus. His new-look squad began promisingly in January’s AFC Asian Cup, easing into the last eight as the only team to complete the group campaign with an unblemished record. However, a tight solitary-goal defeat against nemesis Korea Republic in the quarter-finals suggested that they have yet to reach their best. Queiroz, for his part, got his tenure off to a good start as Team Melli swept past Maldives 5-0 on aggregate to reach Asia’s third qualifying round for Brazil 2014.

The key players
Filling the void left by Mahdavikia is captain Javad Nekounam, who has quickly established his place as the team’s talisman. Aside from providing leadership, the skipper provides creativity alongside Osasuna team-mate Masoud Shojaei. Striker Karim Ansarifard stands out among the emerging generation, while in defence there is the vastly-experienced Mohammad Nosrati. Upon his appointment Queiroz recalled the richly talented Ali Karimi, a long-standing playmaker who has figured prominently for Iran in qualifying over the past three FIFA World Cups.

Coach: Carlos Queiroz
Uzbekistan Review:

Qualification history
The strongest among Central Asia’s four former Soviet republics, Uzbekistan are by far the best equipped to mount a significant challenge for a FIFA World Cup™ berth. Since joining the AFC in 1994, they have reached the final stage of Asian qualifying on all four occasions. However, they have developed a reputation as one of Asia’s under-achievers, having stumbled when it mattered on several occasions.

The current crop
The erratic results continued at January’s AFC Asian Cup, albeit after an impressive campaign. After getting off to a bright start which saw them finish group winners ahead of hosts Qatar and China PR, the Uzbeks overcame Jordan 2-1 to storm into the last four for the first time. However, Uzbekistan capitulated by conceding six unanswered goals against Australia in the semi-final to crash out unceremoniously. Brazil 2014 beckons as the Central Asians embark on their fifth attempt for the global showpiece. As expected, they eased past Kyrgyzstan 7-0 on aggregate to make it to Asia’s third qualifying round, where they are aiming to make history by booking their first-ever qualification for the FIFA World Cup.

The key players
Uzbekistan boast some of Asia’s most gifted and elite footballing talent. Maksim Shatskikh remains in his goalscoring prime despite now being 33-years-old, while his attacking partner Alexander Geynrikh has developed into a reliable predator. Former AFC Player of the Year Server Djeparov is an exceptional talent in the heart of midfield and possesses exquisite dead-ball skills.

Coach: Mirjalol Qosimov

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Northern Ireland vs Azerbaijan live stream soccer world cup qualifying video sopcast online on HD TV

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Date and Time:14/11/12 19:45
Venue:Belfast
Status:LIVE
Tournament:World cup qualifying Round

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Northern Ireland Review:
Qualification history
Northern Ireland’s first attempt to qualify for the FIFA World Cup™ was for the 1950 tournament in Brazil but it would not be until eight years later that they reached the finals. After impressing at their inaugural participation, it would be 24 years before the Irish again graced the biggest international stage. Consecutive qualifications for the 1982 and 1986 editions raised hopes at home but they have failed to reach a FIFA World Cup since then, with a 1-0 qualifier victory over rivals England in 2005 a rare high. They finished a respectable fourth in a tough qualifying group for South Africa 2010.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Northern Ireland have played in three FIFA World Cups – 1958, 1982 and 1986. In 1958 the Irish progressed from a tough group containing West Germany, Argentina and Czechoslovakia, but were heavily beaten 4-0 by France in the quarter-finals. At their second attempt in Spain, they beat the hosts on the way to reaching the second group stage but were again eliminated by the French. Four years later, Northern Ireland experienced their biggest disappointment at the FIFA World Cup, picking up just a single point as they finished third in a group containing heavyweights Brazil and Spain.

The current crop
Having also failed to reach a European Championship, times have been tough for Northern Ireland in recent years. Inconsistent performances in qualifying competitions have hampered their progress, although they have enjoyed morale-boosting victories against England and world champions Spain. Qualification for UEFA EURO 2012 again proved difficult, with Italy, Serbia and Slovenia offering tough challenges to overcome.

The key players
Rangers‘ Steven Davis has evolved into one of the national team’s key figures in midfield, alongside winger Chris Brunt, while captain Aaron Hughes is the experienced defender youngsters can learn from. Also in defence, Jonny Evans and Craig Cathcart – who both came through Manchester United’s famed youth academy – could be a partnership for the future.

Coach: Michael O’Neill

Azerbaijan Review:
Qualification history
Azerbaijan have never reached a FIFA World Cup™ finals and finished bottom of their qualifying groups for the 2002 and 2006 editions. Slight progress was nonetheless made ahead of South Africa 2010 as they beat Liechtenstein 2-0 to finish above their fellow minnows.

The current crop
Still a young nation, Azerbaijan are yet to find their feet on the international stage, but they have added consistency and solidity to their game since the 2008 appointment of Berti Vogts, the experienced coach boasting UEFA EURO 1996 glory with his native Germany on his CV. No strangers to stout defensive performances and able to frustrate sides both home and away, Azerbaijan now hope to develop more of an attacking threat – an area they will need to improve quickly on the road to Brazil 2014.

The key players
A national team stalwart since 2001, captain and defender Rashad Sadygov has experience of the Turkish league, and it was he who scored the historic goal that gave Azerbaijan victory against Turkey in EURO 2012 qualifying.

Coach: Berti Vogts

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