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  • 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

    The Final Netherlands v Spain Statistical Kit 9

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    Final matches since 1930

    Match date Host / City Match Venue Att.

    11.07.2010 South Africa / Johannesburg Netherlands Spain Soccer City TBD

    09.07.2006 Germany / Berlin Italy France 1-1 AET 5-3 PSO Olympiastadion 69,000

    30.06.2002 Korea/Japan - Yokohama Germany Brazil 0-2 Intl. Stadium 69,029

    12.07.1998 France / Saint-Denis Brazil France 0-3 Stade de France 80,000

    17.07.1994 USA / Los Angeles Brazil Italy 0-0 AET 3-2 PSO Rose Bowl 94,194

    08.07.1990 Italy / Rome Germany FR Argentina 1-0 Olimpico 73,603

    29.06.1986 Mexico / Mexico City Argentina Germany FR 3-2 Azteca 114,600

    11.07.1982 Spain / Madrid Italy Germany FR 3-1 Santiago Bernabeu 90,000

    25.06.1978 Argentina / Buenos Aires Argentina Netherlands 3-1 AET Monumental 71,483

    07.07.1974 Germany / Munich Netherlands Germany FR 1-2 Olympiastadion 78,200

    21.06.1970 Mexico / Mexico City Brazil Italy 4-1 Azteca 107,412

    30.07.1966 England / London England Germany FR 4-2 AET Wembley 96,924

    17.06.1962 Chile / Santiago de Chile Brazil Czechoslovakia 3-1 Nacional 68,679

    29.06.1958 Sweden / Solna Brazil Sweden 5-2 Rasunda 49,737

    04.07.1954 Switzerland / Berne Germany FR Hungary 3-2 Wankdorf 62,500

    16.07.1950 Brazil / Rio de Janeiro Uruguay Brazil 2-1 * Maracan 173,850

    19.06.1938 France / Paris-Colombes Italy Hungary 4-2 Olympique 45,000

    10.06.1934 Italy / Rome Italy Czechoslovakia 2-1 AET Nazionale del PNF 55,000

    30.07.1930 Uruguay / Montevideo Uruguay Argentina 4-2 Centenario 68,346

    * decisive match of Final Round

    Final Match Synopsis Attendance Summary Final matches played 18 Total (all Finals) 1,467,557

    Matches decided in regular time 13 Average 81,531

    Matches decided after extra-time 3 (1934, 1966, 1978) Highest 173,850 - 1950

    Matches decided by penalty-shootout 2 (1994, 2006) Lowest 45,000 - 1938

    Disciplinary

    Number of yellow cards 40

    Number of red cards 4 (1990: Monzon, Dezotti; 1998: Desailly; 2006: Zidane)

    Players with two yellow cards in two Finals 1 (1986/1990: Maradona)

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    FIFA World Cup Finals facts and figures Three World Cup Finals have gone to extra time and coincidentally involved the host team and subsequent winner: Italys defeat of Czechoslovakia 2-1 (1-1 in regular time) in 1934; England against Germany FR in 1966 when England scored twice in the added half hour to win the match 4-2 and finally in 1978 when Argentina and Netherlands were drawn 1-1 after 90 minute before the hosts eventually triumphed in extra time thanks to two goals.

    Two Finals have been settled by penalty shoot outs and both involving Italy. In 1994 Brazil beat them to win the match after 120 minutes without goals. Italy were again faced with penalties after equalising 1-1 with France but this time the Azzurri secured match victory.

    Germany FR-Argentina was the only Final decided by a single penalty.

    The World Cup goal average is 3.8. Only one match, Brazil-Italy in 1994 was a scoreless draw. The Final with the most goals was Brazil-Sweden 5-2 in 1958.

    On eight occasions a team that scored first in the Final did not continue its lead to win the title including Czechoslovakia who did so twice in 1934 v Italy and again in 1962 v Brazil and Hungary who were leading by a margin of two goals before being defeated 3-2 by Germany FR in 1954.

    Uruguay are the only team to win a title even though their opponent was leading at half time. In 1930 they were down 1-2 after 45 minutes against Argentina before coming back in the second half to win the match 4-2.

    FIFA World Cup Champions: 1930 - 2006

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    FIFA World Cup Finals: 1930 - 2010

    Europe 10 South America 9

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    Year 1930 1934 1938 1950 1954 1958 1962 1966 1970 1974 1978 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010

    Europe will take a 10-9 lead in the neck-and-neck-race with South America - the first time since 1954.

    The trophy will remain on the same continent for the first time since 1962.

    Including 2010, there have been 10 continental team clashes in the Final of the FIFA World Cup: eight European and two South American clashes. The first intercontinental encounter was in 1958 (Brazil-Sweden).

    Europes representation in all of the Finals to date is 25 teams as opposed to 13 from South America.

    Europe has always been present in the Final since 1954.

    Excluding Brazil no South American team has qualified for the Final since 1990 (Argentina).

    Netherlands-Spain is the second consecutive all-European Final, the first time since 1934/38.

    Spain are the twelfth finalist and the ninth from Europe. The last newcomer to a Final was France in 1998.

    No European team was in the Final in 1930 and 1950

    No South American team was in the Final in 1934, 1938, 1954, 1966, 1974, 1982, 2006 and 2010.

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    Netherlands

    Coach Bert VAN MARWIJK

    No Pos Display Name DOB Club (Country) MP Total Goals Y 2Y R C G

    1 GK Maarten STEKELENBURG 22.09.1982 Ajax (NED) 6 540 0 1 0 0 33 0 2 DF Gregory VAN DER WIEL 03.02.1988 Ajax (NED) 4 360 0 2 0 0 14 0

    3 DF John HEITINGA 15.11.1983 Everton (ENG) 6 540 0 1 0 0 60 6

    4 DF Joris MATHIJSEN 05.04.1980 Hamburger SV (GER) 5 450 0 0 0 0 61 3

    5 DF Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST 05.02.1975 Feyenoord (NED) 6 540 1 1 0 0 105 66 MF Mark VAN BOMMEL 22.04.1977 Bayern Munich (GER) 6 540 0 1 0 0 62 10

    7 FW Dirk KUYT 22.07.1980 Liverpool (ENG) 6 516 1 1 0 0 69 16

    8 MF Nigel DE JONG 30.11.1984 Manchester City (ENG) 5 448 0 2 0 0 47 1

    9 FW Robin VAN PERSIE 06.08.1983 Arsenal (ENG) 6 479 1 1 0 0 50 1910 MF Wesley SNEIJDER 09.06.1984 Inter (ITA) 6 532 5 1 0 0 67 19

    11 FW Arjen ROBBEN 23.01.1984 Bayern Munich (GER) 4 267 2 1 0 0 51 15

    12 DF Khalid BOULAHROUZ 28.12.1981 VfB Stuttgart (GER) 2 180 0 1 0 0 31 0

    13 DF Andre OOIJER 11.07.1974 PSV Eindhoven (NED) 1 90 0 1 0 0 55 3 14 MF Demy DE ZEEUW 26.05.1983 Ajax (NED) 2 47 0 0 0 0 27 0

    15 DF Edson BRAAFHEID 08.04.1983 Celtic (SCO) 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0

    16 GK Michel VORM 20.10.1983 Utrecht (NED) 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

    17 FW Eljero ELIA 13.02.1987 Hamburger SV (GER) 5 85 0 0 0 0 14 2 18 MF Stijn SCHAARS 11.01.1984 AZ Alkmaar (NED) 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0

    19 FW Ryan BABEL 19.12.1986 Liverpool (ENG) 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 5

    20 MF AFELLAY Ibrahim 02.04.1986 PSV Eindhoven (NED) 3 21 0 0 0 0 26 0

    21 FW Klaas Jan HUNTELAAR 12.08.1983 AC Milan (ITA) 4 48 1 0 0 0 36 16

    22 GK Sander BOSCHKER 20.10.1970 Twente Enschede (NED) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 23 MF Rafael VAN DER VAART 11.02.1983 Real Madrid (ESP) 4 257 0 1 0 0 82 16

    After a long 32 years the Netherlands are back in the Final of the World Cup, the same time span that the Italians had to endure after winning their second title (1938-70). Only Argentina (1930-78) had to wait even longer.

    The Netherlands are the ninth team to reach the Final after winning all of their matches. They also managed to equalise Brazils run of 6 consecutive World Cup wins set in 2002.

    In the quarter-final against Uruguay on 6 July, Arjen Robben scored the 2200th World Cup goal.

    The Netherlands have won all 14 of their matches of their 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa campaign - 8 qualifiers and 6 final competition matches but they are also on a run of 25 international matches without defeat and have won their last ten games.

    Wesley Sneijder is so far the top scorer of the tournament with five goals, together with David Villa. In the history of the competition only two players wearing the famous number 10 shirt were crowned top goalscorers: Mario Kempes (ARG) in 1978 and Gary Lineker (ENG) in 1986, with 6 goals each.

    The Netherlands have never won a World Cup Final match which has gone into the added half-hour. After going the distance in a 3-0 first-round defeat by Czechoslovakia at the 1938 edition, the two-time runners-up lost 3-1 in extra time during the 1978 Final against Argentina. That was followed by a semi-final knockout on penalties at the hands of Brazil in 1998.

    Legendary Dutch midfielder, Johan Neeskens, netted the fastest goal in a World Cup Final, converting a penalty after only two minutes into the match against Germany FR on 7 July 1974. The hosts went on to overturn the deficit and clinch the Trophy with a 2-1 win.

    The Netherlands were the first association to lose two World Cup Finals in a row, 1974 and 1978 - both against the host team. Germany FR are the only other team to lose two consecutive finals finishing in second place in both 1982 and 1986.

    In his playing days, coach Bert van Marwijk earned his one and only cap for the Dutch national team in 1975 against Yugoslavia, a match which the Oranje lost 3-0.

    On 6 June 2009, Bert van Marwijks men became the first European team to qualify for the finals in South Africa after securing a 2-1 victory over Iceland in Reykjavik.

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    Spain

    Coach Vicente DEL BOSQUE

    No Pos Display Name DOB Club (Country) MP Total Goals Y 2Y R C G

    1 GK Iker CASILLAS 20.05.1981 Real Madrid (ESP) 6 540 0 0 0 0 110 0

    2 DF Raul ALBIOL 04.09.1985 Real Madrid (ESP) 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0

    3 DF Gerard PIQUE 02.02.1987 Barcelona (ESP) 6 540 0 1 0 0 22 4 4 DF Carlos MARCHENA 31.07.1979 Valencia (ESP) 3 8 0 0 0 0 62 2

    5 DF Carles PUYOL 13.04.1978 Barcelona (ESP) 6 534 1 0 0 0 89 3

    6 MF Andres INIESTA 11.05.1984 Barcelona (ESP) 5 437 1 0 0 0 48 7

    7 FW David VILLA 03.12.1981 Valencia (ESP) 6 529 5 0 0 0 64 438 MF XAVI 25.01.1980 Barcelona (ESP) 6 516 0 0 0 0 93 8

    9 FW Fernando TORRES 20.03.1984 Liverpool (ENG) 6 277 0 0 0 0 79 24

    10 MF Cesc FABREGAS 04.05.1987 Arsenal (ENG) 3 93 0 0 0 0 53 6

    11 DF Joan CAPDEVILA 03.02.1978 Villarreal (ESP) 6 540 0 0 0 0 51 4 12 GK Victor VALDES 14.01.1982 Barcelona (ESP) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

    13 FW Juan Manuel MATA 28.04.1988 Valencia (ESP) 1 20 0 0 0 0 9 3

    14 MF XABI ALONSO 25.11.1981 Real Madrid (ESP) 6 506 0 1 0 0 75 9

    15 DF SERGIO RAMOS 30.03.1986 Real Madrid (ESP) 6 527 0 0 0 0 66 5 16 MF Sergio BUSQUETS 16.07.1988 Barcelona (ESP) 6 511 0 1 0 0 19 0

    17 DF Alvaro ARBELOA 17.01.1983 Real Madrid (ESP) 1 13 0 0 0 0 16 0

    18 FW PEDRO 28.07.1987 Barcelona (ESP) 4 116 0 0 0 0 7 1

    19 FW Fernando LLORENTE 26.02.1985 Athletic Bilbao (ESP) 1 32 0 0 0 0 8 3 20 MF Javier MARTINEZ 02.09.1988 Athletic Bilbao (ESP) 1 17 0 0 0 0 3 0

    21 MF DAVID SILVA 08.01.1986 Valencia (ESP) 2 66 0 0 0 0 38 7

    22 FW Jesus NAVAS 21.11.1985 Sevilla FC (ESP) 2 118 0 0 0 0 8 1

    23 GK Pepe REINA 31.08.1982 Liverpool (ENG) 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0

    Spain are the fourth reigning European champions, after Italy in 1970 and Germany FR in 194 and 1982, to qualify for a World Cup Final.

    Germanys five lost semi-finals were against a European opponent: 1934 v Czechoslovakia, 1958 v Sweden, 1979 and 2006 v Italy and v Spain in 2010.

    Spain are the eleventh team to reach the World Cup Final despite losing a match in the tournament. On three occasions these teams triumphed in the Final: Germany FR in 1954 and 1974 and Argentina in 1978.

    The victory against Germany marked Spains fifth consecutive win in the competition, a first-ever for the team in its World Cup history.

    Among the teams that have contested at least 30 matches in this competition, Spain have suffered the fewest number of expulsions. The only Spaniard to be sent off in a FIFA World Cup was centre-back Miguel Angel Nadal, 25 minutes into his teams 2-2 draw with Korea Republic in 1994.

    The only finals match in which Spain have gone the additional half-hour and won was their penalty shoot-out success over the Republic of Ireland in 2002. La Seleccin have lost two games on penalties (to Belgium in 1986 and Korea Republic in 2002), one more in extra time (to Yugoslavia in 1990) and drew with Italy after 120 minutes in 1934, before losing the replay.

    Current head coach Vicente Del Bosque won a total of 18 caps for Spain between 1975 and 1980. The last was the 2-1 loss to Belgium in the opening round of the UEFA European Championship 1980.

    Iker Casillas became the third goalkeeper to save two penalties in the World Cup but the first to do so in two different editions after saving Ian Hartes penalty in 2002. Polands Jan Tomaszewski (1974) and American Brad Friedel (2002) are the other two keepers to have saved two penalties.

    David Villa is the only Spanish player to have scored in four consecutive World Cup matches. With his strike against Chile on 25 June, David Villa became Spains all-time top marksman in the competition now with eight goals, overtaking four of his compatriots each of whom have scored five goals: Emilio Butragueno, Fernando Hierro, Fernando Morientes and Raul Gonzalez.

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    Netherlands FIFA WORLD CUP 2010 Spain

    12 Goals 7

    0 / 0 Penalties/converted 0 / 2

    80 / 41 Shots/on goal 103 / 39

    98 Fouls Committed 62

    98 Fouls Suffered 106

    25 Corner Kicks 46

    22 Offsides 6

    15 Yellow Cards 3

    - Direct / indirect expulsions -

    617,622m Distance covered 631,032m

    18 Number of players used 19

    6 Number of Goalscorers 3

    28y 3m Average age 26 y 6m

    FIFA WORLD CUP RECORD 16 Preliminary competitions 16

    9 Final competitions 13

    1934 First World Cup 1934

    42 Matches 55

    22 / 10 / 10 Record W / D / L 27 / 12 / 16

    52% Percentage of wins 49%

    71 / 43 GF / GA 87 / 59

    5-0 v. KOR (1998) Highest win 6-1 v BUL (1998)

    0-3 v. TCH (1938) Biggest defeat 1-6 v BRA (1950)

    Ruud KROL (14) Johnny REP (14)

    Wim JANSEN (14) Players with most matches Andoni ZUBIZARRETA (16)

    Johnny REP (7) Players with most goals David VILLA (8)

    8th / 76 points FIFA World Cup All-time Rankings 6th / 93 points

    GENERAL FACTS 1889 Association founded 1913

    1904 Association affiliated 1904

    4 Latest FIFA World Ranking position 2

    2 (NOV 93) Best FIFA World Ranking position 1 (JUL 08)

    1,746 Total footballers (M/F in 1,000) 2,835

    1,139 Registered footballers (in 1,000) 653

    Edwin VAN DER SAR (130) Most capped player Andoni ZUBIZARRETA (126)

    Patrick KLUIVERT (40) Best ever goalscorer RAUL (44)

    25 matches (Sep 2008 - present) Longest unbeaten run 35 matches (2006-09)

    10 matches (March 201...