The route of each qualifying nation from CONCACAF for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa: USA, Honduras and Mexico.
Created by dfeatured on Feb 2, 2010
Last updated: 12/08/10 at 04:26 PM
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Honduras closes out Group H play with a match up against Switzerland.
In its final group game, the USA faces off against African side Algeria, appearing in their 3rd World Cup.
Mexico faces of against El Celeste in their final game in Group A
Honduras faces off against world superpower Spain in Johanesburg
In their second group game, the USA faces off against a hard-nosed and well-organized Slovenian side, taking part in their second World Cup
El Tri faces off against France in their second group A matchup.
Honduras kicks off Group H play facing Chile.
The USA opens group play against England in a thrilling rematch from 1776.
The first game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa features El Tri against Bufana Bufana
USA continues its preparation for the 2010 World Cup with an international friendly against European powerhouse Netherlands
USA continues its preparation for the World Cup with a match against El Salvador.
USA faces off against Honduras at the Home Depot Center
Once again, Costa Rica jumped out to an early lead in an attempt to qualify for South Africa. However, an equalizer in the dying minutes of injury time by Jonathan Bornstein helped Honduras punch their ticket and sent Costa Rica into a playoff with South American goalscoring machine Uruguay.
Goals by Bradley and Bornstein
For a special treat, check out the Honduran announcers reacting to USA's last second goal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhY-IbViJ20&feature=related
Honduras waited until the last day but with a a USA-Costa Rica tie and a huge away win, Honduras qualified for the World Cup.
Goal by Pavon
Mexico came from behind twice to tie, but it was not enough to go tops in CONCACAF as the USA would claim that title with a late tie against Costa Rica.
Goals by Esqueda and Salcido
USA clinched its spot in South Africa after a last minute penalty miss and a thrilling victory over Honduras.
Goals by Conor Casey (2) and Landon Donavon
Mexico became the first CONCACAF nation to qualify for the World Cup by destroying El Salvador at Azteca Stadium.
Goals by Blanco, Palencia and Vela
Honduras fell at home after some poor goalkeeping, a penalty miss and an all around sloppy game.
Goals by Leon (2)
A late Blanco penalty put Mexico back on track to qualify for the 2010 World Cup.
A penalty kick by Blanco put Mexico back on track for qualification and knocked Honduras back into second place.
The USA picked up its first road win of the Hexagonal round in a tightly contested match. Ricardo Clark rocketed the winner in the 62nd minute for maximum points.
Honduras continued its good home form with their third straight win.
Goals by Pavon (2), Suazo, Guevara
USA came from behind yet again to dump El Salvador 2-1 and take a step close to South Africa.
Goals by Dempsey and Altidore
Mexico won for the first time in four road matches over Costa Rica.
Goals by Dos Santos, Franco and Gaduardo
The USA took its first lead on only its fouth goal ever in Azteca Stadium, but couldn't hold on as the Tricolor fought back for the 2-1 victory.
USA goal by Charlie Davies.
A crucial comeback victory at home against the USA proved a crucial spark for El Tri and turned around a run of poor form into a convincing qualifying run.
Honduras won for the second straight time at home against Costa Rica.
Goals by Costly (2), Pavon and Valladares
Honduras got back on course for a World Cup bid with a 1-0 win over neighbors El Salvador.
Goal by Pavon
Mexico struggled to a less than convincing 2-1 win over T & T.
Goals by Franco and Rojas
Honduras went ahead early but the USA fought back for their first come from behind WCQ win in 24 years.
Goal by Costly
The USA extended its WCQ home unbeaten streak to 16 games (15-0-1) with an impressive victory over a tough Honduras side.
Goals from Donavon and Bocanegra
Sven was out after the loss to Honduras, but Mexico still couldn't put together a road win as they fell 2-1 on the road to El Salvador after Quintanilla recorded the winner.
Goal by Blanco
Costa Rica took control early in front of a home crowd with a wonder strike from Alvaro Saborio in the 2nd minute, coasting in for an easy victory.
Goal by Landon Donavon.
Starlet Jozy Altidore becomes the youngest player to record a hat trick for the USA Men's team and a confident USA rolls over T & T in a convincing fashion.
A Carlos Costly double downed Mexico and put Sven in a lot of hot water as Mexico's poor run of form away from Azteca continued.
Goal by Castillo
A brace from Costly sank Mexico as Honduras got their first win in the Hexagonal.
Goals by Costly (2), Pavon
After finding themselves down 2-0 in the 72nd minute, the USA storms back with an unbelievable comeback for the 2-2 tie.
Goals by Altidore and Hejduk
Mexico ended a 4 game winless streak with a comfortable win over Costa Rica in Azteca.
Goals by Bravo and Pardo
A late goal by T&T stole 2 points away from Honduras.
Goal by Pavon
USA kicked off the Hexagonal round with a bang, continuing it's domination of Mexico on home soil with a resounding 2-0 Victory.
Goals by Michael Bradley
Honduras had already secured its pass to the Hexagonal round, but finished with a bang defeating rivals Mexico in front of a frenzied home crowd.
Goal by Osorio (og)
Mexico was already through to the Hexagonal round, but lost 1-0 to Honduras in front of a raucous home crowd of nearly 40,000.
Saprissa proved to be a tough place to play as Honduras started out Hexagonal play with a dud.
The Hexagonal round kicked off with the two heavyweights facing off. Mexico fought well but could not find the back of the net as the USA won 2-0.
USA had already qualified for the second round and sent out a young lineup to face off against a determined T & T side.
Goal by Charlie Davies
Canada tied away against Mexico after coming back form a goal down.
Goals by Salcido and Vuoso
Jamaica was able to beat both group leaders at home.
Jamaica dominated in front of a crowd of 20,000, keeping their WC hopes alive with a goal in the 14th minute. For Mexico, it was an embarrassing and costly loss.
Goals by Beasley (2), Donavon, Ching, Altidore and Onyewu