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{{Infobox International Football Competition
 
{{Infobox International Football Competition
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| tourney_name  = II International Cup
 
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| year          =  
 
| other_titles  =  
 
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| country        = [[File:Mexico.png|25px]] Mexico
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| country        = [[File:South Korea.png|25px]] South Korea
| dates          = 11 July – 17 August 1999
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| dates          = June at July 2002
 
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| num_teams      = 32
 
| num_teams      = 32
 
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| champion_other = [[File:France.jpg|25px]] France
 
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| prevseason    = [[1999 International Cup|Uruguay 1999]]
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| prevseason    = [[1999 International Cup|1999]]
| nextseason    = [[2005 International Cup|Mexico 2005]]
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| nextseason    = [[2005 International Cup|2005]]
 
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The [[1999 International Cup]] was the first edition of this competition organized by the International Federation of Soccer Association, the official venue was Uruguay, with Montevideo as the only venue for said event, attended by 32 interactive FISA member teams.
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The [[2002 International Cup]] was the second edition of this competition organized by the International Federation of Soccer Association, The venue was the Republic of Korea, Seoul being the venue for the grand final, 32 interactive nations participated in it.
  
 
==The Competition==
 
==The Competition==

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II International Cup
Tournament details
Host countrySouth Korea.png South Korea
DatesJune at July 2002
Teams32
Final positions
ChampionsFrance.jpg France
1999
2005


The 2002 International Cup was the second edition of this competition organized by the International Federation of Soccer Association, The venue was the Republic of Korea, Seoul being the venue for the grand final, 32 interactive nations participated in it.

The Competition

The competition was developed in the traditional format of 32 nations divided into 8 groups of 4 each, in order to advance the best two of each group to the next round, to compose the Round of 16, later the Quarterfinals, Semifinals , third place and the Grand Final.