South Africa 2010 World Cup

South Africa 2010

South Africa 2010 Soccer World Cup

From 11 June to 11 July the 2010 FIFA World CupTM was staged at 10 venues across nine South African cities: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Polokwane, Bloemfontein, Rustenburg and Pretoria. The City of Johannesburg, South Africa’s economic capital, was home to two World Cup stadiums, Soccer City and Ellis Park.

Spain was victoroius and won the 2010 World Cup final Match at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg on the 11th July, beating Netherlands in extra time with 1 goal to 0. For archived news about matches, stadiums, photographs, Fan Parks and South Africa's successful hosting of this splendid event, see our News Archives at 2010 World Cup News.

A huge Thank You to all the football fans who came to South Africa to support their teams and made it such a special event for the people of South Africa. See you in Brazil in 2014 - We will be there with our Vuvuzelas!

2010 World Cup Stadiums

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The final 10 stadiums to be utilised for the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa include Soccer City; Ellis Park Stadium; Moses Mabhida Stadium; Free State Stadium; Mbombela Stadium; Peter Mokaba ... 2010 world cup stadiums map

2010 World Cup Host Cities

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Visit the 2010 World Cup Host Cities in South Africa that will be welcoming the fans in June 2010. Find out about the attractions, things to do and stadiums in the nine South African Cities chosen to host ... 2010 world cup host cities

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2010 World Cup Stadiums

Soccer City Johannesburg

Where to Stay: Johannesburg

Soccer City (also know as the FNB Stadium) is earmarked to host both the opening and final matches of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Built in 1987, Soccer City has played host to some of the most ... soccer city johannesburg

Ellis Park Johannesburg

Where to Stay: Johannesburg

Ellis Park Stadium is a major football venue in South Africa. It has been ear-marked as a semi-final venue for the 2010 South Africa World Cup. The Stadium will be undergoing major ... ellis park johannesburg

Loftus Versfeld Stadium Pretoria

Where to Stay: Pretoria

In the city of Tshwane (Pretoria), Loftus Versfeld is situated 5 km from the city centre. To qualify for selection as a first and second round venue the floodlights, sound system and scoreboard at Loftus Versfeld ... loftus versfeld stadium

Moses Mabhida Stadium Durban

Where to Stay: Durban

Located in KwaZulu Natal in the beautiful City of Durban, Kings Park Stadium has been proposed as a semi-final venue for the 2010 FIFA™ World Cup. In order to qualify under FIFA requirements the stadium will ... moses mabhida stadium durban

Free State Stadium Bloemfontein

Where to Stay: Bloemfontein

Situated only a few minutes drive from proposed FIFA™ and team hotels in Bloemfontein, the Free State Stadium is a dedicated sporting environment with ample parking and excellent corporate hospitality. For the 2010 ... free state stadium bloemfontein

Green Point Stadium Cape Town

Where to Stay: Green Point

The Green Point Stadium in Cape Town will be transformed into a completely new 70 000 seater, all-weather, multi-purpose, environmentally sustainable, modern, technologically advanced, world class Stadium giving ... green point stadium

Mbombela Stadium Nelspruit

Where to Stay: Nelspruit

Construction of the new Mbombela Stadium on open land just seven kilometres north of Nelspruit is expected to be completed in June 2009. The Mbombela Stadium has been designed to ensure it enjoys a prosperous life beyond ... mbombela stadium nelspruit

Peter Mokaba Stadium Polokwane

Where to Stay: Polokwane

The Peter Mokaba Stadium is situated in Polokwane (Pietersburg), the capital of Limpopo, South Africa. It currently serves as a football stadium and as an international athletics venue. The stadium comprises only a main stand ... peter mokaba stadium

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Port Elizabeth

Where to Stay: Port Elizabeth

The stadium, still to be built, will have a capacity of 49,500, be a high-tech, modern venue and will meet every requirement needed to provide a world class venue for the first and second round matches of the 2010 World Cup ... nelson mandela stadium

Royal Bafokeng Stadium Rustenburg

Where to Stay: Rustenburg

Only minor renovations will be required to bring the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in line with requirements for a stadium able to host first and second round matches for the FIFA™ World Cup ... royal bafokeng stadium

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