The 2010 World Cup Finals will be contested on the
pitches of ten stadiums in nine cities around South Africa.
On Soccer Safari - where to catch big game footballing action in
Town, Durban, Jo'burg Ellis Park,
Jo'burg Soccer City, Nelspruit, Polokwane, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, Rustenburg.
With two World Cup stadiums in Johannesburg - Ellis Park and Soccer City - fans
in South Africa's financial capital will be treated to fifteen matches; including the
opening game and the 2010 World Cup Final.
Cape Town's Green Point Stadium will host
eight matches, including a semi-final. The other semi-final will be played out in Durban Stadium.
Port Elizabeth's Nelson Mandela Bay
Stadium is the setting for a quarter-final game and the 3rd Place match.
Bloemfontein (Free State Stadium),
Pretoria (Loftus Versfeld Stadium) and Rustenburg (Royal Bafokeng Stadium) are all rewarded with 2nd round action,
on top of their five group stage matches.
Nelspruit (Mbombela Stadium) and Polokwane
(Peter Mokaba Stadium) complete the Soccer Safari with four
1st Round matches each.
World Cup Schedule.
South Africa tourist information with details about travel to and around the country.
Where to stay and what to see is made easier with insider tips and hand-selected South
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2010 World Cup Finals - Knockout Stage.
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