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In 2010 South Africa will host the Fifa Football World Cup, the first time the world's premier sporting event will be held on African soil. Get a sneak preview of the personalities, places, cities - and all the stadiums - that will help make Africa's debut a feast of football.
South Africa regularly hosts major international sporting events, and since 1994 has successfully managed some of the biggest - including the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the Women's World Cup of Golf in 2005 and 2006 and, in January 2006, the only street race in the inaugural A1 GP World Cup of Motorsport.
But the Football World Cup, the world's biggest sporting event after the Olympic games - in terms of television audience, bigger than the Olympics - is in a class of its own.
For four weeks in 2010, South Africa will be the centre of the world. The Germany 2006 World Cup was the most extensively covered and viewed event in television history. South Africa 2010, promise to draw even bigger audiences. The eyes of billions of television viewers, an estimated three million international visitors and the cream of the world's sporting media will be focused on the southern tip of Africa. We don't aim to disappoint.
Interactive Map of the World Cup Stadiums in South Africa - The final 10 stadiums to be utilised for the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa: Please move your mouse over the Green Stadium Locators on the map for more detailed information about each of the 10 Stadium and then click to view the individual maps and additional information for each stadium.
The Final 10 Stadiums for the World Cup 2010 in South Africa:
- Green Point Stadium in Cape Town - Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth
- King Senzangakhona Stadium in Durban - Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein
- Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg - Soccer City in Johannesburg
- Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg - Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria
- Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit - Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane