All You Need to Know About 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

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South Africa is located at the southern end of African continent. With a total population of around 47 million people it is one of most diverse countries in Africa. There are a total of 11 official languages of South Africa but English is commonly used on road signs, hotels and in government and official documents. Most famous sports in South Africa include Cricket, Rugby, Golf, Swimming and Soccer.

Here are the names of qualified teams for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

Teams in Group A

South Africa | Mexico | Uruguay | France

Teams in Group B

Argentina | Nigeria | Korea | Greece

Teams in Group C

England | United States | Algeria | Slovenia

Teams in Group D

Germany | Australia | Serbia | Ghana

Teams in Group E

Nederland | Denmark | Japan | Cameroon

Teams in Group F

Italy | Paraguay | Slovakia | New Zealand

Teams in Group G

Brazil | Portugal | Korea DPR | Cote d’ Ivoire

Teams in Group H

Honduras | Spain | Chile | Switzerland

Cities & Stadiums

There are nine cities that will hosts world cup matches details of cities and name of stadium is following:

City                                        Stadium

Cape Town                         Green Point Stadium

Durban                                 Durban Stadium

Johannesburg                   Ellis Park Stadium

Mangaung                          Free State Stadium

Port Elizabeth                   Port Elizabeth Stadium

Nelspruit                             Mbombela Stadium

Polokwane                         Peter Mokaba Stadium

Rustenburg                        Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Tshwane/Pretoria           Loftus Versfeld Stadium

The first match will be played between South Africa and Mexico teams on June 11, 2010 at Ellis Park Stadium while the 2010 World Cup final match will also be played in the same stadium on July 11, 2010. Make sure you check local listing for exact timings for the timing of every match.


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