World Cup 2010

NEWS - On the 27th November 2007 Durban will play host to the World Cup 2010 draw. For more information of the event in South Africa's second biggest city click here. See below for where the 2010 action is being played in the first ever African World Cup:

Johannesburg will come alive for the 2010 World Cup kicks off in the Ellis Park Stadium
Cape Town with its comsopolitan mix of people loves soccer as much as any other top holiday destination and the newly built African Renaissance will herald a new beginning for South African football.
The Eastern Cape's 2010 offering is aptly names the Nelson Mandela Bay stadium.
Old favourite Loftus Versfeld Stadium is Pretoria's venue for the 2010 festivities.
The Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Mafikeng/Rustenburg and the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane complete South Africa's 2010 World Cup Stadiums, each with its own spledour and character.
Soccer City
This 2010 World Cup venue in Johannesburg will be the centre of attention when it plays out the opening match of the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
King Senzangakhona Stadium will play host to the Durban legs of the 2010 tournament along with the old faithful ABSA Stadium.
Bloemfontein is home to the Free State Stadium which will be home to the World Cup leg in the Free State.