South Africa 2010 Stadiums
Get to know The South African 2010 Stadiums
The action is just about to start in the 2010 South Africa World cup and we wanted to take this opportunity and get you introduced with the places that contain most of the action during this exciting soccer world cup – the South Africa 2010 Stadiums.
At 2010 the building and renovating of 10 stadiums were complete at the highest international standards which include sitting capacity, security and surroundings of the stadiums.
These are the official South Africa World Cup 2010 Stadiums:
• Green Point Stadium, Cape Town
• Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
• Nelson Mandela Stadium, Port Elizabeth
• Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
• Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg
• Soccer City, Johannesburg
• Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria
• Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
• Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg
• Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane
These stadiums were spread across South Africa and if you are planning to watch more than one game from the stadiums, you will get to know some of the most beautiful places South Africa has to offer.
If you are planning to watch the games from your Television, you will note the green grass and the new construction of these stadiums. Best news are that the stadiums for the World Cup got the official stamp, now they are World Cup approved stadiums.
All the World Cup 2010 Stadiums were approved by FIFA and they are ready for fans to come and fill them and of course for the players to play and give the fans what they want.
One of the most recommended places to see is the Soccer City in Johannesburg which was made ready especially for the 2010 world cup and is bound to hold some of the most exciting games this world cup has to show us.
Hopefully the South Africa 2010 Stadiums won’t let us down and we will concentrate more on the soccer and less on the quality of these stadiums.