World Cup Schedule 2010

The 19th FIFA World Cup is scheduled to take place in ten different South African stadiums between June 11 and July 11, 2010. It is a historic undertaking because it is the first time that the famous famous series of matches will be hosted by an African nation. It is expected that more than one billion fans will tune into many of the games and follow all of the events that happen during this time.

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Group A
June 11 – South Africa vs. Mexico (Johannesburg)
June 11 – Uruguay vs. France (Cape Town)
June 16 – South Africa vs. Uruguay ( Tshwane/Pretori)
June 17 – France vs. Mexico (Polokwane)
June 22 – Mexico vs. Uruguay (Rustenburg)
June 22 – France vs. South Africa (Mangaung/Bloemfontein)

Group B
June 12 – Argentina vs. Nigeria (Johannesburg)
June 12 – Korea Republic vs. Greece (Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth)
June 17 – Greece vs. Nigeria (Mangaung/Bloemfontein)
June 17 – Argentina vs. Korea Republic (Johannesburg)
June 22 – Nigeria vs. Korea Republic (Durban)
June 22 – Greece vs. Argentina (Polokwane)

Group C
June 12 – England vs. USA (Rustenburg)
June 13 – Algeria vs. Slovenia (Polokwane)
June 18 – Slovenia vs. USA (Johannesburg)
June 18 – England vs. Algeria (Cape Town)
June 23 – Slovenia vs. England (Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth)
June 23 – USA vs. Algeria (Tshwane/Pretoria)

Group D
June 13 – Germany vs. Australia (Durban)
June 13 – Serbia vs. Ghana (Tshwane/Pretoria)
June 18 – Germany vs. Serbia (Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth)
June 19 – Ghana vs. Australia (Rustenburg)
June 23 – Ghana vs. Germany (Johannesburg)
June 23 – Australia vs. Serbia (Nelspruit)

Group E
June 14 – Netherlands vs. Denmark (Johannesburg)
June 14 – Japan vs Cameroon (Mangaung/Bloemfontein)
June 19 – Netherlands vs. Japan (Durban)
June 19 – Cameroon vs. Denmark (Tshwane/Pretoria)
June 24 – Denmark vs. Japan (Rustenburg)
June 24 – Cameroon vs. Netherlands (Cape Town)

Group F
June 14 – Italy vs. Paraguay (Cape Town)
June 15 – New Zealand vs. Slovakia (Rustenburg)
June 20 – Slovakia vs. Paraguay (Mangaung/Bloemfontein)
June 20 – Italy vs. New Zealand (Nelspruit)
June 24 – Slovakia vs. Italy (Johannesburg)
June 24 – Paraguay vs. New Zealand (Polokwane)

Group G
June 15 – Cote d’Ivoire vs. Portugal (Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth)
June 15 – Brazil vs. Korea DPR (Johannesburg)
June 20 – Brazil vs. Cote d’Ivoire (Johannesburg)
June 21 – Portugal vs. Korea DPR (Cape Town)
June 25 – Portugal vs. Brazil (Durban)
June 25 – Korea DPR vs. Cote d’Ivoire (Nelspruit)

Group H
June 16 – Honduras vs. Chile (Nelspruit)
June 16 – Spain vs. Switzerland (Durban)
June 21 – Chile vs. Swizterland (Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth)
June 21 – Spain vs. Honduras (Johannesburg)
June 25 – Chile vs. Spain (Tshwane/Pretoria)
June 25 – Switzerland vs. Honduras (Mangaung/Bloemfontein)

The country has ten separate venues in which the various games will occur, and these include

Soccer City in Johannesburg (capacity approx. 95,000),

Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban (capacity approx. 70,000),

Cape Town Stadium (capacity approx. 69,000),

Coca-Cola Park in Johannesburg (capacity approx. 62,500),

Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria (capacity approx. 51,700),

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth (capacity approx. 48,000),

Free State Stadium in Mangaung (capacity approx. 48,000),

Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane (capacity approx. 46,000),

Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit (capacity approx. 44,000),

and Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg (capacity approx. 42,000).

On March 29th, the official world Cup approval stadiums announcement went out, and the games can start

Those interested in getting a day by day world cup schedule 2010 of events will need to check in with the official FIFA website or at their favorite team’s sites as well. The 32 teams which qualified for the competition were Australia, Japan, Korea DPR and Republic, Algeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Honduras, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, New Zealand, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland. Because South Africa is the host nation for the many matches which will occur during the month-long event, its football team is also one of the 32 finals to make it into the World Cup as well. There were more than one hundred and fifty teams capable of qualifying for the month-long final tournament.

Check for updates for the World Cup schedule 2010 and the updated events for the great soccer world cup games in Soiuth Africa.

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