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FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup Stadiums in South Africa

Every time that a country is selected by FIFA to host a soccer world cup, they must decide upon depending on what they can offer the people who will be attending to the event.

The decision to select a host country usually includes considering issues such as how many tourist attractions that each country has to offer its visitors. Safety in the country is also a very important factor for deciding where the World Cup of Soccer will be hosted. However, the most important of all the factors for deciding which host is picked depends on the quality a­nd number of soccer stadiums that will be available to let the matches take place.

In the 2010 South Africa World Cup of Soccer, we will be able to enjoy the best matches in ten very well built soccer stadiums.ข่าวฟุตบอลทั้งหมด  They are all ready to receive millions of people and they all include some of the most modern technologies in the world today.

Watching some soccer matches in one of these stadiums will be one of the best moments of anyone’s life. Some of these stadiums may still need a little construction and final touches, but they will all be ready to receive all the soccer fans that the World Cup will attract to South Africa in June 2010.

The ten soccer stadiums selected to host the World Cup of Soccer in South Africa are located in the following cities.

In Cape Town there is a popular sector of the city, known as Green Point, where a soccer stadium is still in construction, it is located between the beaches and city. Green Point Stadium will be able to accommodate 70,000 soccer fans and it will be able to withstand the harshest climate temperatures of the country.

The Ellis Park Stadium located in Johannesburg is one of two stadiums located in this city. Ellis Park has been mainly used for rugby matches, and it is now being remodeled to accommodate 60,000 soccer fans.

The other Johannesburg stadium that has just been finished is the amazing Soccer City stadium, which will be the venue for the first and last game of the World Cup tournament. This stadium, considered to be the heart of football in South Africa has been recently had a major upgrade, and is now able to seat almost 95,000 fans.

The Moses Mabhida Stadium is located in the Kings Park precinct near the port of Durban. This is the stadium where the South African soccer team played against Cameroon in 1992, which was its first international match. It is now being remodeled to accommodate almost 70,000 soccer fans.

In Bloemfontein we can find the Free State Stadium, in the heart of some of South Africa’s most fanatical soccer fans. Originally built in 1952, this stadium has just been remodeled, and its capacity has been increased to accommodate 45,000 soccer fans after its renovation.

The Mbombela Stadium located in Nelspruit, will be specially constructed for this event and it will become one emblems of this city. It will be located about seven kilometers from downtown and it will be able to accommodate 40000 soccer fans.

The Peter Mokaba stadium, located in the city of Polokwane, whose name honors a political activist, who showed lots of courage and combative spirit in the past history of South Africa, will also be hosting soccer matches for this World Cup.

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