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Soccer City Stadium, Jo'burg - Johannesburg, South Africa :.
The Soccer City Stadium is also knowed by the name of FNB Stadium and is the main stadium of South Africa. It located in the Soweto area of Johannesburg, South Africa next to the South African Football Association headquarters (SAFA House). The FIFA offices and the Local Organising Committee for the 2010 FIFA World Cup are stablished in this place.

This is the largest stadium created specifically for football with a capacity of 91,141.

For the 2010 World Cup tournament got a redesign inspired by traditional African pottery and extended the capacity to 94,700. Also included additional 99 Executive suites, an encircling roof , and new changing room facilities floodlights have been installed.

The stadium have the appearance of a calabash (an African pot). Mosaics and lights simulates a ring of fire underneath the pot.

Restrictions: No spectator will be more allowed near 100 metres (330ft) from the action but there are no restricted views in the stadium.

Dobsonville Stadium, Jo'burg - Johannesburg, South Africa :.
Ellis Park Stadium, Jo'burg - Johannesburg, South Africa :.
Ellis Park Stadium Staib Street New Doornfontein Johannesburg Gauteng South Africa

Telephone: 011 402 8644
Ellis Park Stadium official site
Official Soccer City 2010 website
South African government official 2010 site
Soccer Results.
Orlando Stadium, Jo'burg - Johannesburg, South Africa :.
Rand Stadium, Jo'burg - Johannesburg, South Africa :.
The Rand Stadium is one of Joburg's oldest stadiums with seats for 25,000 people. Received some investment of 76 million R for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It is located near the central business district from the Turffontein Racecourse.

Rand Stadium Rosettenville Road Rosettenville, Rosettenvile South Africa 011 435 9800
South Africa
  • Capital : Pretoria
  • Capital Legislative: Cabo City
  • Capital Judicial: Bloemfontein
  • Population: 49 millions (2010).
  • Area: 1.221. 037 km2 (25th in the world)
  • Other cities: Durban, Johannesburgo, Soweto, Port Elizabeth
  • Government: Republic.
  • Chief of State: Jacob Zuma.
  • Languages: zulu, xhosa, afrikaans, english and others
  • Ethnic groups: black (75%), white (13%), other (11%).
  • Unemployment: 37 %
  • Mandela, symbol and father of the Nation. In 1994 was the first black president of the country.
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