South Africa successfully became the host of 2010 FIFA World Cup event after defeated Morocco and Egypt in an all-African bidding process held on 4th December in Cape Town, as the first Africa country nation to organize this great event.
The organizers released a provisional list of twelve venues including the green stadiums to be used for the World Cup in 2005: Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg (two venues- Ellis Park and Soccer City), *Kimberley, Nelspruit, *Orkney, Polokwane, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, and Rustenburg.
On 17 March 2006, FIFA officially announced to narrow down the venues into ten.
Here is a glimpse for the stadiums of World Cup 2010 photos:
1. Green Point Stadium – Cape Town
2. Durban Stadium – Durban
3. Ellis Park Stadium – Johannesburg
4. Soccer City Stadium – Johannesburg
5. Free State Stadium – Mangaung/Bloemfontein
6. Port Elizabeth Stadium – Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth
7. Mbombela Stadium – Nelspruit
8. Peter Mokaba Stadium – Polokwane
9. Royal Bafokeng Stadium – Rustenburg
10. Loftus Versfeld Stadium – Tshwane/Pretoria
November 8, 2010 at 4:50 pm
Marvelous stadiums!!!!!!! I am flabbergasted. Its impossible to find out which stadium is the best one out of these Top Stadiums .