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Stadiums for World Cup Soccer 2010 South Africa

May 5, 2010 , Posted by byu at 9:00 PM

We all are waiting for the mega event of soccer world cup 2010. As we all know that the event will take place in South Africa. The concerned authority is working pretty hard to make this event successful and remarkable. They have already started promotional campaigns, building and reconstructing stadiums etc. They are taking security aspects seriously, so that no worst things happens during the event.



We have to wait one year more, ahhh… its pretty long time. What if, I show you the stadiums which are gonna use for the world cup 2010.

They are amazing!!! Just scroll down and have a look.


1.New Senzangakhona stadium, Durban
Sitting capacity - 70000



2.The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Sitting capacity - 49500



3.Soccer City, Johannesburg

Sitting capacity - 94,700



4.Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
Sitting capacity - 40000



5.Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Sitting capacity - 40000 +



6.Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane

Sitting capacity - 40000



7.Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace, Rustenburg
Sitting capacity - 40000 +



8.Loftus Versfeld stadium, Pretoria

Sitting capacity – 50000



9.Stadium at Cape Town
Sitting capacity – 70000 Stadiums for World Cup Soccer_www.wonders-world_2



10.Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Sitting capacity - 60,000

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