2010 SWC fan guide

Johannesburg Fan Guide: Johannesburg, also referred to as Jozi, Joburg or Egoli is the main host city for the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Fast paced and eclectic, here’s all you need to know to about this fascinating part of South Africa.

Stadium: Soccer City; Ellis Park

Durban Fan guide: The year-round warm waters of the Indian Ocean make Durban one of South Africa’s top vacation spots, especially when visiting in June for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium

Cape Town Fan Guide: There’s a reason all the tickets to the 2010 World Cup matches to be hosted at the Cape Town Stadium were the first to be sold out. The Mother City equals an unforgettable 2010 Soccer World Cup experience.

Stadium: Cape Town Stadium

Pretoria Fan Guide: Pretoria is a beautiful, sunny and colourful city with a tranquil air about it. Here’s a guide to point you in the right direction when visiting for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Stadium: Loftus Versfeld Stadium

Port Elizabeth Fan Guide: As a port city, Port Elizabeth has some fierce competition from coastal cities such as Durban and Cape Town. While not as big, there is a friendly charm which makes this part of the Eastern Cape well worth visiting.

Stadium: Nelson Mandela Stadium

Polokwane Fan Guide: It might not be well-known but there is more than meets the eye in Polokwane. Here’s what you need to know when visiting for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Stadium: Peter Mokaba Stadium

Nelspruit Fan Guide: As the main city of the Lowveld, Nelspruit has boundless offerings for the thirsty traveller. Get the most out of your visit with this fan guide.

Stadium:Mbombela Stadium

Rustenburg Fan Guide: Just over an hour’s drive from Joburg and Pretoria, Rustenburg is the fastest growing city in South Africa and is a great base to explore the North West Province during the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Stadium: Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Bloemfontein Fan Guide: As the birthplace of both the ANC and JRR Tolkein, Bloemfontein is a city rich in culture, history, education and beauty. Enjoy all that this city has to offer during the 2010 Soccer World Cup with this guide.

Stadium: Free State Stadium

Fan events, trivia and festivals:

Get set for the SWC bud house

Thirty-two fans from each of the qualifying nations will be living under one roof in Cape Town – in a a Big Brother style show thanks to Anheuser-Busch InBev the brewers of Budweiser.

2010 World Cup Concert set to rock

FIFA are hauling out some big names for line-up of the 2010 World Cup concert in Johannesburg on June 10.

Talk properly, china!

Psst… Visitors to Mzansi may require a little lesson in the way we speak here in SA. Here’s a quick guide to our Seffrican language.

10 interesting facts about Jozi…

Would you compare New York to Johannesburg. Check out these ten facts.

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