World Cup 2010 Stadium: Soccer City, Johannesburg, South Africa

One of Johannesburg’s stadiums for the 2010 World Cup is the Soccer City stadium which will be the largest ground used during the World Cup. Overall, the ground has the third largest capacity in Africa and the majority of the biggest football events in South Africa are played there. Therefore it is no surprise that the World Cup Final in 2010 will be hosted at Soccer City along with five group games (including the opening game), one second round and one quarter final match.

How the stadium may looks after renovations?

 The Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg is undergoing renovations for the 2010 World Cup with a new design inspired by traditional African pottery. The upper tier will be extended to bring the overall capacity to 94,700 with an extra 99 Executive suites, new changing rooms, new floodlights and a new encircling roof that will be installed. The ground is located next to the South African Football Association headquarters where the FIFA committee for the 2010 World Cup is also based.

Soccer City


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