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  1. World Cup 2010 Host Cities

    The temperature’s certainly rising right now, but come June, South Africa will have full-on football fever. Nine South African cities will add their names to a select list of places that have had the privilege of hosting World Cup matches. …


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  2. Bloemfontein: 2010 Host City

    The city of Bloemfontein, known as the ’City of Roses’, is the capital of South Africa’s Free State Province in central South Africa, and it also serves as the country’s judicial capital. Bloemfontein is home to the Free State Stadium, …


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  3. Cape Town: 2010 Host City

    Cape Town is South Africa’s second largest city, and it’s the site of the third-largest World Cup 2010 venue, the 69,070-capacity Cape Town Stadium. Cape Town, which is the legislative capital of South Africa, was the first permanent European settlement …


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  4. Rustenburg: 2010 Host City

    Rustenburg’s name may translate into ‘Place of Rest’, but it will be anything but come June when the World Cup comes to the city located in South Africa’s North West Province. Rustenburg was founded in 1851, and it’s grown to …


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  5. Nelspruit: 2010 Host City

    The Mbombela Stadium, one of the five new venues for World Cup 2010, is located in the northeastern city of Nelspruit. The city is home to more than 200,000 people, making it one of the tournament’s smallest host cities. Nelspruit …


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  6. Pretoria: 2010 Host City

    Pretoria, the national capital of South Africa, is the location of the Loftus Versfeld Stadium, which will serve as host for six World Cup 2010 ties. The city, in the Gauteng Province in northern South Africa, was founded in 1855 …


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