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  1. Free State Stadium: 2010 Venue

    Playing host to five group stage matches and one round of 16 match at World Cup 2010 is Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein. Free State Stadium, also known as Vodacom Park, is another venue that earned the chance to be …


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  2. Mbombela Stadium: 2010 Venue

    Mbombela Stadium is the smallest of the five new stadiums that has been built for World Cup 2010, with a capacity of 43,500. It is also one of the two venues that will host only four group matches, with the …


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  3. Peter Mokaba Stadium: 2010 Venue

    Another one of the five new stadiums that will comprise the ten venues for World Cup 2010 is Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Peter Mokaba Stadium is one of the two venues that will host only four group stage matches, …


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  4. Loftus Versfeld Stadium: 2010 Venue

    Pretoria’s Loftus Versfeld Stadium was one of the four venues that hosted matches in the 2009 Confederations Cup, and the stadium will host six World Cup matches, including one of the eight round of 16 ties. Loftus Versfeld Stadium is …


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  5. Moses Mabhida Stadium: 2010 Venue

    The largest of the five new stadiums being built for World Cup 2010 is Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium. Along with hosting one of the semifinals, Moses Mabhida Stadium will also host five group stage matches, and one round of 16 …


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