32 teams compete in the South Africa 2010 World Cup
Keep an eye on the teams as they attempt to reach the 2010 World
Cup Final in South Africa.
Australia, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, Côte
d'Ivoire, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Ghana,
Greece, Holland, Honduras,
Italy, Japan, Mexico,
New Zealand, Nigeria, North Korea, Paraguay, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA.
48 First Round matches in eight
groups of four teams each; from Friday, 11th June to Friday, 25th June.
Group A - Group B - Group C - Group D
Group E - Group F - Group G - Group H
The first two teams in each group move on to the Second Round.
The top 16 countries in the world continue on the road to the
final in the knockout stage.
Fans get two games a day from Saturday, 26th June to Tuesday, 29th
Friday, 2nd July and Saturday, 3rd July.
Quarter-final matches take place in Jo'burg Soccer City, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town and Jo'burg
Tuesday, 6th July.
The first semi-final is in Cape
Wednesday, 7th July.
The second semi-final is in Durban.
Both kick-offs are at 20:30, local time.
Saturday, 10th July.
Port Elizabeth hosts the
game for 3rd place at 20:30 local time.
2010 World Cup Final
Johannesburg (Soccer City) - Sunday, 11th July
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