Coca-Cola Park Stadium

Based in Johannesburg and previously known as Ellis Park Stadium before a certain beverage company bought the naming rights for a reported £30 million, this stadium is one of the oldest stadiums in South Africa but was recently renovated in 1982 where the capacity was increased to over 62,567.

The ground is the home to The Golden Lions, Rugby Union team and it has previously hosted the 1995 Rugby World Cup and more recently it was one of the host venues for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup including the final between Brazil and the USA.

The stadium will used for one of the Group C matches (Slovenia v United States) on the 18th June, it will be then used for one round of 16 match and then for one of the quarter final matches.

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