World Cup 2014 Stadiums
Information on the venues used for the 2014 World Cup will be displayed here.
World Cup 2010 Venues
The venues for the 2010 World Cup have been selected and they have had major work undertaken on them to make them viable World Cup Stadiums. Some of them have already been used in the 2009 Confederations Cup and the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa in 2009.
The Stadiums for the 2010 World Cup were finalised in March 2006, with the following stadiums being chosen:
Also known as the First National Bank Stadium it is in Johannesburg and it is located next to the South African Football Association headquarters and has one of the most important roles of all the Stadiums.
The stadium is located in Durban and is named after named after Moses Mabhida, a former General Secretary of the SACP.
Located in Cape Town, this Stadium was originally going to be called the African Renaissance Stadium. It was built specifically for the 2010 World Cup.
It is more well known under its original name, the Ellis Park Stadium. It is located in Johannesburg and has a capacity of just over 62,000.
This all seater stadium is located in Pretoria, it is named after Robert Owen Loftus Versfeld, the founder of organized sports in Pretoria.
This stadium in Port Elizabeth is the first ever world class stadium built in the Eastern Cape Province.
The Free State Stadium is also known as Vodacom Park, in Bloemfontein, it is primarily a Rugby stadium.
This stadium in Polokwane is named after Peter Mokaba, who was a former leader of the ANC Youth League.
Located near the Kruger National Park in Nelspruit, Mbombela.
Located in Phokeng this stadium has already been tested as a soccer venue when it was used as one of the venues for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup.