The newly-built Green Point Stadium is located in a prime area of Cape Town, South Africa, and will host one of the 2010 World Cup semi-finals.
The stadium was originally a multi-purpose arena and has served as home to both Santos and Ajax Cape Town, and played host to major musical acts such as Michael Jackson, U2 and Robbie Williams.
Stadium capacity has been increased from 18,000 to more than 66,000 for the World Cup, and once the tournament is over, the ground will most likely be used as a base for a professional football team.
Overlooking the mountains and beach of the city, Green Point Stadium is architecturally impressive and makes a welcome addition to the landscape and energy of Green Point.
Green Point Stadium is also known as Cape Town Stadium and sits at the foot of majestic Table Mountain, just a few hundred metres from the well known Sea Point seafront promenade.
|Jun 12||Uruguay||vs||France||Cape Town||4:30am||Odds|
|Jun 15||Italy||vs||Paraguay||Cape Town||4:30am||Odds|
|Jun 19||England||vs||Algeria||Cape Town||4:30am||Odds|
|Jun 21||Portugal||vs||North Korea||Cape Town||9:30pm||Odds|
|Jun 25||Cameroon||vs||Netherlands||Cape Town||4:30am||Odds|
|Jun 29||Round of 16|
|Jul 03||Quarter Finals|
|Jul 06||Semi Finals|
Cape Town is home to many different cultures, and being situated between the ocean and breath-taking Table Mountain, it is one of the prettiest locations in South Africa.
Known as “Mother city”, Cape Town is the second biggest city population wise in South Africa, and is heavily Malay influenced. Many foreigners have made this picturesque part of the world their homeland, resulting in a diverse mix of cultures.
Cape Town has plenty to offer both locals and tourists, with its landmark beaches, vibrant waterfront, and the award winning wine farms of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.