The 2010 World Cup will pit the world’s best strikers against each other on the world stage and finding the player who will score the most goals is not an easy task with so much talent around. In the 2006 World Cup, a total of 147 goals were scored, including four own goals. Germany’s Miroslav [...]
Soccer City Stadium is situated in the urban area of Soweto, in the city of Johannesburg and is considered the jewel in crown of all the football stadiums in South Africa. Formerly known as FBN Stadium, the ground will host the first & final matches of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and was [...]
Ellis Park Stadium is centrally located in the city of Johannesburg and is most famous for South Africa’s defeat of New Zealand in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which united the nation and captured a special moment when Nelson Mandela held the trophy aloft at the ground. Rebuilt in 1982, ground improvements has seen the [...]
The Peter Mokaba Stadium is a newly constructed stadium and is named in honour of one of South Africa’s most inspirational leaders, Peter Mokaba. Born and bred in Polokwane, where the stadium is built, Peter Mokaba was active in the struggle against apartheid and also was appointed deputy minister of the environment and tourism in [...]
Group B has Argentina involved and they will carry the hopes of a nation, while the rest of the group is made up of Nigeria, South Korea and Greece. The group winner will meet the team placed second in Group A and the runner-up in this group has to face the winner of Group A.