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Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium sits on the shores of North End Lake in Port Elizabeth and has been solely built as a dedicated venue for football in the city and surrounding areas. Newly-built for the 2010 World Cup, the stadium has a visually appealing design with a unique roof-structure and amazing view of North End [...]
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 C has perennial favourites England who will have plenty of fan support as they head into yet another World Cup with high hopes, and they will be joined by Algeria, United States and Slovenia. The group winner has to play the team that finishes runner-up in Group D, while the second placed team in [...]