Jun 26, 2010
Uruguay and South Korea will kick off the Round of 16 knockout matches of the 2010 World Cup at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa on Sunday 27th June at 12:00am AEST or midnight Saturday night Melbourne time.
Two matches will be played on the first day with the United States to play Ghana at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg at the later time of 4:30am AEST.
The most anticipated games of the knockout stage are the Germany and England clash on Monday 28th June at Free States Stadium in Bloemtontein and the final match of the knockout phase between Spain and Portugal on Wednesday 30th June at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town.
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Sunday June 27th – 12:00am
|Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth – 12:00am|
Sunday June 27th – 4:30am
|Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg – 4:30am|
Monday June 28th – 12:00am
|Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein – 12:00am|
Monday June 28th – 4:30am
|Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg – 4:30am|
Tuesday June 29th – 12:00am
|Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban – 12:00am|
Tuesday June 29th – 4:30am
|Ellis Park, Johannesburg – 4:30am|
Wednesday June 30th – 12:00am
|Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria – 12:00am|
Wednesday June 30th – 4:30am
|Green Point Stadium, Cape Town – 4:30am|
The four Quarter-final matches will take place on Friday July 2nd and Saturday July 3rd and visit our 2010 World Cup fixtures page for more details.
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