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    2010 dunya kupası stadları

    Cape Town World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Cape Town World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Cape Town is building a new stadium for the 2010 World Cup in the suburb of Greenpoint, 500 metres from the Atlantic Ocean with Table Mountain as a backdrop.

    Upon completion, the stadium should seat 70,000.

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    Johannesburg World Cup 2010 Stadiums

    Soccer City Johannesburg World Cup Stadium

    Ellis Park World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Durban World Cup 2010 Stadium Durban World Cup 2010 Stadium
    Durban will boast the new Senzangakhona stadium, unveiled on June 15th 2006 at Durban’s ICC by KwaZulu-Natal’s Premier Sbu Ndebele and eThekwini Mayor Councillor Obed Mlaba.

    The stadium will be built on the site of the existing King’s Park stadium and has been designed as a first-class multi-purpose sporting facility with a seating capacity of 70,000.

    The stadium is named after one of the founding fathers of the Zulu nation, King Senzangakhona.

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    Nelspruit World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Nelspruit World Cup Stadium

    Construction of the new Mbombela Stadium on open land just eight kilometres north of Nelspruit will confirm the recently rising fortunes of this far north-eastern corner of South Africa.

    The Mbombela Stadium has been designed to ensure it enjoys a prosperous life beyond the tournament as an adaptable, relevant multi-sport, entertainment and exhibition venue.

    The stadium will be specifically constructed to ensure that it meets all FIFA Requirements and presents a compact and attractive venue for both first and second round matches with a capacity of just over 40,000.

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    Rustenburg World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Rustenburg World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Only minor renovations will be required to bring the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace into line with requirements for a stadium able to host first and second round matches at the 2010 World Cup. The stadium will have a capacity of just over 40,000.

    For 2010, essentially cosmetic measures such as installation of new electronic scoreboards and upgrading of the floodlights and public address system will render the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace ready to welcome the football supporters of the world.

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    Pretoria World Cup 2010 Stadiums

    Pretoria World Cup Stadium

    The main west stand of the Loftus Versfeld stadium was completely rebuilt in 1977, and the other three stands have been rebuilt since, creating an impressive arena, that rises steeply on all sides and incorporates some of the country’s finest facilities for corporate hospitality.

    Minimal upgrading will be required for the stadium to qualify as a venue for first and second round matches, but the floodlights, sound system and scoreboards will all be improved. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 and this will probably rise to 50,000 for the World Cup.

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    Polokwane World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Polokwane World Cup 2010 Stadium

    The roof over the existing west stand of the Peter Mokaba Stadium will be removed and replaced by a roof that covers the entire western stand of the new Stadium.

    An additional 20 rows of seating will be built around the entire stadium to increase capacity to 40,000.

    In addition to the structural work, the Peter Mokaba stadium will be provided with first rate equipment, including an electronic scoreboard in the northern stand, new floodlights, a modern sound system and a fire detection and protection system.

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    Port Elizabeth World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Port Elizabeth World Cup Stadium

    The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will have a capacity of 49,500 and will be a multi purpose facility launched at the World Cup in 2010.

    Click here for the host city website.

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    Bloemfontein World Cup 2010 Stadium

    Bloemfontein World Cup 2010 Stadium

    In advance of 2010, a second tier will be added to the main grandstand of the Free State Stadium on the western side of the ground, increasing the net capacity beyond the 40,000-mark required for venues to stage first and second round matches.

    Additionally, new turnstiles will be erected, the floodlights will be upgraded, electronic scoreboards will be installed and the sound system will be revamped to the required standards.

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