Nine South Africdan cities and ten stadiums have been built or renovated for the biggest soccer event in the world. Take a look at these venues. During our trip, we will see many of these and witness the best soccer in the world with friends all over the country.
Cape Town Cape Town, at the foot of iconic Table Mountain, is a cosmopolitan city with beautiful natural surrounds. Green Point Stadium
Durban The city's "golden mile", a four kilometre stretch of beaches, restaurants and promenades, holds pride of place in culturally varied Durban. Durban Stadium
Johannesburg The city is a financial Juggernaut on the African continent. Pulsating with energy and drive, Johannesburg is a hub of culture and excitement. Ellis Park Stadium
Johannesburg Soccer City For a long time Soccer City was the only South African stadium dedicated to the beautiful game and is a fitting finals venue.
Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth has a 40 kilometre stretch of immaculate beaches in a protected bay. Port Elizabeth Stadium
Nelspruit Surrounded by some of the country's most spectacular game reserves and the famous Kruger National Park, Nelspruit offers more than just a world-class football stadium. Nelspruit is the capital of Mpumalanga Province. Mbombela Stadium
Polokwane Polokwane is often described as a vibrant, busy and colourful wonderland in a sea of grasslands, surrounded by scenic mountains. Peter Mokaba Stadium
Rustenburg In the heart of the savannah bushveld is the city of Rustenburg, brimming with natural beauty at the foot of the Magaliesburg Mountains. Royal Bafokeng Stadium
Tshwane/Pretoria Tshwane/Pretoria's rich and colourful heritage makes the city come alive with a unique blend of new and old. Loftus Versfeld Stadium
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