World Cup Football 2010 - South Africa

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Durban

Famed as the busiest port in Africa, Durban is the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal. With two well-supported rugby teams, the (association) footballing side of the city will be delighted to have the fillip of World Cup matches.

The new stadium has been built on the site of the old King's Park Soccer Stadium, adjacent to the rugby ground.

Stadium Details

Name:Moses Mabhida Stadium (name subject to change)
Capacity:70,000
Opened:29th of November 2009
Club:None

Matches in Durban

  1. 7. Sunday 13th June, Durban 19:30 BST
    Group D Match
    Germany 4 - 0 Australia
    Scorers for Germany: Podolski (8), Klose (27), Muller (68), Cacau (70)
    Coverage: ITV
  2. 16. Wednesday 16th June, Durban 15:00 BST
    Group H Match
    Spain 0 - 1 Switzerland
    Scorers for Switzerland: Fernandes (52)
    Coverage: BBC1
  3. 25. Saturday 19th June, Durban 12:30 BST
    Group E Match
    Netherlands 1 - 0 Japan
    Scorers for Netherlands: Sneijder (53)
    Coverage: ITV
  4. 35. Tuesday 22nd June, Durban 19:30 BST
    Group B Match
    Nigeria 2 - 2 South Korea
    Scorers for Nigeria: Uche (12), Yakubu (69 p)
    Scorers for South Korea: Lee JS (38), Park CY (49)
    Coverage: BBC3
  5. 45. Friday 25th June, Durban 15:00 BST
    Group G Match
    Coverage: BBC1
  6. 53. Monday 28th June, Durban 15:00 BST
    Round of 16
    Netherlands 2 - 1 Slovakia
    Scorers for Netherlands: Robben (18), Sneijder (84)
    Scorers for Slovakia: Vittek (90 + 4 p)
    Coverage: BBC1
  7. 62. Wednesday 7th July, Durban 19:30 BST
    Semi Final
    Germany 0 - 1 Spain
    Scorers for Spain: Puyol (73)
    Coverage: BBC1

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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Official Book

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