Soccer World Cup 2010

 

Cape Town Stadium

The Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town's most expensive building ever built, is in close proximity to the V&A Waterfront and the city's beaches. The stadium is the only one in the world with a glass ceiling.

Fixture list for Cape Town Stadium

Here's the fixture list for matches at Cape Town Stadium during the Fifa World Cup 2010.

11 Jun

14 Jun

18 Jun

21 Jun

24 Jun

29 Jun, 8:30pm

3 Jul, 4pm

6 Jul, 8:30pm

Uruguay
v
France

Italy
v
Paraguay

England
v
Algeria

Portugal
v
Korea DPR

Cameroon
v
Netherlands

Winner (H)
v
Runner Up (G)

Quarter
Final

Semi-final

Flights & accommodation

Flights to Cape Town

Cape Town accommodation

Green Point Stadium with the V&A Waterfront in the foreground

News

6 Feb 2010

The first match at the Cape Town Stadium is a rugby friendly between the Stormers and Boland. The Boland Rugby Union play hosts to this fixture, and have agreed to move the fixture from Wellington (their home ground) to the new Cape Town Stadium.

14 Dec 2009

The Cape Town Stadium is officially completed, with the "key" being ceremoniously handed over by the main contractors, Murray and Roberts and WBHO, to Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato.

22 Oct 2009

All 360 floodlights of the Cape Town Stadium are turned on for the first time.

Green Point Stadium's lights are turned on for the first time

The Cape Town stadium was named the African Renaissance Stadium and Cape Town Stadium during parts of its development stage. Read about the history and politics behind the African Renaissance Stadium/Cape Town Stadium.

Map centred on Cape Town Stadium


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