Soccer World Cup 2010

 

Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace (Rustenburg)

Bakubung Lodge

Sun City Hotel

In anticipation of the Soccer World Cup 2010, the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in the North West province, Rustenburg, was upgraded.

Match schedule for Soccer World Cup 2010

12 Jun
20h30

15 Jun
13h30

19 Jun
13h30

22 Jun
16h00

24 Jun
20h30

26 Jun
20h30

England 1
v
USA 1

New Zealand 1
v Slovakia 1

Ghana 1
v
Australia 1

Mexico 0
v
Uruguay 1

Denmark 1
v
Japan 3

USA 1
v
Ghana 2

Map centred on the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace

History

The Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace was opened in 1999. It was funded by the Royal Bafokeng community. (An administrative entity presiding over the world's richest platinum mines). On the 2nd September 2006 the stadium was home to its first rugby international, with South Africa's Springboks defeating New Zealand's All Blacks 21-20.

Upgrades

Minor renovations are needed to bring the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in line with requirements for a stadium able to host first and second round matches for the Soccer World Cup 2010. Two additional rows of seating will be constructed on the second level. New floodlights, electronic scoreboards, and a new public address system will be built.

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