2010 Fifa World Cup

Accommodation in South Africa

The greatest sports event, the FIFA Soccer World Cup is to be held in South Africa between the 11 June and 11 July 2010. More than a billion people are expected to follow the month long tournament between the world's top 32 soccer playing nations.


The tournament will be host by the cities of Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Rustenburg and Polokwane. Each city will boast new and upgrade stadiums in which to showcase this international sports spectacular.


For the latest tournament schedule click HERE.


South Africa has taken direction from Germany and will erect Fan Parks in every World Cup host city during 2010. Fan Parks will give soccer fans, who can't get a ticket for the matches the chance to watch the games on big screens in a festive environment; for free. Here you can enjoy the match in the company of soccer mad locals, known for their welcoming character and ability to have a great party.


South Africa offers a wide variety of accommodation, from B&B’s to Backpackers to game lodges to hotels, ranging up to luxurious five star standards.


For assistance with your accommodation bookings during the 2010 Soccer World Cup, please contact us by clicking HERE and let us help you with your requirements.


This is the first time that a FIFA World Cup has been held in Africa, which gives you the unique opportunity of watching the “beautiful game” and experiencing the diverse wonders that South Africa has to offer. Such as seeing lions on Safari in the Kruger National Park, climbing Table Mountain, tasting wine in Stellenbosch vineyards, visiting Nelson Mandela’s prison cell on Robben Island, an Elephant Back Safari in the Addo or diving with Manta Rays in Mozambique. 


These and other activities can be arranged by our team of experienced and knowledgeable consults.


Here at Finding Africa we are extremely excited to share our beautiful and unique country with the rest of the world, especially during the thrilling 2010 World Cup and we look forward to an unforgettable atmosphere and spirit amongst the supporters.  


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