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Johannesburg Stadium

Former known as FNB Stadium, Soccer City Stadium is the flagship of 2010 FIFA WORLDCUP where the opening and closing ceremony will be held. The design of the stadium was selected from a series of concept designs ranging from acknowledgement of Jo’burg’s disappearing mine dumps; the kgotla (defined by the tree) of the African city state; the African map as a horizontal representation, which included the roof as a desert plane supported on tropical trees set within the mineral wealth of Southern Africa; to a representation of the protea, our national flower.

The calabash, or African pot, was selected to a new grand design of the stadium. Upgrade the capacity from 80.000 seat to 94.700 seat and adding 99 more suite hospitality to bring to 184, 15.000 car parking available.

Ellis Park Stadium

Ellis Park Stadium is located in the centre of Johannesburg and has a brand new look that hosted many epic sporting events including the final of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup between Brazil and the United States. A sponsorship deal with the Coca-Cola Company, Ellis Park is also known as Coca-Cola Park. The soft drink company is also a major sponsor of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.

The largest piece of construction has increased the seating capacity to 62,000. With state-of-the-art media facilities, team whirlpools, top-class VIP areas for dignitaries, accessibility for disabled fans, a new pitch and a top-notch audio-visual setup to keep the fans informed during the game, no one will be left disappointed.

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