FIFA World Cup 2010: Only 321 days remaining to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ matches will be held in 10 stadiums: two in Johannesburg and one in each of the other eight host cities. Together, the 10 stadiums will host 64 matches and seat more than 570 000 people during the course of tournament. Five of the 10 are existing stadiums, which are being upgraded, with Soccer City – venue of the opening and final match – undergoing a major upgrade. The other five stadiums are being built from scratch.
Like most of the people, Dreamfields Guesthouse is waiting for the Final Draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ on the 04 December 2009 to find out who will be playing in the newly built Mbombela stadium in Nelspruit.
But not only the fans that will attend the games in Nelspruit will combine this football event with a visit to the Kruger National Park. The World Cup is held in winter and this region offers a dry winter with cold nights and lovely sunny days, the perfect season for game viewing.
Dreamfields Guesthouse offers accomodation during the world cup, click here to check availability and book online.