The complete 2010 Cup guide

2010-06-12 10:58



MTN Fan Zone
Montecasino in Fourways hosts the public at an open area which will offer big screen TVs and viewing areas, plus performances by Wonderboom and Dr. Victor until July 11 on match days.
011 502 3511

Family Fun Park
Emperors Palace’s Centre Court in Kempton Park screens matches live and tickets cost R40 per adult and it includes a boerewors roll and a drink for the duration of the tournament. Children under 12 years enter free.
011 928 1297

Troyeville and Kensington Fan Village
A craft market offering handcrafted soccer memorabilia, gifts, jewellery, souveniers, clothing, beadwork and books will operate until July 12 at The Market Place, 1 and 6 Roberts Avenue.
082 452 1790

Mary Fitzgerald Square
Fifa Fan Park
There are live music performances and big screen TVs for live matches. The Square in Newtown is open until the end of the World Cup.
011 375 5555

Innes-Free Park
Fifa Fan Park
The second official fan park in Joburg on Grayston Drive, Sandton shows matches on big screen TVs. Live events, food and beverages.
011 375 5555

Walter Sisulu Square
Fifa Fan Park
The Walter Sisulu Square at the corner of Union Avenue and Main Road in Kliptown, Soweto is deeply rooted in history as this is where the Freedom Charter was signed by the ANC. It is the third official fan park in Joburg.
011 375 5555

Dries Niemandt Park
The Dries Niemand Park in Kempton Park is a public viewing area hosting matches daily. Live performances and matches on big screens.

Birchwood Hotel
International Football Village
Soak in the authentic South African culture and experience live matches, music performances and the Ke Nako art exhibition on the five hectare site near OR Tambo International. Eight countries including Germany, Brazil and France are represented. Tickets start at R100.

Hyundai Fan Village
Its main attraction is the giant 40m² screen. Fans will see some of the Goodwill Balls that have travelled the world collecting signed messages. There will be live webcam feeds from all other 33 Hyundai Parks around the world.
Italian Club in Bedfordview, 7 Marais Road.
011 453 0587

Festival of Africa
The Piazza at Melrose Arch has an exhibition of artworks, performing and visual artists from African countries, as well as culinary gems from across the continent. There are live game screenings.
011 646 5630

The City of Tshwane hosts public viewing areas (PVAs) in Hammanskraal at the Themba Sports Ground and at Giant Stadium in Soshanguve. There will be a big screen for matches, live music and dance. Gates open four hours before kick-off.



The Kings Park Sporting Precinct is the official fan park and screens live matches.
The township hosts a public viewing area on Grounds 5 and 6 on Amanzimtoti Road.


The township hosts a public viewing area at the King Zwelithini Stadium with a capacity of
15000 fans.
The Hyundai Fan Village at the Suncoast Casino Entertainment

Western Cape

Cape Town

Fifa Fan Fest
The City Hall hosts the Fifa Fan Fest throughout the World Cup which will be open from 11am and 11pm. Daily entertainment by Goldfish, K’naan, Freshlyground, and African Marimba bands.
021 427 6800

Public Viewing Areas are open between 11am and 11pm in Athlone (Vygieskraal), Bellville Velodrome, the Mitchells Plain (Swartklip Sport Complex) and Settlers Way, Khayelitsha (the Oliver Tambo Centre).
Hyundai Fan Village at the V&A Waterfront.

Eastern Cape

Port Elizabeth

Fifa Fan Fest
The St George’s Park cricket stadium is the official Fifa Fan Fest until July 11 where families can enjoy live match screenings and entertainment.

Free State


Fifa Fan Fest
There is a 5-a-side football tourney every day at the Mangaung Outdoor Sports Centre in Rocklands and entertainment.


Fifa Fan Fest
Bergvlam High School is the place to be for the duration of the World Cup.

Public Viewing Areas
There are six public viewing areas at the following stadiums; eMbalenhle, Mayflower, Ehlanzeni, ­Thulamahashe and KaMhlushwa.
013 759 5300

North West

Fifa Fan Fest
The Fields College cricket oval is where 20000 fans can watch matches on giant screens. There is an entertainment programme including musicians and artists who represent the North West.


Fifa Fan Park
The Polokwane Cricket Club is the official fan park and it accommodates 30000 fans. Live matches will be on big screen TVs.

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