Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg


Capacity: 94,700 football spectators
Built: 1987-1989 (Complete renovation in 2009)
Match:
  • Opening Party
  • 4 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-final
  • 1 match, a quarter-final
  • Final match


Port Elizabeth Stadium, Nelson Mandela Bay


Capacity: 48,000 football spectators
Built: New Construction (Completed 2009)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals
  • 1 match, a quarter-finals
  • Match of grabbing 3rd and 4th place winners


Royal Bofakeng Stadium, Rustenburg


Capacity: 42,000 football spectators
Build: 1999 (minor renovations)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals


Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane


Capacity: 46,000 football spectators
Build: New Construction (Completed 2010)
Match:
  • 4 matches, group playoffs


Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban


Capacity: 70,000 football spectators
Built: New Construction (Completed 2009)
Matches:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 matches, a big 16-finals
  • 1 matches, the semi-finals


Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit


Capacity: 46,000 football spectators
Build: New Construction (Completed 2009)
Match:
  • 4 matches, group playoffs


Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Tshwane


Capacity: 50,000 football spectators
Build: 1906 (renovations completed)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals


Greenpoint Stadium, Cape Town


Capacity: 70,000 football spectators
Build: New Construction (Completed 2009)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals
  • 1 match, a quarter-finals
  • 1 match, the semi-finals


Free State Stadium, Mangaung


Capacity: 48,000 football spectators
Build: 1952 (minor renovations)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals


Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg


Capacity: 61,000 football spectators
Build: 1982 (completed minor renovations)
Match:
  • 5 matches, group playoffs
  • 1 match, a big 16-finals
  • 1 match, a quarter-finals

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