FIFA 2010 World Cup Booms South Africa
Every sport enthusiast is fond of this sports occasion.
Many people travel to foreign lands in order to watch FIFA matches which are hosted by magnificent stadiums and exquisite cities.
This year, South Africa is hosting FIFA 2010 World Cup for the very first time; many travelers who booked their flights to South Africa are having fun joining the large spectators at world cup.
The first exhilarating football match was played on 11th June and the FIFA 2010 World Cup will continue the rule the country's grand stadiums till 11th of July 2010.
South Africans has proved to the world that they can host and manage this grand sports event with great passion and eagerness.
The world was impressed by seeing the exuberant opening of the FIFA Cup 2010 in Johannesburg.
The music concerts, parades and all the booming vibrancy were indeed spine tingling for more than thousands of spectators as well as viewers who were watching it on the television.
For the FIFA World Cup, ten venues have been sighted in nine cities of South Africa.
This marvelous football tournament is exciting, as more than thirty-two national FIFA teams from all parts of the world have participated.
For many tourists and travelers, as well as vacationers, South African government has launch great accommodation deals, which will facilitate them with great reception and quality.
Vacationers have been having great time in South Africa during their vacation.
Many have traveled from United Kingdom and United States exclusively for this mega event and with a touch of South African natural wonderments, their having a marvelous time in the country.
As this grand event is being hosted by the country for the first time, there is a lot being talked about the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Before the tournament kicked off, people were having many doubts regarding FIFA Cup in South Africa.
However, the country and its lively natives managed to make this world cup a worth remembering event for every singly viewer.
Five of the African nations were nominated for the hosting of FIFA 2010 Cup, these included Libya, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt.
Having more votes and favors, South Africa won the bidding with 14 votes and became the host of this exquisite sport event.
Following are the venues, which comprise great-enhanced stadiums, which have an ability to capacitate up to 60,000 people, and were chosen for the hosting of World Cup:
- Cape Town
- Port Elizabeth
The country recently built five great stadiums and more than 70,000 workers were hired for the constructions and renovations of the South African major stadiums.