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Western Cape


Newlands Rugby Ground

UWC Soccer Field

Stellenbosch Rugby Ground

UCT Rugby Ground

Bellville Rugby Ground

Athlone Stadium




Orlando Stadium

Dobsonville Stadium

Rand Stadium

Cecil Payne Stadium

Rabie Ridge Stadium

Ruimsig Stadium




SJ Smith Stadium

Chatsworth Stadium

Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium

King Zwelithini Stadium

Princess Magogo Stadium


Other regions


2010 World Cup Base Camps.



Bafana Bafana – Southern Sun Keluaran HK Grayston Hotel and will train at Sandown High School

Honduras (Indaba Hotel Fourways)

Mexico (Thaba ya Batswana)

Netherlands (Hilton Sandton),

North Korea (Protea Hotel Midrand)

Serbia (Sunnyside Park Hotel)

Slovenia (Hyde Park Southern Sun)

Australia (Kloofzicht Lodge near Muldersdrift)

New Zealand (Serengeti Estate near OR Tambo)

Switzerland (Emerald Resort and Casino in Vanderbijlpark)




Argentina (High Performance Centre)

Germany (Velmore Hotel in Centurion)

Italy (Leriba Lodge outside Pretoria)

Slovakia (Villas Luxury Suite Hotel)

United States (Irene Country Lodge)


KwaZulu Natal


Algeria (Monduzur in San Lameer)

Cameroon (Oyster Box in Umhlanga)

Greece (Beverly Hills Hotel at Umhlanga Rocks)

Ivory Coast (Riverside Hotel)

Nigeria (Hampshire in Durban),

Paraguay (Woodridge Country Estate in the Midlands)

Portugal (Valley Lodge in Hillcrest)


Western Cape


Brazil (Fairway in Cape Town)

Denmark (Simola Hotel Country Club in Knysna)

France (Pezula Resort Hotel and Spa in Knysna)

Japan (Fancourt Hotel and Country Club outside George)


North West


England (Bafokeng Sports Campus in Rustenburg)

Spain (North West University campus in Potchefstroom)

South Korea (Hunters Rest Hotel in Rustenburg)




Chile (Ingwenyama Conference Centre)


Eastern Cape


Ghana (Rhoode Valley)


Northern Cape


Fan Parks in the Western Cape Area

Fan Parks are situated in central areas in the venue cities so that the general public can watch all the games. Entrance to …



It’s tough being Urawa Reds. The “biggest club in Asia” tag is a difficult one to live down, even if the Saitama giants haven’t come close to winning a trophy for years.


The Reds burst onto the Asian football scene by winning the J. League under the swashbuckling auspices of German coach Guido Buchwald in 2006, before his more circumspect successor Holger Osieck steered the Saitama giants to Asian Champions League glory the following year.


But no sooner had Urawa begun to dominate the J. League than their world fell apart, as the popular Saitama side spectacularly disintegrated in the 2007 title race, prompting the dismissal of coach Osieck just two games into the 2008 season. Two more Togel Singapore German coaches followed, but neither Gert Engels nor Volker Finke could steer Urawa to the silverware they so desperately craved.


Enter Zeljko Petrovic. The Montenegrin coach enjoyed a peripatetic playing career, turning out for the likes of Dinamo Zagreb, Sevilla and PSV Eindhoven in a 16-year career spent largely in the Netherlands. Petrovic ended his playing days at small Dutch outfit RKC Waalwijk – the club he coached in the Dutch second division in 2007-08 – but crucially he also enjoyed a three-year spell in Japan with Urawa Reds.


Petrovic’s time in Japan coincided with Urawa’s relegation to the second tier of the J. League and the charismatic coach knows all about the Reds’ storied history. Urawa packed out every game of their compact Komaba Stadium home in the second division and crowds have continued to grow since their move to the futuristic Saitama Stadium.


Saitama Stadium

Indeed, a crowd of 42,767 fans turned out at Saitama Stadium on April 24 to see Urawa hammer defending champions Nagoya Grampus 3-0, in a match …



*Shinji Kagawa hit a brace and Keisuke Honda added another as Japan downed South Korea 3-0 in Sapporo. Players wore black armbands in honour of former Japanese international Naoki Matsuda, who died a week ago, and observed a minute’s silence.


*Tottenham’s home match with Everton on Saturday has been postponed as the clean-up continues following the riots in London. The north Togel Singapore London area was the epicentre of the violence which spread to other English cities and forced an emergency debate today in the House of Commons.


*Cesc Fabregas’ move to Barcelona looks set to be finalised by the weekend. Arsenal are also negotiating to transfer Samir Nasri to Manchester City, leaving the Gunners three weeks to replace their best two players before the transfer deadline.


*Jack Warner ally Lisle Austin has been banned from football for a year by FIFA. The CONCACAF official was involved in the crazy in-fighting in May after Chuck Blazer shopped Warner and Mohamed Bin-Hammam for bribery. Austin ‘fired’ Blazer without authority, leaving CONCACAF to issue a press statement contradicting its acting president, who was subsequently dismissed. When Austin went to the Bahamian court to get his job back, FIFA isolated him.


*The FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia has reached the quarter-final stage. Cameroon, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, England, Guatemala, Saudi Arabia and South Korea fell by the wayside in the second round.


QF lineup: Brazil v Spain, Mexico v Colombia, France v Nigeria, Portugal v Argentina


*Jurgen Klinsmann’s first game in charge of the USA ended in a 1-1 draw with Mexico in front of 30,000 in Philadelphia, World Champions Spain lost 2-1 to Italy in Bari and Germany beat Brazil 3-2 in Stuttgart.


Football falls victim to London riots


The violence …



Is this the most inconvenient World Cup for fans in recent memory? Without a doubt. After a week of travelling to games here in South Africa I would go as far as saying you are better off staying at home and watching on a big screen.


I feel like most of my time here has been spent in traffic crawling to and from games with tens of thousands of others who are afraid to use the skeletal public transport options or in the case of Rustenburg, have no choice but to hire a car.


Parking is a confusing toss-up between park and rides far away which can demand tickets without any being obviously on sale, or on-street hawkers ushering you to their ‘secure’ spot where they promise to watch your car for a fee. The Togel Singapore gritty neighbourhood around Ellis Park in Johannesburg for instance is one you would not want to walk around alone, and is buzzing with unofficial car-parkers who try to direct you off the road and give you no confidence.


Having followed signs for a park and ride there we were stuck in traffic on a tight commercial street without a white face in sight, which made us feel so uncomfortable we did a u-turn and found a verge instead. The arrangements for Soccer City in Joburg, capacity 90,000, entail a huge trek or a marathon wait for shuttle buses for those arriving by car.


There just is not an underground or adequate train network here like there has been at the previous three World Cups, and add to that inadequate highway space e.g. one lane in and out of Rustenburg and voila – a transport nightmare.


Add to all that the deafening din of vuvuzelas, blasting out …



Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has a problem and, like so much in life, it boils down to a question of balance.


Not long ago, he was merely interim Socceroos coach Graham Arnold, the man tasked with plugging the unenviable gap created by Guus Hiddink’s departure after the World Cup.


Now the interim tag has been binned, and the Agen Qiu Qiu former international striker has his heart set on the long-term post of coaching Australia to the 2010 World Cup.


How does he snare the nation’s top footballing job for the immediate future?


Well holding aloft July’s Asian Cup would of course be excellent interview material for the man who hasn’t yet won all over his critics despite his approachable demeanour and a string of OK results.


But therein lies the heart of the problem. Despite a dose of swagger from Australia’s leading lights, taking out the premier regional crown at the first attempt won’t quite be the jaunt some are expecting.


Naturally, the region’s current ranked No.2 nation has high expectations, but competing with the AFC’s aristocrats, particularly in the sweltering conditions at their Bangkok base, is going to need an Australian squad close to its strongest – just as Hiddink enjoyed 12 months ago.


However, the dilemma is that if Arnold continues naming his strongest side, how are his peripheral squad members and local A-League players ever going to gain enough international experience to seriously compete for a place in South Africa in three years time.


Choices, choices.


“With the World Cup qualifying program coming up there’s going to be a huge emphasis on A-League players,” Arnold confirmed to reporters after announcing his 23-man squad for the June friendly against nemesis Uruguay.


“The short-term picture is …



Socceroo David Carney has reunited with former Sydney FC assistant Ian Crook after agreeing a deal to join Norwich City on loan until the end of the English domestic season.


He becomes Crook and new manager Bryan Gunn’s first signing since they took charge of the Carrow Road club last week.


Carney has been out of favour with Sheffield United Keluaran HK manager Kevin Blackwell this season after taking his place as one of three over-age players at the Beijing Olympics.


Despite playing 26 times for the Blades last year following his switch from Sydney FC, the 25-year-old hasn’t made a single league appearance this term with his senior national team spot coming under pressure from the returning Scott Chipperfield.


And Australia boss Pim Verbeek’s recent warning to any Socceroos regulars not enjoying first team football at club level is the clear motivation behind Carney’s transfer window move.


“With the World Cup coming up in 2010 he wants to have the chance to show what he can do so he has an opportunity of a place in the Australian squad,” Gunn told the official Norwich City website.


“He has a tremendous left foot and is a confident goalscorer who is technically gifted.”


Carney made 34 A-League appearances, scoring seven goals, and helped Sydney claim the inaugural league championship in 2005/06.


He was primarily used as a left winger, but has won the majority of his 17 national team caps as a left-back including as a member of coach Graham Arnold’s 2007 Asian Cup squad.


“Ian gave a very high recommendation of David and his capabilities and was happy to recommend him to us,” said Gunn.


“I know there were other clubs interested in him – both in …



After 11 days of non-stop football, at last a break. I Pkv used the opportunity to head for the pyramids, and also take in the Sufi dancing. The Sufi’s follow a Muslim mystic order who spin and whirl to attain a trance like state, it reminded me off defenders who have come up against Eto’o in this competition.


Giza pyramids lie just 8km south west of Cairo and are reached by a dual carriageway that runs right past them. Not content with just driving up to them I opted to take the classic approach and went to hire a camel for the day. As with everything in Egypt the price seems to be negotiable and there are always hidden extras. As well as this baksheesh is expected at every turn for even the smallest of service. The price was agreed and during the course of the trip extras were added. More money was required for entry to the pyramids, then for the guide and the boys looking after the camel. By now I am well aware that the Egyptian salesmen will never give you the full story and will always be looking for more money. The police at Giza could be seen openly counting their takings for the day from what appeared to be on the spot fines for cutting corners and causing damage to the monuments.


It has been the same with asking directions. The standard reply is that wherever you ask to go you will need a taxi. In some cases this may well be true. But in a number of cases the intended destination has been a five minute walk away. Even if you ask for the mini-bus station for the local bus they will deny that their is one, until you point …





Referee Masayoshi Okada took centre stage at Kashima Stadium as he called a halt to the top-of-table clash between Kashima Antlers and Kawasaki Frontale.


With Kawasaki leading 3-1, they were left furious when the match was abandoned after 73 minutes as monsoonal rains swept across the ground.


Had the result stood, Kawasaki would have cut Kashima’s lead at the top to just four points.


Instead the full ninety minutes will be replayed at a date yet unknown.


Chong Tese had given Kawasaki the lead with a fabulous strike on twenty minutes, with the North Korean international’s thumping strike crashing in off the underside of the crossbar.


Kashima pulled a goal back through Marquinhos, but Chong Tese was again on hand to head the visitors back into the lead before the half-time break.


As the rain pounded the 2002 FIFA World Cup venue in the second half, veteran Kawasaki striker Juninho stunned Kashima goalkeeper Hitoshi Sogahata with a shot that skidded in at the near post.


Just when Kawasaki thought they had made inroads on runaway league leaders Kashima, referee Okada stepped in to abandon play courtesy of a waterlogged pitch.


There were angry scenes at the end as furious Kawasaki players berated match officials for their decision to call time on the clash.


Elsewhere JEF United inched Agen Togel closer towards relegation when they lost 1-0 to Albirex Niigata at Fukuda Denshi Arena in Chiba, while local rivals Kashiwa Reysol kept alive their chances of escaping the drop as they beat Nagoya Grampus 3-2 on the road.


Yosuke Kashiwagi scored twice as Sanfrecce Hiroshima defeated Yokohama F. Marinos 3-2 at Big Arch Stadium, while a small crowd turned out at Kamoike Stadium in neutral Kagoshima to …



On reflection, my decision to take a couple of weeks off to ‘rest’ was flawed from the outset. The wife went completely ‘Stefan Postma’ on me; she was constantly on my back.


The evil one demanded that the bedroom receive a full makeover. As nothing has been done in there for a number of years, I wasn’t overly upset with her having the decorators in.


Tidying up the garden was the hardest job. I was absolutely knackered at the end; the incessant drone of the lawnmower completely ruined my afternoon nap.


I did manage to wash the car myself. I say wash, but ‘drove in the rain’ would probably be a more accurate description. In my defence, I have been busy putting together a collection of ante-post football bets that are so tasty, Nordic babe-magnet Sven Goran Eriksson has been trying to get his hands on them.


Manchester United are a confident pick for Premiership Qiu Qiu Online glory. United were clearly the best team in the league last season, and their summer transfer dealings have been nothing short of exemplary. United are available at 7/5 in a two-horse race: I suspect foal play.


Liverpool are the betting equivalent of Lenny Henry: every year they receive massive support for no apparent reason. I like the look of Arsenal at 2/1 in the betting without Man U and Chelsea.


I’ve got a lot of time for ‘let’s do it again’ Sven. England rose from 17th to 4th in the FIFA world rankings under the Swede’s tutelage, and he managed to orchestrate this transformation while planting his pole more than Sergey Bubka. The 2/1 for Manchester City finishing the season in the top half of the table is the most surprising offer since Ulrika …