The 2010 FIFA World Cup is the 19th world soccer tournament to find the best national football team. The previous 18 tournaments have had seven different winners over the last 80 years, the biggest winners being Brazil who have won it five times. This years tournament will be held in the African continent for the first time. The tournamnet kicks off in Johannesburg, South Africa on the 11th of June and the final is a month later. There will be 32 national soccer teams competing from 6 continents.

Here are the 32 nations competing in the 2010 World Cup

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The format for the competition is 8 groups of 4 teams who play each other once with the top 2 teams progressing to the last 16 where a straight knock-out format will take you to the World Cup Final on the 11th of July, 2010. To see any of this years World Cup soccer jerserys click on and of the country tags on the world cup map. All the qualifying nations in this tournament have special World Cup soccer jerseys, you can also see all home and away world cup soccer jerseys by clicking on the links below in the World Cup group stages.

2010 World Cup Group Stage

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World Cup 2010 Soccer Venues

There are 10 different stadia in use during the 2010 World Cup tournament in South Africa. Five of the stadia are brand new and the other five have had major renovations. You can check out where your country will be playing in the qualifying rounds:

  • Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg - a renovated 94,700 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Friday 11th June - South Africa vs Mexico
    • Monday 14th June - Holland vs Denmark
    • Thursday 17th June - Argentina vs South Korea
    • Sunday 20th June - Brazil vs Ivory Coast
    • Wednesday 23rd June - Ghana vs Germany
  • Green Point Stadium, Capetown - a brand new 70,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Friday 11th June - Uruguay vs France
    • Monday 14th June - Italy vs Paraguay
    • Friday 18th June - England vs Algeria
    • Monday 21st June - Portugal vs North Korea
    • Thursday 24th June - Cameroon vs Holland
  • Nelson Mandela Stadium, Port Elizabeth - a brand new 44,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Saturday 12th June - South Korea vs Greece
    • Tuesday 15th June - Ivory Coast vs Portugal
    • Friday 18th June - Germany vs Serbia
    • Monday 21st June - Chile vs Switzerland
    • Wednesday 23rd June - Slovenia vs England
  • Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg - a renovated 70,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Saturday 12th June - Argentina vs Nigeria
    • Tuesday 15th June - Brazil vs North Korea
    • Friday 18th June - Slovenia vs USA
    • Monday 21st June - Spain vs Honduras
    • Thursday 24th June - Slovakia vs Italy
  • Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein - a renovated 48,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Monday 14th June - Japan vs Cameroon
    • Thursday 17th June - Greece vs Nigeria
    • Sunday 20th June - Slovakia vs Paraguay
    • Tuesday 22nd June - France vs South Africa
    • Friday 25th June - Switzerland vs Honduras
  • Moses Mobhida Stadium, Durban - a rebuilt 70,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Saturday 13th June - Germany vs Australia
    • Wednesday 16th June - Spain vs Switzerland
    • Saturday 19th June - Holland vs Japan
    • Tuesday 22nd June - Nigeria vs Uruguay
    • Friday 25th June - Portugal vs Brazil
  • Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruitt - a brand new 40,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Wednesday 16th June - Honduras vs Chile
    • Sunday 20th June - Italy vs Ne Zealand
    • Wednesday 23rd June - Australia vs Serbia
    • Friday 25th June - North Korea vs Ivory Coast
  • Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane - a rebuilt 46,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Sunday 13th June - Algeria vs Slovenia
    • Thursday 17th June - France vs Mexico
    • Tuesday 22nd June - Greece vs Argentina
    • Thursday 24th June - Paraguay vs New Zealand
  • Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria - a renovated 52,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Sunday 13th June - Serbia vs Ghana
    • Tuesday 15th June - South Africa vs Uruguay
    • Friday 18th June - Cameroon vs Denmark
    • Wednesday 23th June - USA vs Algeria
    • Friday 25th June - Chile vs Spain
  • Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg - a renovated 42,000 seat stadium
  •      Qualifying matches :
    • Saturday 12th June - England vs USA
    • Tuesday 15th June - New Zealand vs Slovenia
    • Saturday 19th June - Ghana vs Australia
    • Tuesday 22nd June - Mexico vs Uruguay
    • Thursday 24th June - Denmark vs Japan


World Cup Soccer Jersey History

Check out the histories of the top World Cup soccer teams: