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South Africa - Cradle of Humankind, Birthplace of Civilization...
During the Winter of 2010, South Africa welcomed the world back home, and hosted the biggest event on the planet with a resounding success, scoring an incredible 9/10 from FIFA. Viva South Africa!
The winners have been crowned, the fans have gone back, the flags have come down, but South Africa has made new friends around the globe, changing perceptions which will benefit the country long into the future.
Thank you for the opportunity to show and share our world in one country with the rest of the world. Thank you to all who visited the rainbow nation.
We look forward to welcome you back home again soon.
Go South Africa!
The greatest show on earth, the 2010 World Cup will took place in South Africa from the 11th June 2010 to the 11th July 2010. The World Cup has grown from its beginning in 1930 to become one of the greatest sporting events in the world. Well over a billion people are expected to follow the month long tournament between the world's top 32 soccer playing nations.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup™ football tournament was held in nine cities across South Africa. Thousands of people visited the country during this period, and the matches had an estimated cumulative worldwide audience of around 6 billion people. Enormous financial benefits in terms of tourism, marketing and other services across the country, as well as a massive boost in infrastructure investment is a reality as result of this event.
The emblem shows a soccer player executing a bicycle kick - a move that’s often whistled for a foul as it's considered dangerous, but which the designer featured to showcase African flair. The footballer doing the kick was done in a San or rock painting style to bring the focus back to South Africa and its identity as "The Cradle of Humankind". The emblem uses the colors of the South African flag to create the shape of Africa.
Green Point Stadium, Cape Town
Because of its proximity to the Waterfront, the beaches and its beautiful views; the City of Cape Town, Fifa and the South African Government wanted to use the Green Point Common as a location for a World Cup semi-final venue. The stadium is the only one in the world with a glass ceiling.
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