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FIFA World Cup 2010 schedule and matches
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FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group A:
June 16 - 2.30 pm – South Africa Vs Uruguay, Pretoria
June 17 - 7.30 am – France Vs Mexico, Polokwane.
June 22 – 10 am – Uruguay Vs Mexico, Rustenburg.
June 22 – 10 am – South Africa Vs Franc, Bloemfontein.

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group B:
June 12 – 7.30 am - Nigeria Vs Argentina - Johannesburg.
June 12 – 10.00 am - South Korea vs. Greece - Port Elizabeth.
June 17 – 10 am - Greece vs. Nigeria – Bloemfontein.
June 17 - 2.30 pm - Argentina Vs South Korea – Johannesburg.
June 22 – 2.30 pm - Nigeria Vs South Korea – Durban.
June 22 – 2.30 pm - Greece vs. Argentina - Polokwane.

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group C:
Jun. 12 - England vs. United States - 2:30 pm, Rustenburg
Jun 13 - Algeria vs. Slovenia - 7:30 am, Polokwane
Jun. 18 - Slovenia vs. United States - 10:00 am, Johannesburg
Jun. 18 - England vs. Algeria - 2:30 pm, Cape Town
Jun. 23 - Slovenia vs. England - 10:00 am, Port Elizabeth
Jun. 23 - United States vs. Algeria -10:00 am, Pretoria

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group D:
Jun. 13 - Germany vs. Australia - 10:00 am, Durban
Jun. 13 - Serbia vs. Ghana - 2:30 pm, Pretoria
Jun. 18 - Germany vs. Serbia - 7:30 am, Port Elizabeth
Jun. 19 - Ghana vs. Australia - 7:30 am, Rustenburg
Jun. 23 - Ghana vs. Germany - 2:30 pm, Johannesburg
Jun. 23 - Australia vs. Serbia - 2:30 pm, Nelspruit.

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group E:
Jun. 14 - Netherlands vs. Denmark - 7:30 am, Johannesburg
Jun. 14 - Japan vs. Cameroon - 10:00 am, Bloemfontein
Jun. 19 - Netherlands vs. Japan - 10:00 am, Durban
Jun. 19 - Cameroon vs. Denmark - 2:30 pm, Pretoria
Jun. 24 - Denmark vs. Japan - 2:30 pm, Rustenburg
Jun. 24 - Cameroon vs. Netherlands - 2:30 pm, Cape Town

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group F:
Jun. 14 - Italy vs. Paraguay - 2:30 pm, Cape Town
Jun. 15 - New Zealand vs. Slovakia - 7:30 am, Rustenburg
Jun. 20 - Slovakia vs. Paraguay - 7:30 am, Bloemfontein
Jun. 20 - Italy vs. New Zealand - 10:00 am, Nelspruit
Jun. 24 - Slovakia vs. Italy - 10:00 am, Johannesburg
Jun. 24 - Paraguay vs. New Zealand - 10:00 am, Polokwane

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group G:
Jun. 15 - Ivory Coast vs. Portugal - 10:00 am, Port Elizabeth
Jun. 15 - Brazil vs. North Korea - 2:30 pm, Johannesburg
Jun. 20 - Brazil vs. Ivory Coast - 2:30 pm, Johannesburg
Jun. 21 - Portugal vs. North Korea - 7:30 am, Cape Town
Jun. 25 - North Korea vs. Ivory Coast - 10:00 am, Nelspruit
Jun. 25 - Portugal vs. Brazil - 10:00 am, Durban

FIFA World Cup 2010 group fixture and schedule Group H:
Jun. 16 - Honduras vs. Chile -7:30 am, Nelspruit
Jun. 16 - Spain vs. Switzerland - 10:00 am, Durban
Jun. 21 - Chile vs. Switzerland - 10:00 am, Port Elizabeth
Jun. 21 - Spain vs. Honduras - 2:30 pm, Johannesburg
Jun. 25 - Switzerland vs. Honduras - 2:30 pm, Bloemfontein
Jun. 25 - Chile vs. Spain - 2:30 pm, Pretoria
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Commented By: sports On: 04-03-2012

I always remember FIFA World cup 2010. it was great. More : Latest Sports News

Commented By: robbel On: 16-06-2010

i am very sad with what happened to sauth africa but other african countries shuld strive very hard
Commented By: rooney On: 27-06-2010

History repeats itself at soccer world cup 2010 at South Africa. England were denied a goal from Steven Gerrard against Germany. The replay clearly shows that the ball had crossed the goal line by at least 5 inches.

In 1966 final at Wembley against the Germans Houston hit that was on the goal line was given as goal and that gave England their only World Cup win. What goes around always comes around.

The second half should be really exciting to watch. Hope Germans wins it.
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