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Posted on: Saturday, 5 December 2009

2010 World Cup Draw Results

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In an entertaining ceremony held in Cape Town last night broadcasted live to an estimated audience of 150-million viewers in 200 countries, the 2010 World Cup draw results were announced. The first duty of the show’s presenter, Academy Award-winning actress and proud South African, Charlize Theron, was to show off the official 2010 Match Ball, adidas’s Jabulani, a name which means ‘to celebrate’ in Zulu.

Then Soweto’s Gospel Choir enchanted with a lively rendition of Pata Pata before the arrival of Draw Master and FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke, which signalled that it was time for the moment of truth.

And herewith the results … When and where is “your” team playing?

1 11-06-10 South Africa v Mexico Soccer City, Johannesburg
2 11-06-10 Uraguay v France Green Point, Cape Town
3 12-06-10 Argentina v Nigeria Ellis Park, Johannesburg
4 12-06-10 Korea Republic v Greece Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
5 12-06-10 England v USA Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
6 13-06-10 Algeria v Slovenia Peter Mokaba, Polokwane
7 13-06-10 Germany v Australia Moses Modhiba, Durban
8 13-06-10 Serbia v Ghana Loftus Versveld, Pretoria
9 14-06-10 Netherlands v Denmark Soccer City, Johannesburg
10 14-06-10 Japan v Camernoon Free State, Bloemfontein
11 14-06-10 Italy v Paraguy Green Point, Cape Town
12 15-06-10 New Zealand v Slovakia Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
13 15-06-10 Ivory Coast v Portugal Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
14 15-06-10 Brazil v Korea DPR Ellis Park, Johannesburg
15 16-06-10 Honduras v Chile Mbombela, Nelspruit
16 16-06-10 Spain v Switzerland Moses Modhiba, Durban
17 16-06-10 South Africa v Uraguay Loftus Versveld, Pretoria
18 17-06-10 France v Mexico Peter Mokaba, Polokwane
19 17-06-10 Greece v Nigeria Free State, Bloemfontein
20 17-06-10 Argentina v Korea Republic Soccer City, Johannesburg
21 18-06-10 Germany v Serbia Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
22 18-06-10 Slovenia v USA Ellis Park, Johannesburg
23 18-06-10 England v Algeria Green Point, Cape Town
24 19-06-10 Ghana v Australia Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
25 19-06-10 Netherlands v Japan Moses Modhiba, Durban
26 19-06-10 Camernoon v Denmark Loftus Versveld, Pretoria
27 20-06-10 Slovakia v Paraguy Free State, Bloemfontein
28 20-06-10 Italy v New Zealand Mbombela, Nelspruit
29 20-06-10 Brazil v Ivory Coast Soccer City, Johannesburg
30 21-06-10 Portugal v Korea DPR Green Point, Cape Town
31 21-06-10 Chile v Switzerland Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
32 21-06-10 Spain v Honduras Ellis Park, Johannesburg
33 22-06-10 Mexico v Uraguay Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
34 22-06-10 France v South Africa Free State, Bloemfontein
35 22-06-10 Nigeria v Uraguay Moses Modhiba, Durban
36 22-06-10 Greece v Argentina Peter Mokaba, Polokwane
37 23-06-10 Slovenia v England Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
38 23-06-10 USA v Algeria Loftus Versveld, Pretoria
39 23-06-10 Ghana v Germany Soccer City, Johannesburg
40 23-06-10 Australia v Serbia Mbombela, Nelspruit
41 24-06-10 Slovakia v Italy Ellis Park, Johannesburg
42 24-06-10 Paraguy v New Zealand Peter Mokaba, Polokwane
43 24-06-10 Denmark v Japan Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
44 24-06-10 Camernoon v Netherlands Green Point, Cape Town
45 25-06-10 Portugal v Brazil Moses Modhiba, Durban
46 25-06-10 Korea DPR v Korea DPR Mbombela, Nelspruit
47 25-06-10 Chile v Spain Loftus Versveld, Pretoria
48 25-06-10 Switzerland v Honduras Free State, Bloemfontein

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