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Posted on: Monday, 14 December 2009

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Port Elizabeth (photographs)

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The five-tier, 1.1 billion Rand Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium was built overlooking the North End Lake in the heart of the city of Port Elizabeth. The Nelson Mandela Stadium will host 8 games during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It will host 5 group games, as well as knock out games. A round of 16 game, a quarterfinal and the 3rd/4th playoff will be played at the stadium …

Nelson Mandela Stadium

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Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Match Dates:
Match # 4 on 12 June 2010: Korea Republic vs Greece
Match # 13 on 15 June 2010: Ivory Coast vs Portugal
Match # 21 on 18 June 2010: Germany vs Serbia
Match # 31 on 21 June 2010: Chile vs Switzerland
Match # 37 on 23 June 2010: Slovenia vs England

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