The FIFA 2010 World Cup is now truly up and running. With the 2010 World Cup group draw having been made on December 4th, people can now focus on the first Football WorldCup to be hosted on the African Continent and World Cup South Africa looks like it is going to be another corker. With eight seeded teams in eight groups the South African 2010 cup draw has once again left some seeded countries happy and other countries less so.
The 2010 World Cup’s group of death as dubbed by the media is widely regarded as group G, with top seeds Brazil having been drawn with highly rated Portugal along with a quality North Korea side and the Impressive Ivory coast who with chelsea striker Didier Drogba, on their day are capable of beating anybody. Whilst group B seeds England and Group H seeds Spain and Group F Seeds Italy should be more happy with their respective draws.
World Soccer can look forward to a very different Tournament when the matches get underway with the opening match between hosts and group A seeds South Africa and opponents Mexico. The opening Soccer Match will take place on Friday 11th June 2010, when an expected 90,000 fans will gather to see the Hosts South Africa take on a much-fancied Mexico. fans will gather in the Johannesburg football stadium to see the Hosts South Africa take on a much-fancied Mexico. We can expect a very colourful and memorable tournament. With all the vibrant excitement brought by the south African fans and Mexican fans alike
Tickets for the WorldCup are bound to sell fast with a third of all World Cup 2010 Tickets going to the South African Football Federation for internal consumption and the rest spread around the host football federations of the other competing nations. To avoid disappointment it is advised to book early. This is going to be a fantastic world cup.