Further to my article on getting connected with a cell phone for the 2010 World Cup Football tournament in South Africa, here’s an awesome guide to travellers coming to South Africa for the tournament. The Soccer extravaganza takes place in South Africa between June 11 and July 11.
Download the free 2010 Guide from e-gnu.com Greenlife Africa Safaris [1.5MB]: 78 pages packed with travel and safety advice, city guides, visas and consular details, plus info on teams.
If you’re a fan, then you can see info on each of these major teams: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, and USA. Click to see where each team is based while in South Africa, where they will be playing, a photo of the team, and a bit about their history.
Here’s a map with each of the 10 stadiums in South Africa: http://www.e-gnu.com/images/south-africa-stadium-map.jpg
Here’s a list of the soccer games and stadium capacity: World Cup 2010 Match Schedules
According to the Castrol Predictor the team with the highest chance of winning the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Final is Brazil (23.6%) followed by Spain (16.1%), England (10.4%), Netherlands (10.1%), Argentina (7.5%), Germany (5.8%), Italy (3.6%), Uruguay (2.7%), France (2.6%) and USA (2.4%).
Book your trip now: http://www.e-gnu.com/2010advice.html
By the way: have you heard that non-South African residents will not be able to purchase local (South African) SIM cards for their cell phones due to the RICA legislation? Surely, this will be changed?