Posted by: Posterscope SA | June 29, 2009

Wake up and smell the World Cup!

World Cup Soccer 2010

World Cup Soccer 2010

We are looking forward to an incredible showcase of our African Soccer World Cup at the Final Draw for FIFA 2010, taking place in Cape Town.

The final draw for the groups of national teams competing in the 2010 Soccer World Cup will be known after the -more then likely nail biting- final draw event in Cape Town on December 4 2009.

Will there be a pool of death? Which countries will be cheering after the Final Draw, and which teams will our ‘Bafana Bafana’ be competing against, hosting the World Cup.

Come June 2010, an estimated 2.7 million spectators will watch the FIFA World Cup™’s 64 matches played around the country. And when the final is shown, a television audience of up to 28 billion people will have their eyes glued on South Africa.

2010 is an opportunity to speed up growth and development, to market this country and the continent to the world; and an opportunity to make your brand shout!

Although certain areas of commercial activity are limited to FIFA and its sponsors – and there will be strict restrictions on sales, marketing and advertising in designated areas such as stadiums – there will still be openings for local brands to make their mark.

Small, medium and micro enterprises will be able to take up business opportunities created in the ripples of the 2010 World Cup. The hundreds of thousands of visitors who will pour into the country during the event will boost opportunities in accommodation, health services, travel services, short-term insurance, event management, logistics, arts, crafts and entertainment – to name but a few.

Wake up now and smell the opportunities for the 2010 world cup, don’t let your brand be the one left in the dark. Get into the game by kicking off your brand involvement with the Final draw in December.

Contact Posterscope SA for opportunities and developments available for the 2010 World Cup.

Contact Lana vd Walt at or Stacey Rehbock at for more information.

Overview Host Cities 2010 Soccer World Cup South Africa
2010 Soccer World Cup Host Cities welcoming the fans in South Africa

The first overview of the 2010 Host Cities that will say “Hola” to the world’s football fans in 2010.

2010 Host City Johannesburg is the largest and most populated City in South Africa with over 3 million inhabitants. Situated in the Gauteng province it is the South African regions economic hub and is a centre of the gold and diamond trade.

2010 Host City Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape and with a population of over 3 million. Cape Town is South Africa’s third biggest city. A vibrant cosmopolitan metropolis it is known for its magnificent natural scenery and stunning beaches.

2010 Host City Durban is the second most populated city in South Africa with over 3 million inhabitants. It is the busiest port in Africa and has a flourishing tourism industry. It is a multi cultural metropolis; its residents are of Zulu or European descent though it has the largest Asian population in Africa.

2010 Host City Bloemfontein is the capital of the Free State Province which is situated in the heart of South Africa. Bloemfontein (translating as flower spring) is a small
Charming city with a population of under 400 000, and the judicial capital of South Africa.

2010 Host City Nelspruit is the home of the newly built Mombela Stadium, which will welcome over 40 000 fans to the 2010 World Cup. Fittingly Mbombela is the siSwati word for a lot of people together in a small place. Nelspruit is a modern city with a population of just over 200 000 residents and has a state of the art, recently completed international airport situated in the north east region of the country, next door to the world renowned Kruger National Park.

2010 Host City Pretoria (Tshwane) is the South African administrative capital and is situated in the northern part of Gauteng province. The well spaced out “city of Tshwane” it is home to a million inhabitants, and features many national, cultural and educational institutions. Most foreign embassies are situated here.

2010 Host City Rustenburg is a small welcoming town with a relaxed air about it. Official World Cup Stadium for Rustenburg is the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. Sun City is nearby and visitors can enjoy game viewing at the Pilanesberg National Park and Madikwe Game Reserves

2010 Host City Port Elizabeth (Nelson Mandela Bay) is a major seaport and commercial city with a village atmosphere. With over 1 million inhabitants it’s situated on the east coast of South Africa. With its golden beaches, warm Indian Ocean and fantastic climate it is also a popular holiday destination.

2010 Host City Polokwane is the capital of Limpopo South Africa’s northernmost province. Limpopo shares borders with Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. An area of natural beauty with awe inspiring hikes and great game viewing opportunities. Polokwane is a bustling commercial capital of just over half a million inhabitants.




  1. Great thing this next World Cup!
    I am looking forward to watching it on site in South Africa, but I guess it’s true what they say: gangs of thieves will be on the lookout for tourists.
    I think South Africa’s team will be the big winner of this edition of the World Cup. They’ll get the chance to go further than ever!

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