Netherlands Vs Brazil – 2 Jul 10:00AM US/Eastern (South Africa: 2 Jul 4:00pm, India: 2 Jul 7:30pm) – Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth
Uruguay Vs Ghana – 2 Jul 02:30PM US/Eastern (South Africa: 2 Jul 8:30pm, India: 3 Jul 12:00am) – Johannesburg
Argentina Vs Germany – 2 Jul 10:00AM US/Eastern (South Africa: 2 Jul 4:00pm, India: 3 Jul 7:30pm) – Cape Town
Paraguay Vs Spain – 2 Jul 02:30PM US/Eastern (South Africa: 2 Jul 8:30pm, India: 4 Jul 12:00am) – Johannesburg
Quarter-Final Venue Facts
The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is on the shores of the North End Lake and this stadium is the first stadium in the city or surrounding areas that is dedicated to football. It is one of the newly-built stadiums for FIFA World Cup 2010. It has a capacity of 42,486 people.
Ellis Park Stadium is in Johannesburg and located centrally. The stadium has hosted many epic sporting events. The FIFA Confederations Cup of 2009 between Brazil and United States was held here. It has a capacity of 55,686 people.
Soccer City Stadium is one of the most artistic and awe-inspiring football venues in the continent. It is the newly-reconstructed stadium and it will host the final match of FIFA World Cup 2010. The first match of this tornament was also held here. The stadium has a capacity of 88,460 people.
Green Point Stadium is one of the most artistic football venues in South Africa. It is situated in one of the much sought-after areas in Cape Town. One of the Semi-Finals match will also be played in this stadium apart from Argentina vs Germany quarter-final match. The stadium has a capacity of 64,100 people.
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