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Welcome to the 2010 FIFA World Cup site. These pages serve as a historical record of the period ending 12 July 2010, when Cape Town, along with eight other South African cities, hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The information was correct at the time of publishing, and should not be regarded as current.
The Final Whistle: Friday 16 July 2010
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24 June (20:30) - Cameroon vs Netherlands
29 June (20:30) - Round of 16
3 July (16:00) - Quarter-final
6 July (20:30) - Semi-final





    
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