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Time Table/Schedule FIFA world cup 2010 (Indian Standard Time)

Below, people can find complete time table and schedule of men’s FIFA world cup 2010. FIFA world cup 2010 is starting from 11 June, 2010 onwards. There are total 32 football teams playing these tournaments. These teams are divided in to eight groups with four teams in each. There will be six matches in each group and total of 48 matches in league games. Top two teams from each group will qualify for Round of 16 group, then eight teams will qualify for quarter final and four teams for semi finals. Final two teams winning each semi final will play Final game of tournament on 12 July, 2010 at Johannesburg, South Africa, with this tournament will end. Billions of people across the world will follow these games step by step. With the help of time table and schedule available below, people can find complete information various matches, their time of start, venue of matches etc. Also visit- Important Live Links India Vs England (Ind Vs England)

Group A

1) South Africa (SA)
2) Uruguay
3) France
4) Mexico

Group B

1) Argentina (Azg.)
2) Korea Republic (K.R.)
3) Greece
4) Nigeria

Group C

1) England (Eng.)
2) Algeria
3) Slovenia
4) USA

Group D

1) Germany
2) Serbia
3) Ghana
4) Australia

Group E

1) Netherlands
2) Japan
3) Cameroon
4) Japan

Group F

1) Italy
2) New Zealand (N.Z.)
3) Slovakia
4) Paraguay

Group G

1) Côte d'Ivoire
2) Brazil
3) Portugal
4) Korea DPR

Group H

1) Honduras
2) Spain
3) Switzerland
4) Chile


Stage 1
Group A Matches

Date Time Venue Teams
11/6 19:30 Johannesburg S.A. Vs Mexico
12/6 00:00 Cape Town Uruguay Vs France
17/6 00:00 Tshwane/ S.A Vs Uruguay
Pretoria
18/6 00:00 Polokwane France Vs Mexico
22/6 19:30 Rustenburg Mexico Vs Uruguay
22/6 19:30 Mangaung/ France Vs S.A.
Bloemfontein

Group B Matches
Date Time Venue Teams

12/6 19:30 Johannesburg Arg. Vs Nigeria
12/6 17:00 Port Elizabeth K.R. Vs Greece
17/6 19:30 Mangaung/ Greece Vs Nigeria
Bloemfontein
17/6 17:00 Johannesburg Argentina Vs K.R.
23/6 00:00 Durban Nigeria Vs K.R.
23/6 00:00 Polokwane Greece vs Argentina

Group C Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

13/6 00:00 Rustenburgg Eng. Vs USA
13/6 17:00 Polokwane Algeria Vs Slovenia
18/6 19:30 Johannesburg Slovenia Vs USA
19/6 00:00 Cape Town Eng. Vs Algeria
23/6 19:30 Port Elizabeth Slovenia Vs Eng.
23/6 19:30 Tshwane/ USA Vs Algeria
Pretoria

Group D Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

13/6 19:30 Tshwane/ Serbia Vs Ghana
Pretoria
14/6 00:00 Durban German Vs Australia
18/6 17:00 Port Elizabeth Germany Vs Serbia
19/6 19:30 Rustenburg Ghana Vs Australia
24/6 00:00 Johannesburg Ghana Vs Germany
24/6 00:00 Nelspruit Australia Vs Serbia

Group E Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

14/6 17:00 Johannesburg Netherlands Vs Denmark
14/6 19:30 Mangaung/ Japan Vs Cameroon
Bloemfontein
19/6 17:00 Durban Netherlands Vs Japan
20/6 00:00 Tshwane/ Cameroon Vs Denmark
Pretoria
25/6 00:00 Rustenburg Denmark Vs Japan
25/6 00:00 Cape Town Cameroon Vs Netherlands

Group F Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

15/6 00:00 Cape Town Italy Vs Paraguay
15/6 17:00 Rustenburg N. Z. Vs Slovakia

20/6 17:00 Mangaung/ Slovakia Vs Paraguay
Bloemfontein
20/6 19:30 Nelspruit Italy Vs N.Z.

24/6 19:30 Johannesburg Slovakia Vs Italy
24/6 19:30 Polokwane Paraguay Vs N.Z.

Group G Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

15/6 19:30 Port Elizabeth Côte d'Ivoire Vs Protugal
16/6 00:00 Johannesburg Brazil Vs Korea DPR

21/6 00:00 Johannesburg Brazil Vs Côte d'Ivoire

21/6 17:00 Cape Town Portugal Vs Korea DPR

25/6 19:30 Durban Portugal Vs Brazil
25/6 19:30 Nelspruit Korea DPR Vs Côte d'Ivoire


Group H Matches

Date Time Venue Teams

16/6 17:00 Nelspruit Honduras Vs Chile
16/6 19:30 Durban Spain Vs Switzerland

21/6 19:30 Port Elizabeth Chile Vs Switzerland

22/6 00:00 Johannesburg Spain Vs Hunduras

26/6 00:00 Tshwane/ Chile Vs Spain
Pretoria
26/6 00:00 Mangaung/ Switzerland Vs Honduras
Bloemfontein

Stage 2

Round of 16

Date Time Venue Teams

26/6 19:30 Port Elizabeth 1 A Vs 2 B
27/6 00:00 Rustenburg 1 C Vs 2 D
27/6 19:30 Mangaung/ 1 D Vs 2 C
Bloemfontein
28/6 00:00 Johannesburg 1 B Vs 2 A
28/6 19:30 Durban 1 E Vs 2 F
29/6 00:00 Johannesburg 1 G Vs 2 H
29/6 19:30 Tshwane/ 1 F Vs 2 E
Pretoria
30/6 00:00 Cape Town 1 H Vs 2 G


Quarter Final

Date Time Venue Teams
2/7 19:30 Port Elizabeth
3/7 00:00 Johannesburg
3/7 19:30 Cape Town
4/7 00:00 Johannesburg

Semi Finals

Date Time Venue Teams

7/7 00:00 Cape Town
8/7 00:00 Durban

Match for third Place

Date Time Venue Teams
11/7 19:30 Port Elizabeth

Final


Date Time Venue Teams
12/7 00:00 Johannesburg

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