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World Cup General Information and Car Hire By John Joe

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

If you are in the process or still to make your way over to South Africa for the World Cup. You can still collect your car rental from most of the airports within South Africa.
The main airports which is closest to the venues within South Africa are Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.
You can drive your car hire from the South African Airports to the various venues which are hosting the event. 
The major car hire firms located at the city and airport branches are Alamo, Thrifty, Europcar, Sixt, Hertz, National and lots more.
Over the past couple of years each country has entered their team into the competition in the hope of getting through to the last thirty two teams.
Once through to the last thirty two teams. Each country's name is picked out of a hat so to speak. Then placed into eight groups of four teams.
The football teams are presently playing in the knock out rounds located at various venues through the country.
After each country has played against each other. The top two countries out of each group go through to the last sixteen.
So they keep playing against each other until two teams remain and they are both in the final.
The winner of the World Cup is the team which scores the most goals in the final game.
South Africa has various stadiums doted all over this beautiful country.
Cape Town with the specular Table Top Mountain is host to the Green Point Stadium. This where one of the semi final rounds of the cup will be held. Just a recent and vary artistic type of stadium will be frequently used again to host large concerts and any big event.
Durban Stadium has an eye catching design with a white arch way which has taken its overall design from the national flag. This stadium will host the other semi final and can hold nearly sixty three thousand people. This unique venue also boasts a cable car.
Johannesburg is host to the final of the tournament with the game being played at the Soccer City Stadium. A calabash was the inspiration behind the design of the stadium. Beautifully lit up in the evenings in the shape of an circular pot.
Ellis Park Stadium is the other venue to host the cup in the Johannesburg. 
Recently revamped with a new group number of up to sixty two thousand people.
Named after its famous president. The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will play host to the third place contender of the cup. This is a fantastic stadium with wonderful views overlooking the North End Lake. The stadium has at present grass as the surface with arstro turf to be added later.
There are other venues which are hosting the football games and they are Pretoria, Rustenburg, Polokwane, Nelspruit and Mangaung.
Enjoy yourself in this wonderful country.
The World Cup is everyone's favourite football tournament. As the prestige holders of the cup are revered the world over. John Joe has written this article on behalf of Car Hire UK at They can offer car rental at world wide locations including South Africa.
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