Fifa World cup 2010 Tickets Collection Tranport and stadium layout

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10/05/2010

FIFA 2010 Soccercity transport options rea vaya, metrorail, park and ride, park and walk- Buy transport tickets

6/05/2010

As far as I know only City of Johannesburg is charging park and ride, park and walk fees to the stadiums – soccer city and ellis park. It seems the other stadiums are free. If you have to buy park and ride tickets for other stadiums please let us know. so we can update the site.

Stadium info, seat maps and park and ride info – click on links below

City to City Transport during world cup from COJ transport facebook page

Intercity – Interstadium

In Between Cities Outside Gauteng

Tuesday at 10:26

Cities connecting to Johannesburg

Polokwane – Westgate Transport Hub

Nelspruit – Westgate Transport Hub

Rustenburg – Westgate Transport Hub

Bloemfontein – Westgate Transport Hub

Cost on non-Match Days

Polokwane – R180 per way

Nelspruit – R220 per way

Rustenburg – R120 per way

Bloemfontein – R210 per way

Cost on Match Days

Polokwane – R200 per way

Nelspruit – R220 per way

Rustenburg – R120 per way

Bloemfontein – R260 per way

COASTAL MATCH DAY AND NON MATCH DAY SERVICE TO/FROM STADIUMS (Cape Town, Durban, East London, Knysna, Mossell Bay, Pietermaritzburg, Richard`s Bay and Wild Coast)
11 June – 10 July

For Tickets and other cities can be bought at www.strictlytickets.com

These buses will be transport fans in both direction.

Look at the 2010 Transport Passenger Service for more information onwww.2010pts.co.za

15/04/20

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OihOsqV7PKA

Final / Last Minute sales phase: 15 April 2010 to 11 July 2010

Ticket applications will be processed on a first come first served basis, however Ticket transactions will be conducted immediately at the point of sale.

Eleven ticketing centres in all host cities will open at 9am until 6pm, seven days a week. Fans applying at the ticketing centres will be required to display their Identity Documents and pay by credit card or cash.

Approximately 600 First National Bank branches nationwide will open five days a week from 9am. However, the actual tickets would need to be collected at the FIFA Ticketing Centres or at Shoprite/ Checkers sales points.

Eighteen Shoprite/Checkers sales points will open seven days a week from 9am on April 19.

Tickets can also be purchased through FIFA’s official website, FIFA.com, from 6pm as well as through the Call Centre Hotline on 083 123 2010 for South African residents or 0041445832010 for international residents.

FIFA 2010 ticket collection points

TICKET COLLECTION

There will be a FIFA Ticketing Centre in each of the 9 host cities for Supporters to approach. These will be operational from mid-April onwards, and will be open from 9am – 6pm, 7 days a week with extended hours the day prior to the match in the relevant host cities.

JOHANNESBURG – Laico Isle, Sandton
Corner of Rivonia Road and Linden Street, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng

JOHANNESBURG – Maponya Mall
Old Potchefstroom Road, Soweto

BLOEMFONTEIN – Lochlogan Waterfront Mall
Corner Charles Street and 1st Avenue, Manguang/Bloemfontein, Free State

RUSTENBURG – Waterfall Mall
1 Augrabies Avenue, Rustenburg, North West Province

PRETORIA – Brooklyn Mall
Corner Lange and Fehrsen Street, New Muckleneuk, Tshwane/Pretoria, Gauteng

NELSPRUIT – The Grove Shopping Centre
White River Road, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga

POLOKWANE – Lifestyle Shopping Centre
Corner Landros Mare and Market Streets, Polokwane, Limpopo

DURBAN – Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World
Suncoast Boulevard, OR Tambo Parade, Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal

DURBAN – Gateway Theatre of Shopping
1 Palm Boulevard, Umhlanga Ridge, Kwa-Zulu Natal

PORT ELIZABETH – Moffett on Main Shopping Centre
Corner Main Road & William Moffett Road, Walmer, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape

CAPE TOWN – The Spearhead
42 Hans Strijdom Avenue, Foreshore, Cape Town, Western Cape

Ticket Terminals will also be available in OR Tambo Airport (Johannesburg), Cape Town Airport (Cape Town), and King Shaka Airport (Durban), allowing Supporters to collect their Tickets upon immediate arrival into the country.

How to collect your tickets

  • Simply visit one of the ticketing centres countrywide where you will find an upright ’Ticket Collection Point’ machine as pictured alongside.

  • Swipe your credit card or bank Zakumi card that was used to process payment for your tickets, and they will be issued directly from the ’Ticket Collection Point’ machine.
  • If you have purchased your tickets over the counter – then all you have to do is swipe your receipt and the tickets will be issued.When can you buy tickets?The final phase of ticket sales starts on April 15 at 9am at ticketing centres situated in host cities countrywide.FYI – 2,2 million tickets have been sold so far in the first four sales phases.What do I need to take with me when purchasing tickets?Fans will need to take their Identity Document, a credit card or cash to the ticket centres.Where can you buy tickets?Click here to view venues for ticket purchases countrywideQueries:Should you experience difficulties then you can call the hotline on 083 123 2010 – it will be operating 7 days a week, between 8am-10pm.For those of you who have been dying to see what the FIFA 2010 World Cup entrance tickets are going to look like – then look closely below…


  • 19/02/2010

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFv-1t6HUQs

    Official Video and Song of FIFA World Cup in South Africa 2010

    The next phase for the fifa tickets ends on 7 April 2010 first come first service at 12h00.

    Download FIFA 2010 Final draw results match schedule

    WorldCup 2010 Seating Plan

    South Africa World Cup 2010 Venues Seating Plan
    Seats in Category 1 (Alongside Pitch)

    Seats in Category 2 (Corners)

    Seats in Category 3 (Behind Goals)

    Seats in Category 4 (Behind Goals)

    Hospitality packages

    The hospitality packages are now available for corporates. Starting price $550. Looks like finals, semi finals etc are available but like $8000 and $16000

    More info visit this  FIFA.com Hospitality package link

    Advertise your FIFA 2010 Accomodation  in the classified section

    BELOW WAS TRANSPORT AND STADIUM FOR CONFED CUP 2009 BUT SHOULD BE SIMILAR will be updated soon with latest in transport. More FIFA 2010 world cup info visit https://www.nanima.co.za/?p=1170

    25/06/2009

    Hi Guys

    Park and ride transport Operations at Nasrec and Southgate will be combined  for the Semi –final match between Bafana Bafana and Brazil  tonight .  All buses will be operating out of Nasrec, and there will be NO operations running from Southgate. Sufficient buses  will operate from Nasrec to Ellis Park  in order to transport fans to the game.

    The City asks that all fans please be patient with the boarding of the Park and Rides and  to try to come early to the game.

    The City also encourages the use of Metrorail and PRASA to access Ellis Park   in order  to get to the game.

    Thanx

    iTransie

    23/06/2009

    The Loftus match was much better because we parked close by, walked in and out of the match. The police presence was very visible there as well. They must be use to having having such crowd as it is the Blue Bull capital.

    If you looking for information regarding the gauride – GAURIDE FACT SHEET

    or call 0861 743 742

    Alternative to the Park and ride

    Integrated Public Transport Hubs in Gauteng

    Provincial Transport Hubs – FCC2009

    1. Pretoria Showgrounds

    Dates and Times of Operations :

    14 June to Ellis Park 11h00 – 20h00

    18 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    20 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    25 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    28 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance Church Street

    2. Dries Niemandt (Ekurhuleni)

    Dates and Times of Operations

    14 June to Ellis Park 12h00 – 20h00

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 11h00 – 20h00

    18 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    20 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    25 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    28 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance – Off Green Avenue

    3. OR Tambo IA

    Dates and Times of Operations

    14 June to Ellis Park 10h00 – 01h00

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 10h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 10h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Ellis Park 10h00 – 01h00

    20 June to Ellis Park 10h00 – 01h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 10h00 – 01h00

    25 June to Ellis Park 10h00 – 01h00

    28 June to Ellis Park 10h00- 01h00

    Service Airline Passengers Only

    4. George Thabe Sports Complex (Sedibeng)

    Dates and Times of Operations

    14 June to Ellis Park 11h00 – 20h00

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 11h00 – 20h00

    18 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    20 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    25 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    28 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance Mareka Street

    5. Southgate Mall ( Soweto & surrounding areas)

    Dates and Times of Operations

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 11h00 – 20h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance Rifle Range Road

    6. Coca -Cola Dome (Northgate)

    Dates and Times of Operations

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 11h00 – 20h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance Olievenhout Ave off Northumberland

    7 Coronation Park

    Dates and Times of Operations

    14 June to Ellis Park 11h00 – 20h00

    15 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    18 June to Loftus Versfeldt 11h00 – 20h00

    18 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    20 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    21 June to Loftus Versfeldt 15h00 – 01h00

    25 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    28 June to Ellis Park 15h00 – 01h00

    Entrance Kobie Krige Street

    Drop off Points

    1. For all Games at Loftus Versfeldt – LC De Villiers Entrance South Street

    2. For all Games at Coca Cola (Ellis) Park – Frere and Kimberley Streets

    19/06/2009

    Hi

    I found that there was vast improvement in the Wits park and ride but still there was problem at the pick up point there is still some issues.

    I think the crowd needs to be more disciplined and patient to stand in queues. There needs to be more police visibility and officials at the pick up points to co ordinate the crowd to get into the transport.  It is a great challenge to get 52000 people back at once. We all need to learn to work together to make this successful.

    17/06/2009

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    response from the  Joburg transport department

    Thank you also for using the Park and Rides and we guarantee you a better service next time. We have also deliberated as the Dept on sunday and we going to be putting in place the following measures:

    1. Park and Rides will now be for free, cash collection created queues.
    2. Wits had 3000 cars and over 12 000 fans using it and we have asked Wits to kindly open gates 9,10 and 6 for the remaining games.
    3. More deployment of SAPS, JMPD, security and Riot Police to assist with queues.4
    4. We are busy printing brochures to be collected at each Park and Ride facility to assist with wayfinding after the game.
    5. Sigange at the pick -up points will be improved.

    6. Pick up points are as follows: Wits- Cnr Voorhout and 8th Street, Dome is Voorhout and Princess, Nasrec- Voorhout and 8th and Bez Valley is Liddle street.

    From our side we appeal to the public to be patient with the queues, we transport fans over a 4 hr period to the stadium and fans expect to be out of there within an hour, We are doing our best to clear as soon as possible.

    Many thanks once more for your support.

    Director: Management Support
    Transportation Department
    City Of Johannesburg
    www.joburg.org.za

    15/06/2009

    I found out the pick up zone street addresses for the park and ride returnoig from the stadium from Ellis park back to your park and ride.

    From Wits, Nasrec and the Dome its at Voorhout Street at Ellis Park
    From Bez Valley its Liddle Street.

    The confed cup opening ceremony was brilliant. The atmosphere was electric. The multicultural fans all cheering was brilliant.

    The park and ride seems to be fine tuned and the officials and traffic police need to be informed regarding the different park and ride information.

    I am looking for the street addresses of where the different park and rides for ellis park is. Where does one get picked up to go back to where you came from. We were dropped somewhere and when we returned there, the park and ride was for another place and not the one we came from.  We saw a picture at the stadium with that information after we walked the whole stadium. Does anyone have this picture.

    It looks like taking the train might be a quicker way.

    Here is the metro rail link and timetable for the confed cup for Loftus and Ellispark

    http://www.sarcc.co.za/FIFAConfederationsCup.aspx

    12/06/2009

    You can apply for tickets online on FIFA.COM or at your nearest FNB branch or at the following ticket centres. Please note if you buy them online or at FNB you will still have to go to your nearest ticketing centre to collect them.

    It looks like mainly category 1 tickets for most matches are available at R700. Yah you snooze you loose ne’.. these tickets were out in November 2008.

    You can’t buy tickets for the following matches as they are not available – looks like opening ceremony will be joining this list soon.

    Match 2 – NZL v ESP

    Match 11 – ITA v BRA

    Match 16 – Final Winner 13 v Winner 14

    Looks like Bloemfontein still has most of their tickets still available for all categories. Rustenburg, Johannesburg and Loftus mainly have only category 1 left.

    Ticketing Centres

    There are 4 main ticketing centres opening around the country.

    • Main Ticketing Centre – Sandton Isle, Corner of Rivonia Road and Linden Street, Sandown/Johannesburg.
    • Mangaung/Bloemfontein Ticketing Centre – Lochlogan Waterfront Mall, Corner of Charles Street and 1st Avenue
    • Rustenburg Ticketing Centre – Waterfront Mall, 1 Augrabie Avenue
    • Tshwane/Pretoria Ticketing Centre – Brooklyn Mall, Corner of Middel and Fehrsen Street, New Muckleneuk

    FNB Collection Points

    You will also be able to collect your confederation cup tickets from the following 4 FNB branches:

    • Eastgate Shopping Centre
    • Mopanya Mall
    • Sunny Park
    • Hatfield

    These collection points will be operational during normal FNB trading hours

    Host City transport

    Gauteng (Johannesburg and Tshwane) – click here

    Ellis Park – Click here
    Bloemfontein /Mangaung – click here
    Pretoria / Tshwane  Loftus – click here

    Source: TravelwitinSouthafrica

    ost City & Stadium Park & Ride Park & Walk Match Dates
    Tshwane/Pretoria

    Loftus Versfeld Stadium

    LC de Villiers: North and East Pavilion Pretoria Technical High School 15, 18, 21 June 2009
    Pretoria Sports Union grounds: Southern Pavilion
    Johannesburg

    Coca-Cola/Ellis Park Stadium

    Coca-Cola Dome Northgate Mall: Johannesburg North None 14,18,20,25,28 June 2009
    Wits West Campus: North-West Johannesburg CBD, Braamfontein
    Bezuidenhout Valley Park: Johannesburg East, Observatory
    Nasrec Expo entrance 4 and 5: Johannesburg South, Aeroton
    Rustenburg

    Royal Bafokeng Stadium

    Western By-Pass None 17, 21, 28 June 2009
    R104
    Olympia Sports Stadium
    Phokeng Northern
    Phokeng Eastern
    Phokeng Western
    Mangaung/Bloemfontein

    Free State Stadium

    Bloemfontein Show Grounds/Builders Warehouse Parking in Curie Avenue Grey College and Eunice School in Jock Meiring Street
    Baptist Church off Nelson Mandela Drive Fontein Street Parking garage in the CBD 15, 17, 20, 24 June 2009
    Harris Street and St. Andrew Street

    Park and ride  and seating plan for  confed cup stadiums

    Loftus Versveld Stadium Park and ride and stadium layout and seating plan

    1.    North and east pavilion: LC de Villiers

    2.    Southern pavilion: Pretoria Sports Union

    3.    West pavilion: park and walk at Pretoria Technical High (own vehicles and taxis) Information:

    Loftus Versfeld Map

    –    Free State Stadium Vodacom Park and ride and seating plan/Stadium layout

    1.    Bloemfontein showgrounds / Builders Warehouse parking areas in Curie Avenue

    2.    Baptist Church off Nelson Mandela Drive extension west of the N1 freeway.

    3.    Drop-off and pick-up at the stadium on Harris Street and St. Andrew Street

    Royal Bafokeng Stadium Park Ride and Stadium layout and seating 1.    Waterval east showgrounds

    2.    Kloof resort

    Bafokeng Sports Stadium Seating

    Ellis Park Seating park and ride

    For those who are coming to any of the Confederation Cup matches over the next few weeks, and are unsure of your seating in the stadium, please have a look at the below map. The map should assist with any queries and allow you to familiarize yourself with the stadium before arriving. Should you need any information before the games, please call 011 402 8644, and on match days the security at all the gates will be able to assist. To make getting to matches at Ellis Park Stadium as hassle-free as possible, the City has set park and ride facilities for big games, which have been hailed as a big success.

    iTransie to Ellispark Source: joburg.org.za

    FREE RIDE WITH PARKING FEE FOR iTRANSIE ELLIS PARK :

    More than 3 000 minibus taxis and 450 buses, branded with a GauRide logo, will be made available to transport soccer fans to stadia across Gauteng during the FIFA Confederations Cup.

    The GauRide vehicles, which will be complemented by the recently launched iTransie 2 Ellispark! Service, will also ensure that all spectators can travel safely to the Confederations Cup games. Both iTransie 2 Ellis Park! and GauRide are run in partnership with the taxi industry

    Parking fee’s for the use of the Park and Rides are the following;

    1.Private cars will be charged R30.00

    2.Minibus Taxi’s will be charged R60.00

    3.Buses will be charged R200.00

    GOAL DESTINATION: ELLIS PARK STADIUM

    Ellis Park Stadium is located in South Park Road in Doornfontein, Johannesburg. To get to the stadium, you should use the Park & Ride Service provided. Busses and safe mini bus taxis will bring you from the Park and Rides to the Stadium.

    iTransie Park and Rides locations:

    Coca Cola Dome is located on the intersection of Olievenhout Avenue and Northumberland Avenue. GIS Co-ordinates: 26’3’46.81”S 27’56’33.16”E

    Wits West Campus is located on Enoch Sontonga Avenue in the suburb of Braamfontein, which is northwest of the Johannesburg CBD. Wits west campus is located approximately 8km from Ellis Park. GIS Co-ordinates: 26’11’25.58”S 28’1’38.24”E

    Bezuidenhout Valley Park is located on Marcia Street in the suburb of Observatory, which is east of the Johannesburg CBD. Bezuidenhout Valley Park is located approximately 3km from Coca Cola Park. GIS Co-ordinates: 26’10`55.74”S 28’05’37.43”E

    Nasrec Expo Centre outside gates 5 and 6 at the corner Nasrec Road and Randshow Road- parking is outside gate 5 & 6. Nasrec Expo Centre is located approximately 8km from Ellis Park. GIS Co-ordinates: 26’14`43.55”S 27’58’44.56”E

    HOW iTRANSIE SHUTTLE SERVICE WORKS: Bus and taxi shuttles will be provided by the City of Joburg Bus and taxi shuttles will operate four hours before and after the game. Bus shuttles will be leave from Park and Rides every 15minutes to Ellis Park Stadium. They will leave as soon as the game finishes and we promise to move the majority of spectators within an hour of the match finishing. The COJ will not close a Park and Ride until every car has been collected.

    HOW TO USE iTRANSIE PARK AND RIDES!

    1.Use the Park and Ride symbol to find the location of the relevant park and rides ( go to images to check the symbols)

    2.Pay for your vehicle at the entrance to the park and ride – Have the correct amount available!

    3.NOTE your park and ride COLOUR, this is indicated by the entrance banner , the volunteers sashes and the color of the sticker on the park and ride vehicles

    4.The colour of your park and ride will tell you which bus/taxi to use in order to return to the Park and Ride you came from

    USE THESE 10 EASY iTRANSIE STEPS!

    1.Drive to your closest Park and Ride looking out for the park and ride symbols to guide you to the entrance

    2.Make sure that you have the correct money e.g. R30.00 rand to pay for a private car

    3.Look for the colour of the banner – for example if at Wits Park and Ride it’s YELLOW!

    4.With the help of parking attendants park your car and walk to the designated loading area

    5.Wait 15 min before you get on a bus or taxi with a YELLOW sticker on the side which says “ Wits Park and Ride”

    6.Ride to the stadium. Note the drop off point. It will be the same pick up point after the game.

    7.Watch your favorite team go for glory!

    8.Leave the stadium and look for the correct colour sticker on the bus or taxi’s! For example if you came on the yellow sticker buses/taxis that says “ Wits Park and Ride” you must get back on another bus/taxi that has a yellow sticker saying “ Wits Park and Ride”

    9.Make sure you choose the right colour bus/taxi to get back on!

    10. Return to Wits Park and Ride

    iTRANSIE OPERATING TIMES:

    Gates at the Park and Ride facilities will open 4 hours before kick-off time and shuttle services will operate for two hours after the game

    STAY SAFE WITH iTRANSIE! SECURITY SERVICE:

    •There will be security guards in all Park and Ride facilities at all times. •These guards will be there until the park and ride is cleared after the game

    iTransie security

    There will be security guards at all park and ride facilities at all times. They will only leave once the park and ride is empty.

    Prohibited items No alcohol is allowed at park and rides. No sharp objects which could be used as a weapon, such as umbrellas, sticks. No braaing is allowed at park and rides.

    Road closures Roads will be closed around the stadium on match days. There are two types of road closures – traffic warning zone and traffic free zone. Any vehicle entering this zone will need to have a VAPP. This rule will be applied to residents, business owners and match officials and stadium guests.

    Road diversions (click on image for larger map)

    Road diversions (click on image for larger map)

    Road diversions will be in place along:

    • Abel Road;
    • Twist Street;
    • Commissioner Street;
    • Jules Street; and
    • John Page Drive.

    Traffic warning zone The following roads will form part of the traffic warning zone perimeter and will be closed to vehicles without a yellow VAPP.

    • Abel Road;
    • South Street;
    • Charlton Terrace;
    • Traffic warning zone (click on image for larger map)

      Traffic warning zone (click on image for larger map)
    • Terrace Road;
    • Fuller Street;
    • Kimberley Road;
    • Voorhout Street;
    • Lower Railway Road;
    • Error Street;
    • Siemert Road;
    • Railway Line;
    • Nugget Street;
    • Wolmarans Street;
    • Saratoga Avenue; and
    • Joe Slovo Drive.

    Traffic free zone The following roads will form part of the traffic free zone perimeter and will be closed to vehicles without a specific VAPP.

    Traffic free zone (click on image for larger map)

    Traffic free zone (click on image for larger map)
    • South Street;
    • Joe Slovo Drive;
    • Charlton Terrace;
    • Bertrams Road;
    • Voorhout Street;
    • Miller Street;
    • Lower Railway Road; and
    • Siemert Road.

    iTransie signs

    A sign to access the areas around the stadium

    The Johannesburg Roads Agency has been hard at work putting up signs at strategic locations and intersections around the city and on the freeways. There are different types of signs, some on the freeway and others in suburban areas. These signs will assist fans in finding their way in and out of the city; some are within the city and will direct spectators to the stadium and park and ride facilities; and some are general way signs within the park and ride facilities and stadium precinct. The park and ride facilities selected are pre-existing and have been tested in the past two years for their suitability. Full stadium capacity volumes are expected, particularly for the closing and opening matches, and the City is well prepared.

    A temporary directional sign to a park and ride facility

    Public transport

    Shine201o.co.za Each host city operates a minimum of:

    1.    A public shuttle from the airport to stadium precinct

    2.    Park & Ride services from a select number of collector points via shuttles to the stadium on match days as well as to fan parks, city centres and other key attractions throughout the event.

    Regular public transport services The special services are well planned to attract a large proportion of visitors and spectators so as to relieve traffic pressure on the stadium access routes and stadium precincts. Metered taxi services at airports, city centres and close to stadiums are to also be utilised, offering independent options for small groups and individuals.

    Stadium access Approaching the stadium via public transport shuttles and by pedestrian access is highly promoted whilst private vehicles are to be heavily restricted. Each host city has a clear stadium approach plan with a wide, vehicle free, pedestrian only zone with the closest private vehicle parking areas being located at least 2-3 km from the stadium.

    VictoriaFalls Packages

    10/06/2009

    I THESE PACKAGES AT THE BOTTOM ARE SOLD OUT ESPECIALLY BRAZIL VS ITALY IN LOFTUS Hi all great news for those looking for tickets I managed to find 3 Ellis park packages for sale at R560.  Must be able to collect from Sandton.  Cash on delivery or direct transfer.Must buy the whole package. the package includes the opening ceremony – South Africa vs Iraq group matches Italy vs Egypt iraq vs new zealand Semi final Final 12/05/2009

    Ticketing Centres

    There are 4 main ticketing centres opening around the country.

    • Main Ticketing Centre – Sandton Isle, Corner of Rivonia Road and Linden Street, Sandown/Johannesburg.
    • Mangaung/Bloemfontein Ticketing Centre – Lochlogan Waterfront Mall, Corner of Charles Street and 1st Avenue
    • Rustenburg Ticketing Centre – Waterfront Mall, 1 Augrabie Avenue
    • Tshwane/Pretoria Ticketing Centre – Brooklyn Mall, Corner of Middel and Fehrsen Street, New Muckleneuk
    The main ticketing center in Sandton will open this Friday the 1st of May 2009 and the rest of the ticketing centre will open on Monday the 4th of May 2009. All ticket centres will be open 7 days a week from 9am – 6pm.

    FNB Collection Points

    You will also be able to collect your confederation cup tickets from the following 4 FNB branches:

    • Eastgate Shopping Centre
    • Mopanya Mall
    • Sunny Park
    • Hatfield

    These collection points will be operational during normal FNB trading hou

    23/11/2008 The FIFA confederations cup draw happened this weekend. Bafana Bafana have an interesting group with New Zealand and Iraq. Let’s hope they can go further and grow from strength to strength. FIFA started selling tickets today the 23 November 2008. The cheapest tickets start from R70 to most expensive to R700. Tickets are not sold to you directly. Everyone has to apply for tickets and once FIFA confirms your application you pay for it. Tickets are sold on a first come first service basis. You can apply for tickets online on FIFA.COM or at your nearest FNB branch. The hottest match that I spotted was e ITALY vs BRAZIL in LOFTUS in Pretoria.

    FIFA Brazil vs Italy 1982

    FIFA Brazil vs Italy 1982

    We drove past the New Orlando stadium and soccer city today. New Orlando looks so smart. Soccer city is in the process of being developed. Looks very smart so far. EISH!!! Matches

    Match Date – Time Venue Teams
    1 14.06 16:00 Johannesburg South Africa Iraq
    2 14.06 20:30 Rustenburg New Zealand Spain
    3 15.06 16:00 Mangaung/Bloemfontein Brazil Egypt
    4 15.06 20:30 Tshwane/Pretoria USA Italy
    5 17.06 16:00 Mangaung/Bloemfontein Spain Iraq
    6 17.06 20:30 Rustenburg South Africa New Zealand
    7 18.06 16:00 Tshwane/Pretoria USA Brazil
    8 18.06 20:30 Johannesburg Egypt Italy
    9 20.06 20:30 Johannesburg Iraq New Zealand
    10 20.06 20:30 Mangaung/Bloemfontein Spain South Africa
    11 21.06 20:30 Tshwane/Pretoria Italy Brazil
    12 21.06 20:30 Rustenburg Egypt USA
    13 24.06 20:30 Mangaung/Bloemfontein 1A 2B
    14 25.06 20:30 Johannesburg 1B 2A
    15 28.06 15:00 Rustenburg L13 L14
    16 28.06 20:30 Johannesburg W13 W14

    Prices in SA Rand (ZAR) for individual matches

    Tournament Stage Match No Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Wheelchair
    Group Matches 1-12 700 350 210 70 70
    Semi Finals 13-14 840 525 350 140 140
    Third Place Match 15 700 350 210 70 70
    Final 16 1’400 700 420 210 210

    Prices in SA Rand (ZAR) per Stadium package

    Cost per VST Series in SA Rand Number of Matches
    Venues Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3 Cat 4 WC GM Semi 3Rd Final
    Ellis Park, Johannesburg (Except Final) 2’940 1’575 980 350 350 3 1 0 0
    Ellis Park, Johannesburg (Including Final) 4’340 2’275 1’400 560 560 3 1 0 1
    Free State, Bloemfontein/Mangaung 2’940 1’575 980 350 350 3 1 0 0
    Free State, Bloemfontein/Mangaung (Plus Final at Ellis Park) 4’340 2’275 1’400 560 560 3 1 0 1
    Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg 2’800 1’400 840 280 280 3 0 1 0
    Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria/Tshwane 2’100 1’050 630 210 210 3 0 0 0
    Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria/Tshwane (Plus Final at Ellis Park) 3’500 1’750 1’050 420 420 3 0 0 1


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    1. Tshediso Johannes Matake says:

      In 2009, is going to be football, football and more football. IN AFRICA. Africa is the host of world’s most biggest football event of the century, and as a result it makes me very proud to an African in these time as I know that Africa will pull off one of the best held championship in the wolrd.

    2. Webster Masvkwa says:

      i want to buy tickets for the final.
      how do go about it?
      why does it have to be so complicated?
      please advise.

    3. wiliams says:

      Hi,
      l just wantb to know if its possible to buy more ticket from you, because we have some delegate who are coming from west-african,to wacht the game.
      Kindly give us the full detail about this,and the prosedure.
      Thanks.
      Williams.

    4. bounjuor miniem is juior from Burundi Bujumbura
      ispicingi english france swahili Arabic

    5. zafar says:

      hi im looking for brazil vs italy
      or loftus venue tickets

    6. Pezile says:

      I would like to know if you have any Confed games to be played in Cape Town?

    7. Zaid says:

      I need tickets for the Brazil vs Italy game at loftus on the 21/06/2009

    8. Busiswa Nxusani says:

      I’m looking for tickets to the final match on FIFA Confedaration cup.

    9. Kennedy says:

      Are there still any tickets available for any Confed match played at Loftus Stadium?

    10. JamesD says:

      Thanks for the useful info. It’s so interesting

    11. Bathathu says:

      Would like to know if there are still tickets available for the opening match and where does one buy them.

    12. Nanima says:

      According to the fifa website only category 1 opening matches are available at R700.

      Visit https://fcctickets.fifa.com to buy online if you have a credit card but you still have to collect at a collection point.. see on this page the collection points
      As far as I know Italy vs Brazil is sold out and I think the opening might be sold out as well..
      You can go to Sandton Isles in Rivonia to buy tickets as well in Johannesburg

    13. IBS says:

      Thanks

      The whole transport explanation was a big help 🙂

    14. Sayda says:

      Hi,

      I have two CONFED TICKETS for the BEST game of the Tournament i.e. Brazil vs. ITALY on the 21st of June in Pretoria. If you are interested, call ME on 0834604199. They are CATEGORY 1 going for R1600.

      Thanks
      Sayda

    15. Jeff says:

      Hi Guys
      I have two category 3 Italy vs Egypt tickets.
      R300 each neg.
      Call me 0849757586

    16. Yebo says:

      This site was really helpful with regard to the park and ride facility. Let’s hope the facility will be as efficient

    17. portia says:

      Hi, im looking for two tickets:Italy vs Brazil, category 3.portia

    18. cinzia says:

      helloooooooooo

      am desperately wanting to go watch Brazil and Italy on sunday 21 June 2009 ……is there any chance of getting cancellation tickets???? wanting 4 – category 1 or 2 or 3……………PLEASE

      THANKS
      CINZIA

    19. Fathima Khan says:

      HI

      Does anyone have tickets for semi or finals?

      Thank You

    20. Fatima Hayat says:

      I have 6 catergory 2 tickets for the final. Conatct me on 083 566 4221 at R700.00 each

    21. IMRAAN says:

      I HAVE 2 TICKETS FOR FINALS AT ELLIS PARK.CATEGORY 3 VALUE R420.00.MAKE OFFER
      CONTACT ME @ 082 531 0000

    22. Fatima Hayat says:

      All tickets sold.

    23. fathima khan says:

      does any1 have tickets 4 the Rustenburg match..?

    24. Justin says:

      Ticket pricing stipulated on here is SOOOOOO incorrect! We paid more than double the listed price here?

    25. Nanima says:

      as mentioned the information below a certain point of the post was from the confed cup and not the fifa 2010 world cup for the fifa ticket info etc. visit https://www.nanima.co.za/?p=1170

    26. Marvin says:

      i want to buy ticket for PORTUGAL VS. BRAZIL, category 2 SOUTH ENTRANCE

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