South Africa 2010 FIFA Football World Cup Match Schedule – Pakistani Time Table

Good news for FIFA fans. The 2010 FIFA World Cup is almost here! FIFA announced the complete schedule for FIFA World Cup 2010. Here we also give a schedule of FIFA World Cup according Pakistani Timetable. The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be the 19th FIFA World Cup, the premier international football tournament. The 2010 Football World Cup will be held in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, 2010. This will be the first time that the tournament has been hosted by an African nation. The Opening match will be played between host South Africa and Mexico at Johannesburg on June 11. There are 32 teams in this World Cup, which are divided into 8 groups, each group contains 4 teams. Last World Cup Football was held in Germany in 2006 in which Italy defeated France 5-3 in a penalty shootout in the final, after extra time had finished in a 1-1 draw.

South Africa 2010 FIFA Football World Cup Match Groups here….


2010 FIFA World Cup Groups
Group A Group B Group C Group D
France Argentina Algeria Australia
Mexico Greece England Germany
South Africa Korea Republic Slovenia Ghana
Uruguay Nigeria USA Serbia
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Cameroon Italy Brazil Chile
Denmark New Zealand Ivory Coast Honduras
Japan Paraguay Korea DPR Spain
Netherlands Slovakia Portugal Switzerland

South Africa 2010 FIFA Football World Cup Match schedule & time table here


Sr.# Date Team A vs Team B Venue Time
First Round
1 June 11 South Africa vs Mexico Soccer City 19:00IST
2 June 12 Uruguay vs France Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
3
South Korea vs Greece Ellis Park 16:30IST
4
Argentina vs Nigeria Rustenburg 19:00IST
5 June 13 England vs United States Polokwane 11:30IST
6
Algeria vs Slovenia Pretoria 16:30IST
7
Serbia vs Ghana Durban 19:00IST
8 June 14 Germany vs Australia Soccer City 11:30IST
9
Netherlands vs Denmark Bloemfontein 16:30IST
10
Japan vs Cameroon Cape Town 19:00IST
11 June 15 Italy vs Paraguay Rustenburg 11:30IST
12
New Zealand vs Slovakia Port Elizabeth 16:30IST
13
Ivory Coast vs Portugal Ellis Park 19:00IST
14 June 16 Brazil vs North Korea Pretoria 11:30IST
15
South Africa vs Uruguay Nelspruit 11:30IST
16
Honduras vs Chile Durban 16:30IST
17 June 17 Spain vs Switzerland Soccer City 19:00IST
18
Argentina vs South Korea Bloemfontein 16:30IST
19
Nigeria vs Greece Polokwane 19:00IST
20 June 18 Mexico vs France Ellis Park 11:30IST
21
United States vs Slovenia Cape Town 19:00IST
22
England vs Algeria Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
23 June 19 Germany vs Serbia Durban 16:30IST
24
Netherlands vs Japan Rustenburg 16:30IST
25
Australia vs Ghana Pretoria 19:00IST
26 June 20 Denmark vs Cameroon Bloemfontein 11:30IST
27
Paraguay vs Slovakia Nelspruit 16:30IST
28
Italy vs New Zealand Soccer City 19:00IST
29 June 21 Brazil vs Ivory Coast Cape Town 11:30IST
30
North Korea vs Portugal Port Elizabeth 16:30IST
31
Switzerland vs Chile Ellis Park 19:00IST
32 June 22 Spain vs Honduras Rustenburg 11:30IST
33
Mexico vs Uruguay Bloemfontein 19:00IST
34
France vs South Africa Durban 19:00IST
35
Nigeria vs South Korea Polokwane 11:30IST
36 June 23 Greece vs Argentina Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
37
Slovenia vs England Pretoria 19:00IST
38
United States vs Algeria Soccer City 19:00IST
39
Ghana vs Germany Nelspruit 11:30IST
40 June 24 Australia vs Serbia Rustenburg 11:30IST
41
Denmark vs Japan Cape Town 11:30IST
42
Cameroon vs Netherlands Ellis Park 11:30IST
43
Slovakia vs Italy Polokwane 19:00IST
44 June 25 Paraguay vs New Zealand Durban 19:00IST
45
Portugal vs Brazil Nelspruit 19:00IST
46
North Korea vs Ivory Coast Pretoria 19:00IST
47
Chile vs Spain Bloemfontein 11:30IST
48
Switzerland vs Honduras Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
Second Round
49 June 26 Group A winner vs Group B 2nd place Rustenburg 19:00IST
50 June 27 Group C winner vs Group D 2nd place Bloemfontein 11:30IST
51
Group D winner vs Group C 2nd place Soccer City 19:00IST
52 June 28 Group B winner vs Group A 2nd place Durban 11:30IST
53
Group E winner vs Group F 2nd place Ellis Park 19:00IST
54 June 29 Group G winner vs Group H 2nd place Pretoria 11:30IST
55
Group F winner vs Group E 2nd place Cape Town 11:30IST
56 July 2 Group H winner vs Group G 2nd place Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
Quarter-finals
57 July 2 Match 53 winner vs Match 54 winner Johannesburg 19:00IST
58
Match 49 winner vs Match 50 winner Cape Town 11:30IST
59 July 3 Match 52 winner vs Match 51 winner Johannesburg 19:00IST
60
Match 55 winner vs Match 56 winner Cape Town 11:30IST
Semi-finals
61 July 6 Match 58 winner vs Match 57 winner Cape Town 11:30IST
62 July 7 Match 59 winner vs Match 60 winner Durban 11:30IST
Third Place
63 July 10 Semi-final losers Port Elizabeth 11:30IST
Final
64 July 11 Semi-final winners Soccer City 11:30IST

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    The times are all wrong as well. The 11:30 matches as you have written here should really be 23:30

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    hello i dont understand 12 am at night or at afternoon so pls confirm it 12 am is pakistan night time or after noon whe dont want to missed matches
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