June 18, 2010

FIFA World Cup 2010 has given a pause to other entertaining modes


This is the first time that the FIFA World Cup been hosted by an African nation, The fever of FIFA World Cup 2010 is kicking up in the world & looking like the world is resting in South Africa & people are going crazy behind it, FIFA World Cup 2010 is the center of attraction of every news channel & news paper.To see the craze of FIFA World Cup 2010 some couple decided to take divorce for 1 month to save their marriage life on the other hand many Bollywood & Hollywood directors postponed their move release date due to FIFA World Cup 2010 as The Big budget move like Kites is the latest victim who facing setback after release during world cup.
Bollywood stars were playing cricket during IPL for publicity but now they started to play football for publicity.
Now a days cricket is said be most popular sports but nobody is talking about cricket as Asia cup is on, FIFA World Cup 2010 faded the charm & glamor of cricket.

This is the craze & popularity of
FIFA World Cup 2010.

I have seen opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2010, The official song of the 2010 World Cup "Waka Waka" is performed by the Colombian singer Shakira and the band Freshlyground from South Africa, and is sung in both English and Spanish. The song is based upon a traditional African soldiers' song named Zangalewa. Sakira's Waka-Waka almost shacked the world with her electrifying performance , Her performance already given the indication of FIFA World Cup 2010 craze, popularity & success. Now FIFA World Cup's stars are shacking the world with their performance.
FIFA World Cup 2010, final is forecast to be among the most-watched events ever, possibly behind only the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games.

FIFA World Cup 2010 has given a pause to other entertaining modes. Enjoy this season of entertainment to the fullest as football is the name of uncertainties & excitement.

Keep Enjoying & Keep Watching

World Cup 2010 Schedule:-

June 11
07.30pm – South Africa Vs Mexico – Johannesburg (SC) - DRAW (1-1)
June 12
12.00am – Uruguay Vs France – Cape Town - DRAW (0-0)
05.00pm – South Korea Vs Greece – Johannesburg (SC)
07.30pm – Argentina Vs Nigeria – Port Elizabeth (Ellis)
June 13
12.00am – England Vs USA – Rustenburg
05.00pm – Algeria Vs Slovenia – Polokwane
07.30pm – Serbia Vs Ghana – Pretoria
June 14
12.00am – Germany Vs Australia – Durban
05.00pm – Netherlands Vs Denmark – Johannesburg (SC)
07.30pm – Japan Vs Cameroon – Bloemfontein
June 15
12.00am – Italy Vs Paraguay – Cape Town
05.00pm – New Zealand Vs Slovakia – Rustenburg
07.30pm – Ivory Coast Vs Portugal – Port Elizabeth
June 16
12.00am – Brazil Vs North Korea – Johannesburg (Ellis)
05.00pm – Honduras Vs Chile – Nelspruit
07.30pm – Spain Vs Switzerland – Durban
June 17
12.00am – South Africa Vs Uruguay – Pretoria
05.00pm – Argentina Vs South Korea – Johannesburg (SC)
07.30pm – Greece Vs Nigeria – Bloemfontein
June 18
12.00am – France Vs Mexico – Polokwane
05.00pm – Germany Vs Serbia – Port Elizabeth
07.30pm – Slovenia Vs USA – Johannesburg (Ellis)
June 19
12.00am – England Vs Algeria – Cape Town
05.00pm – Netherlands Vs Japan – Durban
07.30pm – Ghana Vs Australia – Rustenburg
June 20
12.00am – Cameroon Vs Denmark – Pretoria
05.00pm – Slovakia Vs Paraguay – Bloemfontein
07.30pm – Italy Vs New Zealand – Nelspruit
June 21
12.00am – Brazil Vs Ivory Coast – Johannesburg (SC)
05.00pm – Portugal Vs North Korea – Cape Town
07.30pm – Chile Vs Switzerland – Port Elizabeth
June 22
12.00am – Spain Vs Honduras – Johannesburg (Ellis)
07.30pm – Mexico Vs Uruguay – Rustenburg
07.30pm – France Vs South Africa – Bloemfontein
June 23
12.00am – Nigeria Vs South Korea – Durban
12.00am – Greece Vs Argentina – Polokwane
07.30pm – Slovenia Vs England – Port Elizabeth
07.30pm – USA Vs Algeria – Pretoria
June 24
12.00am – Ghana Vs Germany – Johannesburg (SC)
12.00am – Australia Vs Serbia – Nelspruit
07.30am – Slovakia Vs Italy – Johannesburg (Ellis)
07.30am – Paraguay Vs New Zealand – Polokwane
June 25
12.00am – Denmark Vs Japan – Rustenburg
12.00am – Cameroon Vs Netherlands – Cape Town
07.30am – Portugal Vs Brazil – Durban
07.30am – North Korea Vs Ivory Coast – Nelspruit
June 26
12.00am – Chile Vs Spain – Pretoria
12.00am – Switzerland Vs Honduras – Bloemfontein
Second Round – ROUND OF 16
June 26
07.30pm – Group A winner Vs Group B 2nd place – Port Elizabeth
June 27
12.00am – Group C winner Vs Group D 2nd place – Rustenburg
07.30pm – Group D winner Vs Group C 2nd place – Bloemfontein
June 28
12.00am – Group B winner Vs Group A 2nd place – Johannesburg (SC)
07. 30pm – Group E winner Vs Group F 2nd place – Durban
June 29
12.00am – Group G winner Vs Group H 2nd place – Johannesburg (Ellis)
07. 30pm – Group F winner Vs Group E 2nd place – Pretoria
June 30
12.00am – Group H winner Vs Group G 2nd place – Cape Town
July 2
7.30pm – 1st Quarter-final – Port Elizabeth
July 3
12. 00am – 2nd Quarter-final – Johannesburg (SC)
7.30pm – 3rd Quarter-final – Cape Town
July 4
12.00am – 4th Quarter-final – Johannesburg (Ellis)
July 7
12.00am – 1st Semi-final – Cape Town
July 8
12.00am – 2nd Semi-final – Durban
Third Place (July 11)
12.00am – Semi-final losers – Port Elizabeth
Final (July 12)
12.00am – Semi-final winners – Johannesburg (SC)

Get into a new world of joy & excitement with FIFA World Cup 2010,
Enjoy the non-stop electrifying entertainment.


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