The focus of the football world’s attention was squarely focused on Cape Town on Friday as the Final Draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ mapped out the opening rounds of next year’s football showpiece.
In what Chief Executive Officer of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee South Africa, Dr Danny Jordaan, described as ,”a great celebration of Africa”, the Final Draw was proof that South Africa is more than ready to put on a show like no other when the 32 teams arrive in the country. Go to FIFA to read full update
So how this will work is that Teams were devided into Groups. All teams in a specific Group will have the opportunity to play against each other. The top two teams in each group will go through to the next round.