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  1. The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the 19th FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men's national football teams. It took place in South Africa from 11 June to 11 July 2010. The bidding process for hosting the tournament finals was open only to African nations.

  2. Copa Mundial de la FIFA Sudáfrica 2010 FIFA Sokker-Wêreldbekertoernooi in 2010: Recinto: 10 (en 9 ciudades) Ver tabla: Categoría: Absoluta: Fecha: 2010: Fecha de inicio: 11 de junio: Fecha de cierre: 11 de julio: Edición: XIX: Organizador: FIFA: Palmarés; Campeón España (1. er título) Subcampeón Países Bajos: Tercero Alemania: Cuarto ...

  3. Sudáfrica 2010 deparó numerosas sorpresas, y España supo sobreponerse a las suyas (una derrota inicial ante Suiza) para ganar sus otros seis partidos, los cuatro últimos por idéntico tanteo,...

  4. Rafael Marquez denied South Africa a dream start to their FIFA World Cup™ with a late equaliser for Mexico in a 1-1 draw in an absorbing Opening Match at Soccer City.

  5. World Cup 2010 T he 19th World Cup was played in South Africa from 11 June to 11 July. After a qualification phase, including a total of 204 national teams (a record), 32 teams would be given a place in the final tournament, including the automatically qualified host nation South Africa.

  6. How Spain dazzled the whole world on their way to lifting the FIFA World Cup in 2010. Watch an absorbing documentary on Spain’s South Africa 2010 triumph and see some captivating...

  7. South Africa vs Mexico was the opening match of the World Cup, held on 11 June 2010. It was described as an "enthralling" and "pulsating" match. South Africa opened the scoring in the 55th minute after Siphiwe Tshabalala scored off a pass through Mexico's defence by Teko Modise .