Deputy mayor Ian Neilson said the final test event, the Cape Town International Challenge, would "stretch the city to the limit" in testing its readiness for the soccer showpiece.
"I want to urge the people of Cape Town to attend this event in their numbers. We need your help to test the city's readiness to host the biggest event of all," he said.
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Cape Town Stadium will host a final test event for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, when four national under-20 teams take part in the Cape Town International Challenge on April 10.
South Africa’s upcoming stars will take on their Nigerian counterparts at 1630 hours and current under-20 world champions, Ghana, will play ten-time champions, Brazil, at 1900 hours.
Tickets will cost R20 or R30 and will be available exclusively from Computicket. No tickets will be available at the gates.
This will be the first event at night and a full house
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Of the eight games scheduled to take place at Cape Town Stadium during the 2010 FIFA World Cup , seven are at night so it is important to work out the best ways to get spectators home after the matches.
All the tickets for the Cape Town matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ are now sold outthe Cape Town International Challenge is an affordable way for those without tickets to see a game at the new stadium there will be 65,000 seats available
I took this shot on the way to the movies which I usually watch in one of the cinema's in the Waterfront
I like the fairy lights