+GlobalRat Posted September 22, 2006 Share Posted September 22, 2006 I thought it would be interesting to track the progress of the much debated stadiums being constructed for the Soccer World Cup in 2010. In order to do this I’ve created a cache near one of the stadiums, Soccer City in Johannesburg. GCYEKX – Project 2010: Soccer City. Cache finders will be required to take photo’s and thus over time we’ll be able to view progress of construction. The stadiums:- Three existing stadiums in Gauteng, will be upgraded. Soccer City (FNB stadium), Ellis Park in Johannesburg, and Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria. The Royal Bafokeng stadium in North West will be upgraded, as will Vodacom Park in Mangaung (Bloemfontein) in the Free State. Five new stadiums will be built or rebuilt. In Limpopo, the Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane will host 2010 games. New stadiums will be built at Mbombela in Mpumalanga, and in the Nelson Mandela Metro (encompassing Port Elizabeth) in the Eastern Cape. Kings Park stadium in Durban will be rebuilt for the event, and in the Western Cape, Cape Town’s Green Point stadium will be rebuilt. Calling on cachers in other areas to create similar Project 2010 caches which we can hyperlink and perhaps create an interesting collection of images as the clock ticks away. Quote Link to comment
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