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World Cup ticket sales soar

Africa’s first Fifa World Cup looks set to be a sold-out affair, with South Africans, Americans and the English showing heavy interest in the third phase of ticket applications.
• SA pride in World Cup at 90%

2010: a home match for every team

2010: 500 000 more ticket applications

Over 500 000 ticket applications for the 2010 World Cup have already been made within ten days of the third phase of ticket sales, with a marked increase in the number of South Africans applying for a chance to witness footballing history in the making.
South Africa's 'ubuntu warriors'

68 000 volunteer applications for 2010

A total of 67 999 people from 170 countries have applied to become a volunteers for the 2010 Fifa World Cup, with a strong foreign response led by Nigeria, the United States, Brazil, Zimbabwe and Italy.
South Africa's 'ubuntu warriors'

’50 000 to volunteer for 2010′

With an average 1 500 applications a day pouring in from around the world, the organisers expect the volunteer applications for the 2010 Fifa World Cup to break the 50 000 mark by the 31 August deadline - surpassing the 48 167 received for Germany 2006.

Fifa volunteers pass 15 000 mark

Only seven days after applications opened for volunteers to help run the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the number of volunteer hopefuls has exceeded the 15 000 places available.

2010 volunteer drive kicks off

Applications have opened for the 15 000 volunteers who will help make the 2010 Fifa World Cup a world-class event.

Soccer well-positioned for 2009

2010: second ticket phase kicks off

The second round of ticket sales for the 2010 Fifa World Cup has started, with 100 000 tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.
2010: over 1.6m ticket bookings

2010: over 1.6m ticket bookings

Over 1.6-million ticket applications from 205 countries were made for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in the first round of sales, with locals counting for 30% of applications, and most overseas interest coming from the US followed by the UK, Germany, Italy and Australia.

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