Where to buy your World Cup tickets

UPDATE: Ticket availability update here.

Over the counter ticket sales for the FIFA World Cup begin at 9am on Thursday 15th April.

Both ticket bookings and ticket collection (for tickets already booked elsewhere, on the FIFA website or FNB branches), will be conducted at these outlets.
Cash, credit cards and debit cards will be accepted as tender – no cheques. Ensure you take formal ID with you (drivers licence, ID book etc).
Maximum of 10 tickets per customer transaction (either 10 for one game or any combination of games to maximum of 10 tickets)

Customers who have questions about games and tickets, or problems with tickets, can contact FIFA on the hotline number 083 123 2010, or send enquiries to enquiries@2010fwctc.co.za.
More information on tickets available at www.fifa.com/2010.

You can get your tickets at the following outlets:


The Spearhead (cnr Buitengragt & Strijdom)

Sun Coast Casino; Marine Parade; Gateway Shopping Centre; Umhlanga Ridge

Sandton (cnr Rivonia & Linden); Maponya Mall (Old Potchefstroom Rd in Soweto)

Loch Logan Waterfront Mall

Moffet on Main Lifestyle (cnr Man & William Moffet)

The Grove Shopping Centre (White River Road)

Lifestyle Mall (Landrosmare & Market)

RUSTENBURG – Waterfall Mall; Augrabies Mall

Brooklyn Mall (Lange & Fehrsen)

Online from 6pm on Thursday 15th April: www.fifa.com/2010 

And at these selected SHOPRITE/CHECKERS stores from Monday 19th April:

Checkers Hyper Sandton
Checkers Hyper Westgate
Checkers Hyper Eastgate
Checkers Hyper Menlyn Park

Shoprite Mogwase
Shoprite Brits

Shoprite Tzaneen

Shoprite Nelspruit
Shoprite White River

Checkers Langenhoven Park
Shoprite Heidedal

Shoprite Bethelsdorp
Shoprite Greenacres

Checkers Pavillion
Checkers Hillcrest
Shoprite Chatsworth

Checkers Century City
Checkers Plumstead

58 days and counting!

9 thoughts on “Where to buy your World Cup tickets

  1. Thursday 14th April? Am I the only one who sees the error here? C’mon 6000…..I am disappointed!

  2. Robyn > I didn’t say which year…
    Bah – changed. “Thank you”.

    P.S. Yes – it seems that you were the only one to see the error.

  3. Is it true that the normal South African football fan is being priced out of the market for tickets. I read recently that tickets are the equivalent of a weeks wages to the average man.
    .-= Ryan´s last blog ..West Coast Harley-Davidson =-.

  4. Ryan > The cheapest seats – category 4 for first round games – are R140. That’s $16 or about 12 quid.
    Someone with a menial job – say a domestic worker (maid) or a gardener would probably earn that in a day or a day and a half.

    ctguy > Poor choice of words after the whole earthquake issue.

  5. Diva > Some press release I was sent.
    Thanks for the clarification – will correct.

    Checked – it was sent to me by Shoprite/Checkers. I CnP’d it.

  6. FNB Bluff was offline for the best part of today.Only a handful of customers were attended to whilst the others stood in line within the bank.

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