Nine South African cities and seven cities over five continents will be the host to FIFA's official public viewing events for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
From Table Mountain to the Copacabana, from Durban Beach to the Eiffel Tower, from Soweto to Sydney Harbour, the FIFA Fan Fest will enable football fans worldwide to watch FIFA World Cup matches in some of the most iconic locations in South Africa and around the world.
All nine South African Host Cities as well as Berlin, London, Mexico City, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome and Sydney were today (23 November 2009) unveiled as locations for the FIFA Fan Fest, the official public viewing events of football's flagship tournament. Millions of fans are expected to watch the matches live at these events and experience the unique FIFA World Cup ambiance in these outdoor areas. Entrance to the FIFA Fan Fest is free, with all 64 matches to be broadcast on giant screens in a safe and secure environment.