Argentina will open their campaign at Johannesburg’s Ellis Park Stadium against Nigeria. They will then play Korea Republic at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, meaning fans do not have to travel outside the city for their team's opening two games.
From Johannesburg, followers of France will have to travel to the far north of the country to Polokwane for their side's final group match against former European Champions, Greece
Travel options from Johannesburg to Polokwane
By plane: While Polokwane does have an airport, it is small and does not have frequent flights. You can however fly there from Johannesburg's OR Tambo International, taking a bus, taxi or hire car to the city itself once you have landed.
By car: Polokwane is approximately 350km from Johannesburg. To drive there get onto the N1 North, which will take you through Pretoria then on to Polokwane. The drive should take you around three hours.
By bus: You will have to make your way to the Park Station in Johannesburg’s Central Business District (CBD) to catch a bus to Polokwane. Most of the intercity companies service this route.