Following a four-month public application phase, the board of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Legacy Trust under chairman Danny Jordaan has approved the first 973 beneficiaries for a total amount of ZAR 56 million.
Following today’s inaugural board meeting at SAFA House in Johannesburg, the 2010 FIFA World Cup Legacy Trust is now in operation.
FIFA is pleased to announce that 400 clubs affiliated from 55 Member Associations around the globe are set to obtain a share of the benefits from the successful staging of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.
A number of post-FIFA World Cup surveys carried out by FIFA have proven that both South Africans and visitors to the country consider the tournament an overwhelming success.
Multimedia platforms proved central to fans' enjoyment of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ as FIFA successfully delivered a range of complementary digital experiences to football enthusiasts around the world.
FIFA's Technical Study Group announced the shortlist for the prestigious Hyundai Best Young Player Award, with Thomas Muller, Giovani Dos Santos and Andre Ayew the trio featured.
FIFA.com wants to know what was your favourite moment of South Africa 2010.
Just minutes after learning of his award, the adidas Golden Ball winner for the 2010 FIFA World Cup granted an exclusive interview to FIFA.com.