From Friday, 28 May at 9.00am, there will be around 90,000 additional tickets for the 2010 FIFA World Cup available for public sale across all 64 matches.
The symbolic hand-over of the first FIFA World Cup ticket to construction workers took place at the iconic Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg today.
The final Ticketing Phase begins today, with South African residents able to buy at FIFA Ticketing Centres, First National Branches and also online.
The official 2010 FIFA World Cup ticket was unveiled in Soweto by FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke and OC CEO Danny Jordaan.
The fourth ticket sales phase will kick off on Tuesday, 9 February 2010 at 12.00 CET and will run for 58 days until 7 April 2010.
After three of five ticketing sales phases for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, two-thirds of the available tickets have already been sold.
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.