FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke and the Chairman of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Legacy Trust Danny Jordaan spoke about the ongoing support that South Africa 2010 is bringing to football development in the country.
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.
FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter has written to Nelson Mandela to send him his best wishes as he turns 94 and praise the former anti-apartheid activist for his role in South Africa's hosting of a memorable FIFA World Cup.
Following today’s inaugural board meeting at SAFA House in Johannesburg, the 2010 FIFA World Cup Legacy Trust is now in operation.
Derided as 'white elephants' by their critics, the impressive stadiums built last year's FIFA World Cup continue to pay dividends for South Africa, as FIFA.com reveals.
A year after the final whistle blew on the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, host city Cape Town’s award-winning environmental programme, Green Goal 2010, is in the spotlight again.