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2013 Africa Cup of Nations Stadium Guides

Five South African stadiums will be used to host games during the African showpiece

Moses Mabhida Stadium game time - Durban
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tournament will be hosted in South Africa, and five cities have been selected to be an host the event, with the stadiums expected to welcome the crowds at the continental showpiece.

Soccer City in Johannesburg will host the opening matches and final, while Moses Mabhida in Durban, Mbombela in Nelspruit, Rustenburg's Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace and the Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in Port Elizabeth will all host matches during the competition.

Goal.com profiles the five stadiums in the Rainbow Nation, bringing you closer to the Afcon action.


SOCCER CITY

Johannesburg



MOSES MABHIDA

Durban




ROYAL BAFOKENG

Rustenburg


MBOMBELA

Nelspruit


NELSON MANDELA

BAY

Port Elizabeth

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17:23 WAT
We're just as eager as you are to see the World Cup list so exercise some patience as we try to bring it to you immediately it is released. In the mean time, Nigeria will play a friendly match against Scotland on May 28 in London at Fulham's Craven Cottage home ground. After that the Super Eagles will head to the United States where they will play against Greece and the US men's national team before going to Brazil.
16:30 WAT
Our correspondent in Abuja Shemmy Sholabomi says all is quiet for the moment as Keshi is still in the meeting with the NFF. Journalists are waiting eagerly for the meeting, which could take hours, to round up and the list unveiled. 
15:57 WAT
Stephen Keshi has arrived for the meeting with the Technical Committee which commenced at 3pm. They are expected to deliberate on the list of players to be invited for the World Cup squad. Afterwards the list will be made public. Which players would you like to see in the list?
15:28 WAT
Welcome to Goal's coverage of the unveiling of the World Cup squad by Stephen Keshi in Abuja. We will bring you details of the event leading up to and after the release of the list by the Nigeria Football Federation.
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