Johannesburg Football City Stadium, also known as FNB Stadium, is the main stadium of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. It is located in Soweto, southwest of Johannesburg. The opening and final of the World Cup in South Africa are held in the largest stadium in Africa. Can accommodate nearly 100,000 people, but at present the stadium is vacant, can not be visited inside, can only take pictures of the appearance!
My deepest impression of the stadium is that my favorite uncrowned king keeps the stadium beautiful in appearance, somewhat like Beijing's Bird's Nest, but the color is very bright and dazzling. There are basically no buildings outside the stadium and very few people.
This is the hosting site of the World Cup in South Africa. The whole stadium covers a very large area. The whole building is little by little mosaic strong in shape. It is also characterized by its spacious surroundings, which makes the whole feel very atmospheric.
Very beautiful modern stadium, colorful, is the main venue of the World Cup in South Africa.
It's a big stadium. It's beautiful, a bit like the Bird's Nest. It's the host of the World Cup in South Africa.
I'm lucky? Driving the whole family to Golden City, the result was closed on Tuesday, and by the way came to Football City. Originally planned to come down and take pictures, I was told by a man named 60 Rand after I got in touch with the guard. A janitor took us in through the internal passage. After visiting the seats and venues, we were led into the interior by the players'passage, including dressing room, tactical layout room, rehabilitation room, etc. After that, I went to the news center and basically looked inside.
I feel like the Allianz Stadium in Munich, where Rugby matches are held more often.