worlducp-south-africa-2010The African dream has come true when it hosted the 2010 World Cup, 3.18 millions fans attended 64 matches, 4.5 billion dollars spent on infrastructure, 400 thousand jobs created. But what will happen after the World Cup, through the South African point of view? We’ve heard many poor South Africans and they’ve shared their expectations about the country during and after the World Cup. This documentary about the Soccer World Cup 2010 in South Africa captures the feelings of people living in this country and shows how life looks like after the games.
Unfortunately the original documentary “The Day After: About South African expectations after the World Cup 2010” isn’t available any more, but we recommend to watch the following documentery film:

2010 World Cup Closing Ceremony – 10 Min

The closing ceremony of the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa.Video was shot from the Upper Tier behind the goals at Soccer City in Johannesburg at the match between Holland and Spain.

2010 FIFA World Cup Trophy Presentation – 4 Min.

Spain, Euro 2008 champion, qualified for World Cup. In the final, they were tortured to play football against rugby with Netherlands but in the end, the hard earned victory made it all much more worth it.

Shakira – Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)

The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Song