Round of 16 match schedule

27/06/2010 at 11:39 Leave a comment


With the first phase of the 2010 world cup in South Africa being concluded, 16 of the 33 teams have made it to the next phase of the event: the notorious Round of 16. The match schedule of one of the most exciting parts of the world cup football can be found below. The teams that make it, are going through to the quarter finals which are held in the first few days of July.

  • Uruguay vs. South Korea — Saturday June 26 2010 (16:00 / GMT +2)

– Winner: Uruguay

  • United States vs. Ghana — Saturday June 26 2010 (20:30)

– Winner: Ghana

  • England vs. Germany – Sunday June 27 2010 / 16:00/ (Freestate Stadium in Bloemfontein)
  • Mexico vs. Argentina – Sunday June 27 2010 / 20:30 (Soccer City in Johannesburg)
  • Netherlands vs. Slovakia – Monday June 28 2010/ 16:00 (Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban)
  • Chile vs. Brazil – Monday June 28 2010 / 20:30 (Ellis Park, Johannesburg)
  • Japan vs. Paraguay – Tuesday June 29 2010 / 16:00 (Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria)
  • Portugal vs. Spain – Tuesday June 29 2010 / 20:30 (Cape Town Stadium)
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