World Cup 2010 Schedule: Google Doodle is Clickable Guide

By Alan Ng - Jun 11, 2010

For football fans across the globe, the moment has finally arrived for you. In a few hours time, South Africa and Mexico will kick off the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Johannesburg. Excited?

It seems Google are certainly excited, as they have updated their search page with a World Cup-themed doodle. However if you click that doodle, you’ll be directed to their World Cup interface, which gives you a quick heads-up on the day’s fixtures and match start times.

You can read more about Google’s World Cup schedule in our earlier report here. Under the World Cup groups, you’ll find three useful links for further information. These will redirect you to FIFA’s website, allowing you to either check the latest news from the tournament, or view a full schedule from FIFA.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for the first match to start. This is four years in the making – who do you think will come out on top?

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