Watch 2010 FIFA World Cup: Google Earth 3D Stadium Views

We have some great news for regular users of Google Earth now, as we have a video and new imagery to show you, which lets you view every stadium in South Africa which is part of the FIFA 2010 World Cup.

As reported from the GEarthBlog, Google knows just how popular a World Cup year is, and the Google Earth Team has been hard at work on providing fans with some great 3D imagery.

Whether it is the Rustenburg Stadium (England Vs USA) or the stadiums in Cape Town and Durban, Google has created 3D images for you to take a look at.

There are 10 of them in total. You can view them on Google Earth, or simply check out the video below this post. Head to the link above for further info.

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