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The Green Point Stadium in Cape Town has built a visitors' centre at the new stadium that will host 2010 World Cup matches.
The centre will enable visitors to get an in-depth view of the construction of the stadium. It also offers exhibitions and an auditorium.
Also known as Greenhouse, the centre will officially open on January 7. It is housed at the back of the old Green Point Stadium grandstand in Vlei Road.
It will allow visitors to see an architectural model, soccer-themed exhibitions, a multimedia and theatre performance.
It will include a 133-seater auditorium and a 45-seater boardroom.
According to the City of Cape Town, the centre is a joint venture between themselves and construction companies Murray & Roberts and WBHO.
The centre and the Western Cape department of education will also run a schools programme where scholars will be introduced to the construction industry and be exposed to career opportunities in the industry.
It will be funded through an admission fee of R40 for adults and R20 for students and pensioners. School children will gain free access.
"The centre will operate from 10am to 7pm on weekdays. On Saturday, it will be open between 10am and 4pm," said the city in a statement.
The city said the venue will also be used for future media briefings when a Fifa inspection team visits the venue.
Helen Zille, the mayor of Cape Town, said she was delighted that residents of the Mother City will also be able to follow the construction developments.
"It will be available for the people of Cape Town and will also serve as a tourist attraction, especially given the international prominence that Green Point Stadium has achieved."
Green Point will host a World Cup semifinal beside other matches that will be fixtured there.