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WHILE it remains to be seen if England can repeat their feat of 1966, when they won the World Cup, one guarantee is that their stay in South Africa will be a pleasant one.
The English will be based at the Royal Marang Hotel, which is 7km from the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace, built by the Royal Bafokeng for a staggering R310million.
The hotel boasts 68 rooms and four presidential suites and is situated on 65 hectares. It is located in the Bafokeng sports complex.
The English team will use one of the three A-grade pitches for training and they are in such good condition that they have been rated No 1 by the Fifa technical committee.
Royal Bafokeng Sports managing director George Khunou said the hotel and other projects involved were all part of the legacy they're hoping to leave behind.
"All the roads and infrastructure will benefit our community after the World Cup," Khunou said.
"We have 20000 children in different sporting codes in development. The codes we are focusing on are soccer, athletics, rugby, martial arts and tennis. In the near future, we'd like to see more of our children from Phokeng and the surrounding areas becoming players at Platinum Stars."
He also said that despite negative international media attention regarding the completion of the hotel in time for the World Cup, they had a wonderful working relationship with the English FA.
"There was no pressure from the FA. We always gave them reports on how things were going," he said.
The English team's first match is against the US on June 12 at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace.