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Are you sick of World Cup magazine pull-outs? Do you want one super encompassing index of when and where everything is happening?

Check out Marca.com's Interactive 2010 World Cup Calendar.

World Cup 2010 Interactive Calendar

It isn't only football teams that can get in-formation

This nifty flash application provides details of scheduling, team listings and World Cup matches in particular cities or stadiums, all tied together in an interactive calendar.

During this World Cup, the local time in South Africa is one hour ahead of the UK, so bear this in mind or you could miss kick off... God forbid!

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