World Cup 2010 Around the Globe
A supporter waves a French flag while watching the match between France and Mexico on June 17 in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Fans celebrate South Africa's first goal as they watch a live broadcast of the opening match between South Africa and Mexico at Fields College in Rustenburg.
Fans gather at Alexandra Palace in North London on June 12 to watch a big-screen broadcast as England play USA.
Young football fans are seen at the Durban FIFA Fanfest moments before the first semi-final match between Netherlands and Uruguay.
An All White supporters' wall is displayed inside the retail shop Qubic as they prepare to watch a match between New Zealand and Slovakia.
Fans wearing 3D glasses watch the World Cup match between Netherlands and Japan during a viewing event at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.
South Korean fans watch the World Cup Group B match between Argentina and South Korea, at City Hall on June 17, 2010 in Seoul.
Palestinian men watch a World Cup 2010 match on a big screen at an outdoors cafe in Gaza City on June 20.
England flags adorn a house in a street in the Knowle West area in Bristol , England.
Fans of the German national football team cheer with German flags during the public viewing at the "Fanmeile" (Fan Mile) in Berlin.
South Korean fans watch as they cheer on the North Korean team at the Bongeun Buddhist Temple on June 21, 2010 in Seoul, South Korea.
A family watches the 2010 World Cup match between Brazil and North Korea in a neighborhood on the outskirts of Brasilia.
Residents of a squatters camp in Kliptown, a suburb of Soweto, watch the South Africa v Uruguay match on a television.
Soccer fans gather at the Copacabana beach prior to the World Cup match between Brazil and North Korea to watch it on a giant screen in Rio de Janeiro.
Fans of the German national football team react during the public viewing of the World Cup semi-final match between Germany and Spain at the "Fanmeile" in Berlin.
Children wait to get free t-shirts given out by the Brazilian Tourism Board at a World Cup viewing park in Johannesburg.