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Watching the World Cup at home on a couch could be a bit boring especially with all the unpredictable upsets unfolding in Russia.

Well, to allow you to enjoy the soccer matches with other soccer fans, two official fan parks have been erected in South Africa.

Cape Town soccer fans can enjoy the World finals at the Fives Futbol venue at Century City, where fans can watch the games live and also be entertained by a selection of DJs and bands.

Johannesburg fans can head to Soweto Zone 6 for live screenings of the semi- and final matches.

Read: Ever wondered just what's inside a World Cup Soccer ball? Find out here

We have great lineups every evening, including watching football and tickets are available on Computicket.

Maria Steyn, Director of Salute - events and production

We open doors tonight at 6pm up until midnight. We will be open again on Saturday and Sunday for the finals.

Maria Steyn, Director of Salute - events and production

There is nice and comfortable seating and big screens, couches and lounges - vuvuzela's are allowed.

Maria Steyn, Director of Salute - events and production

To hear the rest of the conversation and more info on the party park, listen below:

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Here's how Joburg and CT can enjoy WC2018 - and vuvuzelas are welcome!

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