A city with a sonorous and resounding name will be in charge of taking care of the Spanish national team during the World Cup in South Africa. Potchefstroom, the South African Sorbonne, is 120 kilometers southwest of Johannesburg, in the North-West Province. This academic city founded by white Afrikaner farmers will receive the Spaniards on June 10 to prepare for the first match, against Switzerland in Durban, a city located 683 kilometers from their base camp.
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