By searching the Fifa Worldcup website for more information, non-football addicted fashion journalists like I am are experiencing why sport and fashion journalism are two different professions. This happens at least at the second paragraph of the description of the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium: "...will host the match for third place, and a quarter-final amid a total of eight matches during the FIFA World Cup."
I can imagine what the passage about the matches means - but it does not interest me. What really interests me, is that sports like football have gained what politicians work hard on: a worldwide consensus of following the same rules. The meeting of athletes from all parts of the world in South Africa is for me as a non-football addicted fashion journalist - beside edgy designs with Cristiano Ronaldo as a presenter, a signal of a world society that practises 'Fair Play'.