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Fans of the FIFA World Cup have one more chance to enjoy the 2010 tournament – the ball that was used in the final between Spain and the Netherlands earlier this week is being auctioned for charity.

Spain took home the trophy, but you can take home the ball that was touched by some of today’s greatest soccer players! Proceeds from the official Jo’bulani ball will go to Nelson Mandela's 46664 charity. The aims of the charity are to promote education and training in Africa, research into the socio-economic challenges of development in Africa, education and relief of poverty of children, and the support of programs that mitigate the impact of the HIV AIDS pandemic.

There only a few days left to take part in the auction, so head over to eBay now.

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