England heads to Austria for altitude training for World Cup 2010
The England team have headed off to the mountains of Austria in order to get some altitude training. They will be staying in a lovely resort in Styria and will be preparing their bodies for the higher altitude of South Africa for the World Cup. England's first group game will be against the USA, which will take place in Rustenburg. As Rustenburg is 1500 meters above sea level, the England squad will need to be prepared in order to play at altitude, which is why they are spending some time acclimatising in the Austrian Alps. The following two group games will be held in Port Elizabeth and Cape Town. The England manager, Fabio Capello will make the final decision on the 23 players that will play at the World Cup in South Africa after the friendly against Mexico next week.At livefootballtickets.com you can purchase World Cup tickets for all matches held in South Africa. England are set to produce some exciting football and are grouped with the USA, Slovenia and Algeria. England are one of the top four favourites to win the World Cup this year as the team have some of world's best footballers. so make sure you grab some tickets so you do not miss them!