Thousands of fans packed Soccer City stadium in Soweto to watch the World Cup final on Sunday evening.
The final kicked off with a closing ceremony.
Loads of important people attended - including former South African President Nelson Mandela. The crowds cheered as he was driven across the pitch with his wife Grace Machel.
Around 700 performers took part in the show - including Shakira who performed 'Waka Waka', the official World Cup song.
It was performed on the field, which was transformed into a giant screen used to project the tournament's best moments.
The performers played all types of music associated with the country - from jazz to hip-hop, while giant elephant puppets glided across the field.
Performers formed the shape of the vuvuzela - which has become so famous during this World Cup.
To mark the end of the ceremony - and the start of the final game in South Africa, turned into the flags of the finalists - The Netherlands and Spain.