|Speedway World Cup|
|Start date||July 24|
|End date||August 1|
The 2010 FIM PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna Speedway World Cup(SWC) was the tenth FIM Speedway World Cup, the annual international speedway world championship tournament. It was originally scheduled to take place between 24 July and 31 July 2010, although re-stagings due to adverse weather meant that it finally took place between 25 July and 1 August, and involved eight national teams. Six teams were seeded through to the finals and two qualification rounds were held in May 2010 to determine the final two places.
Poland won the World Cup for the fourth time in six seasons, amassing 44 points in the final. Denmark finished second with 39, while Sweden finished third for the third successive year, with 35 points.
The top six nations from the 2009 Speedway World Cup (Poland, Australia, Sweden, Russia, Great Britain and Denmark) were granted automatic qualification, with the remaining two places divided among two qualifying rounds. Qualifying Round One was held in Lonigo, Italy and was won by Finland. Qualifying Round Two was held in Abensberg, Germany.
|Team||Qualified as||Finals appearance||Last appearance||2009 place|
|Poland||2009 SWC top six||10th||2009||1st|
|Australia||2009 SWC top six||10th||2009||2nd|
|Sweden||2009 SWC top six||10th||2009||3rd|
|Russia||2009 SWC top six||8th||2009||4th|
|Great Britain||2009 SWC top six||10th||2009||5th|
|Denmark||2009 SWC top six||10th||2009||6th|
|Czech Republic||QR 2 Winner||9th||2009||8th|
|Finland||QR 1 Winner||6th||2007||—|
|25 July – Gorzów Wlkp. (Jancarz Stadium)|
|Russia||31||1 August – Vojens (Speedway Center)|
|Czech Republic||8||29 July – Vojens (Speedway Center)||Poland||44|
|26 July – King's Lynn (Norfolk Arena)||Russia||19||details|
|Finland||14||Qualify to the Final|
|details||Qualify to the Race-Off|
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