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Soccer City (FNB stadium) - Ellis Park - Loftus Versfeld - Royal Bafokeng - Nelson Mandela Bay Vodacom Park - Peter Mokaba - King Senzangakhona - Green Point - Mbombela Stadium


Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

City: Port Elizabeth
Scheduled date of completion: June 2007
Capacity: 49,500
The proposed stadium for Port Elizabeth will be an entirely new construction. The current stadium has been deemed unsuitable for upgrade and so a new football stadium is envisaged, which will be incorporated within a multi-purpose facility specifically designed to serve the community.

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will be a high-tech, modern venue and will meet every requirement needed to provide a world class venue for the first and second round matches of the 2010 World Cup.

SAFA has determined that all new stadiums be built with the aim of becoming profitable and sustainable ventures that will add value to the community. The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will be located two kilometres from the coast, close to the N2 highway and no more than fifteen minutes' drive from the city's main hotel sector.


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