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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


King Senzangakhona Stadium

Built: 1957
City: Durban
2010 upgrade to be completed: September 2007
Capacity: 60,000
Distance from city centre: 6 km
Located in Durban, the land of golden beaches and clear warm seas, King Senzangakhona is less than a kilometre from the Indian Ocean. King Senzangakhona will be built on the grounds of the current Kings Park stadium, and has been proposed as a semi-final venue for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

In order to qualify under FIFA requirements the stadium will have to construct new roofed upper tiers at the north and south ends of the ground, and behind each of the goals. This will create a fully encircled oval with a 60,000 seating capacity.

It was here that South Africa and England played a friendly in May 2003 to celebrate the international launch of South Africa's 2010 FIFA World Cup bid. Visiting officials and media lavished praise upon the stadium which has been regularly upgraded and renovated over the years.

Kings Park was orginally built as a rugby stadium but now hosts many functions. It hosted Bafana Bafana's first ever match in July 1992. They faced Cameroon and went on to win 1-0. Kings Park was also the venue for the 1995 Rugby World Cup semi-final match.


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