World Cup 2010 Stadium in Durban, South Africa

Durban’s stadium for the 2010 World Cup is the Moses Mabhida Stadium which is currently under construction. The stadium is planned to hold between 70,000 and 80,000 people and will be the 2nd largest arena to grace the World Cup. The ground is named after a former General Secretary of the SACP, Moses Mabhida.

How the stadium may look after construction?

As part of the plans for the 2010 World Cup, Kings Park Soccer Stadium was demolished in 2006 to make way for the new stadium complex. During the World Cup, the ground will hold five first round matches, one second round, one quarter final and one semi final match.

The Moses Mabhida Stadium is adjacent to the ABSA stadium in the Kings Park Sporting Precinct and is located in KwaZula Natal.

Moses Mabhiba Stadium

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