Cape Town Stadium

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Cape Town Stadium is a football stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. It opened in 2009 and was built to host football matches in the FIFA World Cup 2010 that was held by South Africa. The stadium which is a bowl-shaped design was designed by GMP Architects. It is a modern stadia that has a capacity of 55,000 and since the usage, for the World Cup, it has been the home of two football teams in the city that compete in the national football division. It is also used for concerts and other events.

Getting there

The stadium is situated to the north of the city centre by the waterfront. It is a 20-30 minute walk away from ‘Cape Town Train Station’. The T01 bus travels to the stadium.

Opening Times and Admission

The best way to visit the stadium is by attending a football match, matches are played regularly during the football season and tickets can be bought online or from the ticket office at the stadium. Another way you can visit the stadium is by attending a concert, concerts are listed on the stadium's website.

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  • Fritz Sonnenberg Rd, Green Point, Cape Town, 8051, South Africa
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