Africa has exceptional sports infrastructures which have hosted major competitions such as the World Cup. Discover 5 infrastructures that detonate on the African continent.
CAPE TOWN STADIUM is a stadium in South Africa located in the city of Cape. It has a capacity of 55,000 seats. The stadium hosted Lady Gaga’s first concert in South Africa on December 03, 2012.
FNB STADIUM (JOHANNESBURG) is a stadium in South Africa. It has a capacity of 94,736 places. It is the first African stadium to host the opening and final of a football world cup.
GODSWILL AKPABIO INTERNATIONAL STADIUM is a stadium in Nigeria. It has a capacity of 30,000 seats. The stadium is the home of the Nigerian National Team Super Eagles.
MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM is a stadium located in the city of Durban is South Africa. It has a capacity of 56,000 seats. The stadium was renamed in honor of Moses Mabhida, a South African politician, a figure in the anti-apartheid struggle.
KIGALI ARENA, is a stadium located in the city of Kigali in Rwanda. It has a capacity of 10,000 places. It is the largest indoor stadium in East Africa.