19 October 2009

2010 World Cup™ stadiums - Polokwane

Polokwane, previously known as Pietersburg, is the capital of the most northern province of South Africa - Limpopo. The stadium was named after Peter Mokaba, a former leader of the ANC Youth League. It is located 5 kilometers from the city centre and is located east of the existing Pietersburg Stadium.
Weather: dry | Close to a National Park/Game Reserve: Yes (Kruger National Park)

Peter Mokaba Complex
Capacity: 46,000
match days: Sunday, 13 June | Thursday, 17 June | Tuesday, 22 June | Thursday, 24 June


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  2. Thank you for promoting Polokwane and our stadium which we are quite proud of!
    May I add that we also have a small game park 3kms from the stadium where one can view White Rhino on a 3 hour walk?
    We also have more info for those of your readers who are interested at http://www.mypolokwane.com

  3. The 2010 provincial technical committee just announced that the stadium is going to officially open in January 2010.