Moses Mabhida Stadium

Moses Mabhida Stadium

Named after a former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party, the Moses Mabhida Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Durban.

The stadium was used by to host seven matches during World Cup 2010. These included five group matches as well as a second round (last 16) game and the Germany v Spain semi-final.


Location: Durban

Capacity: 62,760

Construction: Builders broke ground in 2006, completing construction in 2009.

Matches: Germany 4 : 0 Australia (June 13), Spain 0 : 1 Switzerland (June 16), Netherlands 1 : 0 Japan (June 19), Nigeria 2 : 2 South Korea (June 22), Brazil 0 : 0 Portugal (June 25), Netherlands 2 : 1 Slovakia (June 28), semi-final Germany 0 : 1 Spain (July 6)


World Cup 2010 Venues : Soccer City, Ellis Park Stadium, Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Cape Town Stadium, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Peter Mokaba Stadium, Mbombela Stadium, Free State Stadium and Royal Bafokeng Stadium.