Peter Mokaba Stadium

Peter Mokaba

Named in memory a former leader of the ANC Youth League, the Peter Mokaba Stadium is used to host both football and rugby matches. It is located near Polokwane city centre, a few hundred metres east of the old stadium of the same name.

The Peter Mokaba Stadium was used by FIFA to help host the 2010 World Cup. It hosted four matches in the group stage of the tournament.

Location: Polokwane

Capacity: 41,733

Construction: The stadium opened in 2010.

Matches: Algeria 0 : 1 Slovenia (June 13), France 0 : 2 Mexico (June 17), Greece 0 : 2 Argentina (June 22), Paraguay 0 : 0 New Zealand (June 24)

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.