Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane

2010-05-07 10:45
Where it is
Polokwane, Limpopo Province

360 Degree view from the Pitch

Getting there by public transport:
Trains, minibus taxis and metered taxis are available should you need public transport to get around in Polokwane.

Driving directions and parking options:
Park and ride facilities will also be available.

45 000

Match Schedule

13 June - 13:30         Group C      Algeria        v      Slovenia 

17 June - 20:30         Group A      France         v      Mexico 

22 June - 20:30         Group B      Greece         v      Argentina 

24 June - 16:00         Group F       Paraguay     v     New Zealand 

Full World Cup Fixtures

About the Stadium
Named after one of the renowned sons of the struggle and emancipation of South Africa against the apartheid regime, the Peter Mokaba Stadium holds much historical significance in South Africa.

Peter Mokaba was born and bred in Polokwane and was renowned for his fighting spirit and his inspirational leadership.

The design of the  largely concrete structure  is inspired by the locally iconic Baobab tree, with the steel structure supporting the roof plane gathered together at each corner of the stadium and supported by giant ‘trunk' structures which accommodate vertical circulation ramps and service cores. The stadium was built next to the old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane in the Limpopo Province. The newly-built Peter Mokaba stadium is situated approximately 5km from the city centre, with a total seating capacity of 45 000.

Nearby attractions
The Bakone Malapa Northern Sotho Open-Air Museum
4x4 game drives through Polokwane Game Reserve
Meropa Casino and Entertainment World

Pubs, nightlife and restaurants in the area
There are excellent local restaurants and bars in Polokwane, try The Cock 'n Bull in Savannah Mall for a lively local atmosphere. Click [here] for more places to eat and socialise.

Accommodation in the area:

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