Moses Mabhida Stadium
Located in KwaZulu Natal in the beautiful City of Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium is named after a hero of the working class. The Moses Mabhida Stadium is located adjacent the ABSA Stadium in the Kings Park Sporting Precinct - a site located in Stamford Hill, is a world class multi-purpose stadium used for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Key Matches and Dates:
• Monday, 28 June 2010 - Round of 16 - Netherlands vs Slovakia - Result: 2-1
• Wednesday, 7 July 2010 - Semi Final - Germany vs Spain - Result: 0-1
First Round Matches at Moses Mabhida Stadium:
• Saturday 13 June 2010 - Germany vs Australia - Result: 4-0
• Wednesday 16 June 2010 - Spain vs Switzerland - Result: 0-1
• Saturday 19 June 2010 - Netherlands vs Japan - Result: 1-0
• Tuesday 22 June 2010 - Nigeria vs Korea Republic - Result: 2-2
• Friday 25 June 2010 - Portugal vs Brazil - Result: 0-0
To make way for this prestigious contribution Kings Park Stadium was demolished in late 2006 to develop a new stadium complex set to comprise of an adjoining indoor arena, sporting museum, sport institute and a new transmodal transportation station in preparations ahead of the world showpiece. Scheduled to host the 2010 Fifa World Cup five group matches, one second round match, one quarter final and a semi-final match; the catering capacity is set to comprise of 70 000 spectator seats. There are plans and allocations to increase the capacity of the stadium to 84 000 seats in the future to further accommodate major events such as Olympics.
Distances to Moses Mabhida Stadium from:
King Shaka International Airport - 42km
Suncoast Casino FTC - 1km
Gateway Theatre of Shopping - 18km
Accommodation in Durban and near Moses Mabhida Stadium:
Find Accommodation in Durban for the 2010 World Cup by using our Durban map designed to show distances in kilometres from the stadium to towns and suburbs within a 10km, 20km and 30km radius to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. See: Moses Mabhida Stadium Accommodation
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