Peter Mokaba Stadium
The Peter Mokaba Stadium is situated in Polokwane (previously known as Pietersburg), the capital of Limpopo, South Africa. The Peter Mokaba Stadium is the first world class football venue in the soccer mad province of Limpopo. Four two tier stands bring the seating capacity to 46,000. Peter Mokaba Stadium is named after the late Peter Mokaba, a controversial anti-apartheid activist who was born in Polokwane.
First Round Matches and Dates:
• Sunday, 13 June 2010 - Algeria vs Slovenia: Result 0-1
• Thursday, 17 June 2010 - France vs Mexico: Result 0-2
• Tuesday, 22 June 2010 - Greece vs Argentina: Result 0-2
• Thursday, 24 June 2010 - Paraguy vs New Zealand: Result 0-0
The Stadium will host several first-round matches of the 2010 Football World Cup. After the World Cup, Peter Mokaba stadium will become home to local soccer teams, showcasing a wide range of sports events including rugby.
Accommodation in Polokwane and near Peter Mokaba Stadium:
Find Accommodation in Limpopo for the 2010 World Cup by using our Limpopo map designed to show distances in kilometres from the Peter Mokaba Stadium to towns within a 50km, 100km, 150km and 200km radius to the Stadium. See: Peter Mokaba Stadium Accommodation .
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