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Moses-Mabhida-Stadium, DurbanNew Stadium (completion in 2009)
Named in the beginning: King-Senzangakhona-Stadium
Durban has a long soccer history. The first league of South Africa started their operations in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. The biggest game ever been played at Durban, was in 2003, the match between South Africa and England. Furthermore Durban was the venue of the first game of the South African national team after the apartheid.
At that time South Africa won in King´s Park 1:0 against Cameroon. In the African Cup in 1996 Durban was venue of Group-, Quarter- and semi final games. Tunesia won the game 4:2 against Zambia and qualified themselves for the final. The new Durban-Stadium was built on the place, where King´s Park Stadium was placed which was knocked down in the meantime. It shall be a worldclass venue for future football games.
After the modification the stadium provides seats for 70000 spectators. The stadium is affected visually by two steel arches, which overdraw the roof of the stadium with a height of 100 metres. The new stadium with its 3 ranks is an element of King´s Park Sport Centre in Durban.
The Sport Centre offers facilities for different sports , for example athletics, rugby, golf and swimming.
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