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Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

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Eastern Cape > Port Elizabeth > North End

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The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is situated in the North End of Port Elizabeth on the shores of the North End Lake. This state of the art multipurpose stadium was constructed to host 8 games during the 2010 FIFA World Cup which was hosted by South Africa with Port Elizabeth being one of the host cities.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is situated in the North End of Port Elizabeth on the shores of the North End Lake. This state of the art multipurpose stadium was constructed to host 8 games during the 2010 FIFA World Cup which was hosted by South Africa with Port Elizabeth being one of the host cities.

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is built for your enjoyment and ready to host events of all nature. With both sea and lake views visible from the inside the stadium, spectators are treated not only to sporting fixtures but also breathtaking views of the city and surrounds.

The stadium was constructed by Grinaker-LTA in a 50:50 joint venture with Dutch company Interbeton, since March 15, 2007, when the tender was awarded. The architectural companies wre: Architectural Design Associates (Port Elizabeth)(PTY)Ltd. And Dominic Bonnesse Architects cc.

The Stadium Capacity is 48 459. The building is approx. 40m high from field level to top of roof and consists of six levels in West Stand and 5 levels in the North, South and East Stands.

The stadium offers conferencing facilities in over 50 venues for Gala dinners, conferences, weddings and cocktail functions.