Cape Town Stadium
The Cape Town Stadium was built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup at a cost of R 4,4 billion.
It was opened on 14 December 2009. GMP Architects, Louis Karol Architects and Point Architects designed the stadium with a seating capacity of 55 000, which also features corporate hospitality suites, medical, training, and conferencing and banqueting facilities.
Cape Town Stadium (photo: Maryland Pride, Creative Commons license)
- Decimal degrees: -33.903399 (Latitude) 18.411138 (Longitude)
- Degrees, Minutes & Seconds: S33 54 12 (Latitude) E18 24 40 (Longitude)
- GPS: S 33 54.204 (Latitude) E 18 24.668 (Longitude)
- UTM: 34S 260623 (X) 6245537 (Y)
- Above sea level: 26 ft / 8 m
Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point, Cape Town
... also in the Green Point.
- Maryland Pride. 2013. Cape Town Stadium aerial. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cape_Town_Stadium_Aerial_View.jpg (accessed 11 May 2016).
- Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 2016. Sv. 'Cape Town Stadium'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Town_Stadium (accessed 26 December 2012).