Pápá Eréìdárayá Cape Town

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Cape Town Stadium
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Location Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point, Cape Town, South Africa
Coordinates 33°54′12.46″S 18°24′40.15″E / 33.9034611°S 18.4111528°E / -33.9034611; 18.4111528
Broke ground 26 March 2007
Opened 14 December 2009
Owner City of Cape Town
Surface Grass
Construction cost R 4.4 billion
(USD $ 600 million
£ 415 million)
Architect GMP Architects, Louis Karol Architects, Point Architects
General Contractor Murray and Roberts/ WBHO
Capacity 64,100 (FIFA)[1]
55,000 (Legacy) (football)
Field dimensions 290 x 265 x 48 m [2]
Tenants
Ajax Cape Town (PSL) (2010-present)
2010 FIFA World Cup

Pápá Eréìdárayá Cape Town je papa ereidaraya ni Cape Town, Guusu Afrika.


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  2. http://www.capetownmagazine.com/news/68-000-Seats-2-300-Workers-1-New-Green-Point-Stadium/10_22_10140