Pápá Eréìdárayá Etíomi Nelson Mandela

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Pápá Eréìdárayá Etíomi Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
The Sunflower
Full name Nelson Mandela Bay Multi-Purpose Stadium
Location 70 Prince Alfred Road
North End
Port Elizabeth
South Africa[1]
Coordinates 33°56′16″S 25°35′56″E / 33.93778°S 25.59889°E / -33.93778; 25.59889Àwọn Akóìjánupọ̀: 33°56′16″S 25°35′56″E / 33.93778°S 25.59889°E / -33.93778; 25.59889
Broke ground 2007
Opened 6 June 2009 (first event)
16 June 2009 (first match)
28 February 2010 (official opening)
Renovated 2009
Expanded 2009
Owner Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality
Operator Access Facilities and Leisure Management (Pty) Limited
Surface Grass
Construction cost Rand 2.05 billion
(USD $ 270 million)
Architect Architectural Design Associates(Pty)Ltd & Dominic Bonnesse Architects cc
Capacity 42,486 (2010 FIFA World Cup)[2]
48,459 (Football and Rugby)[1]
Field dimensions Football – 105m X 68m
Rugby – 100m X 70m
Tenants
Eastern Province Kings (Currie Cup) (2010- present)
South Africa Sevens (IRB Sevens World Series) (2011–present)

Pápá Eréìdárayá Etíomi Nelson Mandela tabi Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium je papa ereidaraya ni to ni aye ijoko 48,459 ni Port Elizabeth ni orile-ede Guusu Afrika.


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