Pápá Eréìdárayá Moses Mabhida

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Moses Mabhida Stadium
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Former names Durban Stadium (During the 2010 FIFA World Cup)
Location Masabalala Yengwa Ave, Stamford Hill, Durban, South Africa
Coordinates 29°49′44″S 31°01′49″E / 29.829°S 31.0303°E / -29.829; 31.0303Àwọn Akóìjánupọ̀: 29°49′44″S 31°01′49″E / 29.829°S 31.0303°E / -29.829; 31.0303
Broke ground 2006
Opened 28 November 2009
Renovated 2009
Expanded 2009
Owner eThekwini (Durban Metropolitan UniCity)
Surface Grass
Construction cost R 3.4 billion
(US$ 450 million)
Architect Gerkan, Marg and Partners Theunissen Jankowitz Durban, Ambro-Afrique Consultants, Osmond Lange Architects & Planners, NSM Designs, Mthulisi Msimang
Capacity 62,760 FIFA World Cup[1]
54,000 afterwards
69,000 Cricket[2]
Field dimensions Stadium: 320m x 280m x 45m, Arches: 100m
Tenants
AmaZulu
South Africa national cricket team [1]

Pápá Eréìdárayá Moses Mabhida je papa ereidaraya ni Durban, Guusu Afrika.


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  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named stadium
  2. http://www.sportal.com.au/cricket-news-display/honour-for-tendulkar-103007