Polokwane will be building a new stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ that will be situated in the Peter Mokaba Sports Complex. The stadium will be approximately 5km from the city centre, with a gross seating capacity of 45,000.
It will be a welcome addition to the Limpopo Province. They have the largest number of registered football players in South Africa.
The sporting complex was named after the late Peter Mokaba, who was a political activist during apartheid. He was born and bred in Polokwane and was renowned for his fighting spirit and for being an inspiring leader.
Individual Match Tickets prices
Prices in US Dollars (US $)
|Matches||Teams||Cat. 1||Cat. 2||Cat. 3||Wheelchair|
|Group||Algeria - Slovenia||160||120||80||20|
|Group||Uruguay - France||160||120||80||20|
|Group||Greece - Argentina||160||120||80||20|
|Group||Paraguay - New Zealand||160||120||80||20|
Prices in South African Rand (ZAR)
|Matches||Teams||Cat. 1||Cat. 2||Cat. 3||Cat. 4||Wheelchair|
|Group||Algeria - Slovenia||1,120||840||560||140||140|
|Group||Uruguay - France||1,120||840||560||140||140|
|Group||Greece - Argentina||1,120||840||560||140||140|
|Group||Paraguay - New Zealand||1,120||840||560||140||140|