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Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Africa

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Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Africa

Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Africa? List of the Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Africa?through the list we have prepared. Which stadiums in africa are the biggest by capacity? Have you ever wanted to find out which stadiums in Africa are the biggest? Well, if you have then there’s only one way to find out and that’s by going

Top Twenty Biggest Stadiums in Africa

The mother land Africa is filled with beautiful stadiums around the continent variety nations. The continent is rich in wealth nd cultural history and has some history and modern stadiums. Previously we wrote about the Top 10 Most Expensive Stadiums in Africa.

The continent is Surrounded wealth, and has a very interesting history and tourist features. South African stadiums hosted the FIFA World Cup for the first time in the history of the tournament and i’m sure everyone was surprised and pleased to find that Africa has one of the biggest stadiums in the world and one of the most beautiful ones.

Many people refer to the African continent as the jungle but after viewing this list im sure you will no longer think of Africa as a jungle. Here are the 20 biggest stadiums in Africa.

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List of the 20 Biggest Stadiums in Africa

Here is the full list of the biggest stadiums in Africa. Enjoy.

Stadium Capacity City Country Home Team/s
FNB Stadium 94,736 Johannesburg Biggest Stadiums in Africa South Africa South Africa national football team, Kaizer Chiefs FC
Borg El Arab Stadium 86,000 Alexandria Biggest Stadiums in Africa Egypt Egypt national football team
Stade des Martyrs 80,000 Kinshasa  DR Congo DR Congo national football team
Cairo International Stadium 74,100 Cairo  Egypt Egypt national football team, Al-Ahly, El Zamalek
Stade Mohamed V 67,000 Casablanca  Morocco Morocco, Raja Casablanca, Wydad Casablanca
July 5 Stadium 64,000 Algiers  Algeria Algeria national football team, MC Alger, USM Alger
Ellis Park Stadium 62,567 Johannesburg  South Africa Lions, Golden Lions, South Africa national rugby team
Abuja Stadium 60,491 Abuja  Nigeria Nigeria national football team
Stade 7 November 60,000 Radès  Tunisia Tunisia national football team
Stade Municipal de Kintélé 60,000 Brazzaville  Congo Congo national football team
Bahir Dar Stadium 60,000 Bahir Dar  Ethiopia Ethiopia national football team
Tanzania National Main Stadium 60,000 Dar es Salaam  Tanzania Tanzania national football team
Stade Leopold Senghor 60,000 Dakar  Senegal Senegal national football team, ASC Jeanne d’Arc
Moi International Sports Centre 60,000 Nairobi  Kenya Kenya national football team
Heroes National Stadium 60,000 Lusaka  Zambia Zambia national football team
National Sports Stadium (Zimbabwe) 60,000 Harare  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe national football team
Odi Stadium 60,000 Mabopane  South Africa Garankuwa United
May 19 Stadium 56,000 Annaba  Algeria USM Annaba
Moses Mabhida Stadium 56,000 Durban  South Africa AmaZulu F.C.
Cape Town Stadium 55,000 Cape Town  South Africa Ajax Cape Town

The Biggest stadiums in Africa

Biggest Stadiums in Africa

What is the biggest stadium in Africa? Is it Chipa United’s Nelson Mandela Bay stadium which takes the first spot on the list? Or is it Kaizer Chiefs FNB Stadium? Well, the biggest stadium in the Africa is the Soccer City stadium also known as the FNB Stadium. The South African national team and Kaizer chiefs stadium is the biggest in Africa with a capacity of 94736.

Host to the 2010 World Cup final game between the Netherlands and Spain. The FNB stadium is popularly known as the ”Soccer City” or the ”Calabash” to the people. The Johannesburg stadium is home to PSL giants Kaizer Chief and the South African national team. It has a capacity of  94,736 also making it one of the finest and Biggest Football stadiums in the world. It was the site where Nelson Mandela made his first speech after he was released from prison in 1990 and also served as a memorial service for Nelson Mandela on 10th December 2013.

It has been nicknamed the ”Calabash” because of the resemblance to the African pot. It has a construction cost of $440 million making it the third most expensive stadium in africa.

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