- Address: Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Cape Town
- Country: South Africa
- Capacity: 55,000
- Opened: 14 December 2009
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Ajax Cape Town (football), Cape Town City (football)
Extra stadium info – Cape Town Stadium
The construction of the stadium started in 2007. It is used for several events, like concerts, football, rugby sevens, rugby union and tennis. The stadium was one of the venues for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. 64,000 people showed up for the first-ever FIFA World Cup match at the Cape Town Stadium. The game between the national football teams of Uruguay and the French Republic ended in a 0-0 draw. In 2020, 51,000 people attended a tennis match at the venue. Millions of dollars were raised in aid of children’s education in Africa with the event.
Tenants and Johannes Adrianus Vonk
Ajax Cape Town and Cape Town City use the Cape Town Stadium for home games. Ajax Cape Town was founded in 1999 and Cape Town City was founded in 2016. The former goalkeeper Johannes Adrianus Vonk ended his professional football career with Ajax Cape Town. In 1998, he was the goalkeeper of South Africa in their first-ever FIFA World Cup game. The national football team of the French Republic won the game, which took place in Marseille in front of 55,000 spectators, 3-0.