- Address: 44 Isaiahntshangase Road, Durban
- Country: South Africa
- Capacity: 56,000
- Opened: 28 November 2009
- Main use: Football
Extra stadium info – Moses Mabhida Stadium
The construction of the Moses Mabhida Stadium, which is among the main sports venues in South Africa, started in 2006. It became a venue for several events, like bungee jumping, concerts, cricket, football, golf practice, motorsport and rugby union. The stadium was one of the 2010 FIFA World Cup venues. Its capacity for the 2010 FIFA World Cup matches was 62,000. The stadium hosted eight matches for the world championship. The first one was won by the national football team of Germany after defeating Australia 4-0. 62,000 spectators attended the game. Brazil, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the Portuguese Republic, the Slovak Republic, Spain and the Swiss Confederation also played at the Moses Mabhida Stadium during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
In 2012, the venue hosted its first match of the world famous English football club Manchester United, one of the first sports teams with 10 million followers on its main social media page. Manchester United won their first world championship title in 1999 after beating the Brazilian side Palmeiras. In 2008, they won their second world championship title after defeating LDU from Ecuador.