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Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace


Royal Bafokeng Stadium

FACTS

Name: Royal Bafokeng
City: Rustenburg
Built: 1999
Construction: minor upgrade
Construction: 2010
Gross Capacity: 42 000

The Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace was one of the stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. This time this venue will play a part inthe 2013 Afcon. The stadium is named after the Bafokeng people who live in the area.

In 1999, the Bafokeng won a legal battle, which entitled them to 20% on the platinum which is mined on their historical land. Hence, they have shares in platinum mining in the area. Upon completion, the stadium will seat 42 000.

The South African national team played a FIFA World Cup qualifying game against Bakino Faso in 2001, and won 2-1. It has been host to many Premier Soccer League games despite Rustenburg not having its own team.

The stadium is only a 25 minute drive to Sun City and 30 minutes to the Pilansberg. It is 12 kilometers from the Rustenburg city centre.

2013 Afcon Matches



Ivory Coast  v Togo January 22 17:00

Tunisia  v Algeria January 22 20:00

Ivory Coast v Tunisia January 26 17:00

Algeria v Togo January 26 20:00

Ethiopia v Nigeria January 29 19:00

Algeria v Ivory Coast January 30 19:00

Winner Group D v Runner-up Group C February 3 17:00







MATCHES IN 2010

Date - Time Stage          
12 June - 20:30 Group C
England 1-1 USA
15 June - 13:30 Group F
New Zealand 1-1 Slovakia
19 June - 16:00 Group D
Ghana 1-1 Australia
22 June - 16:00 Group A
Mexico 0-1 Uruguay
24 June - 20:30 Group E
Denmark 1-3 Japan
26 June - 20:30 Round of 16   USA 1-2 Ghana

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