One Two Soccer is proud to bring you the complete local guide to South Africa’s football stadiums. A brief history and overview of the stadium’s security, parking, seating, concessions and even typical crowd atmosphere is detailed each review.
Home to some South Africa’s most successful clubs of all-time, the Gauteng province is also where many of South Africa’s football stadiums are located.
The Free State is where you will find some of South Africa’s loudest supporters. The Bloemfontein Celtic supporters are renowned for setting the best atmosphere for Premier Soccer League matches.
Due to the lack of representation in the Premier Soccer Leagues over the years, the Eastern Cape has struggled to embed a strong football culture. The 2010 FIFA World Cup threw this province a lifeline with the construction of the picturesque Nelson Mandela Bay stadium.
The Moses Mabhida stadium has become the preferred neutral ground for major PSL cup finals as well as the regular venue for Bafana Bafana fixtures. KZN is arguably the third most prominent province in terms local football, after Gauteng and Western Cape.