Free State Sports Stadiums Clubs

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Bethlehem Bowls Club in Bethlehem

Bethlehem Bowls Club

Sports Stadiums Club in Bethlehem

This is one of the best kept bowling greens you will came across. The facilities are good and the people very nice and friendly.

Chevrolet Park in Willows

Chevrolet Park

Sports Stadiums Club in Willows

Springbok Park, now known as Chevrolet Park, is a well-equipped stadium within walking distance of Bloemfontein's city centre. The 20 000-seater stadium incorporates two large stands. Braai and cricket devotees frequent the grassy banks, perfect for big groups who enjoy a good braai session while watching cricket. Boasting excellent floodlights, the grounds are often used for festive night matches.

Free State Stadium in Willows

Free State Stadium

Sports Stadiums Club in Willows

Bloemfontein certainly doesn’t lack when it comes to sports facilities and boasts a fine assortment. The 48 000-seater Free State Stadium is companion to an international standard athletics stadium, the Goodyear Park cricket grounds which is used for international matches, an artificial turf hockey stadium and great tennis facilities. The 1995 Rugby World Cup brought about a significantly improved stadium with seating bordering the field. Bloemfontein's chief stadium has also hosted international football events – some of the 1996 African Cup of Nations matches were played here. Improvements to the Free State Stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup included enlarging the seating capacity and upgrades to all facilities.

Platberg Stadium and Platberg Mountain in Harrismith

Platberg Stadium and Platberg Mountain

Sports Stadiums Club in Harrismith

The Platberg Stadium lies at the foot of a great Eastern Free State landmark - the 9 kilometre long, 2 377 metre high Platberg Mountain. This majestic mountain range forms a stunning backdrop to the stadium.

Sports Stadiums Clubs near Free State

*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling distance.

Chevrolet Park in Willows

Chevrolet Park

Sports Stadiums Club in Willows(9.9 km from Free State)

Springbok Park, now known as Chevrolet Park, is a well-equipped stadium within walking distance of Bloemfontein's city centre. The 20 000-seater stadium incorporates two large stands. Braai and cricket devotees frequent the grassy banks, perfect for big groups who enjoy a good braai session while watching cricket. Boasting excellent floodlights, the grounds are often used for festive night matches.

Free State Stadium in Willows

Free State Stadium

Sports Stadiums Club in Willows(10.3 km from Free State)

Bloemfontein certainly doesn’t lack when it comes to sports facilities and boasts a fine assortment. The 48 000-seater Free State Stadium is companion to an international standard athletics stadium, the Goodyear Park cricket grounds which is used for international matches, an artificial turf hockey stadium and great tennis facilities. The 1995 Rugby World Cup brought about a significantly improved stadium with seating bordering the field. Bloemfontein's chief stadium has also hosted international football events – some of the 1996 African Cup of Nations matches were played here. Improvements to the Free State Stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup included enlarging the seating capacity and upgrades to all facilities.

 

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