Mpumalanga Sports Stadiums Clubs

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Alkmaar Raceway in Nelspruit

Alkmaar Raceway

Sports Stadiums Club in Nelspruit

Alkmaar Raceway is a world class Motocross venue hosting national and international events. The 2008 World Motocross Grand Prix took place here.

Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit

Mbombela Stadium

Sports Stadiums Club in Nelspruit

The Mbombela Stadium is one of the new stadiums constructed for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The elevated stadium can comfortably seat 40,000 people and has excellent views from all positions. Situated eight kilometres north of Nelspruit, it is the closest venue to the hugely popular Kruger National Park. The bustling boom town of Nelspruit is the gateway to Kruger National Park. This busy commercial centre has excellent facilities, shopping malls and air links with Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Maputo. Nelspruit is also a major stopover for motorists travelling on the N4 en route to Kruger National Park, Swaziland and Mozambique. It is situated really close to Malelane Gate and Crocodile Bridge Gate, entrances to the Kruger National Park.

Secunda Stadium in Secunda

Secunda Stadium

Sports Stadiums Club in Secunda

Sport stadium used for all kinds of sport and functions or celebrations

Sports Stadiums Clubs near Mpumalanga

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

Harry Gwala in Scottsville

Harry Gwala

Sports Stadiums Club in Scottsville(27.3 km from Mpumalanga)

Harry Gwala Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Premier Soccer League club Maritzburg United. In 2008 the stadium had a capacity of 10,000, but around September 2009 it was upgraded to 12,000 seats. The stadium is named after ANC politician Harry Gwala.

Durban Stadium in Stamford Hill

Durban Stadium

Sports Stadiums Club in Stamford Hill(52.7 km from Mpumalanga)

Durban's stadium, the Moses Mabhida Stadium, played host to one of the 2010 Fifa World Cup semi-finals. This brand new stadium lies next to the Mr Price Kings Park Stadium, providing seating for up to 80 000 fans. The entire area is extensibly developed and incorporates Olympic-standard football, athletics and swimming facilities. The vibey and colourful semi-tropical city of Durban has strong eastern ties. It's a truly multicultural city with a strong emphasis on the beach. Pack your boardshorts or bikini, sunglasses and skimpy evening gear and revel in Durban's endless summer – it averages 320 days of sunshine a year. Needing some action? The surfing's great in the heart of the city and up or down the coast, there's awesome diving with sharks on the South Coast and beautiful coral reefs up in the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, along with fantastic wildlife viewing there and at Hluhluwe/Umfolozi. Durban is KwaZulu-Natal's holiday Mecca and there's a wide range of beachfront accommodation to suit all pockets along the coastline.

Durban Undersea Club in Durban Beachfront

Durban Undersea Club

Sports Stadiums Club in Durban Beachfront(55.3 km from Mpumalanga)

Durban’s popular club for ocean lovers couldn’t be better situated - right on Durban’s Beachfront at Vetch's Pier, between Ushaka Marine World and the northern harbour breakwater.The Durban Undersea Club (DUC) is a family orientated, social activities club for people that are passionate about the ocean and beaches. The club offers numerous activities like scuba diving, spearfishing, underwater hockey, underwater photography, boating and surf skiing.DUC has a fully equipped dive locker with a 450lt/min air and nitrox compressor and 12 sets of Scuba equipment, a washing up area with rinse baths and showers for dive kit and boats. There’s also a bar and kitchen facilities, ablutions, dining area, function facilities, safe parking with controlled access and easy foot access to the beach from the sun tanning lawn area.The beach in front of the clubhouse is protected from large waves and currents by the Vetch's pier breakwater, a 500m long submerged reef which, along with adjacent limestone reef, is home to hundreds of species of marine life and is a great snorkel and or shallow Scuba dive (max 6m depth). The calm waters and protection from the Bluff makes the DUC beach one of the safest and best for beachgoers with children.


Did you know? Mpumalanga Sports Stadiums Clubs is often misspelt. Here are some variations:

Eastern Transvaal Sports Stadiums Clubs, mapumalanga Sports Stadiums Clubs,


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