One of the oldest cricket stadium equipped with Gym.crickreterswho made it big and are deceased.their ashes are in this stadium and govt has reserved some seats for free for lifetime if any family members want to see any matches.
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I'm not at liberty to say how the opportunity came about, but I've had the rare chance to stand in the centre of the Cape Town Stadium's pitch. Afterwards, walking through the stadium, I realised how the facility really rivals the best in the world:...More
We went for a rugby sevens tournament and sat in two areas, both had great views of the pitch and the large screens. There are lifts, but these were operated by stewards and were not for general public use. I assume, I hope, that if...More
We have been there twice to watch One Direction as well as Justin Bieber. Loved both especially One Direction as the sound seemed better.
We were lucky enough to know someone that could get us access to go inside without any event taking place. Was a good experience and well worth the visit.
It is by the ocean and the audiences have the chance to breath oxygen and enjoy watching the match. It is built or the world cup and it seems it is landmark of cape town with its structure and the free areas around
well worth a visit...we know a local who works there and were lucky to get a quick tour ...took some memorable photos and took in its history
we watched a Football match between Cape Town City and Betton Witts in the national league. Tickets 60 ZAR. The stadium is beautiful and while it was more than half empty there is good atmosphere from the vovozellas.
The Cape Bowl looks so majestic even from the outside. To know the history that goes with it makes it all the more interesting. Make sure to club it with a visit to Green Point Park.
From music concerts to the Rugby Sevens. This venue never disappoints. A good view of the field from any seat. The vendors always plentyful. Good security.