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FNB Stadium
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Ranked #20 of 186 things to do in Johannesburg
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Reviewed 27 November 2013

This is truly one of the best event stadiums that I have ever been to. It is easy to get to and easy to get out of - superb.

Thank Stef M
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Reviewed 25 November 2013

This is the stadium that hosted the Soccer World Cup final in 2010 and I think it is world class!

The design is ethnically South African and the atmosphere in the stadium is electric during matches.

I was there for the African Cup of Nations matches and it brought back wonderful memories from the World Cup days!

1  Thank Mohammed L
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Reviewed 23 November 2013

Only saw it from the outside and it looked pretty impressive. Parking is almost nonexistent as everyone gets the special train in and out. Supporters from Soweto walk up to ten miles round trip to watch a game. It looks in the middle of nowhere. If staying in Northern suburbs, the logistics of watching an evening game and getting home OK are slim.

1  Thank Dorsetbruce
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Reviewed 23 October 2013

15 of us went to Soccer city to watch SA vs Argentina. (3 were from the UK). 5 mobile phones and 1 wallet was stolen. Little Sowetans running all over the place , pickpocketing and causing mayhem. How did they afford to purchase tickets for the game....eish never again

1  Thank Paul A
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

This facility is just awesome...almost 100.000 seats...one of the biggest stadiums of the world...it`s very new and it`s normally used for concerts or sport matches (football or rugby). the only problem is the roads connection. during a very important event stadium will be sold out and roads to get there will be crowded and they are not built for such a big crowd...you can even be stucked in traffic for several hours to get or leave the stadium like I`ve been for Rihanna`s concert.

Thank FabiusBari
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