Top 10 World Class Football Stadiums In Africa

The following is an incomplete list of sports stadiums in Africa. They are in order by their capacity, that is the maximum number of spectators the stadium can accommodate. Most large stadiums in Africa are used for football (soccer), with some also used for athletics and rugby union. Currently all African stadiums with a capacity of 25,000 or more are included. Soccer City in Johannesburg is currently the largest stadium in Africa since its capacity was increased to 94,700 for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This event, which took place in June–July, was the first time an African country has hosted the World Cup. The Olympic Games have never been staged in Africa.

At a construction cost of $600 million, the Cape Town Stadium, located in the legislative capital of South Africa is the most expensive stadium in Africa. The stadium, which is often referred to as the “Green Point Stadium” because it sits on the piece land that previously housed the Green Point stadium, was constructed by an indigenous company, Murray & Roberts Construction Company.

Football has always fascinated the entire African continent. The 2010 FIFA World Cup, organized in South Africa, was one of the best editions of the most prestigious championship in world. This success can not only be explained by the passion that Africans have for football, but also by the fact that some African countries have managed to set up sport infrastructures that are not different from those built in the other continents of the world.

Below is a list of the ten finest football stadiums built in Africa – a list chosen by Africa.com taking into account the capacity, attractiveness, comfort, and ability to host the world’s greatest sporting events.

Soccer City Stadium (South Africa)

Soccer City Stadium (South Africa)

Located in Johannesburg, South Africa, Soccer City Stadium is currently the largest stadium in Africa with a capacity of 94,700 seats. This stadium, also known as FNB Stadium (First National Bank Stadium), was built in 1987 in the province of Gauteng with a capacity of 80,000 seats before the renovations to reach 94,700 were made to be the main stadium to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

The stadium has been used for different sporting, cultural, and political events. The first major public appearance of Nelson Mandela took place in Soccer City in 1990. Three years later, thousands of people came to pay a final tribute to Chris Hani, one of the South Africa’s leaders. In 1996, the venue hosted the CAF African Cup of Nations finals, which saw South Africa triumph at home. However, the most historical moment of the stadium was the final match of the 2010 FIFA World Cup between Netherlands and Spain.

The stadium that cost US$ 440 million is located a few steps from SAFA House (South African Football Association House). It now hosts the international and friendly games of the national team of South Africa in addition to the local and continental matches of Kaizer Chief FC.

Borj Al Arab Stadium (Egypt)

Borj Al Arab Stadium (Egypt)

Located 25 kilometers west of Alexandria Egypt, the Borj Al Arab Stadium is a multi-purpose sports stadium. It is the largest stadium in Egypt and the second largest in the continent (after Johannesburg’s Soccer City stadium). It’s the home venue of the Egyptian national team with a capacity of 86,000.

Borj Alarab Stadium was constructed by Egyptian Armed Forces Corps of Engineers (EAFCE) and was open for local and international tournaments in 2007.

Moses Mabhida Stadium (South Africa)

Moses Mabhida Stadium (South Africa)

South Africa once again is in the top with this magnificent stadium named after Moses Mabhida, a former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party. The stadium is located in Durban, close to the Indian Ocean Promenade with a capacity of 70,000 seats. It is equipped with a terminal for passengers including a station, parking, and park & ride facilities for spectators.

The “Durban Stadium”, which cost about US$ 440 million, truly embodies the architectural innovation of South Africa. The design, chosen by Gerhard le Roux, was inspired by the national flag of the country. The large arch that surrounds it represents the unity of the nation through sport. The two branches of the arc on the south and north sides meet to form the same branch, a symbol of the country’s unity.

Cape Town Stadium (South Africa)

Cape Town Stadium (South Africa)

The Cape Town Stadium is located in Cape Town, South Africa. It is dedicated to rugby and football games with a capacity of 69,070 seats. This stadium remains one of the most beautiful sportive monuments in Africa. It came at a cost of US$ 600 million in hopes to be one of the 10 stadiums to host the FIFA world cup of 2010. It replaced a former stadium with the same name, which was demolished in 2007. That stadium was 18,000 seats and housed the football teams of the Santos Football Club and Ajax Cape Town.

The Cape Town Stadium stands in the neighbourhood of Green Point, between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean near the downtown area and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront touristic area. It officially opened on December 14, 2009. The first match took place on January 23, 2010 with the Cape Derby between the Ajax Cape Town FC and Santos Cape Town FC in front of 20,000 spectators.

Abuja National Stadium (Nigeria)

Abuja National Stadium (Nigeria)

The Abuja National Stadium is located in Abuja, Nigeria, and it is the home of the national team of Nigeria. With 60,491 seats, the stadium was constructed to host the 8th edition of the African Games in 2003. This attractive infrastructure was designed by Schlaich Bergermann & Partner and it remains one of the best stadiums in Africa. Its beautiful, artistic design shows the big construction budget of US$ 360 million.

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (South Africa)

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (South Africa)

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth is one of five stadiums that were built entirely for the 2010 World Cup. The stadium was constructed in a very attractive location, two kilometers from the coast of the Indian Ocean. It was designed and planned by Gerkan, Marg and Associates (German architects).

Its name was not directly given in honor of Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa, but is the name of the metropolis of the agglomeration of Port Elizabeth-Uitenhage-Despatch. The latter was named Nelson Mandela Bay in tribute to this legendary personality.

The Stadium has a capacity of 46,000 seats and was one of the main stadiums to host the FIFA World Cup matches in 2010.

Peter Mokaba Stadium (South Africa)

Peter Mokaba Stadium (South Africa)

The Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane is one of the five stadiums that were built for the 2010 World Cup. The current structure is a modernization and extension of the old stadium which had only one grandstand and three standing areas. In March 2007, authorities decided to build a new stadium so that it could become the center of an enthusiastic football population. The stadium, which was constructed in the capital of Limpopo province, was named after politician and activist Peter Mokaba (deceased). It has a capacity of 45,500 seats, and it is both a football and a rugby union stadium.

Mbombela Stadium (South Africa)

Mbombela Stadium (South Africa)

The Mbombela Stadium was built specifically for the 2010 FIFA World Cup on an open land, seven kilometers west of Mbombela, South Africa. The stadium takes its name from the local municipality of Mbombela in the Mpumalanga province which includes the town of Nelspruit. Mbombela means in SiSwati, “many people in little space”.

The stadium is located approximately 12 kilometers from the Kruger-Mpumalanga airport. It has the shape of a rectangle with rounded corners, which allows 40,929 spectators to have an excellent view of the terrain.

The Mbombela Stadium, which cost US$ 150 million, was constructed by South Basil Read Construction and Bouygues. It opened in October 2009.

Stade d’Angondjé (Gabon)

Stade d’Angondjé (Gabon)

Located in Libreville, Stade D’Angondjé (or Libreville Friendship Stadium, as its name indicates), is the fruit of a good friendship between Gabon and China. Built by Shanghai Construction Group, it is a beautiful building with 40,000 seats. The stadium which is located in the Angondjé district, was the main stadium to host the African Cup of Nations in 2012 and 2017. The first time players touched the turf was during a match between Gabon and Brazil on November 10, 2011.

The stadium of the Sino-Gabonese friendship is 320 meters long making it a 36,000 m2 metallic structure.

Chiazi National Stadium (Angola)

Chiazi National Stadium (Angola)

Located in Cabinda, Angola, the National Stadium of Chiazi is a multi-sport stadium, with a capacity of 20,000 seats. It was built over an 18-month period by China Jiangsu International and cost approximately US $80 million.

The stadium, which was inaugurated on December 30, 2009, is used mainly for football matches and it has been hosting important events such as the Africa Cup of Nations held in Angola in 2010. The stadium is home to the Cabinda Football Club.

Current stadiums

Capacity of 25,000 or more[edit]

StadiumCapacityCityCountryHome Team/s
FNB Stadium94,736Johannesburg South AfricaSouth Africa national football teamKaizer Chiefs FC
Borg El Arab Stadium86,000Alexandria EgyptEgypt national football teamAl IttihadSmouha
Stade des Martyrs80,000Kinshasa DR CongoDR Congo national football team
Cairo International Stadium74,100Cairo EgyptEgypt national football teamAl AhlyZamalek
Stade Mohamed V67,000Casablanca MoroccoMorocco national football teamRaja CasablancaWydad Casablanca
July 5 Stadium64,000Algiers AlgeriaAlgeria national football teamMC AlgerUSM Alger
Ellis Park Stadium62,567Johannesburg South AfricaLionsGolden LionsSouth Africa national rugby team
Abuja Stadium60,491Abuja NigeriaNigeria national football team
Stade 7 November60,000Radès TunisiaTunisia national football team
Stade Municipal de Kintélé60,000Brazzaville CongoCongo national football team
Bahir Dar Stadium60,000Bahir Dar EthiopiaEthiopia national football team
Tanzania National Main Stadium60,000Dar es Salaam TanzaniaTanzania national football team
Stade Leopold Senghor60,000Dakar SenegalSenegal national football teamASC Jeanne d’Arc
Moi International Sports Centre60,000Nairobi KenyaKenya national football team
Heroes National Stadium60,000Lusaka ZambiaZambia national football team
National Sports Stadium60,000Harare ZimbabweZimbabwe national football team
Odi Stadium60,000Mabopane South AfricaGarankuwa United
May 19 Stadium56,000Annaba AlgeriaUSM Annaba
Moses Mabhida Stadium56,000Durban South AfricaAmaZulu F.C.
Cape Town Stadium55,000Cape Town South AfricaAjax Cape Town
Kings Park Stadium52,000Durban South AfricaSharksSharks (Currie Cup)South Africa national rugby team
Stade Moulay Abdellah52,000Rabat MoroccoAS FARMorocco national football team
Loftus Versfeld Stadium51,762Pretoria South AfricaBullsBlue BullsSouth Africa national rugby team
Newlands Stadium51,100Cape Town South AfricaStormersWestern ProvinceSouth Africa national rugby team
June 11 Stadium50,000Tripoli LibyaLibya national football teamAl-AhlyAl-IttihadAl Madina Tripoli
Estádio 11 de Novembro50,000Luanda AngolaAngola national football teamPetro Luanda
Stade 26 mars50,000Bamako MaliMali national football teamStade Malien
Nongo Stadium50,000Conakry GuineaGuinea national football team
Stade Tata Raphaël50,000Kinshasa DR CongoAS Vita ClubDC Motema Pembe
Levy Mwanawasa Stadium49,800Ndola ZambiaZambia national football teamZESCO United F.C.
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium48,459Port Elizabeth South AfricaSouthern KingsEastern Province ElephantsSouth Africa Sevens
Peter Mokaba Stadium46,000Polokwane South AfricaSouth Africa national football team
Free State Stadium46,000Bloemfontein South AfricaCheetahsFree State CheetahsSouth Africa national rugby team
Stade Adrar45,480Agadir MoroccoHassania Agadir
Stade de Marrakech45,240Marrakech MoroccoKawkab Marrakech
Mandela National Stadium45,202[1]Kampala UgandaUganda Revenue Authority FCUganda Police FCUganda national football team
Stade El Menzah45,000Tunis TunisiaEspérance de TunisClub Africain
February 24 Stadium45,000Sidi Bel Abbes AlgeriaUSM Bel-Abbès
Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium45,000Constantine AlgeriaCS ConstantineMO Constantine
Egyptian Army Stadium45,000Suez EgyptPetrojet
Stade Ibn Batouta45,000Tanger MoroccoIttihad de Tanger
Fez Stadium45,000Fes MoroccoMaghreb Fez
Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny45,000Abidjan Ivory CoastASEC Mimosas
Lagos National Stadium45,000Lagos NigeriaAbandoned in 2004
Al-Merrikh Stadium43,000Omdurman SudanSudan national football teamAl-Merrikh
Estádio da Machava42,000Maputo MozambiqueMozambique national football team
Estádio do Zimpeto42,000Maputo Mozambique2011 All-Africa Games
Royal Bafokeng Stadium42,000Rustenburg South AfricaPlatinum Stars
Bingu National Stadium40,090[2]Lilongwe MalawiMalawi national football team
Mbombela Stadium40,929Nelspruit South AfricaBidvest Wits FC
Baba Yara Stadium40,528Kumasi GhanaAsante KotokoKing Faisal Babes
Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo40,122Yaoundé CameroonCanon YaoundéTonnerre Yaoundé
Ahmed Zabana Stadium40,000Oran AlgeriaMC OranAlgeria national rugby team
Rouibah Hocine Stadium40,000Jijel AlgeriaJS Djijel
Kamazu Stadium40,000Blantyre MalawiMalawi national football team
March 28 Stadium40,000Benghazi LibyaLibya national football teamAl-AhlyAl-NasrAl Tahaddy
Accra Sports Stadium40,000Accra GhanaAccra Hearts of Oak Sporting ClubGreat Olympics
Stade d’Angondjé40,000Libreville GabonGabon national football team
Stade du 4-Août40,000Ouagadougou Burkina FasoBurkina Faso national football teamEtoile Filante Ouagadougou
Thohoyandou Stadium40,000Thohoyandou South AfricaBlack Leopards
Orlando Stadium40,000Soweto South AfricaOrlando Pirates
Barbourfields Stadium40,000Bulawayo ZimbabweHighlanders F.C.
Civo Stadium40,000Lilongwe MalawiCIVO United
Estádio da Cidadela40,000Luanda AngolaPetro AtleticoSport Luanda e BenficaClube Desportivo Primeiro de Agosto
Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium38,000Port Harcourt NigeriaDolphins FC
Johannesburg Stadium37,500Johannesburg South AfricaOrlando Pirates
National Stadium (Sierra Leone)36,000Freetown Sierra LeoneSierra Leone national football teamEast End LionsMighty BlackpoolPorts Authority F.C.
Estadio de Bata35,700Bata Equatorial GuineaEquatorial Guinea national football team
Osman Ahmed Osman Stadium35,000Cairo EgyptAl Mokawloon Al Arab
Stade Bouaké35,000Bouaké Ivory CoastASC Bouaké
Mustapha Tchaker Stadium35,000Blida AlgeriaUSM BlidaAlgeria national football team
Al-Hilal Stadium35,000Omdurman SudanAl-Hilal
CCM Kirumba Stadium35,000Mwanza TanzaniaToto African
Charles Mopeli Stadium35,000Phuthaditjhaba South AfricaFree State Stars
Honneur Stadium35,000Oujda MoroccoMouloudia Oujda
Pietersburg Stadium35,000Polokwane South AfricaRia Stars
Muhammadu Dikko Stadium35,000Katsina NigeriaKatsina United
Rufaro Stadium35,000Harare ZimbabweDynamos FC
Stade de l’Amitié35,000Cotonou BeninBenin national football team
Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny35,000Abidjan Ivory CoastASEC Mimosas
Mogadishu Stadium65,000Mogadishu SomaliaSomalia national football team
Stade Général Seyni Kountché35,000Niamey NigerSahel SC
National Complex (Liberia)35,000Monrovia LiberiaLiberia national football team
Stade Municipal de Lubumbashi35,000Lubumbashi DR CongoTP Mazembe
Complexo da Sr. da Graça35,000Benguela AngolaPrimeiro de Maio
Wanderers Stadium34,000Johannesburg South AfricaHighveld Lions cricket teamTransvaal cricket teamSouth Africa national cricket team
Athlone Stadium34,000Cape Town South AfricaChippa UnitedSantos Cape Town
EPRU Stadium33,852Port Elizabeth South AfricaBay United FC
Stade Alphonse Massemba-Débat33,037Brazzaville CongoCARA BrazzavilleEtoile du Congo
Addis Abeba Stadium33,000Addis Ababa EthiopiaSaint-George SA
Olympia Stadium32,000Rustenburg South AfricaSouth Africa national football teamSouth Africa national rugby team
August 20, 1955 Stadium30,000Skikda AlgeriaJSM Skikda
Ahmed Kaïd Stadium30,000Tiaret AlgeriaJSM Tiaret
Stade Tahar Zoughari30,000Relizane AlgeriaRC Relizane
Godswill Akpabio International Stadium30,000Uyo NigeriaNigeria national football teamAkwa United
Jalingo City Stadium30,000Jalingo NigeriaTaraba FC
Stade Amahoro30,000Kigali RwandaAmavubi
Nyayo National Stadium30,000Nairobi KenyaKenya national football teamA.F.C. LeopardsSofapaka
Stade de Kégué30,000Lomé TogoTogo national football team
Independence Stadium (Bakau)30,000Bakau GambiaGambia national football team
Rand Stadium30,000Johannesburg South AfricaSouth Africa national football teamKaizer Chiefs FC
Stade Municipal (Ouagadougou)30,000Ouagadougou Burkina FasoSantos Football Club
Stade Municipal (Bobo Dioulasso)30,000Bobo-Dioulasso Burkina FasoAssociation Sportive des Fonctionnaires de BoboRacing Club de Bobo
Stade de la Réunification30,000Douala CameroonUnion DoualaLes Astres FC
Beni Ebeid Stadium30,000Beni Ebeid EgyptBeni Ebeid
Al Salam Stadium30,000Cairo EgyptEl Entag El Harby
30 June Stadium30,000Cairo EgyptEgypt national football team
Independence Stadium (Zambia)30,000Lusaka ZambiaGreen BuffaloesZambia national football team
Stade Cheikh Laaghdef30,000El Aaiún MoroccoJeunesse Massira
Nakivubo Stadium30,000Kampala UgandaSimba FCKCCA FC
Stade Larbi Zaouli30,000Casablanca MoroccoTihad Sportif Casablanca
Abebe Bikila Stadium30,000Addis Ababa EthiopiaDedebit F.C.
Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium28,900Pretoria South AfricaSupersport UnitedMamelodi Sundowns
Cairo Military Academy Stadium28,500Cairo EgyptWadi Degla
Stade Olympique de Sousse28,000Sousse TunisiaÉtoile du Sahel
Francistown Stadium27,000Francistown BotswanaBotswana national football teamTAFIC
Suez Stadium27,000Suez EgyptMontakhab SuezPetrojet
Botswana National Stadium25,000Gaborone BotswanaTownship RollersGaborone United
Stade de Franceville25,000Franceville GabonGabon national football team
Stade Messaoud Zougar25,000El Eulma AlgeriaMC El Eulma
Stade 8 Mai 194525,000Sétif AlgeriaES Sétif
Ghazl El Mahalla Stadium25,000El Mahalla El Kubra EgyptGhazl El Mahalla
Stade du 28 Septembre25,000Conakry GuineaGuinea national football team
U. J. Esuene Stadium25,000Calabar NigeriaCalabar Rovers
Obafemi Awolowo Stadium25,000Ibadan NigeriaNigeria national football team
Civo Stadium25,000Lilongwe MalawiCivo United
Stade Modibo Kéïta25,000Bamako MaliAS Real Bamako
Stade Charles de Gaulle25,000Porto-Novo BeninAS Dragons FC de l’Ouémé
Independence Stadium (Namibia)25,000Windhoek NamibiaNamibia national football team
PAM Brink Stadium25,000Gauteng South AfricaOrlando Pirates
Kingsmead Cricket Ground25,000Durban South AfricaDolphins (cricket team)
Newlands Cricket Ground25,000Cape Town South AfricaCape Cobras
HM Pitje Stadium25,000Tshwane South AfricaSouth Africa national football team
Awassa Kenema Stadium25,000Awassa EthiopiaAwassa City FC
Bo Stadium25,000Bo Sierra LeoneBo RangersNepean Stars

Other Stadiums hosted main competitions

StadiumCapacityCityCountryHome Team/sCompetition
Khartoum Stadium23,000Khartoum SudanAl Khartoum SC1957 Africa Cup of Nations / 1970 Africa Cup of Nations / 2011 African Nations Championship
Haras El Hodoud Stadium22,000Alexandria EgyptHaras El Hodoud2006 Africa Cup of Nations / 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup
Tamale Stadium21,017Tamale GhanaReal Tamale United2008 Africa Cup of Nations
Sekondi-Takoradi Stadium20,088Sekondi-Takoradi GhanaSekondi Hasaacas FC2008 Africa Cup of Nations
Stade Mustapha Ben Jannet20,000Monastir TunisiaUS Monastir2004 Africa Cup of Nations
Stade 15 Octobre20,000Bizerte TunisiaCA Bizertin2001 Mediterranean Games / 2004 Africa Cup of Nations
Stade d’Oyem20,000Oyem GabonGabon national football team2017 Africa Cup of Nations
Stade de Port-Gentil20,000Port-Gentil GabonGabon national football team2017 Africa Cup of Nations
Estádio Nacional do Chiazi20,000Cabinda AngolaAngola national football team2010 Africa Cup of Nations
Estádio Nacional da Tundavala20,000Lubango AngolaAngola national football team2010 Africa Cup of Nations
Alexandria Stadium19,676Alexandria EgyptAl IttihadSmouha1974 Africa Cup of Nations / 1986 Africa Cup of Nations / 2006 Africa Cup of Nations / 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup / 2019 Africa Cup of Nations
Ismailia Stadium18,525Ismailia EgyptIsmaily2006 Africa Cup of Nations / 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup / 2019 Africa Cup of Nations
Al Masry Club Stadium18,000Port Said EgyptAl Masry2006 Africa Cup of Nations / 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup
Stade Taïeb Mhiri18,000Sfax TunisiaCS Sfaxien2004 Africa Cup of Nations
Stade Chedly Zouiten18,000Tunis TunisiaStade Tunisien1965 Africa Cup of Nations / 1994 Africa Cup of Nations / 1977 FIFA World Youth Championship
Sani Abacha Stadium16,000Kano NigeriaKano Pillars2000 African Cup of Nations / 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup
Nuevo Estadio de Malabo15,250Malabo Equatorial GuineaEquatorial Guinea national football team2012 Africa Cup of Nations / 2015 Africa Cup of Nations
Mokhtar El Tetsh Stadium15,000Cairo EgyptAl Ahly1959 Africa Cup of Nations
Ala’ab Damanhour Stadium8,000Damanhour EgyptAla’ab Damanhour1974 Africa Cup of Nations

Under construction

The following is a list of African stadiums which are currently under construction and will have a capacity of 20,000 or more.

StadiumCapacityCityCountryTenant(s)Opening
Grand Stade de Casablanca93,000Casablanca MoroccoMoroccoRaja CasablancaWydad Casablanca2025
Al Ahly SC Stadium60,000Cairo EgyptAl AhlyTBD
Stade National de la Côte d’Ivoire60,000Abidjan Ivory CoastIvory Coast national football team2019
Paul Biya Stadium60,000Yaoundé CameroonCameroon national football team2018
National Stadium60,000Tema GhanaGhana national football team2022
Addis Ababa National Stadium60,000Addis Ababa EthiopiaEthiopia national football teamSaint George FC2019
Stade Abdelkader Khalef50,000Tizi Ouzou AlgeriaJS Kabylie2018
Japoma Stadium50,000Douala CameroonUnion DoualaNew Star de DoualaAstres FC2019
New Sétif Stadium50,000Sétif AlgeriaES Sétif2022
Wadi Al Rabi Stadium50,000Tripoli LibyaLibya national football teamTBD
Stade Olympique de Sousse49,000Sousse TunisiaES Sahel2021
Stade de Casablanca II46,000Casablanca MoroccoMorocco2024
Stade de Marrakech II46,000Marrakech MoroccoMorocco2024
Stade de Meknès46,000Meknès MoroccoCOD Meknès2024
El Jadida Stadium46,000El Jadida MoroccoDifaâ Hassani El Jadidi2024
Grand Stade de Nador46,000Nador MoroccoFath Riadi de Nador2024
Grand Stade de Ouarzazate46,000Ouarzazate MoroccoCSM Ouarzazate2024
Grand Stade Tetouan45,600Tétouan MoroccoMoghreb Tétouan2022
Grand Stade d’Oujda45,400Oujda MoroccoMC Oujda2022
Abdelkader Fréha Stadium40,143Oran AlgeriaMC Oran2018
Stade Omar Bongo40,000Libreville GabonGabon national football teamFC 105 Libreville2018
Abdelhamid Kermali Stadium40,000Baraki AlgeriaUSM El Harrach2018
Douera Sportpark Stadium40,000Douéra AlgeriaAlgeria national football team2021
Grand Stade de Sfax40,000Sfax TunisiaCS Sfaxien2021
Grand complexe sportif Chlef40,000Chlef AlgeriaASO Chlef2020
New Al Hoceima Stadium40,000Al Hoceima MoroccoChabab Rif Al HoceimaTBD
Complexe sportif de Côte d’Or30,000Highlands MauritiusMauritius national football team2019
Al Kremiah Stadium25,000Tripoli LibyaAl-Ahli TripoliTBD
Murbat Stadium21,442Misrata LibyaAsswehly SCTBD
Stade de Korhogo20,000Korhogo Ivory CoastIvory Coast national football team2021
Stade de San Pédro20,000San Pédro Ivory CoastSéwé FC2021
Stade de Yamoussoukro20,000Yamoussoukro Ivory CoastSociété Omnisports de l’Armée2021
New Sig Stadium20,000Sig AlgeriaCC Sig2018
Victoria Falls Cricket Stadium12,000Victoria Falls ZimbabweMatabeleland Tuskers2022

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