Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth is one of the 5 brand new stadiums in South Africa, purpose built for the 2010 World Cup, at a cost of R2 billion (+- US$270million). Enjoy the 360 degree photo Virtual Tour below:


Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in South Africa by John Gore of 360 SA

The multi-purpose stadium was built to host both football and rugby matches, as you will see the rugby posts are up in this 360 degree image. A few more pics of the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium:

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth

The stadiums nickname, “The Sunflower”, comes from the roof design which looks like the petals of a flower. Built right beside the North End Lake, in the heart of Port Elizabeth, with spectacular views of the lake on the one side, and the sea on the other side.

Inside the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Inside the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

The 45 000 seater stadium was officially opened a few days ago, on 28 February 2010.

Check out our 360 degree photo Virtual Tours of other stadiums:

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6 Responses to “Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth”

  1. Bronson says:

    The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is looking fantastic, thanks for the images and panormas – it’s awesome to be able to track the progress and see how other parts of SA are doing.

    Keep the good stuff coming ok.

  2. David says:

    This is amaizing stuff, great 360 John!

    World Cup 2010 is going to be interesting. :)

  3. I’ve just been going through some of your 360’s…WOW! Love it!

  4. Ana says:

    The Soccer World Cup is going to be brilliant! I cant wait.

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