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FNB Stadium (First National Bank Stadium) has a seating capacity of 94,713 people.

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The seating for FIFA is 69,070.

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What is the capacity of Cape Town Stadium?

The capacity of Cape Town Stadium at Cape Town in South Africa is 55,000.


Which stadium is in Cape Town?

It is named "Cape Town Stadium". The old stadium on the site was known as "Green Point Stadium".


What is the perimeter of Cape Town Stadium?

The perimeter of the Cape Town Stadium is 745m.


What is the area of Cape Town Stadium?

Cape Town


How many seats are there in Green Point Stadium?

Green Point Stadium had 18,000 seats. The stadium was demolished in 2007 and was replaced with the Cape Town Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 69,070. During its construction, Cape Town Stadium was unofficially known as Green Point Stadium.


What is the elevation at Cape Town Stadium?

It is at sea level.


When was cape town stadium built?

Cape Town stadium was built between 2008 and 2009 especially for the FIFA 2010 Soccer world cup. It was built on the site of the previous Green Point stadium.


What stadium is in the new glidden commercial?

The Green Point / Cap Town Soccer Stadium in Cape Town South Africa


What is the most beautiful stadium?

the mostbeautiful stadium is in cape town south Africa (soccer is awesome)


How long did it take to build the Cape Town Stadium?

2 Years


What is the population of black people in Cape Town?

2,984,100 people in Cape Town.


In which South African city is the Green Point Stadium situated?

Green Point Stadium was originally located in Cape Town, South Africa. However, the government demolished it to build a new stadium to prepare for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Cape Town Stadium was built on the same grounds where Green Point Stadium once stood.