King Senzangakhona Stadium
King Senzangakhona Stadium is intended to be a world-class multi-use stadium in Durban, South Africa. If completed 2009, it will play host to the
Confederations Cup. It would be one of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium has a planned capacity of between 70,000
and 80,000 people. The Stadium is adjacent to the ABSA Stadium in the Kings Park sporting precinct. As part of the city's plans for the 2010 FIFA
World Cup, Kings Park Soccer Stadium was demolished in late 2006 to make way for the new Stadium, with an adjoining indoor arena, sporting
museum, sports institute and a new transmodal transport station.