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2013 Africa Cup of Nations Stadium Guides

Five South African stadiums will be used to host games during the African showpiece

Moses Mabhida Stadium game time - Durban
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tournament will be hosted in South Africa, and five cities have been selected to be an host the event, with the stadiums expected to welcome the crowds at the continental showpiece.

Soccer City in Johannesburg will host the opening matches and final, while Moses Mabhida in Durban, Mbombela in Nelspruit, Rustenburg's Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace and the Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in Port Elizabeth will all host matches during the competition.

Goal.com profiles the five stadiums in the Rainbow Nation, bringing you closer to the Afcon action.


SOCCER CITY

Johannesburg



MOSES MABHIDA

Durban




ROYAL BAFOKENG

Rustenburg


MBOMBELA

Nelspruit


NELSON MANDELA

BAY

Port Elizabeth


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