Moses Mabhida Stadium
The Moses Mabhida Stadium (originally called the King Senzangakhona Stadium) is located in Durban, South Africa, and was named after a former leader of the South African Communist Party.
This is a stunning stadium boasting a 350m long arch that soras 106 m above the pitch, complete with a funicular running along it, and a walkway connecting the stadium to the Durban beachfront.
The stadium was built for the FIFA World Cup in 2010. It is the largest of the five new stadiums built for the world cup. With a capacity of 80,000, it hosted six first-round matches, one second-round, and one semifinal match.