This place has a very rich history in terms of South African Sport, it was revamped for the 2010 soccer world cup. Great atmosphere especially if you attendeding when your team is playing, it's safe to bring your whole family for an even more fun time. With current Covid 19 regulations the verification process can be tedious if there's huge crowds but the staff were very knowledgeable and quick to process verification. Overall it's an awesome beautiful venue to attend events at.
This is one of the stadia that was renovated for the iconic FIFA World Cup hosted in 2010. It is a wonderful stadium located in the South of Johannesburg that hosts soccer, cycling, running, music, expo’s and a number of other events. Whenever an event is going to be hosted at FNB Stadium, just know that it’ll be huge! This is a 90,000 capacity stadium. Should you attend an event here, get there well ahead of time. There is always plenty of parking available but, again, events hosted here are always massive so get here timeously. In terms of parking fees, some events make you pre-pay for parking, while others allow you to park at the venue. Always have change on hand to pay the car-guards. The venue is easily accessible off the M1 and N1 highways. Just check with event organisers whether any road-closures are planned. This venue is also popular with photoshoots. Should you wish to use the outside of the venue, you don’t particularly need a permit; however, should you require a photoshoot within the stadium itself, send a request well ahead of time. It’s a beautiful venue; a must-see for any visitor to the city of Johannesburg.
It was my first time i thought i would get lost but there're always securities everywhere to help you out....evey way is very clear and safe
Enjoyed à good Diski Challenge game Chiefs vs Baroka. Final score 1-1. Giving support to my Son.
Well it was a blissful moment,it's a clean place , security very tight,It is an amazing place
Went to watch Kaizer Chiefs....had an awesome time , the place is always clean and the various entrances make it very accessible shem....World class indeed
We did the Soweto marathon, it was great but tough. The hills on this race are something else
If you have been to a number of stadiums, you would know how easily accessible FNB is, in all directions. Even the stadium inside, easy to walk around different directions on the same level. The not so good, pickpockets have seen a great market when stadium is a bit busy. Guard your phone and wallet when walking in a crowd or rather wait for the traffic to subside.
It was good not to bad the only thing is I was bored wen I went to collect my race pack before soweto marathon. Wen everyone was going in and there was this white guy looking like a head of security blocked my way saying I am not a runner. I mean how can you tell a person is a runner or not by just looking at them. Just because I am on uniform it doesn't mean I don't run? Unless if he is truly doing his work as security he must randomly check everyone if they are having correct information they need. Otherwise all was good
It's one of the best stadiums in the world, great atmosphere and very safe. My only concern is the parking space, something needs to be done to improve it and the traffic outside the stadium is really bad because people park their cars on the driver way.