Johannesburg Stadiums, Capacity and Who Will PlayJohannesburg is the host city of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. Soccer City Stadium (Cap: 94,000) will host 3 matches including the opening match and the final.
Soccer City Matches:
- 1/19/13: South Africa (0) v Cape Verde (0), Soccer City, Johannesburg (18:00)
- 1/19/13: Angola (0) v Morocco (0), Soccer City, Johannesburg (21:00)
Final Match AFCON 2013
2/10/13: Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg
About JohannesburgJohannesburg (Jo'burg or Jozi), is South Africa's largest city and business capital. Jo'burg is a wealthy city with many attractions, but also crime ridden so be safe. Jo'burg is a very green city, with over 2000 parks for its 7 million inhabitants. Click here for a weather forecast.
Getting to Jo'burgFly into Jo'burg (OR Tambo) International Airport from the US, Europe, Asia and South America (see full list). Domestic airlines include: South African Express and South African Airlink.
Renting a car is easy, it's about 6 hrs to Durban, 14 hrs to Cape Town, and 4 hrs to Bloemfontein.
Where to Stay and Eat in Jo'burgThere are many hotels in Jo'burg, click here for our top 10 list. Ellis stadium is centrally located and Soccer City is just a few miles south of city center. Click here for a review of the suburbs of Jo'burg.
Good restaurants can be found on the main streets of Norwood, Melville, Greenside, and Parkhurst.