National Stadium (Uganda)


National Stadium (Uganda)

Mandela National Stadium often referred to as Namboole Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kampala, Uganda. It is currently used mostly for football matches, although other sports are also practiced. The stadium has a capacity of 45,202 people. The stadium was built with a grant of $36 million dollars from the People's Republic of ChinaThe 45,202 capacity sports complex was built with a $36m Chinese government grant and opened in 1997. . Originally it was called Namboole Stadium, getting its name from the name of the hill on which it was built. It is now officially called Nelson Mandela Stadium though locals still call it Namboole. It was opened in 1997 with a concert by Lucky Dube, a reggae artist from South Africa. The stadium is home to the Ugandan national side, the Cranes as well as national league champions, Uganda Revenue Authority and Police FC. It also hosts league encounters that are broadcast by pay television, GTV.

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See also

  • Kira Town
  • Bweyogerere

References

Coordinates: 00°20′50.4″N 32°39′31.9″E / 0.347333°N 32.658861°E / 0.347333; 32.658861



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