- Bidvest Wits (PSL, since 2010)
- Pumas ( Currie Cup, since 2010)
- Football World Cup 2010
- South African road Radmeisterschaften 2012
- African Cup of Nations 2013
The Mbombela Stadium is located in the South African city of Mbombela ( Nelspruit to 2010 ), about seven kilometers west of the city center. Mbombela is also the official name of the municipality that belongs to the city.
In 2010, the Mbombela Stadium one of the host cities of the Football World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Construction began in December 2006. Construction costs amounted to 1.2 billion rand (about 113.5 million EUR ). On 16 May 2010 the stadium was officially opened with a friendly match between South Africa and Thailand, which ended 4-0 (3-0).
The stadium provided the FIFA World Cup 2010 46.000 spectators, the media center 620 journalists. The architectural features include 18 outwardly supporting pillars in giraffe shape and style in zebra look. These features are the " connection to the wilderness " stress. In addition, region-typical trees are to be seen in the interior.
In March 2012, took place in the South African road Radmeisterschaften on a circular route starting and finishing at the Mbombela Stadium. As one of five South African venues, the stadium was the venue of Mbombela African Cup of Nations 2013.
The stadium has won several prizes with its exceptional design.
- Mpumalanga Institute of Architects Merit Award 2011
- SA Institute of Architects Merit Award 2011/2
- Steel Awards SAISC - Tubular Steel Category 2010
- Plascon Prism Award 2010
- British Expertise International Award for Sports, Tourism 2009/10
Games of the Soccer World Cup 2010 in Nelspruit
- Group H - June 16, 2010, 13:30 clock: Honduras Honduras - Chile Chile 0:1 ( 0:1)
- Group F - June 20, 2010, 16:00 clock: Italy Italy - New Zealand New Zealand 1-1 (1-1 )
- Group D - June 23, 2010, 20:30 clock: Australia - Serbia Serbia 2:1 ( 0:0)
- Group G - June 25, 2010, 16:00 clock: North Korea North Korea - Ivory Coast Ivory Coast 0-3 (0-2 )