These are the top 10 most expensive football stadiums in Africa

These stadiums did cost a fortune to construct.

Football has for many years continued to attract a huge audience globally.

This has seen the it become the most popular sport in the world with a lot of investments being pumped towards it. And Africa has not been left behind in promoting the game as it has produced some of the very top sportsmen in the world together with an absolute class in terms of stadiums.

Given the massive investments in the sport, African countries have stepped up efforts in building state of the art stadiums. AfricanZeal revealed some of the most expensive stadiums built over the years and they certainly cost a fortune to construct:

10.Estadio Nacional De Ombaka-Angola ($100 million

Seating capacity: 35,000

9. Stade Olympique De Rades-Tunisia ($110 million)

Seating capacity: 60,000

8.Mbombela Stadium-South Africa ($140 million)

Seating capacity: 40,929

7.Peter Mokaba Stadium-South Africa ($150 million)

Seating capacity: 46,000

6.Estadio 11 De Novembro-Angola ($227 million)

Seating capacity: 48,500

5.Nelson Mandela Bay-South Africa ($270 million)

Seating capacity: 46,000

4.National Stadium, Abuja-Nigeria ($360 million)

Seating capacity: 60,491

3.Fnb Stadium(Soccer City stadium)-South Africa ($440 million)

Seating capacity: 94,736

2.Moses Mabhida Stadium-South Africa ($450 million)

Seating capacity: 85,000

1.Cape Town Stadium-South Africa ($600 million)

Seating capacity: 55,000

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