Soccer City Stadium (ZA)

Product Category: fibreC
Product: Facade

 fibreC cladding for FIFA Worldcup Stadium in South Africa 

- Largest African Stadium for FIFA Worldcup 2010
- 94.000 seat ground
- Design like an African Pot -> 8 typical African colours & 2 surfaces
- Shape refers to the calabash, a traditional African cooking vessel
- Natural appearance of cladding
- Environmental friendly product

Architect:
Architects: Boogertman Urban Edge & Partners, Johannesburg (ZA)

Installer:

Substructure:
Metallbau Valenta, Fieberbrunn (AT)

Product Information:

30.000 m² concrete skin 13 mm in typical african colours (sandstone, terra, mocca brown, terracotta, haima red, sahara…)
approx. 40.000 fibreC panels
Surface: FE Ferro and MA Matt

The new icon of the FIFA World Cup 2010 will host the final match.

Link Soccer City Video

Installation of the ultimate fibreC panel

Unique colours for a unique fibreC cladding
Unique colours for a unique fibreC cladding
Icon of the FIFA Worldcup 2010
Icon of the FIFA Worldcup 2010
Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg
Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg
African Pot - Biggest Stadium in Africa
African Pot - Biggest Stadium in Africa
Worldcup Stadium 2010
Worldcup Stadium 2010
fibreC for Africa
fibreC for Africa
Special supconstruction for Soccer City Stadium
Special supconstruction for Soccer City Stadium
Interior view
Interior view
Stadion6
Stadion6
Biggest stadium construction site in the world
Biggest stadium construction site in the world
The facade was built out of modules
The facade was built out of modules
Installation of 40.000 fibreC panels
Installation of 40.000 fibreC panels
Different modules were mounted
Different modules were mounted
Impressive construction site
Impressive construction site

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