Free State Stadium – Address, Capacity & Teams


The Free State Stadium, originally known as Vodacom Park and now named as the Toyota Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a stadium in Bloemfontein, South Africa, that is primarily used for rugby union and occasionally association football.

It was created for the Rugby World Cup in 1995 and served as one of the venues for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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Free State Stadium

The stadium hosted the 1995 Rugby World Cup as one of the host venues. During the tournament, it hosted first-round matches in Pool C.

The primary rugby union tenants of the facility are:

  • The Cheetahs, which represents Free State and Northern Cape provinces in the international Pro14 competition.
  • The Free State Cheetahs, which participate in South Africa’s domestic competition, the Currie Cup.
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The primary association football tenant is:

  • Bloemfontein Celtic, who play in South Africa’s domestic Premier Soccer League.

Address: Willows, Bloemfontein, 9320, South Africa
Phone: +27 51 407 1700
Capacity: 46,000
Teams: Free State Cheetahs, Cheetahs, Bloemfontein Celtic F.C.
Opened: 1995
Renovated: 1995
Surface: Ryegrass
Executive suites: 100


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