SOUTH AFRICA, JOHANNESBURG: ELLIS PARK
Ellis Park has not only been used as football field, but in past times it is known to have been used for rugby and cricket matches as well. The stadium can currently seat 62,000 people. In 1995 this stadium was the venue for the Rugby World Cup Final between South Africa and New Zealand. South Africa won the match in what was said to have unified the nation, considering its apartheid status at that time. In 2005, Ellis Park became the first black owned stadium in the history of South Africa. A company received a 51% ownership from the Golden Lions Rugby Union.