The stadium was named after Mr Robert Owen Loftus Versfeld, the founder of organised sports in Pretoria. Today the stadium is home to the Blue Bulls.
For most of its history, Loftus Versfeld primarily hosted rugby matches, including the famous Currie Cup in 2009.
This stadium was selected as a playing venue for the 2010 Soccer World Cup and underwent a thorough refurbishment.
The stadium today has a capacity of 50 000 and is an all seater venue.
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Loftus Versfeld Stadium is centrally located toward the east of the city of Pretoria.
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I loved my visit to the Loftus Versfeld, a stadium I've been watching on TV pretty much all my life. It's an old world stadium full of charm and history with a cracking atmosphere and great views...
We brought our own food and drink and this ended up being a really exhilarating experience. Right in the heart of Pretoria. This is a great activity to add to your itinerary
Were part of the very upgrade of this stadium,so glad they did for the soccer world cup,today a lovely stadium with beautiful seats