Top Five African Stadia by Capacity 2021

Casablanca
Capacity: 67,000
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Stade Mohammed V is located in Casablanca, Morocco. The stadium can hold up to 67,000 fans in its stands on matchday. Officially opening in 1955, Stade Mohammed V is most notably host to the Botola Pro competitions. 
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Cairo International Stadium is located in Cairo, Egypt. The stadium can hold up to 75,000 fans in its stands on matchday. Officially opening in 1960, Cairo International Stadium is most notably host to the
Egyptian Premier League competitions.
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Stade des Martyrs is located in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The stadium can hold up to 80,000 fans in its stands on matchday. Officially opening in 1993, Stade des Martyrs is most notably host to the Linafoot competitions. 
Alexandria
Capacity: 86,000
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Borg El Arab Stadium is located in Alexandria, Egypt. The stadium can hold up to 86,000 fans in its stands on matchday. Officially opening in 2009, Borg El Arab Stadium is most notably host to the Egyptian Premier League competitions. 
 
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FNB Stadium Johannesburg South Africa is located in
Johannesburg, South Africa. The stadium can hold up to 94,736 fans in its stands on matchday. Officially opening in 1986, FNB Stadium Johannesburg South Africa is most notably host to the South African Premier Division competitions.

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