One of the blessings left for Cape Town by the 2010 World Cup is the state of the art Stadium precinct which holds a series of surprising features invisible to the occasional urban spectator. This includes the Green Point Park, a conference facility, a number of venues in the park and the recently renovated and upgraded Green Point Athletics Stadium.

The Cape Town Stadium conference center is a 2 storey complex called The Mixing Zone. The two storeys are connected by a large, spiral staircase that ads a touch of architectural elegance to the industrial space.

While the upper floor is divided into 3 main rooms with exits to one of the stadium’s balconies, the bottom floor is a large open space that serves as a blank canvas to any event organizer.

In addition, the stadium offers a large capacity business lounge, network lounges and a presidential suit. These all offer a view onto the stadium’s pitch.

Two more conference rooms are located at the north and south ends on the oval complex, furnished with boardroom chairs for maximum comfortability to attendees and all the must have plugins and connectivity options.

The Green Point Park offers a series of open lawns that can be hired and modified for any desirable, private or corporate event, including the open air amphitheater.

The last feature in the vicinity is the recently upgraded and totally refurbished Green Point Athletics Stadium. All facility structures are made accessible for the disabled and boast an abundance of free parking.

Full details and application forms are available on http://www.capetown.gov.za/capetownstadium/home


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