ODI Stadium is situated north of Pretoria in Mabopane, within the jurisdiction of Tshwane Metropolitan Council.
The stadium consists of a un-covered grandstand, secondary, 4 rectangular, 2 small triangular stands and 20 floating stands, giving the stadium a seating capacity of approximately 50,000+ seats.
The stadium was constructed in the late 1980s and boasts many facilities, including a soccer field, athletics track, field events (long jump, high jump, javelin throw, hammer throw, etc.), 2 changing rooms, 4 sets of male / female restrooms, 4 kiosks, VIP lounge & seating, security room, referee room, press room, control room, admin offices, generator room, stores, several indoor sporting areas, 4 high masts and 4 ticketing offices.
Precinct facilities outside the stadium include a club house, caretaker house, combi-courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball and two informal soccer training grounds.
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