Sam Nujoma Stadium

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View of Sam Nujoma Stadium before a Namibia and South Africa U-20 game in March 2008

Sam Nujoma Stadium (also called the Sam Nujoma Soccer Stadium or SNSS[1]) is a football (soccer) stadium in Katutura, Windhoek, Namibia. The stadium holds 10,300 and was finished in 2005.[2] It is named after the former Namibian president Sam Nujoma.

The name of the stadium is not - as widely said - the new name of the Independence Stadium. [1]

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  1. ^ a b http://www.windhoekcc.org.na/Repository/News&Publications/Press/MediaStatementSNSS.pdf Archived 2012-02-08 at the Wayback Machine New Stadium Sam Nujoma "The City of Windhoek, at the June Council meeting, endorsed and approved the name of the new Soccer Stadium in Katutura as Sam Nujoma Soccer Stadium."
  2. ^ Namibia WorldStadiums.com

Coordinates: 22°30′57″S 17°03′38″E / 22.515892°S 17.060679°E / -22.515892; 17.060679