Somhlolo National Stadium

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Somhlolo National Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lobamba, Swaziland. Built in 1968, it is currently used mostly for football matches. It is named for King Somhlolo, who had moved his people into the region that is now Swaziland about 200 years ago, and is considered the father of the country. The stadium holds 20,000 (all standing), it also holds the rugby for Swaziland. Address:MR 103 City:Lobamba Opened:1968 Capacity:20000 Surface:artificial turf

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Coordinates: 26°26′34.44″S 31°12′20.23″E / 26.4429000°S 31.2056194°E / -26.4429000; 31.2056194