Crowd during a function in 2006 at the park
|Location||Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa|
|Tenants||South Africa national cricket team|
|West Lane End
Hennops River End
|First Test||16–20 November 1995: South Africa v England|
|Last Test||22–26 January 2016: South Africa v England|
|First ODI||11 December 1992: South Africa v India|
|Last ODI||19 August 2015: South Africa v New Zealand|
|First T20I||29 March 2009: South Africa v Australia|
|Last T20I||16 August 2015: South Africa v New Zealand|
|As of 23 January 2016
The Titans cricket team, formerly known as Northern Transvaal, have played most of their home games here since 2004.
The town of Verwoerdburg was renamed Centurion at the end of apartheid, with the politically neutral new name of the town coming from that of the cricket ground.
This ground was a venue for 2003 Cricket World Cup and the Indian Premier League 2009 which took place in South Africa. It was also selected as a venue for ICC Champions Trophy 2009 and hosted the final on 5 October 2009, one of the greatest achievements for this stadium. Sachin Tendulkar also scored his 50th Test Match century on this ground.
SuperSport Park also hosted a domestic and continental Sixes tournament, where home side, the Titans, came out on top in the domestic competition, and South Africa winning the continental competition against Kenya in the final.
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