The Potchefstroom (Tlokwe) City Council was voted third best sustainable municipality in South Africa. The establishment, maintenance, and upgrading of all sporting facilities are of top priority to the Potchefstroom City Council.
A few of these great facilities include:
– The Senwes Cricket Grounds hosted matches during the ICC Cricket World Cup and The South African Cricket Team (The Proteas) often choose Potchefstroom for their off-season training camps.
– The NWU’s Hockey Club Astro Turf has hosted many international games.
– The Olën Park Stadium is synonymous with the popular rugby culture of Potchefstroom. Both Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup matches have been played here. The stadium can accommodate up to 22 000 spectators.
The Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds span approximately 20ha and include eight rugby fields, sixteen tennis courts, four hockey fields, nine all-weather netball courts, three soccer fields, five cricket fields, a softball field, an Olympic standard swimming pool, athletics track and a fully equipped gymnasium.
The PUK Mc Arthur Athletic Stadium was named after the first South African athlete who in 1912 won the marathon at an Olympic Games.
For a full list of Potchefstroom’s stadiums click here or kindly visit the Potchefstroom website for more information on our city.