IPL 2009 Venues

Buffalo Park
East London, South Africa
Capacity 15000
End names Buffalo Park Drive End, Bunkers Hill End
Home team(s) Border

   

Kingsmead
Durban, South Africa
Also or formerly known as Sahara Stadium; Kingsmead
Capacity 25000
End names Umgeni End, Old Fort End
Home team(s) KwaZulu-Natal, Natal

   

OUTsurance Oval
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Also or formerly known as Goodyear Park, Springbok Park
Named after Sponsor
Capacity 20000
End names Loch Logan End, Willows End
Home team(s) Free State, Orange Free State

   

SuperSport Park
Centurion, South Africa
Also or formerly known as SuperSport Centurion; Centurion Park
Capacity 20,000
End names Pavilion End, Hennops River End
Home team(s) Northern Transvaal, Northerns

   

De Beers Diamond Oval
Kimberley, South Africa
Also or formerly known as De Beers Country Club; Kimberley Country Club
End names North End, South End
Home team(s) Griqualand West

   

Newlands
Cape Town, South Africa
Also or formerly known as Sahara Park; Newlands; Western Province Cricket Club; Newlands 'A'
Capacity 25,000
End names Wynberg End, Kelvin Grove End
Home team(s) Western Province

   

St George's Park
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Also or formerly known as Sahara Oval; Crusaders Ground, St George's Park
Capacity 19000
End names Duckpond End, Park Drive End
Home team(s) Eastern Province

   

The Wanderers Stadium
Johannesburg, South Africa
Also or formerly known as Kent Park
End names Corlett Drive End, Golf Course End
Home team(s) Gauteng, Transvaal

 

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