Description

Location: c/o &, Dr James Moroka Ave & Piet Bosman St, Potchefstroom, 2520

Capacity:  22,000

Olën Park, also known as Profert Olën Park for sponsorship reasons, is a stadium in Potchefstroom.

It was used for rugby union matches by the Leopards team in the First Division of the Currie Cup as well as the Vodacom Cup. Quite often the annual inter-varsity between the North-West University and the University of the Free State is also played here.

Profert Olën Park was named after Carl Ludwig Theodor Olën who was the President of the Western Transvaal Rugby Union during the period 1922 to 1934. The stadium can host approximately 22,000 spectators.

In recent times a local fertilizer company situated in Potchefstroom, Profert has been contributing not only financially but also with their products and expertise, towards the upkeep of the playing field and as thus obtained the naming rights of the stadium.