Peter Mokaba Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg), South Africa. It was the home stadium of Ria Stars football club before they were disbanded. The stadium has a capacity of 15,000 people and was built in 1976.
The Peter Mokaba Stadium has been constructed to the east of this stadium for the 2010 World Cup and it was named after one of South Africa’s dedicated anti-Apartheid activists, who was born in Polokwane.
The stadium is less than five kilometers from the city center of Polokwane. This area boasts a number of other sights and activities; including the Polokwane Museum, Mokopane Biodiversity Centre, and the Polokwane Bird and Reptile Park.