Outeniqua Park Stadium
Outeniqua Park Rugby Stadium is an iconic Southern Cape landmark. It is the bastion of rugby in the South Western Districts and fitting as the biggest stadium for the biggest sport in the region.
‘The Eagle’s Nest is situated close to the city centre along a busy road that connects George to Oudtshoorn, the N1 and the interior of South Africa.
It is probably the most scenic provincial rugby stadium in the country boasting two international quality outfields as part of the 2010 Soccer World Cup legacy when the Japanese team was based in George and used the stadium as their training facility.
Outeniqua Park also hosts the SWDRFU offices, players & referees headquarters and 26 suites from where matches can be viewed exclusively. The stadium holds a seating capacity of 8000 which can go up to 12000 when temporary stands are added. Incorporating the field for non rugby events, the stadium capacity can go up to 15000.
The stadium offers wonderful commercial opportunities during and between matches and an unforgettable backdrop with the Outeniqua mountains in the distance.