Getting Here

Location

By Car

SuperSport Park is home to the Multiply Titans and is situated in the heart of Centurion and there are a number of ways to get to the Stadium.

Stadium Address:
283 West Avenue and South Street
Centurion

By Rail

The Gautrain Station is the nearest station to the Stadium with North and South links. The Stadium is a 10 minute walk South of the stadium. For spectators travelling North, the last train departs at 8:58pm, while those travelling South, the last train departs at 8:51pm. Click here for more information on the Gautrain.

SuperSport Park is located just off the M1 and is easily accessible by car.

During match days, spectators travelling by car can expect delays with soft lane closures. This remains closed for approximately two after the final ball is bowled.

The roads affected by these the closure are West Avenue and South Street.

Public Transport

Spectators travelling to SuperSport Park by minibus taxis will have to catch a connecting taxi in the CBD at Thabo Sehume Street and will get off at the corner of Lechen and West Avenue.

Parking

MATCH DAYS

During match days, car parking inside SuperSport Park is limited to players, officials and VIPs only. For ticket-holders, there are a number of parking sites situated in and around the stadium as follows:

Mushroom

The car park is accessible from Thea Avenue. Spectators can use Gates 2 and 3 to gain entry into the Stadium.

River End

The car park is accessible from West Avenue. Spectators can use Gates 1, 4 and River End car park to gain entry into the Stadium. Larger vehicles, such as The City of Tshwane buses, are accommodated in the River End car park, subject to availability

GYM

Located opposite the main Stadium entrance, the car park is accessible via West Avenue.Media are offered priority parking in the Centurion Gymnastics Centre. It Is advisable to purchase parking tickets in advance via ticketpro.co.za. In the event that parking tickets are not sold out, pay on the day parking is available, with cashiers located at the respective points of entry.

All public car parks will be open 2 hours before the toss until 2 hours after the final ball is bowled. 

Please note, there are unofficial parking bays located around the Stadium. These parking bays are not manned by Stadium officials, but self-employed car guards. It is advisable that spectators park in these bays at their own risk.

These bays are as follows:

  • vacant land plots located in South Street and West Avenue
  • marked parking bays along the outer Stadium perimeter via West Avenue

EVENTS Parking

During events, visitors are encouraged to park inside the Stadium.

BOOKING Parking

Match day parking tickets can be purchased at the Stadium Ticket Office or via ticketpro.co.za

Visitors With Disabilities

Accessibility at SuperSport Park
SuperSport Park recognizes that many people who visit the ground on match days may have special requirements, which is why we provide the comfort platform for wheelchair-bound and senior citizens.

The comfort platform can be located on the west of the grass embankment and is accessible via Gate 1. Passenger elevators are available within our building to access higher levels where applicable.

Disabled Parking
Specific disabled parking is available within the confides of SuperSport Park, subject to capacity. Should you require disabled parking, please contact the stadium on (012) 663 500.

Hours of Play

SOUTH AFRICA vs PAKISTAN TEST

Morning session 11:00 – 13:00
Lunch interval 13:00 – 13:40
Afternoon session 13:40 – 15:40
Tea interval 15:40 – 16:00
Evening session 16:00 – 18:00
Close of play 18:00

SOUTH AFRICA vs PAKISTAN ODI

First innings 13:00 – 16:30
Interval 16:30 – 17:15
Second innings 17:15 – 20:45
Close of play 20:45

SOUTH AFRICA vs PAKISTAN T20

First innings 18:00 – 19:25
Interval 19:25 – 19:45
Second innings 19:45 – 21:00
Close of play 21:00

SOUTH AFRICA vs SRI LANKA ODI

First innings 13:00 – 16:30
Interval 16:30 – 17:15
Second innings 17:15 – 20:45
Close of play 20:45

SOUTH AFRICA vs SRI LANKA T20

First innings 18:00 – 19:25
Interval 19:25 – 19:45
Second innings 19:45 – 21:00
Close of play 21:00

Frequently Asked Questions

May I bring in my own food and beverages?

Yes, you are allowed to bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages in sealed plastic containers.

Are umbrellas allowed?

Yes, you may bring umbrellas but may only sit on the East Embankment.  Umbrellas must be placed behind the white line marked on the embankment. Please note that umbrellas displaying advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners/sponsors/suppliers/vendors of the event (in any language) are not permitted.

Are gazebos allowed?

Yes, you may bring a gazebo for placement on the East embankment only. Limited spacing is available. Please note that gazebos displaying advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners/sponsors/suppliers/vendors of the event (in any language) are not permitted.

Are chairs allowed?

Yes, you are allowed to bring camping/fold up chairs.

Are banners allowed?

Banners are allowed into the stadium provided they are not vulgar, political, racial, discriminatory, sexual in nature, or display advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners / sponsors / suppliers / vendors of the event (in any language) or deemed to be offensive or impact on the view of other spectators.

Are cameras allowed?

Yes, but note that the cameras should be for personal and non-commercial use only. No cameras with telephoto lenses will be allowed unless the person has Media accreditation.

What items can't I bring?

The following items are not allowed within the stadium: All types of alcoholic beverages / Animals (Other than guide dogs) / Air horns (Nuisance items / equipment) / Cans / Glass containers / Gas braai equipment & portable braais / Pyrotechnics / Firearms / Wood and charcoal

What if it rains?

Information coming soon...

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