Angola, first African Nation to build a Water Stadium

Angola, first African Nation to build a Water Stadium

Angola becomes the first country to build a football stadium on water. The stadium was first opened over the weekend in Luanda and more than 1,000 fans attended.

The beautiful stadium cost the country in excess of $20 million and was built for six months. It’s built in such a way that even if there’s a heavy downpour, the water cannot rise to the stadium’s level.


At the edge of the stadium, there are beautiful roads where fans watch the beautiful game from. What’s amazing is that even if the ball accidentally falls in the water, there are people ready to collect it for the play to continue.

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    Kojo mensah 1 year

    Get your facts right and stop misleading the public. Have you checked zenith stadium in St Petersburg?

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      Nickyjef 1 year

      The writer said in Africa,not in the world….

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      Whiteman 1 year

      It is Africa not Europe simple statement.

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    Christopher Zuze 1 year

    It’s pointless to build such expensive stadium while people are still in high level of poverty in most places of the country.

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    Chicko 1 year

    It is only a criminal can take an such STUPID decision to spend USD 20 Billions when the country needs infrastructures such as roads, Schools, hospitals, basic sanitation etc. if I was the President, could never ever let a such terrible thing take place under my leadership.

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    Farry 1 year

    God’s Blessings ,and more Great things are underway

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    Angola 1 year

    Get your facts right. This stadium is not in Angola.

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    Lucas nataniel 1 year

    It is a big lair am live in Angola there is no such Stadium here, they cant even maintain the ones built during the 2010 afacon, this is a big lair,fake news, fake news fake news

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    Franklin 1 year

    To me it’s not a stadium, it’s just a football pitch, cos the fans stand is not attached to the pitch, people will have to watch match from the roadside and u called that stadium. It’s not a complete stadium to me

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    Davison 1 year

    Well done to the contractors and the president for the good plans.

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    Rev. Iheanacho 1 year

    who and what do we believe again?

    no one knows who is saying the truth and who is lying.

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