British & Irish Lions

In anticipation of the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa in 2021, We have showcased the different stadiums that will be used in the tournament. We can assist with an incentive or private group travel to this iconic series  in July 2021.

Saturday, 3 July 2021
Lions vs Stormers
Cape Town Stadium
Capacity 55000

The only stadium to host 2 matches, centrally located, the new home of Stormers rugby replacing the iconic Newlands.

Wednesday, 7 July 2021
Lions vs South Africa “A”
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Capacity 48000

A modern world class stadium, PE is also known as the windy city and is the province where current #springboks rugby captain @siyakolisi was born.

Saturday, 10 July 2021
Lions vs Sharks
Kings Park Stadium
Capacity 52000

This subtropical coastal city creates an exciting carnival like atmosphere. Epitomised by the outer fields hosting pre & post game parties unique in world rugby.

Wednesday, 14 July 2021
Lions vs South Africa “A”
Mbombela Stadium (Nelspruit)
Capacity 40900

Located in Mpumalanga, with the nearby #KrugerPark, the stadium roof supports resemble giraffes and the partisan local crowds are very vocal in their support

 

Saturday, 17 July 2021
Lions vs Bulls
Loftus Versveld Stadium
Capacity 51700

Loftus has true history, the 1st sports ground was erected on this site in 1906. The Bulls have played a massive role in #springboks rugby DNA & are arguably the most successful franchise in history.

Saturday, 24 July 2021
Lions vs South Africa (1st Test)
FNB Stadium
capacity 95000

Also known as Soccer City or the Calabash, this amazing stadium hosted the Soccer world Cup final in 2010. When sold out it makes for an electric atmosphere.

Saturday, 31 July 2021
Lions vs South Africa (2nd Test)
Cape Town Stadium
Capacity 55000

We return to the Mother City for the 2nd Test against the Lions, a short walk from many of the hot spots and world class hotels.

Saturday, 7 August 2021
Lions vs South Africa (Third Test)
Ellis Park Stadium
capacity 62500

The 1995 Rugby World Cup final was played here and won by South Africa, The first test played here was in 1928 against the All Blacks.