This year’s Soccerex African Forum, being held 1-2 October, will be moving to the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban to accommodate a larger exhibition space and a second studio for the expanding conference programme.
The stadium was one of the iconic venues of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, due to its famous arch. Since the World Cup the stadium has continued to serve as a world class venue for multiple sports including the 2013 African Cup of Nations and international Twenty20 cricket games. It has also become the home ground of AmaZulu FC.
The announcement was made by Soccerex CEO Duncan Revie, Lara McLeod, Marketing & Communications Manager of the Moses Mabhida Stadium and Stanley Matthews, SuperSport’s Sports & Commercial Director for Africa.
Head of Marketing for SuperSport, Nomsa Mazibuko confirmed the new two year partnership with Soccerex that will see them become the exclusive broadcast partner for the event. As part of the partnership, SuperSport will host a series of special workshops to promote the development of best practice within the business of football in Africa focusing on key topics such as compliance, marketing, media, sponsorship and technical issues.
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