Ellis Park is a stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, used for football, rugby and as a venue for other major events such as open-air concerts. The stadium has a capacity of 62,567 spectators. It was originally named after J.D. Ellis, a city manager who made the site where the stadium was built available in 1927.
The stadium was completely renovated in 1982 and rebuilt again in 2009. The last renovation was done for the FIFA Conferences Cup in 2009 and the World Cup in 2010. 5 group matches were played in Ellis Park, one match in the second round and the quarter-final between Paraguay and Spain (0-1 win for Spain). .
The building set consists of 147 parts and the assembled dimensions are: 34.5 x 32.8 x 6.6 cm.