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Buffalo City Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Buffalo City Stadium is a multi-use stadium in East London, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Bush Bucks. The stadium holds 16,000 people. The stadium has undergone two recent name changes, originally it was named after Springbok player Basil Kenyon who captained the springboks on a successful 3 month tour of England in 1951. It was previously known as ABSA Stadium due to sponsorship reasons.

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Address: Arcadia, East London

Country: South Africa

Date of construction: 1934

Capacity: 16000

Tenants: Border Bulldogs, Blackburn Rovers, Bush Bucks

Renovated: 2010

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Buffalo City Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Buffalo City Stadium is a multi-use stadium in East London, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Bush Bucks. The stadium holds 16,000 people. The stadium has undergone two recent name changes, originally it was named after Springbok player Basil Kenyon who captained the springboks on a successful 3 month tour of England in 1951. It was previously known as ABSA Stadium due to sponsorship reasons.

Buffalo City Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Buffalo City Stadium is a multi-use stadium in East London, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Bush Bucks. The stadium holds 16,000 people. The stadium has undergone two recent name changes, originally it was named after Springbok player Basil Kenyon who captained the springboks on a successful 3 month tour of England in 1951. It was previously known as ABSA Stadium due to sponsorship reasons.

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