Home of the Titans

SuperSport Park is the home ground for the Titans, a South African franchise cricket team, known for its electric atmosphere bolstered by a dedicated fan base

Award-Winning Facilities

Recognized for its world-class infrastructure, the stadium was honored with the Best Cricket Venue award at the Cricket South Africa Awards in 2017​

Host of Iconic Matches

It has hosted numerous high-profile matches, including Test matches, One Day Internationals, and T20 internationals, featuring memorable games like the "438 game" between South Africa and Australia in 2006

Pitch Characteristics

 Known for its lively and bouncy pitch, SuperSport Park is particularly favorable for fast bowlers, leading to captivating duels between bat and ball

Scenic Location

Situated in Centurion, the stadium is surrounded by picturesque landscapes, combining vibrant colors and modern architecture, making it an inviting venue for cricket enthusiasts

Day-Night Match Capability

Equipped with floodlights, the stadium offers an enchanting setting for day-night matches, providing a unique experience under the illuminated night sky

Multifunctional Venue

Beyond cricket, SuperSport Park offers a variety of amenities including conference facilities, restaurants, and a gym, catering to a wide range of visitor needs​

Grassroots Cricket Development

The stadium plays an active role in nurturing young talent and promoting grassroots cricket through coaching clinics and development programs​

Historic Battles

SuperSport Park has been the stage for several memorable South Africa vs Australia matches, showcasing intense cricketing rivalry and unforgettable performances​

Record-Breaking Partnership

In 2009, Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers set a world record partnership of 429 runs at this ground during a Test match against England