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Videos: Durban's World Cup stadium

Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium, which will host seven World Cup matches, is completed in 20 seconds:

The view from the stadium's arch, 350 feet above the pitch:

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By Steve Goff  |  May 11, 2010; 10:43 AM ET
Categories:  2010 World Cup , South Africa  | Tags: Durban, FIFA, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Soccer, World Cup  
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What will it take to move that stadium to northern Arlington after the World Cup?

Any engineers on SI today?

Posted by: tphasbdp | May 11, 2010 11:30 AM | Report abuse

If they can move it that far, they can just float it in the Potomac -- solves the land problem.

Posted by: fallschurch1 | May 11, 2010 12:05 PM | Report abuse

If we have a floating stadium on the river we can't construct any offshore oil rigs.

Posted by: dcarmy | May 11, 2010 1:03 PM | Report abuse

It if were built in Philly, would it be the Moses Malone Stadium?

Posted by: Rand-al-Thor | May 11, 2010 1:09 PM | Report abuse

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz....

Posted by: me_ahogo | May 11, 2010 1:14 PM | Report abuse

If we have a floating stadium on the river we can't construct any offshore oil rigs.

Posted by: dcarmy
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why not? we could tether the stadium to the rigs. then, after victories we could torch the rigs instead of a fireworks display. torching rigs is a one-time thing, sure, but we aren't looking like we'll get more than one victory anyway.

Posted by: troy6 | May 11, 2010 1:18 PM | Report abuse

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