Stadia – Sports in Rwanda
Rwanda has several football stadiums that serve as venues for domestic league matches, international competitions, and other sporting events. These stadiums play a crucial role in promoting football at both the professional and grassroots levels, providing a platform for athletes to showcase their skills and entertain fans.
Located in Kigali, the capital city, Amahoro National Stadium is one of the most prominent sports venues in Rwanda. It has a seating capacity of over 25,000 and hosts various sporting events, including football matches and athletic competitions. The stadium has been a key venue for both domestic and international football games.
Situated in Kigali, Stade de Kigali is another important football stadium in Rwanda. With a capacity of around 22,000, it has hosted numerous football matches and events. The stadium contributes to the vibrant sports culture in the capital.
Located in Rubavu, Umuganda Stadium is a multi-purpose facility primarily used for football matches. It serves the western part of the country and has hosted various domestic and international competitions.
Situated in the southern town of Huye, this stadium is a hub for football activities in the region. It hosts local league matches and contributes to the development of football talent in the southern part of Rwanda.