Venues for 2010 African Nations Cup from January 10 to January 31 in Angola:
Cidade Universitaria stadium (capacity 50,000)
Fixtures: 5 Group A, 1 Group B, quarter-final, semi-final, final
The flagship venue and host of the opening game and final. Built as with the other venues by the Chinese the Cidade Universitaria is a modern bold design. Home of several Angolan sides including Petro Atletico and Benfica
Chimandela stadium (capacity 25,000)
Fixtures: 5 Group B, Group A, quarter-final
With its curvy design the roof of this brand new stadium in Huila in this northern province evokes the waves lapping up on the coast from the nearby Atlantic.
Complexo da Sr. da Graca stadium (capacity 35,000)
Fixtures: 5 Group C, 1 Group D, quarter-final, semi-final, third place play-off
Set amidst a former vast banana plantation the oval white and steel stadium is open on wide side to give a panoramic view of the ocean. It is the second largest after Luanda.
Alto da Chela stadium (capacity 20,000)
Fixtures: 5 Group D, 1 Group C, quarter-final
At an estimated cost of 100 million dollars the colourful Alto da Chela is the smallest of the four Angolan venues. The site, at an altitude of 1,700m, is a former shanty town which is due for a massive makeover.