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The stadium was eventually demolished in 2007 to make way for the new Cape Town Stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.Construction of the new stadium was completed in 2009, and the Urban Warriors have played their home games at the Cape Town Stadium since the beginning of the 2010–11 Premier Soccer League season to an improved capacity of 55,000.Ajax Cape Town trains at their home base located in Parow. It serves as the training grounds for the senior squad, as well as for the Ajax Cape Town Youth Development Academy.It has hosted a number of foreign clubs among them German Bundesliga club Vf B Stuttgart during their midseason camp in 2014 as well as Viking FK from Norway.He also appeared in the 2008 release Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist as Dev, the gay lead singer of Nick's band.In Inkheart, a movie adaptation of the novel of the same name, Gavron played Farid, a character from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights, magically brought to life.Essentially being a rugby stadium, it was a home they shared with clubs Santos and Vasco da Gama, as well as rugby teams Stormers and Western Province.Athlone Stadium was home to the Santos and has a capacity of 30,000.
Gavron was born in Hendon, the son of writer Martha Pichey and the late publisher Simon Gavron. Gavron was raised in a Jewish family in North London. Gavron has two younger brothers; Benjamin (born 1992) and Moses (born 1996). In Breaking and Entering, he played Miro, a young burglar who uses techniques from parkour to gain access to the high-tech offices of an urban landscape architect; he performed several difficult physical feats in the film.The stadium located in Athlone, Cape Town was also host to some of Ajax CT early home matches as well.Moving to the Green Point Stadium, an 18,000 seat multi-purpose stadium in the Green Point area of Cape Town.Since the inception of the club, Ajax Cape Town have imported the AFC Ajax philosophy and effective youth development schemes in the Western Cape.The majority of the senior squad players have come up from the club's own youth ranks, such as the likes of Nazeer Allie, Granwald Scott and Thulani Hlatshwayo, while others such as Steven Pienaar and Thulani Serero have moved on to some of the top clubs in Europe.
On 3 August 2011 a contract extension of three years was negotiated with the stadium, which will see Ajax CT playing their home games there until 2014.