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The Nelson Mandela Centenary Challenge football match between Mamelodi Sundowns FC and FC Barcelona took place at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF
Date: 16 May 2018
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01880
To honour Nelson Mandela, the International T20 Double Header featuring the South African Women's Cricket Team and the South African Men's Cricket Team played against their Indian counterparts as part of the Mandela 100 celebrations. And a celebration of 20 years of diplomatic relations between India and South Africa, coinciding with the 125 anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi when he was thrown off a train at Pietermaritzburg Railway station after he refused to move from a whites'only compartment.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF website
Date: 18 February 2018
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01905
Future cricket test matches between India and South Africa will be known as 'The Mahatma Gandhi-Nelson Mandela Series".
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: November 2015
Country: India and South Africa
Reference ID: T01848
The annual 'Mandela Legacy Cub' was launched with a match between the Springboks and the Proteas at Wonderers in Johannesburg as well as a Mini Cricket Festival.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF website
Date: 5 December 2014
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01768
American professional baseball team 'The Yankees' unveiled a plaque honouring Nelson Mandela at the Yankee Stadium's Memorial Park.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gift Collection
Date: 16 April 2014
City: New York City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01706
Nelson Mandela is named 'King of Human Equality' during the 50th anniversary of the World Boxing Council in Mexico.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Website of the organisation
Date: 1 December 2012
City: Mexico DF
Country: Mexico
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01512
The Alma Prize which honours international personalities from the Real Madrid Foundation.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Correspondence
Date: 2012
City: Madrid
Country: Spain
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01687
Framed Argentian national football shirt signed and inscribed by Diego Maradonna: To Mr Mandela, with deep love and admiration. Given when he visited South Africa prior to the FIFA World Cup.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: January 2010
City: Buenos Aires
Country: Argentina
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T01124
The FIFPro Football for Peace Award from the Africa Division of FIFPro, an organisation for professional football player, in recognition of Mr Mandela's contributions towards non-racialism.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 2009
City: Casablanca
Country: Morocco
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01271
The 11th South African Charity Golf Day was dedicated in celebration of Mr Mandela's 90th Birthday.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 5 September 2008
Place: Foxhills Club and Resort
City: Woking
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01734
Award presented to Mr Mandela in recognition of his contribution to the successful 2010 World Cup Soccer bid from the South African Bid Committee and the South African Football Association (SAFA)
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 2008
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01251
Special Spirit in China, an Award of Excellence from the Special Olympics.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Special Olympics Press release
Date: 1 October 2007
City: Washington, DC
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00278
Award presented to Mr Mandela for his valuable support during the Special Olympics 2003 Global Youth Summit.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 2003
City: Dublin
Country: Ireland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01237
The Nelson Mandela Challenge was established as an annual Golf Classic tournament by the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund (Canada) for fundraising purposes.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMCF (Canada) website
Date: 2003
City: Toronto
Country: Canada
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00307
The Jesse Owens Globaly Award which honours individuals who have made a significant and lasting contribution of enduring quality to society from a background of sports from the International Amateur Athletics Association. (IAAA)
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: correspondence, NMF photo archive, NMF video archive
Date: 21 September 1999
City: Monaco
Country: Monaco
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00185
Nelson Mandela Farewell Game was a soccer match between World Stars v South Africa as a tribute to former President Nelson Mandela. The match was organised by the International Football Association FIFA.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: FIFA
Date: 17 August 1999
Place: Ellis Park Stadium
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00305
Award in Recognition of his Contribution to Democracy, Human Rights and Freedom by the Supreme Council of Sports in Africa.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: ANC website; List from the Office of the President
Date: 19 November 1998
City: Yaounde
Country: Cameroon
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00183
The Award of Human Dignity was presented by Jose Sulaiman, President of the World Boxing Council at its 36th annual convention in Midrand, South Africa.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 1 October 1998
City: Mexico DF
Country: Mexico
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00182
The FIFA Order of Merit in recognition of Mr Mandela's efforts to reconcile South Africans.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: List from the Office of the President, Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: July 1998
City: Zurich
Country: Switzerland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00184
The Life's Warrior Award to President Nelson Mandela in recognition of his lifelong efforts championing the causes of others, from the Holyfield Foundation.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 7 July 1997
City: Fairburn
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01139
The Pierre de Coubertin Fair Play Award. The award is named after the founder of the modern Olympic movement. It was conferred by the International Olympic Committee Member Louis Guirandou N'diaye, who was also acting president of the International Commiittee for Fair Play.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Office of the ANC President: Nelson Mandela Papers at the University of Fort Hare
Date: 25 June 1997
City: Budapest
Country: Hungary
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00181
Cricket bat signed by Hansie Cronje "To President Mandela, thank you for your support! All the best in 1997". Also a photograph signed by Mandela and Hansie Cronje: "Dear Mr President, Only the best for you!" of the awarding of the bat.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 4 January 1997
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00921
The Soccer Honour Award from the Soccer Foundation, the Rural Foundation and the Department of Sports and Recreation.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 26 October 1996
City: Paarl
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00180
Letter from the National Olympic Committee of South Africa dedicating the medals won at the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, signed by Penny Heyns, Josia Thugwane, Hezekiel Sepeng and Marianne Kriel
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 7 August 1996
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Notes: text: You personally were a great inspiration to us during preparations for events and indeed during the events themselves. Your outstanding leadership and dedication to the advancement of all people both in South Africa and throughout the world helped us set our goals. The support of all the people of South Africa, through your leadership, was overwhelming and made us proud to be competing for the first time in Olympic history under a united flag and a united anthem. With love and respect
Reference ID: T01506
Silver plaque presented on the occasion of a friendly match between South Africa and Brazil by the President of the Confederation of Brazilian Football (CBF).
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 24 April 1996
City: Rio de Janeiro
Country: Brazil
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T00820
The Golden Order of Merit from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 23 March 1996
City: Monaco
Country: Monaco
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00179
Fighter of the Century Award was presented to President Nelson R Mandela in honour of the man who fought for freedom and won - on behalf of the South African Boxing fraternity - King Korn Boxing Awards.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Iconography by the HSRC 2004
Date: 25 January 1996
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01819
The King Kong World Boxing Award.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 25 January 1996
Reference ID: T00178
Silver plaque commemorating South Africa's hosting of the African Cup of Nations presented by the African Football Confederation (CAF).
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 1996
City: El Hay El Motamayez
Country: Egypt
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00811
Olympic Movement Unity Award 1995 from the International Olympic Committee.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1995
City: Lausanne
Country: Switzerland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01106
Rugby ball signed by South African Rugby Team The Spjngboks after their victory in the Rugby World Cup in 1995.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: June 1995
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00814
Shield presented by the Lords and Commons Cricket Club Group
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 1995
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00794
The Mandela Trophy 1994/95 for cricket. A one day cricket tournament in 1994/95.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several cricket websites
Date: 2 December 1994
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00308
The Olympic Gold Order from International Olympic Committee President, Juan Antonio Samaranch in Cape Town.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 16 November 1994
City: Lausanne
Country: Switzerland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00175
The Queen's Baton Relay from Queen Elizabeth II to symbolise the return of South Africa into the Commonwealth of Nations and in particular the country’s participation in the Commonwealth Games in Canada after absence of 36 years. The Relay is similar to the Olympic Torch and holds a secret message from Queen Elizabeth II and serves as a unifying symbol to the people of the Commonwealth.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Media reports
Date: 20 June 1994
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00174
Silver tray presented on the occasion of the rugby match between South Africa and England at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 4 June 1994
City: Tshwane
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00823
The Nelson Mandela Challenge was established as an annual soccer tournament between National Teams. The first match was played on 10 May 1994. It is a platform to increase the awareness of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Sports Scheduler website, Nelson Mandela Children's Fund website
Date: 10 May 1994
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00304
Crystal soccer ball presented by the Aston Villa Football Club.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: May 1994
City: Birmingham
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00799
Framed Liverpool T-shirt with players' signatures presented to Pres. N. Mandela by Brian R Mahon and Kaizer Motaung.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: May 1994
City: Liverpool
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00846
Glass star presented by the National Basketball Association (NBA) of the USA.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: August 1994
City: New York City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00797
The Commonwealth Champion of Health medal from the Commonwealth Games, received by South African athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Canada.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1994
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00176
Medallion to commemorate the Nashua Challenge Cup from the Orlando Pirates Football Club.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 1993
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00788
Cricket bat autographed by the Indian National Cricket Team during their tour in South Africa.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 27 October 1992
Country: India
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T00905
IAAF (International Amateur Athletics Federation) plaque thanking Mandela on occasion of the African Unity Athletics meeting.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 24 April 1992
City: Germiston
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01131
Dutch footballer Ruud Gullit dedicates his European Footballer of the Year Award to Nelson Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several websites, media reports
Date: 1987
City: Amsterdam
Country: Netherlands
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00951
Gold medal of G Coetzee, SA National Boxing Control Board, WBA World Heavyweight Champion
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 23 September 1983
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00651
Gold medal from the South American Football Association (CONMEBOL).
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Luque
Country: Paraguay
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T00833
Huge golden boxing glove written "presented to my favorite boxing champion a young South African heavyweight known as President Nelson Mandela’’ from lifelong friend and former world heavyweight champion Smokin' Joe Frazier.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Philadelphia
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00798
Nelson Mandela Memorial Stadium in Kampala, Uganda.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Media reports
Date: unknown
City: Kampala
Country: Uganda
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00100
Pair of red boxing gloves from Nika 'The Sting' Khumalo
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00816
Red boxing glove signed by George Foreman, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00815
The Olympic Games Emblem Award.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: unknown
Reference ID: T00187
West Indies cricket cap: "The highest respect to you sir, your tenacity with the struggle for our people exemplifies greatness", from Richie Richardson, former Captain of the West Indies Cricket Team.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
Country: Carribean Countries
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00920

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