Former Bafana Bafana skipper Lucas Radebe's testimonial at Elland Road yesterday saw 37 896 people coming through the gates, which was the largest crowd of the season.
The game, which was played between a World XI and a Leeds United XI to celebrate Radebe's 10 years of service to the club, saw £300,000 (more than R3 million) raised towards charity.
Radebe played for both teams, with the World XI winning the game 7-3.
'The Chief', as he is known in Leeds, was joined in the Leeds side by fellow South A African Phil Masinga, while Mark Fish, Doctor Khumalo and Aaron Mokoena.
Zimbabwean-born former Liverpool goal keeper Bruce Grobelaar also made a brief appearance for the World team and was said to have been at his eccentric best.
Leeds United XI - Nigel Martyn, Gary Kelly, Seth Johnson, Vinnie Jones, Lucas Radebe, Gordon Strachan, Phil Masinga, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Gary McAllister, Gary Speed, Clyde Wijnhard, Neil Sullivan, Tony Yeboah, Frazer Richardson, Paul Butler, Lucy Ward, Matthew Kilgallon, Aaron Lennon, Gunnar Halle, Shaun Derry, Chris Kamara, David Batty.
World XI - Paul Robinson, Franck Queudrue, Olivier Dacourt, Lucas Radebe, Mark Fish, Mancini, John Carew, Juan Pablo Angel, Ally McCoist, Jay Jay Okocha, Ivan Campo, Bruce Grobbelaar, Doctor Khumalo, Nolberto Solano, Zlatko Zahovic, Lee Sharpe, Eirik Bakke, Gunnar Halle, Kevin Lisbie, Aaron Mokoena, Matt Le Tissier.