30 April 2013
Kaizer Chiefs host United FC at FNB Stadium on Saturday night in a match that promises to deliver plenty of fireworks as both teams eye a place in the Nedbank Cup final. With Stuart Baxter at the helm, Amakhosi have brought back the glory to Naturena and could just reward their faithful fans with not one but two trophies this season. Having overcome Bloemfontein Celtic in the previous round, Kaizer Chiefs will be in a buoyant mood against their First Division opponents who beat African Warriors 3-2 in the quarterfinals.
Gates open at 5pm with kickoff scheduled for 8:15pm. Happy Hour is at selected bars between 5pm and 6pm. Fans are urged not to bring any food, alcohol or drinks to the Stadium as these items will not be permitted past the Entry Gates.
Tickets are on sale now at Computicket outlets countrywide, via online bookings at www.computicket.com or by using the Bookings Hotline at 0861 915 8000. Tickets cost R40 for adults and R10 for children. Parking tickets can also be purchased from Computicket at R20 for General Access or Disabled Access and R400 for Bus parking. Top Six taxi’s has availed 50 mini busses on regular taxi routes going to the stadium at R10pp and R12pp return, the pick-up and drop off points will be at the stadium transport hub.
Hospitality Packages are on sale at R1 254 per person including VAT, which includes a suite ticket in a VIP Viewing Suite, buffet meal, and a local complimentary bar, parking ticket and personalized service throughout the evening. For more information and bookings contact SAIL at www.sail.co.za; email email@example.com or call 081 486 3823.
SMSA reminds fans that there is a strict No Smoking Policy at FNB Stadium and urges patrons to adhere to these smoke-free restrictions within the Stadium. SMSA will also be monitoring the unauthorized sale of tickets and goods at FNB Stadium and cautions fans against the sale and or purchase of such items as these could lead to arrest and prosecution.