21 April 2017
FNB Stadium will host the most anticipated of the Nedbank Cup quarterfinal match ups when Kaizer Chiefs and defending champions, SuperSport United, fight for a place in the last four stages of the competition on Saturday, 22 April (Gates open 3pm.Kick off 6pm).
Tickets (costing R60 each and R15 each for children under-12) are through Ticketpro retail outlets that include Edgars, Jet, CNA and Postnet stores around the country with fans encouraged to purchase at these outlets before making way to the precinct. The no ticket, no entry rule will apply.
There is some history between the two sides as SuperSport coach Stuart Baxter led Amakhosi to their last Nedbank Cup victory in 2013 before leading Matsatsantsa to their title last season.
Patrons should note that there will be strict security measures around the precinct, with fans also prohibited from bringing dangerous items like guns, knives and sharp-pointed objects to the precinct with additional safety and security messages as well as FAQS available on www.stadiummanagement.co.za.
Guests are also warned about being purchasing parking from illegal car guards as the only parking is the fenced off area within the FNB Stadium Precinct.
There will also be Top6 Taxis public transportation (contact Kgomo 072 821 6243) available on the day to ferry fans to and from Orlando Stadium.
SAPS: 0860 10111 or 011 983 4800
Computicket: 0861 915 8000