3 May 2017

Orlando Stadium will be the weekend focus when it hosts the Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns Absa Premiership encounter this Sunday, 7 May (Kick Off: 3pm).

Gates will open at 11am with road closures in operation around the precinct from midday (12pm).

Stand tickets are still available through Computicket and Shoprite Checkers retail outlets around the country costing R40 each (R10 for children under-12) with secure basement parking within the facility costing R100 per vehicle.

There is also the VIP comfort with hospitality packages costing R1 995 p/p excl. VAT available through the same outlets and SAIL (blessing@sail.co.za and www.sail.co.za).

Patrons are warned that NO tickets will be sold anywhere near the precinct and to only purchase tickets from the retail outlets with the no ticket, no entry rule applying in the Orlando Stadium precinct.

Trading of fake tickets will lead to prosecution with strict and tight security around the Orlando Stadium precinct.

The general public is also prohibited from bringing dangerous items like guns, knives and sharp-pointed objects will not be brought in to the precinct with additional safety security messages as well as FAQs available on https://www.stadiummanagement.co.za/about/stadium-terms-of-entry/

There are Top6 Taxis operating in the Gauteng region to the venue (contact Kgomo 072 821 6243).

While Bucs are in search of a top eight place in the league standings in their penultimate home fixture in this campaign, high-flying Downs are in search of league glory as the season reaches the final stretch.

SAPS: 0860 10111 or 011 983 4800
Computicket: 0861 915 8000
SMSA communication channels: @Orlandostadium and @OfficialSMSA

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