Tickets for the Cape Town Cup on sale!

Tickets for the Cape Town Cup on sale!

by Staff Reporter

Tuesday Jun 23, 2015. 09:00

Soccer enthusiasts can now buy their tickets for the inaugural Cape Town Cup – a football festival which will see host team Ajax Cape Town pitting their ball skills against locals Supersport United and their international counterparts, Portuguese team Sporting Clube de Portugal and Crystal Palace FC.

Tickets for the Cape Town Cup are available at Computicket and fans are urged to buy their tickets early, whether it be for the double-header matches on Friday (24 July) or on Sunday (26 July).


The soccer action will kick off on Friday at 17:45 with Supersport United FC and Crystal Palace FC going head to head to secure a spot in the finals. This match will be followed by the Ajax Cape Town and Sporting Clube de Portugal at 20:15, with the teams also doing battle to secure a spot in the next round.

Sunday’s action will start at 13:00, with the losing team of Friday’s first double-header challenging the losing team of the second match. This will be followed by the winners from Friday battling it out to be crowned 2015 Cape Town Cup champions. There will be no extra match time so if there is a stalemate after regulation time, a penalty shootout will decide the champions.

‘We are calling on die-hard soccer fans to come out in their numbers armed with their gees. Let us ignite the iconic Cape Town Stadium once again. It is time to dust off the vuvuzelas and other soccer paraphernalia so we can rally behind the teams doing battle,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Tourism, Events and Economic Development, Councillor Garreth Bloor.

There are various ticket pricing options that will depend on where fans are seated:

· Tickets for seats behind the goal posts, on the north and south stands, will cost R200 per day

· Tickets for seats on the east stand will cost R300 for per day

· Tickets for the best seats in the house on the west stand will cost R400 per day

· The early bird special at R200 a ticket is offered to the first 5 000 general tickets purchased for the Friday matches. These lucky fans will also receive a free ticket for Sunday’s games, to be seated on the middle tier of the north and south stands.

Tickets will not be sold on the day and fans are urged to purchase early in order to avoid disappointment.

To keep up to date on all tournament news, fans are encouraged to follow @CapeTownCup on Twitter.