Free entry again at FSS game

2015-04-28 14:17
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Cape Town - Free State Stars have announced that entrance to their PSL encounter against Bidvest Wits at Goble Park will free of charge.

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In a statement released on the Free State Stars website, it will be Ea Lla Koto’s second successive match at Goble Park that the club allowed fans to enter for free.

“For the second successive home match, entrance to tomorrow’s PSL clash against Bidvest Wits at Goble Park will again be free for all fans wishing to attend.

It is yet more good news for our loyal supporters and football lovers in Free State who enjoyed free admission to the 1-0 win over Ajax Cape Town last week.

There will be no reserved seats. So please arrive early to secure yourself the perfect vantage point and avoid disappointment.

Please note that kick-off for the match is 18:00 and not 19:30 as previously advertised.”

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