King's Cup tickets go on sale

2015-07-03 16:30
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Cape Town – Tickets for the King’s Super Cup in which both Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs will participate are officially on sale.

According to Amakhosi's official website, the tickets will at first only be sold in Swaziland in order to give local people an advantage.

The tickets are going on sale in Swaziland on Friday, 10 July.

Early the following week, they will be available on the South African market (Computicket) – a definite date still has to be confirmed.

The King’s Super Cup will be held on Saturday, 18 July.

Chiefs face Mbabane Swallows in the semi-finals at 9:00, followed by the match between Orlando Pirates and Swazi league champions, Royal Leopards at 11:00.

The games will take place at the Somhlolo National Stadium in Lobamba, which is between Mbabane and Manzini.

The cost of the tickets will be R250 (ordinary) and R500 (VIP).

The final will take place at 15:00.

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