Absa Premiership

MTN8 final tickets sold out

2015-09-17 15:33
MTN8 trophy (File)

Cape Town - With two days before the MTN8 final at the Nelson Mandela Bay, the PSL confirmed that tickets for the game are now sold out.

Kaizer Chiefs will play Ajax Cape Town at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium at 15:00 on Saturday, September 19.

The PSL Chief Executive, Brand de Villiers thanked the supporters who have purchased tickets to the game.

“Now that we are sold out, we invite millions across the country and the continent to follow all the action on television through our rights holder partners, SuperSport International and SABC,” De Villiers said.

"We are hoping for a great final between the two clubs. We would like to thank our sponsors, MTN for their support during this tournament."

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