Mbombela ready for Chiefs clash

The Glamour Boys will host Chippa United at the majestic, 43 000-seater Mbombela Stadium. Kick-off is at 18:00.

There was public outrage when soccer lovers heard that Acornbush was taking their encounter against crowd-pullers
Chiefs to KaBokweni, which is a 10 000- seater.

Kaizer Chiefs winger Siphiwe Tshabalala is expected to lead his side when they host Chippa United in an ABSA Premiership encounter at Mbombela Stadium tonight. Kick-off is at 18:00.

Mthuthuzeli Qamba, of Mbombela Stadium management, said as provincial soccer lovers were starved for top football action, this was their opportunity to feast. “We urge all soccer fanatics to purchase their tickets on time to avoid disappointment. People are going on a long weekend, and there is nothing like going out as a family to attend the game on Saturday evening,” he said.

Two weeks later – April 29 – Amakhosi faithfuls will also have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of their team in action when they are hosted by SuperSport United at the same venue. The games will also kick off at 18:00.

Kaizer Chiefs players celebrates. Photos courtesy of Omtle

Tickets for the Chiefs against Chippa encounter are already available at Computicket. They cost R50 for adults, R20 for children aged between 13 and 18 and R10 for kids under 10.

Read: Acornbush United gets their wish

Qamba said they were offering  various VIP hospitality packages,  these include:
• Platinum package, which costs
R1 200 per person. It includes a prime position suite, an executive bar and service staff, parking, a premium buffet and snacks on arrival.
• Gold package costs R850 per person. It includes suite level north, premium bar, parking, expert service staff, full buffet and snacks on arrival.
• Silver package costs R200 per person. It includes parking and food and beverages are on sale.
• There is also a three-seater dry suite, which costs R12 000. This includes food and beverages at the stadium only.
Enquiries: Asiat on 082-700-3664 or  013-757-4600.

Richard Nkosi

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