Cape Town Stadium goes rugby!

27/01/2010 at 16:07 12 comments


With the first event held at Cape Town Stadium – a football match between Ajax Cape Town and Santos – being described as a success, the next sports event is already around the corner: a rugby match between the Stormers and Boland.

A total 40.000 tickets have been made available, twice the number of tickets that were available during the football match of January 23. The reason for this is that the City of Cape Town and all other stakeholders want to test the stadium’s functionality step by step.

Tickets can be booked through computicket.

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