MTN8 finals to be held in Durban
The 2014/2015 MTN8 finals between the Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will be hosted at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night at 20:15 the 20 September.
“We are excited to announce that the MTN8 final will be hosted by Durban – a place that has proven to be a huge success for us in the last couple of years,” said Premier Soccer League CEO, Brand de Villiers, at the event’s announcement on Friday.
Tickets for the match are being sold at Computicket or at Shoprite for R80.00 from the 5th of September; De Villiers has said that the tickets will be selling out fast.
“What I can say to the fans is that they must purchase their ticket soon. We know that the stadium can only take around 50 000 and, once we reach safety capacity; we will close the sale of tickets. ”
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