It is almost time for Vodacom Super Hero Sunday at the FNB Stadium on the 19th January.
Last year was a huge success as many went to see their teams at Cape Town Stadium.
Stadium Management South Africa announced that a multi-faceted security system will be in place so that we can get 80 000 fans in the stadium.
There are also various transport options for the fans on matc day that start operating at 9am on the day.
1. Self-drive and general parking at no charge
Secure parking at no charge in dedicated parking areas. All the parking areas will be clearly marked and manned by security staff.
Dedicated gas braai areas have also been identified in these parking areas.
2. Park and Ride
Park and ride from Menlyn Park, Emperors Palace and Mall of Africa. Tickets are available from Computicket for R150 return.
Buses will travel in dedicated bus lanes moving easily through traffic and collect and drop passengers at the transport hub, 650m from the stadium.
3. Gautrain buses
Gautrain service with shuttle buses from Park Station. Buses will travel in dedicated lanes and drop passengers at the transport hub, 650m from the stadium.
Dedicated area has been identified for personalised bus service Zeelo. Tickets available at Computicket – R200 per adult and R175 per child (under 12) return.
5. E-hailing Service
A dedicated and secure drop off and collection point with safe walkway to the stadium.
For further information and times please visit www.stadiummanagement.co.za and their social media pages.
We will have DHL Stormers playing the Cell C Sharks and the Emirates Lions playing the Vodacom Bulls. Matches kick off at 13:00 and 15:15 respectively, ensuring that fans will be home before sunset.
Tickets are on sale at Computicket at R60 each or R200 for four.