South Africa: Tickets for Match Between Bafana Bafana and Norway On Sale

The City of Cape Town, together with the South African Football Association (SAFA), are pleased to announce that tickets for the match between South Africa and Norway at the Cape Town Stadium on 8 January go on sale today.

Capetonians are invited to begin 2013 on a high note and join 55 000 other fans at one of the most beautiful locations in world soccer, for a match that promises to be a passionate meeting of two evenly matched sides.

The match is scheduled for 20:15 on 8 January 2013. A full Fan Walk activation along Somerset Road in Green Point will be in operation, and fans can expect to be enthralled by the colourful sights and sounds we all remember from the FIFA 2010 World Cup.

General seating tickets are priced at R50.00 and R100.00 respectively, and will be available from Computicket.

Corporate enterprises may purchase a suite or business lounge VIP package from Warwick Hospitality & Events. For more information call 086186 3864.

The City and SAFA would like to urge all fans to secure their tickets as early as possible, so as to be guaranteed a place at what is sure the be one of the highlights of the Festive Season.

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