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Benni McCarthy with Tefu Mashamaite © Backpagepix

Soweto Derby tickets sold out



The epic Soweto derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates at the FNB Stadium is sold out, the Glamour Boys reported on the website on Thursday.

The derby is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 8 December, but already it has overshadowed the Telkom Knockout final between Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic set for this weekend in Durban.

“Sold out signs usually cause panic, especially with the desperate supporters falling prey to dodgy tendencies, such as the sale of the counterfeit tickets. We urge the supporters to be cautious and not get themselves into trouble,” the Kaizer Chiefs Corporate Communications Manager, Vina Maphosa, told kaizerchiefs.com.

Parking tickets are still on sale and cost R20 for general access, R40 for disabled parking and R500 for buses. Parking tickets can be purchased at Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlet countrywide.

Kick-off for the much anticipated derby is at 3:30pm.



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