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Gor, Anse tickets to be sold on matchday

Tickets for the preliminary first-leg match of the CAF Confederations Cup between Gor Mahia and Anse Re-union of Seychelles on Saturday at Nyayo National Stadium, will go on sale on the match day, starting 7am.

Speaking during a press briefing at Nyayo National Stadium, Gor Chairman Ambrose Rachier revealed that a total number of 30,000 tickets have been printed.

Wells Fargo, the contracted ticketing company, has printed 5000 VIP tickets and 25,000 for the terraces.

“Wells Fargo will handle the ticketing for the match,” said Rachier. VIP tickets will be retailed at Kshs 1,000, while the terrace tickets will go for Kshs 300.

Rachier further said fans intending to watch the match should not be worried about anything as all security measures have been put in place.

“As assured by FKF and the Kenya Police, there will be adequate security. We have also organised for a back-up from the Big Brother Events and Ticketing Company.”

The selling points for the tickets are; City Stadium, Riadha Hse, Nakumatt Mega, Uchumi Supermarket-Nrb West, Kenya Cinema and Kenol Petrol Station.

Anse landed in the country on Thursday ahead of their clash with the KPL runners-up from last season.


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