Sunday, 28 April 2019 @ 14:30
R50.00 - R150.00
SALE CONDITIONS AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS To assist with your booking, the following Frequently Asked Questions cover a range of queries you may have.Tickets for The Castle Corner TERRACE and Castle Corner DECK area can be purchased online at Ticketpros, or call centres, or at the stadium. Age restriction is 18 years or older.
DO CHILDREN PAY FOR A GRANDSTAND SEAT? Domestic Matches: Yes. Any person pays the same for a grandstand seat. There is a discounted rate for children on the grass only. ALL patrons need a ticket to enter the stadium International Matches: Yes. Children of all ages pay the full price for a grandstand seat for International matches. There is a discounted price for scholars on the grass, kids under 6 years will pay a minimum of R10 per ticket for the grass only. MAY I BRING IN MY OWN BEVERAGES? Yes. Fans ARE ALLOWED to bring in their own non alcoholic beverages in sealed plastic containers. MAY I BRING IN MY OWN FOOD? Yes. Fans ARE ALLOWED to bring in their own food ARE UMBRELLAS ALLOWED? Yes. Fans may bring in their umbrellas but may only sit on the East embankment. Umbrellas must be placed behind the white line marked on the embankment. Please note that umbrellas displaying advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners/sponsors/suppliers/vendors of the event (in any language) are not permitted.
ARE GAZEBOS ALLOWED?Yes. Fans may bring in gazebos for placement on the East embankment only. Limited spacing available. Please note that gazebos displaying advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners/sponsors/suppliers/vendors of the event (in any language) are not permitted.
ARE CHAIRS ALLOWED? Yes. Fans are allowed to bring camping/fold up chairs. ARE CAMERAS ALLOWED? Yes, but note that the cameras should be for personal and non-commercial use only. No cameras with telephoto lenses will be allowed unless the person has Media accreditation. ARE BANNERS ALLOWED? Yes banners are allowed into the stadium provided they are not vulgar, political, racial, discriminatory, sexual in nature, or display advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of the partners / sponsors / suppliers / vendors of the event (in any language) or deemed to be offensive or impact on the view of other spectators. FOOD AND BEVERAGE OUTLETS Kiosks are available around the stadium and food and beverages can be purchased regularly throughout the stadium. These facilities are sign posted. Limited card machines available. Standard Banks are available at Gates 1 & 3. ACCESS FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED PATRONS There is a platform on the grass area on the West embankment which is very wheelchair friendly. You only purchase a grass ticket for you and your helper to sit in that area. There is also a paraplegic toilet right next to the platform. PARKING Accessible parking is available within the VIP Parking area. Please note that this is subject to capacity. Vehicles must display a valid wheelchair parking permit to obtain access. Access is through the main vehicle gate and immediate right. STADIUM ACCESS ENTRANCE Access is through Gate 1 and can be accessed using the walkway in front of Gate 1. SEATING FACILITIES Wheelchair seating is available under the secondary scoreboard. Patrons will require a grass ticket. TOILET To the left of the seating area THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT PERMITTED WITHIN THE STADIUM All types of alcoholic beverages Animals (Other than guide dogs) Air horns (Nuisance items/equipment) Cameras with telephoto lens and Tripods for cameras Cans / Glass containers Gas braai equipment & portable braais Pyrotechnics/Firearms Wood and charcoal NEW LAW PROHIBITS SMOKING WITHIN THE STADIUM