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Nedbank Cup

Tickets on sale for Nedbank Cup Last 32!

22/02/2016
Tickets on sale for Nedbank Cup Last 32!

The match-up between two giants of the domestic game is just one of a number of enticing fixtures, including the chance for some minnows to write new chapters in South African football folklore.

The Nedbank Cup last round of 32 will kick-off on the first week of March – with the opening fixtures pencilled for March 2 when debutants Mthatha Bucks travel to Cape Town to play Santos at Athlone Stadium, while Maritzburg United will host Black Leopards at the Harry Gwala Stadium.

Tickets can be purchased at Computicket and Shoprite Checkers stores nationwide.

Except for the Soweto Derby, tickets for:
Last 32 fixtures will be R40 for adults and R10 for children under the age of 12.

For the clash between Pirates and Chiefs on March 5, ticket prices:
R100 (level 1 and 2),
R80 (level 5) and R15 for children under the age of 12.

NEDBANK CUP LAST 32 FIXTURES

Wednesday, March 2
19:30 Santos vs Mthatha Bucks - Athlone Stadium
19:30 Maritzburg Utd vs Black Leopards - Harry Gwala Stadium

Friday, March 4
20:00 Bidvest Wits vs Bloem Celtic - Bidvest Stadium
20:00 Steenberg United vs Platinum Stars - Athlone Stadium

Saturday, March 5
15:00 Orlando Pirates vs Kaizer Chiefs - FNB Stadium
15:00 Golden Arrows vs Milford FC - King Zwelithini Stadium
15:00 EC Bees FC vs Magesi FC - Buffalo City Stadium
18:00 Ajax Cape Town vs Free State Stars - Athlone Stadium
20:15 University of Pretoria vs Polokwane City - Tuks Stadium

Sunday, March 6
15:00 Polokwane City vs African All Stars - Peter Mokaba Stadium
15:00 Chippa United vs Baroka FC - Buffalo City Stadium
15:00 Highlands Park vs Mamelodi Sundowns - Venue TBC
15:00 Sibanye Golden Stars vs Mbombela United - Griffons Rugby Stadium
15:00 United Rovers vs Black Aces - GWK Rugby Stadium

Tuesday, March 8
19:30 Moroka Swallows vs SuperSport United - Dobsonville Stadium
19:30 Jomo Cosmos vs AmaZulu - Olen Park Stadium

*The views represented are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent those of Nedbank.