By Anathi Wulushe
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) released in a statement on October 27, that a total number of 2000 people will be allowed to attend the MTN Final at Moses Mabhida Stadium between Pretoria based side Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town based side Cape Town City on Saturday October 30.
As per directives issued by the minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa and the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture on October 15, the PSL said that there will be no tickets available for sale.
“The attendees will be made up of tickets issued to sponsors of the league as per contractual obligations, MTN8 finalist member clubs’ allocation, and accredited personnel (working staff, members of the media, players, technical team members and match officials).” PSL said.
The PSL expressed that those in attendance must be fully vaccinated and must follow all Covid 19 restrictions.
“As provided in the directives, all attendees must be fully vaccinated and adhere to all covid-19 protocols such as wearing of masks and social distancing.” PSL said.
The PSL added in the statement, “The League calls upon all members of the public to continue supporting Government’s stance on the importance of vaccinations and the achievement of the required herd immunity. The sooner sufficient South Africans are vaccinated, the sooner supporters will be able to return in numbers.”