CAPS United have hiked gate charges ahead of their highly anticipated Premier Soccer League match with Dynamos on Sunday.
The cheapest ticket is now pegged at $5 while VIP is $10 and VVIP is $20. Fans can pay through swiping and Eco-cash. In a statement CAPS United explains the reason for the hike and says:
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As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Harare Derby, we host Dynamos in another potentially exciting Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tie at the giant National Sports Stadium this Sunday the 3rd of September 2017 at 1500Hrs.
With the substantial costs involved in hosting derbies including security costs, the cheapest ticket will be going for USD5.00 and for the convenience of our beloved supporters the club has made available swiping and Eco-cash payment facilities in addition to the usual cash method.
CAPS United Football Club would like to appeal to all the soccer loving fans to come in their numbers and rally behind their respective teams.
Gates will be opened early at exactly 1200Hrs and fans are urged to come in time to avoid long queues, unnecessary pressure and regrettable inconveniences.
Initially the cheapest ticket was pegged at $3. The match will be screened live on SuperSport from 14:45.
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