CAPS United grossed $96 800 after 18 007 fans paid their way to watch the first installment of the Harare Derby against Dynamos. After deducting $33 200 from the combined levies of 15 percent for the stadium, the Sports Commission levy, ZIFA and PSL levies, the club was left with a net amount of $63 600.
Sunday’s match surpassed last year’s Harare Derbies and this year’s Champions League match against TP Mazembe. Last year, the first edition of the Harare Derby at Rufaro Stadium in May grossed $78 000 after 14 000 fans paid to watch the game.
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