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  • Cape Town Cup

    Ajax Cape Town / Crystal Palace FC / Supersport United / Sporting Clube de Portugal

    24 July and 26 July Find out More

Cape Town Cup

The Cape Town Cup soccer tournament will see host team Ajax Cape Town welcome Portuguese team Sporting Clube de Portugal, Crystal Palace FC and Supersport United. Set to take place at the iconic Cape Town Stadium on 24 and 26 July, the tickets will be made available via Computicket from 21 June 2015.

‘The City of Cape Town is delighted to host the inaugural Cape Town Cup in our beautiful city. We look forward to welcoming the teams and their many fans. Our support for the tournament is part of the City’s strategy to position Cape Town as the events capital of Africa. Events play a pivotal role in generating visitor expenditure and growing our local economy. Soccer is a unifying sport and events like these bring citizens from all walks of life together. We call on Capetonians to come out in their numbers to support the event,’ said Mayoral Committee Member for Tourism, Events and Economic Development, Councillor Garreth Bloor.

Tickets prices for the Cape Town Cup have been reduced to R60, R80 and R100 and are available through Computicket.

To keep up to date on all tournament news, follow @CapeTownCup on Twitter or visit

Before the event

Take note of the gate opening times. Leave home early to clear security and ticket check-points.

Plan to take part in pre-event entertainment – it can get very festive!

Purchase your tickets only at authorised outlets and online merchants. Ticket touting (i.e. the selling and purchases of tickets outside approved channels) is illegal.

Please note that tickets are generally not sold at the stadium on event days.

Make sure you have your tickets on hand before you leave home, as you will be refused entry without them.

Food and drink items are not permitted into the stadium and confiscated items will not be returned to the bearer. Not to worry though because food and drinks for all tastes are on sale in the stadium.

The stadium does not currently host any cash machines or electronic banking facilities, so before entering it please ensure that you have sufficient cash to purchase your desired items.

Check the weather and dress accordingly. Umbrellas should be avoided as they are distracting and potentially dangerous during events.

At the event

Emergency medical assistance is on hand at all times. Just ask a uniformed staff or security member.

You may only smoke in designated smoking areas. Please respect the health of yourself and those around you.

Please take care of your children and personal belongings at all times.

Lost and found services are at the Visitors’ Welcome Centre.

Disabled facilities are reserved solely for disabled guests and their assistants and are located on level 02.

Event and stadium related information can also be obtained at the Visitor Welcome Centre.

You will find public toilets on Level 00 and Level 06.

Security and guest relations officers are at hand on event days to assist with direction, ticketing and seating, transport and traffic information.

Please note, we do not allow pass-outs during events. Have a safe and happy time at the event.

Getting to Cape Town Stadium

Whether you are coming from the airport, suburbs, the City Bowl or surrounds, it is essential to use public transport or walk from the city centre to Cape Town Stadium. Park personal vehicles in designated parking bays inside the city and continue your journey using a taxi, shuttle or simply walk. Check the traffic report on your event day for updated route information.

Cape Town Stadium Address:

Fritz Sonnenberg Rd,
Green Point, Cape Town, 8051

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