Organisers of the 2016 COSAFA Under-20 Championships, sponsored by PPC, have confirmed that fans will be able to gain free entrance to matches at the tournament to be staged from December 7 to 16 in South Africa’s North West Province.
“Supporters can collect their tickets, which will be valid for all the nine match days, including the final, from one of the designated collection points,” COSAFA stated in a press release.
“Tickets will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis and will be limited in number to ensure there are no capacity issues on match-day.”
Tickets are available at Ubank branches in the North West Province, North West Department of Education and Sport Development will distribute through selected schools in the region, Moses Kotane Local Municipality at the Mogwase complex, Sun Village complex, Municipal offices, Boikhutso filling station, Ledig industrial, Maseve Platinum mine, Madikwe taxi ranks, Northam complex, Swartklip Union mine and numerous taverns and pubs in the
Tickets are also available at Bojanala Platinum District Municipality at the Rustenburg taxi rank and Municipal offices, Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela Museum, Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela tribal administration and traditional councils and churches.
Fans would be able to get the tickets at the match venues, the Moruleng and Mogwase stadiums on each match-day.
“Tickets have nine blocks representing each match-day. Upon arrival at the stadium, security personnel will stamp the ticket in the block for the appropriate set of games,” COSAFA stated.
Botswana’s Under-20 side opens its campaign against Swaziland on December 7, face Lesotho three days later before rounding off their group stage matches with a mouthwatering tie against South Africa on December 12.