The United Rugby Championship (URC) final between the Stormers and Bulls will be played in front of the maximum allowed capacity crowd of 31 000 spectators after tickets sold out on Thursday.
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The last 6 000 tickets for the showpiece match between the two traditional rivals sold on Thursday.
Stormers confirmed tickets had sold out
Fans had hoped that government would relax ongoing lockdown measures to allow for 100% capacity, up from the current 50% attendance for the match.
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Former Springbok front-ranker and current Cape Town deputy mayor Eddie Andrews had, as reported by The South African website, written a letter to president Cyril Ramaphosa requesting that the stadium to be opened to full capacity.
However, that was never going to happen and the Stormers announced that tickets have officially been sold out.
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With the Cape Town Stadium listed as having a capacity of 55 000, that fact that 31 000 tickets have reportedly been sold is already 3 500 more than ‘permitted’.
Kick-off on Saturday, 18 June is at 19:30.
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