Ticket sales for Test in Bloemfontein open

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Free State Rugby is delighted to announce that the Castle Lager Rugby Championship match between the Springboks and Wallabies on Saturday, 30 September 2017 will be hosted in Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein.

“We are very excited to host a Test after all these years.  It is a special occasion for the Free State and its people.  It will be a great privilege to see the Springboks play in Bloemfontein,” said Mr Harold Verster, Managing Director of the Free State Cheetahs (Pty) Ltd.

The last time the Springboks played in Bloemfontein was in 2010 against the Wallabies.  Toyota Stadium was sold out with the Currie Cup final in 2016 and it would be great to see a full stadium again on the 30th of September.

“When the occasion demands, the true supporter and player will come up to scratch.   After seven years we managed to host the Test against Australia and we call on all to stand up and support us to the full.  When the event occurs we would like all to assist us in leaving a Springbok and Cheetah legacy to not be forgotten,” said Mr Lindsay Mould, President of the Free State Rugby Union.

Tickets for the encounter will be available from 9 June from the ticket office in Toyota Stadium or online at www.fscheetahs.co.za.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Only tickets purchased directly through the official Toyota Cheetah website – www.fscheetahs.co.za or the Toyota Stadium Ticket Office are valid. Please note:  The Free State Cheetahs (Pty) Ltd takes NO responsibility for tickets purchased through unofficial channels.

Season ticket holders will have until 17 July 2017 to buy their tickets where after these reserved seats will be opened to the general public if not taken up by the season ticket holder.  In other words – the only way to secure your seat is to buy the ticket before 17 July 2017.

The ticket office can be contacted for any enquiries at 051 407 1701 / 051 407 1725.

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