Cape Town is in for an action-packed long weekend of rugby and football at the Mother City’s iconic stadiums.

Cape Town City gets the ball rolling on Saturday afternoon in a DSTV Premiership clash against Kaizer Chiefs at Athlone Stadium.

City is currently fifth on the PSL table and looking to strengthen its chances of a place in the CAF competition positions with a win on Saturday.

Gates for the game open at 12:30 for a 15:30 kick off.

Tickets for the game are available at various TicketPro outlets across the city.



Later on Saturday, the DHL Stormers will be going for a second straight win in the United Rugby Championship when they meet Irish side Ulster at DHL Stadium.

Wing Leolin Zas, whose two tries helped down Edinburgh last week, is aware of the magnitude of the game.

In 2022, the Stormers needed a last minute Manie Libbok touchline conversion to beat Ulster in the URC semifinal. 

“It’s going to be a tough one,” Zas said.

“We are a team that focuses a lot on ourselves and we are trying to get right the things that we want to do. We aren’t going to look too much into Ulster, but instead at our opportunities and trying to finish them. Saying that, Ulster is a quality team and deserve plenty of credit.”

Among Ulster’s ranks is former DHL Stormers captain Steven Kitshoff, who will return to Cape Town for the first time since taking up the move to Ireland after the 2023 World Cup.

Gates for the game open two hours before kick-off which is at 19:15.

Ticket holders are encouraged to utilise the park and ride system where they park their vehicles in the city centre and take the free MyCiTi shuttle to the stadium.

More details on the shuttle are available on the MyCiTi website.

General action during the 2023/24 Investec Champions Cup match between DHL Stormers and Stade Rochelais held at the Cape Town Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa on 16 December 2023. Photo by Shaun Roy/DHL




On Sunday, Cape Town Spurs will go up against Moroka Swallows at Athlone Stadium.

Spurs go into the game on a good run of form, having collected 8 out of 12 points from their last four games in a bit to avoid relegation.

Coach Ernst Middendorp has cautioned his team to keep their feet on the ground as other relegation-threatened clubs are also focused on the same task.

“We need to remain humble, work hard, and we will,” Middendorp said.

Kick-off is at 15:30 with gates opening at 14:30.

Tickets for the game are available at Ticketpro.

Luke Baartman of Cape Town Spurs celebrates goal during the DStv Premiership 2023/24 football match between AmaZulu and Cape Town Spurs at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban on 22 December 2023 ©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix






The Bayhill Finals will bring down the curtain on an exciting long weekend of sporting action at the Athlone Stadium on Monday, 1 April 2024.

After five days of action, featuring 32 under-19 teams, the tournament’s final day will see six clubs contesting for three trophies, including the rights to be crowned Premier Cup champions for 2024.

“The Bayhill Premier Cup holds a special place in the hearts of many soccer lovers,” said Bayhill Tournament Director, Rayaan Alie.

“We are confident that they (fans) will come out in their numbers again this year to support the tournament, and the young players who will aim to give their all on the pitch. We are incredibly excited to see how the script will unfold this year, and wish every team the very best of luck over the next few days.”

A R50 ticket will give spectators front row seats to three games from some of the best under-19 sides at the tournament.

Tickets are available at Webtickets.

Gates open at 9am.

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