According to current government COVID-19 protocols for sporting fixtures in South Africa, rugby venues are permitted to accept up to 50 percent capacity for vaccinated or COVID-19 negative attendees.
All spectators attending Vodacom United Rugby Championship or Carling Currie Cup matches at DHL Stadium must provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the match.
Tickets for the Vodacom URC Grand Final are available only from the Ticketpro website (CLICK HERE to visit Ticketpro website).
Callouts will be stationed at the stadium offering Rapid Antigen testing at R 150 at the Main West Gates 1 – 11, between 15h00 and 19h00. Results will be available within 15 minutes of testing. Please use this link to pre-book: https://cutt.ly/sJd4ENU.
Under 12s do not need to provide any documentation as they cannot be vaccinated.
Your vaccination certificate or negative COVID-19 test must be presented along with your ID on entry to any match at DHL Stadium.
All those attending will have to adhere to government regulations by following to the correct social distancing protocols by staying one metre apart and wearing a medical mask when indoors. Masks are no longer required to be worn in open air spaces but are in indoor areas – all spectators must please still bring a mask to the stadium for use in venues/areas considered to be indoors.
The stadium has disabled seats which can be accessed via the all access ramp on Fritz Sonnenberg Road. Seating for guests and their caregivers is located on level 02 (podium).
Disabled toilets are available exclusively for our guests with disabilities and are located on level 02.
Disabled seating and parking facilities, may be booked through the event organizer for each event.
Public transport services and parking facilities for the disabled may differ from event to event. Please visit our events page for event specific details.
Elevators in all foyers provide wheelchair access to our business, banqueting and hospitality levels and facilities.
List of prohibited items for events at DHL Stadium.
Bottles: Cans, glass or Plastic bottles of any kind including squeezer bottles
Firearms, ammunition or device as defined in the Firearms Control Act, 2000 (Act No.60 of 2000)
Sharp metal objects
Tear gas, mace or similar airborne chemical agents
Items which could cause injury
Banners or flags with, racist, sexist, discriminatory or offensive content
Flagpole or banner pole of any kind, unless it is made from inflammable and flexible plastic and does not exceed 1 metre in length 1cm in diameter
Ambush marketing items
Drunkenness and unacceptable behavior
Dangerous weapons as defined in Dangerous Weapon Act, 1968 (Act No.71 of 1968) including Knifes and sticks
Unauthorized Cameras with detachable lenses
Fraudulent tickets and ticket holder
Stadium Experience: https://dhlstadium.co.za/stadium-experience/
For more information on DHL Stadium and its facilities, please contact:
Fritz Sonnenberg Road