The DHL Stormers will play a historic first-ever Vodacom United Rugby Championship home game in the city of Gqeberha when they take on Dragons RFC on Saturday.
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will be the place to be at 14h00 on Saturday, when the clash with the Welsh team kicks off.
Gates at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will open at 12 on Saturday, so get there early and enjoy the beer tent and foodstalls along with a Red Bull DJ playing live. It will all keep going for another two hours after the match too, so enjoy the party with us.
Gates open: 12h00
Beer tent: 12h00
Kick off: 14h00
The Beer tent will stay open 2 hours after the final whistle.
There will be DHL Stormers flags and SixGun Grill hampers given away, so be sure to bring the gees with you.
All tickets have an allocated seat and you must please sit in the seat purchased as per your ticket.
Tickets are barcoded and scanned on entry, with only one scan per barcode. Please do not copy tickets as once scanned any other tickets with the same barcode will be denied entry. There are no covid certificate or ID requirements to enter the stadium.
Please respect the opposition and those around you. Intoxicated individuals will be denied access or removed from the venue. Take care of your belongings and be aware of the threat of petty crime in the stadium.
Please note that no spectator is allowed access to the pitch. Any person invading the pitch can be prosecuted as this is a criminal offence.
Tickets are still available from TICKETPROS, or the stadium ticket office from just R60 each. CLICK HERE to book your ticket now.
CLICK HERE to read the digital match programme.
This match will be an historic occasion as the people of Gqeberha come out and show their passion for the DHL Stormers. We are very exited to share this experience with you and want every person at the stadium to have an enjoyable time. Thanks for your support and BRING THE GEES.