There will be two big games at DHL Newlands on Friday as DHL Western Province face the Vodacom Blue Bulls at 16h15 in a Currie Cup Qualifier before the DHL Stormers take on the Sunwolves at 19hoo.
There will be two big games at DHL Newlands on Friday as DHL Western Province face the Vodacom Blue Bulls at 16h15 in a Currie Cup Qualifier before the DHL Stormers take on the Sunwolves at 19h00.
It will be the first game of the season for coach John Dobson’s DHL Western Province side in what will be a curtain raiser for the historic first Vodacom Super Rugby clash between the DHL Stormers and the newcomers from Japan.
Make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment, and get down to DHL Newlands early so that you do not miss a minute of the action.
After consultation with City of Cape Town Health Officials and in line with legislation, no smoking of any kind will be allowed in the stadium which has been declared a non-smoking facility.
Previously the stadium featured four designated smoking areas in the corners of the ground, with smoking in the stands prohibited, but this is no longer allowed and all forms of smoking (including e-cigarettes) in any part of the stadium now in contravention of the stadium rules.
For this match, NO alcohol may be removed from the bars and consumed on the stands, given liquor licensing restrictions.
Tickets for the game are available from Computicket, the iamastormer.com website and the stadium box office, and supporters are encouraged to book early to avoid being disappointed or having to stand in long queues.
Parking is available at schools in the stadium vicinity at Groote Schuur Primary School (R50), Sans Souci Girls’ High School (R50) and Westerford (R50).
To read the stadium rules CLICK HERE
To read some Frequently Asked Questions CLICK HERE