Extra Seating Creates Another Chance to Grab HSBC Cape Town Sevens Tickets

by | Oct 27, 2019

Additional tickets to South Africa’s best live sporting event, the HSBC Cape Town Sevens, will be available on general sale through Computicket (website and outlets) from 09h00 on Monday morning, 28 October.

Tickets, priced at just R150 each, are also still available for play on Friday, 13 December, when all 12 women’s teams will be in action. Saturday and Sunday tickets were sold out with the initial sale in September, but the development of extra seating on the grandstand of the Cape Town Stadium will allow fans to get their hands on a limited number of HSBC Cape Town Sevens tickets for all three days.

The 2019 version of the tournament will bring even more value for money and entertainment to the expected sell-out crowd as the HSBC Cape Town Sevens will undergo a major makeover this year. It will be played over three action-packed days, from 13-15 December, and the world’s best women’s teams will join the action for the very first time.

It means the Springbok Women’s Sevens team will make their South African debut on the afternoon of Friday, 13 December, at Cape Town Stadium.

Gates open at noon on Friday and the first game kicks off at 14h00. Corporates are encouraged to move their Friday drinks to Cape Town Stadium on 13 December and witness the action, which includes a performance by Cape Town’s very own Youngsta CPT as well as an opening ceremony.

Saturday’s play starts at 09h00 and an hour later on Sunday, completing two and a half days of action from the world’s premier rugby sevens athletes to thrill spectators with skill, speed and upsets. The long weekend of rugby action will culminate with finals on Sunday evening, 15 December.

Block bookings are available to corporates by contacting [email protected]. Hospitality inquiries should be made to [email protected]. Prices range from R1 750 per person per day (excluding VAT) for a new ‘Supporters Package’, up to R4 500 per person per day (excluding VAT) for suites and the Business Lounge.

Ticket and travel packages are available from SA Rugby Travel on [email protected].


Photo 1 Caption: Springbok Women’s Sevens head coach Paul Delport previously pictured during his squad announcement for the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens qualifier in Tunisia. Delport will be shifting his focus to the HSCB Cape Town Sevens tournament beginning on Friday, 13 December 2019 at Cape Town Stadium. Photo: gsport


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