BREAKING: PSL announces the return of fans! Soweto derby to sell out!
PSL chairman Irvin Khoza made a massive announcement just moments ago… fans will be allowed to return to stadiums for the 2022/23 DStv Premiership!
It has been well over two years since fans were allowed to enter stadiums to watch the PSL live.
Back in March 2020, Covid regulations were announced, calling a halt to live attendances nationwide. However, over the past couple of weeks, some major sporting codes have begun to allow fans in. As restrictions eased more people were allowed to watch their favourite teams live.
It started with rugby allowing 500 fans, then 20 000 until 50% capacity was allowed into the United Rugby Championship final and then full capacity for the Springboks‘ three-match Test series against Wales.
Now, the PSL will be allowing fans back – finally! So, how man fans will be allowed back, from when and do you have to be vaccinated to attend?
PSL CHAIRMAN KHOZA FINALLY CONFIRMS THE RETURN OF FANS
Khoza finally made the huge and much-anticipated announcement we have all been waiting for – the return of fans to stadiums in their full capacity!
100% attendance is now officially allowed from the start of the DStv Premiership on 5 August 2022.
This was confirmed by Khoza at the PSL headquarters in Parktown on Friday.
Mzanzi can now get excited for sold-out Soweto derbies between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates! As well as Tshwane derbies between defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns and Gavin Hunts SuperSport United.
Which match are you most excited to go and watch? Let us know in the comments below.