The Cape Town Stadium Soccer Festival on 23 January will see Premier Soccer League sides Santos and Ajax Cape Town do battle for local pride as the Mother City’s brand new, R4.5-billion stadium is opened for the first event.
The event, hosted by the City of Cape Town, organised by Stadium Operators SAIL STADEFRANCE and sponsored by Virgin Active Health Clubs and MTN, will give local fans a chance to see another instalment in the fierce rivalry between these two great Cape Town clubs.Read more
Cape Town Premier Soccer League sides Santos and Ajax Cape Town will meet in an eagerly-anticipated Derby at The Cape Town Stadium Soccer Festival on 23 January (kick-off 16h00), with local pride at stake for both teams.
The pair has enjoyed good seasons and as they enter the final stretch in the League, and will be hoping to use the event, hosted by the City of Cape Town, organised by Stadium Operators SAIL STADEFRANCE and sponsored by Virgin Active Health Clubs and MTN, to fine-tune preparations for the remainder of the campaign.Read more
Hosted by the City of Cape Town, all 20 000 tickets have been sold out for the Cape Town Stadium Soccer Festival on January 23 as fans gear up for the local Derby between Santos and Ajax Cape Town (16h00 kickoff).
It will be a day of fun and celebration at the brand new, R4.5-billion Cape Town Stadium as Mother City residents get their first glimpse of the inside of the multi-purpose sports complex in an event, organised by Stadium Operators SAIL STADEFRANCE and sponsored by Virgin Active Health Clubs and MTN.Read more
The two Mother City Premier Soccer League sides Santos and Ajax Cape Town is packed with upcoming rising talent, a result of two of the best youth development systems in the country.
There will be plenty of talent on show for fans, including these local stars:
Cape Town Tourism is urging all Capetonians to Live It! Love It! LOUDER! at the first in a series of Cape Town Stadium test events on January 23, 2010. Three days ahead of the big game all 20 000 tickets are sold-out and Cape Town Tourism is pleased to see the enthusiasm with which Capetonians have heeded the call to attend this inaugural event.Read more
Cape Town’s Executive Mayor Alderman Dan Plato invites members of the media to attend a briefing on the eve of the first event to be held at the new Cape Town Stadium.Read more
Cape Town Tourism has partnered with a number of public relations organisations to proactively represent the Mother City abroad. The appointments will accurately meet the current demand for information and will assist in managing realistic perceptions of destination Cape Town and Cape Town as a 2010 FIFA World Cup host city.Read more
Cape Town, 18 December 2009 – Thousands of Capetonians and soccer fans will finally be able to experience the magnificence of the city’s R4,5 billion Cape Town Stadium as the first event of the inaugural programme is hosted by the City of Cape Town.
The City of Cape Town, as part of it’s “readiness programme” for the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup, will host the first soccer match to be played at the stadium – and fitting to the occasion, the two top Premier Soccer League teams of Cape Town, Ajax Cape Town and Santos, will complete head on in what promises to be a spectacular performance.Read more
The FIFA Final Draw has determined the fixtures for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and fans from across the world are rushing to book accommodation in the cities where their teams will be playing in June and July 2010.
With many Cape Town residents wanting to convert their homes into temporary rental accommodation during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, two significant problem areas exist. On the one hand, visitors booking temporary accommodation have little assurance that the accommodation they pay for will live up to their expectations and deliver on the promises made. On the other hand, individuals wanting to rent out their homes may have difficulty marketing their accommodation offerings to potential 2010 FIFA World Cup visitors.Read more