Chiefs first home game extravaganza!

Kaizer Chiefs have earmarked their first PSL home game against Classic at the Ellis Park stadium on Wednesday, 22 August 2001, 20H00 as the supporters’ welcome back party.

The anticipated razzmatazz will feature live music by a top Y-FM DJ, spinning discs to create the perfect mood for the festivities of the night, which will include crackers, fireworks, balloons, give-aways and some quality soccer.

New players will be welcomed officially and the supporters will enjoy a unique opportunity to be part of a lucky draw that will see one walk away with a bumper-hamper from Multichoice-DSTV and club sponsors Vodacom and Nike.

“The highlight of the evening will be Kaizer Motaung’s special gift to a lucky winner. A handsome cash prize for a registered supporter will be handed out, half of which could be forfeited and carried over to the next home game, if the drawn spectator is not a card carrying supporter.” said club spokesperson, Putco Mafani.

The past season has seen lots of promotional activities at Chiefs’ home games, benefiting spectators and other disadvantaged people from various organizations e.g. Takalani Home of the mentally disabled.

This season will see other organisations like the Carol Shaw Memorial Centre, a drug rehabilitation place from Zuurbekom benefiting and being part of the razzmatazz.

Feedsa, a non-profitable organization, which collects food for charity organisations, will bring disadvantaged children to be part of the festivities at the Ellis Park stadium throughout the season.

“The impact these festivities has had on our players is amazing, creating a winning atmosphere that propels players to want to go an extra mile, improving their overall performance,” said club chairman, Kaizer Motaung.

Tickets are R15 adults and R5 juveniles, and are already available at the Ellis Park stadium and Sportsmen’s Warehouse, Southgate.

Don’t miss out, be part of the festivities!

For further information, please contact Putco Mafani, PRO on 941 1505 & 082 991 0977.