Kaizer Chiefs and official vehicle partners, Toyota will be back at FNB Stadium to reward supporters who drive any brand of the Toyota range of vehicles with free and secure parking when Amakhosi host their second Soweto Derby this season against Orlando Pirates at FNB on Saturday, 9 November 2019.
The Toyota Zone will afford the first 250 private Toyota vehicles an opportunity to enjoy free and secure parking within the FNB stadium precinct on Saturday when the two Soweto giants meet.
Drivers of these vehicles will be required to present their match tickets and are urged to wear their Amakhosi apparel. The vehicle will be checked, the registration number will be logged and the driver’s contact details will be captured for verification purposes.
Parking tickets can be collected during office hours from Wednesday to Saturday at KC Retail Stores at the Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena, Golden Walk in Germiston and Tramshed in Pretoria. Supporters can purchase their merchandise at these stores
Parking tickets will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
There will be activities at the Toyota Zone such as the Chill Zone as Kaizer Chiefs and official vehicle supplier Toyota will be running exciting activations that will see supporters win amazing prizes when they make use of this exclusive service.
The Kaizer Chiefs Retail team will also be set up at Gate K, turnstile 17 and 18 of the FNB Stadium, starting from around 11:00 when the gates open. This is to ensure that those who attend the match are able to purchase their Kaizer Chiefs apparel as well as other licensed merchandise such as the new Butan range.
There will be another KC Retail set up in the foyer leading up to the presidential and super suites for our supporters, offering great specials on the club’s merchandise.
On the field of play, Amakhosi will attempt to make it two wins in as many weeks over the Buccaneers. The two teams met in the Telkom Knockout last Saturday in Durban and will be battling for the three Absa Premiership league points on Saturday at 15:30.
Tickets for South Africa’s biggest football match are sold out. Those who do not have tickets can watch the game on television.