Kaizer Chiefs’ fathers and their sons will connect with their beloved football club like never before as the inaugural Vodacom Red Father and Son Sleepout with Kaizer Chiefs brings the Amakhosi family even closer together.
On 31 August, 100 fathers and their sons (aged 4-10) will camp out in style at the Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena as part of an exclusive Vodacom Red reward experience that is connecting the current and next generation of Amakhosi fans to each other, and to their passion.
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“Our supporters are our greatest strength. in fact, we have always felt that we are a family of millions. The Vodacom Red Father and Son Sleepout is another example of how being a Kaizer Chiefs fan makes you a part of this bigger family,” said Kaizer Motaung Jnr.
“As a father myself, I have also been fortunate to live the passion of Kaizer Chiefs with my own father who is also our chairman, Kaizer Motaung Snr. I know what it means to a young boy to share the passion of this great football club with his father. So, this is a very special experience for Vodacom’s Red clients and our valued fans.”
The Vodacom Red Father and Son Sleepout with Kaizer Chiefs is exclusive to Vodacom Red clients and is a money-can’t-buy opportunity for fathers and father-figures to create lifelong memories with their young sons.
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It’s about creating time beyond just the 90 minutes of a football match. It’s about giving fathers valuable time to connect with their sons and help them to live up to the Kaizer Chiefs family values to “Share the love and hold the peace”.
It’s about fathers playing the most important “game” of their lives, and winning with their sons.
“Kaizer Chiefs is a club that makes a difference in its community. Our sponsor Vodacom shares our passion to make this club a lifestyle for our supporters. We know our fans live busy lives. Many of them travel far and work long hours. But we speak about being Amakhosi 4 Life for a reason. At this club, we’re here to help our supporters live a life of significance. And a strong community of fathers who are involved in their sons’ lives makes us an even stronger club,” said Motaung Jnr.