The South African Football Association has revealed how fans can get their hands on tickets for Tuesday's clash between Bafana Bafana and Ethiopia.
On Monday, SAFA confirmed that, after meetings with Minister of Sport, Nathi Mthethwa, and his Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla, permission had been granted for 2000 spectators to attend Tuesday's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Ethiopia.
"Fans have been hungry to return to the stadium and the small business and informal sector will receive a massive boost as a result of this initiative," SAFA president Danny Jordaan said.
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"This news will be received with delight by those who sell food, flags and taxi drivers who take fans to the stadiums.
"It is part of the economy that had suffered a lot as a result of fans not being allowed to attend matches. I am happy, this is the beginning of the restoration of the football economy."
Those wishing to attend the match must be fully vaccinated and complete an online application on the Ticketmaster website, following which successful applicants will be emailed their tickets for the highly-anticipated encounter at the FNB Stadium.
Aspirant match-goers can register their interest in attending the match by applying here.