The PSL is a league we all know and love with the history of the different teams rooted deep within the fans.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the stadiums sat empty for close to 2 years, with football still being played. Both the teams and fans are still recovering. However, Cape Town City owner and businessman John Comitis came out last week to announce that Cape Town City home matches will have a structured ticket system implemented for different matches; coming as a shock for fans. For many, R100 for a ticket is too much.
“We budget enough for our tickets, but R100 is too much,” says one fan on the Fan Reaction show. Many fans are questioning this decision and beg for the PSL to step in and regulate ticket prices so that every match, for every team, will cost the same amount.
On the latest episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Mzansi reacted to the ticketing structure put in place for Cape Town City matches, with many suggesting an intervention by the PSL is needed to regulate prices,