AFC organizing secretary Timothy Lilumbi revealed to Goal.com Kenya on Wednesday that a total 30, 000 tickets have already been printed
AFC Leopards organizing secretary Timothy Lilumbi revealed to Goal.com Kenya on Wednesday that a total 25, 000 tickets have already been printed with an additional 5, 000 on standby to make it 30, 000.
Fans will get access to Kasarani Stadium after parting with Sh200 gate fees for terraces and Sh500 for VIP. Some of the BM selling outlets include Kipande House, Shell Kenyatta Avenue, Kencom, Kawangware, Kibera, Kangemi, Hurlingham, Shell, Donholm and Kobil North Airport Road.
Lilumbi also put on notice any fraudster hoping to engage in counterfeit, warning that water tight security features have been imprinted on the tickets. “Anyone found with a fake ticket will be apprehended and charged in a court of law.”
He also assured fans of sound security comprising armed police, GSU, security personnel, bouncers and team scouts.
He encouraged fans to purchase tickets in advance to avoid last minute rash. Gates to Kasarani will be opened as earlier as 10am for easy entry with several gates available. The match will kick-off atr 3pm.