That might be a strange request, but after failing to reach the 2018 Fifa World Cup, sometimes so many fans fail to pitch up at the stadium and there's many gaps on the stands.
The players hope it will be a different story with Bafana Bafana having a real chance to qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. South Africa beat Nigeria away from home in their first match and a home victory against Libya on Saturday, will already give them an early advantage in the group.
You can watch Itumeleng Khune and Percy Tau talk to the fans here, as well as our Banyana Banyana stars.
@percymuzitau22 urges you to #ComeShowYourLove for Bafana Bafana tomorrow @MMStadium . Tickets selling for as little as R60. @IIKHUNE_32_16 @de4no22 @popeyekeet @KamoheloMokotjo @CastleLagerSA @nikefootballza @flysaa @CAF_Online @Computicket pic.twitter.com/1qAgwpUhIR— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) September 7, 2018
Make us proud boys! From us down here in PE! All the best @BafanaBafana @SasolSA @CastleLagerSA @flysaa @nikefootballza @fifinhojane @IIKHUNE_32_16 @de4no22 @descaptain @KamoheloMokotjo @KgatlanaJnr11 @MaserameLinda @popeyekeet @percymuzitau22 #ComeShowYourLove pic.twitter.com/pzZgbUgWPE— Banyana_Banyana (@Banyana_Banyana) September 7, 2018
@IIKHUNE_32_16 calls for the nation’s support ahead of the crucial qualifier against Libya on Saturday. Tickets are still available for as little as R60 all round. @SAFA_net @CastleLagerSA @flysaa @nikefootballza @CAF_Online @MMStadium @Computicket pic.twitter.com/TdapVGTC5R— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) September 6, 2018