The Match in Africa: Limited fan & viewing park tickets now available

The Match in Africa: Limited fan & viewing park tickets now available

Experience The Match in Africa with like-minded fans in the exclusive Viewing Zone. 

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

Those who weren’t able to secure their tickets to see the sold-out Match in Africa at Cape Town Stadium can still experience the energy and excitement in the Cape Town Stadium Precinct on 7 February 2020.

A Viewing Zone area on the Precinct’s rugby and cricket fields has now been opened up so that families, groups and individuals can enjoy the match on a big screen in an informal environment, with the stadium as their backdrop.

The Viewing Zone is a dedicated area with multiple viewing spaces and activities available as you pass through The Match in Africa Fan Park. Viewing Zone ticket holders are invited to bring their own picnic blankets and fold-up, camping or deck chairs to make themselves comfortable.

Those who have purchased Match or Fan & Viewing Park tickets all have access to the Fan Park. The Fan Park is a space that will allow fans to have some fun before the event, participate in activations, enjoy some of the great food and beverages on offer, and take in the pre-match vibe. You can also get your hands-on The Match in Africa merchandise as you explore the Fan Park before the match.

7000 limited Viewing Zone Tickets are available on Computicket, ranging in price from R 100 to R350 per person, on a first-come-first-served basis. Computicket is the only official ticket sales agent for the Viewing Zone, and tickets are limited to 6 per person.

No tickets will be available for sale at the event.

How to order tickets:

1. Visit and click on the Federer vs Nadal match link

2. Next, click on the Viewing Zone link.

3. Select the number of tickets you would like (up to 6).

4. Proceed to checkout.

The Match in Africa is the sixth edition of this event but the first ever to take place on African soil. The main match features Roger Federer playing long-time rival Rafael Nadal, plus there is a celebrity curtain-raiser match.

All the net profits generated by The Match in Africa will be channelled into the Roger Federer Foundation, which supports education in rural southern Africa.

For more information, visit

The Match in Africa is presented by Rolex, with official sponsors Credit Suisse, Moët & Chandon, Lipton and Stella Artois. Mercedes-Benz is an official supplier for the event. 

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