World champion Boks galore at Vodacom Super Hero Sunday

This weekend will mark Siya Kolisi’s first competitive match since the heroic World Cup final last November and expectations are that a massive crowd will accompany his return at Vodacom Super Hero Sunday at FNB Stadium.

By Thursday morning, ticket sales had pushed beyond 52 000, tantalisingly close to the 55 000-mark recorded in Cape Town last year.

The Springbok captain will lead the DHL Stormers in their 1pm fixture against the Cell C Sharks. He’ll lead a troop of Super Rugby title aspirants who include World Cup champions Steven Kitshoff, Herschel Jantjies and Damian Willemse.

Other World Cup players to feature on Sunday include Elton Jantjies (Emirates Lions), Warrick Gelant (Vodacom Bulls) and Lukhanyo Am, Makazole Mapimpi, Sbu Nkosi and Thomas du Toit (all Cell C Sharks).

Tickets (R60 apiece or four for R200) are still available at Computicket.

The matches will also be broadcast live on SuperSport 1.

Vodacom Super Hero Sunday double header – what you must know

Excitement is building for Vodacom Super Hero Sunday, during which SA’s top players will wear jerseys inspired by Marvel super heroes - the Emirates Lions will be dressed in the familiar webbed suit of Spider-Man; the Cell C Sharks will adopt the Black Panther look; the DHL Stormers will be in the colours of Thor; and the Vodacom Bulls will front up as Captain America.

Fans are encouraged to come dressed as their favourite super hero.

For those attending, please take note of the following:


Gates open at 9am.
Pre-match entertainment starts at noon.
Match 1, 1pm: DHL Stormers (Thor) vs Cell C Sharks (Black Panther).
Match 2, 3.15pm: Emirates Lions (Spiderman) vs Vodacom Bulls (Captain America).


Attendees must collect their tickets from Computicket outlets before making their way to the stadium. There will be ticket collection points at the stadium from 9am at GATE M (Computicket kiosk).


All parking areas, park and rides, Gautrain buses will start operating from 9am.
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Parking is free in designated areas.


Full or partial closures will be in place in several roads near the stadium.


There are two FNB ATM’s at the stadium with an additional four mobile ATM’s.


There will be an ample supply of food and beverages, including a beer garden.


There will be licenced merchandise for sale.


Items reasonably considered to be a danger or risk to the general safety and security of the event are not allowed. These include weapons, alcohol, glass bottles, sharp-pointed umbrellas, musical instruments (excluding vuvuzelas) and offensive banners or flags.


Spectators are reminded to come weather-ready as variable weather (sun and thunder showers) is a regular feature of Gauteng summer weather.