Stormers Ready to Break Attendance Records for URC Semi-Final

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The Stormers are gearing up for an exciting United Rugby Championship (URC) semi-final against Connacht at DHL Stadium. With a record-breaking attendance of over 44,000 fans at their last match, the team hopes to surpass their own record and make a lasting impression on the championship.

Full Stadium Available for Online Ticket Sales

As anticipation builds for the semi-final, demand for tickets has surged. As many as 35,000 fans had purchased their tickets by midweek, leading to the full stadium being made available for online ticket sales.

Steven Kitshoff’s Possible Farewell Appearance

Stormers wing Leolin Zas expressed his appreciation for the fans in Cape Town and acknowledged the importance of their support. He also reflected on the possibility of Steven Kitshoff’s final appearance on home soil, stating that the team would love to give him a home final before he leaves.

Unwavering Support of Fans

The Stormers have the unwavering support of their fans, who are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to witness history in the making. Fans’ belief in the team and their willingness to spend their hard-earned money on tickets to watch the Stormers play is a significant factor in the team’s performance.

Potential Record-Breaking Attendance

The upcoming semi-final promises to be an unforgettable event, with both teams showcasing their skills and determination to secure a spot in the final. With the support of their fans, the Stormers are poised to continue their momentum in the championship. This enthusiasm has also spilled over to the local businesses surrounding the stadium, with restaurants, pubs, and vendors preparing for an influx of rugby fans.

As the countdown to the semi-final continues, the Stormers are determined to make their mark on the United Rugby Championship. With the stage set for a thrilling encounter, DHL Stadium is the place to be this weekend for all rugby enthusiasts.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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