Stormers' City of Cape Town Stadium will be known as DHL Stadium following a multi-million Rand deal PICTURE: Twitter

Cape Town Stadium will be known as DHL Stadium following a multi-million Rand deal Picture: Twitter

LATEST: Limited Stormers tickets to go on sale at R230

Limited tickets for the Stormers’ United Rugby Championship game against Zebre will go on sale for R230 each on Tuesday.

Stormers' City of Cape Town Stadium will be known as DHL Stadium following a multi-million Rand deal PICTURE: Twitter

Cape Town Stadium will be known as DHL Stadium following a multi-million Rand deal Picture: Twitter

The URC will resume this weekend after a month-long break from competition, with the Stormers set to face off against Zebre in Cape Town this Saturday.

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A limited number of tickets will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, 23 November.

Following an initial offer to 2020 Newlands season ticket holders, the balance of the 2000 available tickets for this match will go on sale from the Ticketpros website from 12:00 on Tuesday at R230 each.

Stormers confirm COVID-19 protocols

All those attending will have to adhere to government regulations by following to the correct social distancing protocols, wearing a medical mask and presenting a COVID-19 vaccination document confirming full vaccination (only fully vaccinated people will be allowed to attend) and ID along with their match ticket to gain entry to DHL Stadium.

Any person who does not have the correct documentation or is not wearing a medical mask will be denied entry to the venue, with no exceptions.

There will also be temperature checks and a verbal COVID-19 questionnaire for each spectator, with entry denied to anyone who does not comply with these regulations.

Despite these limitations, these will be the first Stormers games with crowds at DHL Stadium.

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All four of the South African franchises have not played a fixture since mid-October, with each team only managing a solitary win on their four-game overseas tour, but they are all back in action this weekend and will host matches for the first time in the competition. 

URC fixtures this weekend:

Saturday, 27 November

Stormers v Zebre, CT Stadium – 15:00

Sharks v Scarlets, Kings Park – 17:30

Bulls v Munster, Loftus – 19:45