Kenya-Ghana Clash Raise Close To Ksh4 Million In Ticket Sales



Saturday’s Kenya-Ghana Afcon 2019 qualifier at the Kasarani Stadium raked in Ksh3, 873,600 in ticket sales.

In total, 17,339 paid to watch the match which ended 1-0 in favor of the hosts Harambee Stars.

514 VIP tickets were sold each costing Ksh 1000, raising Ksh514,000 while, 16,798 terraces tickets were sold for Ksh200 each, realizing Ksh3,359,600.

Kenyan FA printed a total of 45,000 tickets; VIP – 5000 and Terraces or Russia – 40,000.

Stars will next gauge themselves against Malawi Flames in an international friendly on Tuesday at Kasarani.

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Written by Bonface Osano

Communication And Media Student. Sports Writer.



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