The event was to get fans back to supporting the club by taking it to the fans and giving some of them tickets to a game between Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria later today, and also activate some of the fans memberships as well as Vodacom sim cards.
In attendance, there was Vodacom, three Chiefs players namely, Sfiso Hlanti, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, and Eric Mathoho as well as some of Chiefs' management such as Vina Maphosa and others, as fans got to understand what the club will all be about going forward.
And fans did not disappoint as they came in their numbers to see what the club has in store for them ahead of their heavyweight clash against Sundowns, and the club was also on top of its game as, alongside Vodacom, they had their fans enjoying their day and having fun.
Other than most of the fans who wearing Chiefs' new jerseys receiving free tickets for today's game, fans got the chance to play games and talk with the there players who were present.
From understanding the changes the club is bringing to giving fans a chance to interact with them about anything football-related, Chiefs again went all out to show their fans how much they mean to them and that will be important for them going forward.
Chiefs hierarchy understands that giving back to the fans it's like giving back to themselves, as over the years the fans have shown that every time the club shows that they care about them, they give it back with extra support.
And as long as the club puts the fans first, then fans will always be in their corner.
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