Football fans can walk away with R 200,000 in an AmaFanDayz competition during the upcoming DStv Premiership clash between Polokwane City and Kaizer Chiefs at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday. The match is scheduled for 15:30.

DStv stars will don their goalkeeper gear and take their place in the goals at halftime during the match in the AmaFanDayz competition.

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To date, six AmafanDayz activations have taken place since the start of the 2023/24 DStv Premiership season. They were held in Stellenbosch, Cape Town, Hammarsdale, Johannesburg and Atteridgeville.


To win the R200,000 cash prize during halftime of the seventh installment of the competition, diski fans will have to perform like previous winners such as Letsie Sekhonyane. He scored his penalty kick against Sicelo Buthelezi from the telenovela Gomora and walked away as the Fan of the Match in Atteridgeville last week.

To enter the competition, fans are encouraged to visit the DStv activation zone inside the stadium. They then sign up with DStv promoters to stand a chance to be one of three participants in a sudden death penalty shootout until there is one winner against a DStv star.

On the eve of the AmaFanDayz match, DStv will host an AmaFanDayz roadshow. Local fans will be given an opportunity to win match tickets and branded merchandise. To also have a meet and greet with football legends and DStv stars.

To see details of the DStv Premiership AmaFanDayz activation, follow #DtvPrem #BabizeBonke on social media.

200K up for grabs during  AmaFanDayz competition at Polokwane City and Kaizer Chiefs match at Peter Mokaba
Kaizer Chiefs will travel to Polokwane on Saturday


Meanwhile, Polokwane City will be looking to bounce back to winning ways after going five matches without a win. Rise and Shine have also recently parted ways with coach Lehlohonolo Seema who has crossed the floor to Sekhukhune United. They are currently eight on the log, one place behind Chiefs. 

Chiefs on the other hand are coming from a 1-0 win against Moroka Swallows in the Soweto Derby. Their away record has not been impressive after winning only two in six matches.