Tickets for Saturday's United Rugby Championship match between the Stormers and Lions at Cape Town Stadium will go on sale on Tuesday afternoon.
It will be the first time the Stormers host fans in 18 months.
The game was brought forward to an earlier date after last week's postponement of the Stormers' clash against Italian outfit Zebre Parma.
Organisers said the balance of the 2 000 available tickets for the match will go on sale from the Ticketpro website from 16:30 on Tuesday at R175 each.
A statement from the Stormers read: "With a limited number of tickets available and up to 10 tickets available per person, make sure you get yours early to avoid disappointment.
"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 Cape Town 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."
Saturday's Stormers v Lions clash kicks off at 17:00.