DStv, will wrap up the 2023/24 DStv Premiership season by crowning the champions Mamelodi Sundowns and giving one lucky fan a final chance to win R200, 000 through the AmaFanDayz campaign on Saturday. 

Sundowns will host Cape Town City at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in their final game of the season. A campaign which saw them secure an impressive 7th league title in succession. Kickoff is at 3pm.

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While the champagne will be on ice ahead of the big celebrations once the final whistle blows, during halftime, DStv will reward a fan with R100 000 for the last time this season through the now popular penalty kick competition against a DStv Star. Should the winner be an active DStv Compact subscriber or higher, the prize will be doubled to R200 000. 

Throughout the 2023/24 DStv Premiership season, the exciting AmaFanDayz campaign has seen sixteen lucky fans win their share of R2.5million. Thousands of fans have entered the AmaFanDayz competition at various stadiums across the country, in cities such as Stellenbosch, Durban, Polokwane, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, East London, Mbombela, Cape Town and now Tshwane.

Final crowning for AmaFandayz winners at Loftus on Saturday
AmaFandayz winner


To enter the competition one last time at Loftus Versfeld Stadium this Saturday, fans are encouraged to get their match tickets then visit the DStv activation zone at the stadium. Once inside the stadium, fans are encouraged to sign up with any of the DStv promoters to stand a chance to be one of three participants chosen in the sudden death penalty shootout at halftime.

Two more DStv stars will showcase their off screen talent when they take on the goalkeeper roles this coming Saturday at Loftus Versfeld Stadium. Some of the talent that have starred as goalkeepers during the AmaFanDayz  include the likes of Thembinkosi Mthembu, Neliswa Mchunu, Hope Mbele, Unati Guma, Zenokuhle Maseko, Kwenzo Ngcobo, Jo-Anne Reyneke, Nkayiso Makhanya and Keke Mphuthi. 

DStv thanks all the customers and diski lovers for getting behind their teams and the exciting AmaFanDayz campaign during yet another thrilling local football season.

Lesego Mpya [19] from Moletji took home R100,000 as she became the latest winner in the seventh instalment of the AmaFanDayz competition. Mpya won the money when Kaizer Chiefs beat Polokwane City in the DStv Premiership last Saturday.

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Mpya, who resides in the Moletji was rewarded for scoring on the pitch through the AmaFanDayz halftime competition. For her success, Mpya left the Peter Mokaba Stadium R100 000 richer. Had she been an active DStv Compact subscriber or higher, she could have doubled her prize to R200 000.

Moletjie-born football fan Lesego Mpya becomes the latest winner of the AmaFanDayz competition
Lesego Mpya kicking a penalty during the AmaFanDayz competition in Polokwane


The future Physiotherapist, Mpya, who admires Pule Mmodi, mentioned that she supports Kaizer Chiefs because her father has always taken them to matches and she loves their style of play.

DStv customers should stay tuned to SuperSport for top-notch content, as once again all 240 DStv Premiership matches will be shown live on TV or via streaming on the home of entertainment, the home of Diski. The Sponsors are set to announce the next edition of the exciting competition.

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DStv celebrated the fourth year of its sponsorship of the South African Premiership on Wednesday with a launch of an exciting new fan campaign for the eagerly anticipated 2023/24 season.

In collaboration with the Premier Soccer League, DStv announced an exhilarating AmaFanDayz campaign. This is where football will meet entertainment, and the fans meet the DStv stars. 

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The campaign focuses on rewarding DStv Premiership fans for supporting their teams and being loyal DStv customers.

“Fans remain the lifeblood of football. For our partnership with the PSL to remain impactful, we’re excited to be bringing fan innovation to the biggest league on the continent,” said Chief Executive Officer at Multichoice South Africa Marc Jury. 

“We have seen how the game comes alive when stadiums are packed. When fans banter about players or go to great lengths to show up for their favourite teams. 

“Owing to this unwavering support, this season, through our exciting AmaFanDayz campain. DStv will be rewarding fans for their loyal support in cash,” he said. 

“At select AmaFanDayz matches, fans will be able to enter our halftime competition to stand a chance to win their share of R3 million.”


To enter the competition, fans must come to selected AmaFanDayz matches, visit the DStv activation zone inside the stadium and sign up with DStv promoters to stand a chance to win.

During the first half, a random draw will be conducted to determine the lucky fans who will participate in the penalty kick competition against a DStv star in goals at halftime. The successful penalty kick winner will be crowned Fan of the Match and walk away with R100 000. If the fan is a DStv Compact subscriber or higher, the prize money will be doubled to R200 000.

Throughout the season, passionate local football supporters are encouraged to celebrate the wins, spectacular goals, and energy in stadiums across the country through the AmaFanDayz campaign.

Meanwhile, Dstv will be launching a new platform called DStv Stream on the 1st of August. A refreshed standalone internet consumption viewing of DStv’s content.

It doesn’t matter where they are, customers will be able to sign up online and stream a live match all in less than 5 minutes. And also for select games, they’ll be able to watch the game in a language of their choice. Stream DStv Premiership anywhere.

The 2023/24 DStv Premiership season, which will see the 16 DStv Premiership clubs battling it out for the sought-after R15 million winners’ cheque and glittering trophy come May next year, will kick-off on Friday, 4th August when defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns make the short trip up north to play Sekhukhune United at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium.

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