Johannesburg – After the successful launch of the innovative DStv Compact Cup,
the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and the title sponsor, DStv, are now officially
handing over the reins to fans.
Through a safe and secure voting mechanic, fans can now simply dial *120*830# or
visit https://supersport.com/dstvcompactcup to assemble an evenly balanced squad
of 26 players which must consist of at least eight defenders, eight midfielders, four
strikers, two goalkeepers as well as four DStv Diski Challenge players.
The DStv Compact Cup, themed as the viewers’ choice for its unique offering that
enables fans an exclusive platform to put to test their tactical acumen in assembling
formidable squads from an array of talent available in all 16 member clubs of the PSL,
is a first of its kind.
In addition to giving fans a voice, DStv will make one lucky DStv Compact subscribing
voter an instant millionaire through a lucky draw that will be conducted after the
“Through the safe and secure voting mechanisms that we have made available, DStv is putting fans in the influential seat and allowing them to put together their ultimate team. We encourage all South African fans to make use of this exciting period while
subsequently increasing their chances of being instant millionaires” says Multichoice
CEO, Nyiko Shiburi.
Voting officially closes on 3 January 2022 which will be followed by the official squad
announcements on 5 January 2022 at a special ceremony where a draw will also be
conducted to determine the four head coaches and assistants for each team.
DStv Compact Cup Groups:
• Coastal Group 1: AmaZulu FC; Golden Arrows FC; Maritzburg United; Royal
• Coastal Group 2: Cape Town City FC; Stellenbosch FC; Chippa United FC;
Baroka FC (exception)
• Inland Group 1: SuperSport United; Mamelodi Sundowns FC; Marumo
Gallants; Sekhukhune United
• Inland Group 2: Orlando Pirates FC; Kaizer Chiefs FC; Moroka Swallows FC; TS Galaxy.
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