The much anticipated MTC NFA Cup Aweh was launched on Tuesday at the Am Weinberg Boutique in Windhoek with the lower divisions set for battle this weekend.The telecommunications giant MTC will sponsor the NFA N$4.5 Million annually for the FA Cup for t…
The much anticipated MTC NFA Cup Aweh was launched on Tuesday at the Am Weinberg Boutique in Windhoek with the lower divisions set for battle this weekend.
The telecommunications giant MTC will sponsor the NFA N$4.5 Million annually for the FA Cup for the next three years.
The winning team of the tournament will walk away with N$500 000 followed by the runner ups who will bag N$250 000 while the third and fourth place receive N$150 000 and N$100 000 respectively.
The MTC NFA Cup Aweh will kick off this weekend with the preliminary rounds that will be played in the regions.
Speaking at the prestigious launch, NFA President Ranga Haikali highlighted the importance of the MTC NFA Cup.
“The MTC NFA Cup Aweh Cup is and will continue to be the only platform that sees all the association’s more than 220 football clubs coming together to battle it out for the ultimate prize. The only competition where the dreams of the small clubs to make it to the big time are made possible, where the pure crazy, pulsating and incredible moments happen.
“The NFA Executive and indeed the whole football family, once again would like to commend MTC Namibia for their trust and commitment in answering the call of football and to continue to be involved in football in general and in this prestigious competition”, Haikali states.
He adds that the N$4.5 million annual commitment from MTC is by far the biggest ever Cup sponsor in the history of Namibian football. Football remains and is the only game that is followed by the masses in this country.
The Round of 32 consist of the winner and runner up from the three 1st Divisionsn and only the winner from the 14 2nd Divisions plus the 12 teams from the top tier league, the Namibia Premier Football League (NFPL).
All clubs from the round of 32 will receive travelling allowance to the tune of N$18,000.00 and playing gear.
Source: Namibia Football Association (NFA)