FNB Women Super League returns

A thrilling numbers of fixtures lineup for this weekend in the much anticipated FNB Women Super League this weekend.

The league, which launched last week, announced FNB as their official sponsor, pledging a total of N$7.5 million for three years. 

The league features 14 teams from Ongwediva, Swakopmund, Okahandja, Gobabis, and Windhoek. The fixtures for the weekend were revealed yesterday after the draw held at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) house in the capital.

During the event, Shama Gure, the head coach of Tura Magic Ladies, expressed excitement for the return of the league. He emphasized the importance of this initiative in elevating the quality of the national women’s team and expressed gratitude to the sponsors for the opportunity it provides for young girls to get back on the field. 

“We are delighted and grateful for the sponsors. This initiative provides an opportunity for young girls to get back on the field, and we appreciate the effort put into making this a reality. I eagerly anticipate the weekend’s games and look forward to the level of competition other teams will bring on the field,” he said.

Similarly, Ronnie Hoxopep the coach of Girls and Goals expressed his enthusiasm and readiness for the opening fixtures on Saturday. His team has been training, and he believes they are well-prepared for the weekend. He expressed his team’s determination to build on their success from the previous season.

“I am thrilled to say that my team has been training hard and I’m confident that they’re ready for this weekend’s games. We have put in a lot of work, and we are eager to continue from where we left off last season,” he said.

Below are the weekend fixtures:

Ongwediva Queens vs Ramblers 

Tura Magic vs Right Way Ladies

Beauties vs Okahandja

NUST babes vs V-Power 

Namib Daughters vs Arrows Ladies

Khomas Nampol vs Galz and Goals 

Omaheke Queens vs Unam Bokkies

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