Debmarine Namibia Cup Last-32 concludes at Otjiwarongo

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Three more clubs will advance to the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup last-16 finals as the Namibia Footfall Association (NFA) on Tuesday confirmed the coming weekend’s footballing action to take place at the Paresis Stadium in Otjiwarongo.

Football starved fans in Otjiwarongo and surrounding areas will treated to some high quality football as six clubs battle it out for to get into the hat for the Debmarine Namibia Cup last 16 draw.

With tickets, selling for N$ 30 each on Computicket at Shoprite and Checkers countrywide, Paresis Stadium is expected to be filled to capacity as red hot action kicks off at 11h00 as the home town club Otjiwarongo FC takes on Premier League side Young African in what promises to be a thrilling game.

At 13h00, Kunene Regional qualifiers Outjo FC will tackle United Stars, with hordes of supporters expected to make the drive from the near-by Outjo for the historic match for their hometown club, Outjo FC.

The curtain on the Debmarine Namibia Last 32 Round will finally come down as Premiership sides Mighty Gunners from Otjiwarongo entertains Windhoek’s Citizens at 15h00 in what promises to be an epic clash of the titans for a place in the next round.

Clubs that got byes into the last -16 Round are Erongo’ s Gendev FC, Rundu Chiefs and Life Fighters as their opponents, Orlando Pirates, Blue Waters and African Stars pulled out of the competition citing lack of league football action.

Young Beauties, UNAM FC, Young Chiefs, Eleven Arrows, Touch & Go, Tura Magic, Civics, Bee Bob Brothers, Gendev, Life Fighters, Rundu Chiefs, Eastern Chiefs and Try Again are already in the draw for the next exciting chapter of the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup.