Debmarine Namibia Cup program confirmed

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It’s all systems go for the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup Last-16 clashes as the organizers released the running orders for the two expecting venues of the Sport Stadium in Mariental and Khuisebmond Stadium Walvis Bay on 17 June.

The Last 16 clubs ion the Debmarine Namibia Cup already knew who they will face in the round and on Wednesday, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) announced the times and match orders for the two venues for Saturday, 17 June.

At Walvis Bay action will start at 09h00 with action between Touch & Go and Rundu Chiefs, followed by Tura Magic against Gendev at 11h00. Try Again and Eleven Arrows will battle it out at 13h00 and at 15h00 UNAM FC and Mighty Gunners will go head to head at the Khuisebmond Stadium.

At Mariental, the Sport Stadium will have its first match at 11h00 as Outjo FC and Eastern Chiefs faceoff for a place in the quarterfinals. At 13h00, Civics and Young Beauties will meet and two hours later Young Chiefs and Bee Bob Brothers will take to the field for their battle. The final match of the round and of the day will be at 17h00 as Young African and Life Fighters clash at the Mariental Sports Stadium.

Tickets are N$ 20 each on Computicket at Shoprite and Checkers countrywide.

Each match will carry a Man of the Match award worth N$ 1000 in the Round 16 and that amount increases to N$ 1500 in the quarterfinals; N$ 2000 in the semifinals and N$ 5000 in the final match. In addition to this gesture, the Man of the Match will have to select a charity of his choice that will receive an equivalent amount.

The last 16 clubs in the Debmarine Namibia Cup will receive an increased amount of N$ 20 000 to prepare for the matches, the same amount all the way to the semifinals, while the two finalists will each get N$ 30 000 to help prepare for the title deciding match on 25 November.