The 2024 Edition of the PstBet NFA Cup will witness the FNB Women Super League teams partake. The women’s winning team of the tournament will walk away with N$240,000 followed by the runner ups who will receive N$160 000 while the third and fourth place will receive N$80,000 each.

In her speech, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Services Hon. Dr. Emma Kantema applauded PstBet and the NFA for creating a platform to enable the Namibian girl child to continue shining.

“This year’s edition is particularly special, as it includes a dedicated women’s competition – a positive step toward gender inclusivity and recognition in sports, starting from the Round of 12 with the esteemed FNB Women Super League.” she said.

Under the campaign slogan of #YesSheCan the PstBet NFA Cup will host the 12 teams of the FNB Women Super in the Round of 8.

FC Ongos Ladies captain and Brave Gladiators key player, Lovisa Mulunga welcomed the drive and echoed the same sentiments of the Deputy Minister.

“It is exciting times for women football in Namibia, for the first time in a long time we have the backing of FNB as the official sponsor for the Women Super League and now PstBet is involving us in the FA Cup. We are not watching from the sidelines anymore; we are going to be there and play.

This goes beyond the FNB Women Super League teams, this is a symbol of hope for the Namibian girl child who wants to play and perfect her talent in a male dominated space” To PstBet, we are grateful, and we will make sure to go out there and carry your brand with pride.” uttered Mulunga.

In his closing statement at the Launch, NFA General Secretary explained the importance of the PstBet NFA Cup.

“This occasion marks a significant milestone in Namibia’s football landscape, and we are deeply grateful for the support and enthusiasm shown by each one of you. The PstBet NFA Cup is unique and certainly unprecedented. It is the only football competition that unites all 14 regions of Namibia, fostering a spirit of inclusion and fair play.

The competition provides a platform for lower division teams to compete against their premier league counterparts, resembling the biblical tale of David and Goliath. Every team, regardless of their standing, has an equal chance of claiming victory.”