The Namibia Football Association (NFA) is ecstatic to announce the highly anticipated culmination of the FNB Women’s Super League (FNB WSL) 2023/24 season this weekend!

FC Ongos Ladies have dominated the season and will be crowned champions in a coronation ceremony following their final match. Their consistent performance throughout the league has secured them the coveted first place title.

The true drama unfolds in the fight for runner-up. Three teams – Beauties FC, Girls & Goals FC, and Khomas Nampol Ladies – are locked in a fierce battle, all boasting an equal number of 42 points. This unprecedented competition has kept fans on the edge of their seats, making this final round the most exciting conclusion to a FNB WSL season in history.

This year’s FNB WSL has surpassed expectations. Unlike previous years where winners were decided well before the final whistle, the battle for second place has pushed the league to a thrilling climax. 

This relentless competition is a testament to the tremendous growth and talent development within the Namibian women’s football scene.

Here’s a breakdown of the crucial Round 22 matches scheduled for Saturday:

NFA Technical Centre:

09:00    –           NUST Babes vs Arrows Ladies

11:00    –           Okahandja FC vs Namib Daughters

13:00    –           Girls & Goals FC vs UNAM Bokkies

15:00    –           FC Ongos Ladies vs VPower Angels

UNAM Stadium:

13:00    –           Beauties FC vs Khomas Nampol Ladies

Ramblers Stadium:

14:00 – Ramblers Women vs Ongwediva Queens

Following the championship match at the NFA Technical Centre, the NFA will host a special ceremony to crown FC Ongos Ladies as champions! Join us as we celebrate the remarkable achievements of these exceptional athletes. 

The ceremony will also see the second and third-placed teams receive their well-deserved silver and bronze medals respectively.

In addition to recognizing team achievements, the NFA will also be honoring individual brilliance. The coveted Golden Boot award for the season’s top scorer and the Golden Glove award for the most outstanding goalkeeper will be presented during the ceremony.

The NFA invites football enthusiasts to come out and support these talented footballers. This season’s FNB WSL has been a display of exceptional skill, unwavering determination, and a true passion for the sport. Let’s make this final round a celebration of Namibian women’s football!