It’s derby time AWEH

Rudi Bowe

Tomorrow at 12:00 will be the first coastal derby as the two football giants from Walvis Bay, Eleven Arrows FC and Blue Waters FC will clash in the round of 32 in the MTC NFA Cup AWEH at the Sam Nujoma stadium in Windhoek.

It will be the first time that these two coastal football giants will play against each other since the 2017/2018 league season. The last time they met, Eleven Arrows walked away with the bragging rights in the harbour town.
The other two coastal teams that are in the round of 32 are the Multi-Racial Western Spurs from Narraville and Swakopmund FC. Both teams made history as they qualified for the first time for the NFA Cup round of 32 by winning their respective divisions.
Western Spurs will play against Kangweru Black Tops the runners up from the North East region at 12:00 on Sunday 16 May at the Omulunga Stadium in Grootfontein whilst Swakopmund FC will clash against Ohangwena Nampol FC at 09:00 on Sunday 16 May at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb.
According to the coaches of the four coastal football teams that will be in action at the MTC NFA Cup AWEH, the teams are ready and well prepared and will do their best to go to the next round.

Western Spurs and Swakopmund FC will make history on Sunday as they will for the first time in the NFA cup’s round of 32. It’s also the first time that four teams from the Erongo region will play in the round of 32.
The coaches said that they do have respect for their opponents and do not undermine them as a team but they believe in the capacity of their players.

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