Following a season that saw 124 goals scored as from the Round of 32 teams, the annual awards for the Bidvest Namibia Cup were held in Windhoek with two individual’s awards on offer, the Player of the Tournament and the Top Goal-scorer of the competition.
Katutura soccer outfit African Stars on Saturday (07 June) beat Namibia Premier League bound Citizens FC 3-2 on penalties to be crowned Bidvest Namibia Cup Champions for a second consecutive year after winning the inaugural competition last year.
The much anticipated Bidvest Namibia Cup 2014 final takes place this coming weekend, on 7 June 2014. Last years’ cup winner, African Stars takes on Citizens at the Sam Nujoma stadium at 15h00. Both African Stars and Citizens advanced to the final after beating Tura Magic and United Stars in the semi-finals respectively.
Ahead of their 15h00 clash against Africa Stars on Saturday, Citizens captain Robert Gurirab reveals that his side is on the verge of history and they determined to make it happen by winning the 2014 Bidvest Namibia Cup.
With their league title hopes fading away, African Stars have set their eyes on the 2014 Bidvest Namibia Cup title and will give nothing away as they take on modern-era nemesis Tura Magic in the semi-finals on Saturday, 10 May, at 17h00, Sam Nujoma Stadium.
Jan Vleermuis and Lesley So-oabeb scored in the first half to see Citizens through to the semi-finals with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Kaizen Football Academy (KFA) in the quarterfinals of the Bidvest Namibia Cup match played on Wednesday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
Tura Magic captain Neville Tjiueza believes his side will take on the best team in the land at the moment when they face Black Africa in the Bidvest Namibia Cup quarterfinals after the draw was conducted on Monday morning at Football House in Katutura.