2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup champions Tigers players Panduleni Nekundi and Fillimon Nambele are each N$ 25 000 rich as they won big at the competition awards ceremony held at football House on Wednesday morning.
Tigers are champions of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup after their 4-2 penalty shootout victory over Orlando Pirates in the season finale contested at the colorful Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
With the final of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup set for 30 May between Tigers and Orlando Pirates and with 141 goals scored thus far, Bidvest Namibia announces that the All Access Pass competition has reached 5000 entries.
The semifinals of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup will go down memory lane as one of the best football event thanks to the thrilling action on the pitch and the interactive and expectant crowd in the stands and entertainment all round.
Charles Uirab’ goalkeeping heroics led Orlando Pirates to a famous 4-3 penalty shootout victory over African Stars and a place in the final of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup they were will meet Tigers who demolished Eleven Arrows 3-0 on Saturday’s semifinals at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
Eleven Arrows coach Dankie Hepundja believes his side’s hunger and Tigers’ favorites tag will work in their favor as they seek to reach their first final since 2011 when Arrows and Tigers meet on Saturday for a place in the final on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
Tigers coach Bobby Samaria believes that his side has what it take to reach the final of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup and plans to brush side their semifinals opponent Eleven Arrows on Saturday afternoon at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
Woody Jacobs plans to bring back the domestic football double triumph at African Stars as his side prepares to take on Orlando Pirates in the second semifinals of the 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Saturday.
The 2015 Bidvest Namibia Cup penultimate round fixtures announced on Sunday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium and coaches are promising memorable action come end of April as African Stars face Orlando Pirates and Eleven Arrows takes on Tigers.
Defending champions African Stars and former winners Eleven Arrows booked their places in the semifinals of the Bidvest Namibia Cup after beating Young Chiefs and Citizens respectively in thrilling action at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday afternoon.