Seturumane Tsepo of Lesotho takes a shot at goal while challenged by Rivaldo Coetzee of South Africa during the 2016 Cosafa Cup Quarterfinals match between South Africa and Lesotho at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek Namibia on 18 June, 2016 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
Tuesday Jun 21, 2016. 11:59
Information landing through from Namibia is that supporters will gain free entrance for the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup match between Namibia and Mozambique.
Tuesday's Plate semifinal between the hosts and the Mambas is expected to be a thriller and a big number of supporters are anticipated.
The move follows the passion shown by the Brave Warriors supporters last weekend when they lost to Botswana on penalties.
It is reported that the Namibian Football Association, as the hosts of the competition. have also decided to make entrance to the stadium free for the Plate semifinal between Zambia and Lesotho.
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“We really feel we need to appreciate the love and support the team received on Saturday and this is our way of thanking all those that braved the weather and the result,” NFA Secretary General Barry Rukoro said.
Moreover, the NFA has also advised football lovers to go to the Football House to get the tickets as they will be required to display them as prove for entrance.
Both matches are scheduled to be staged at Sam Nujoma Stadium, the first one is the tie between Chipolopolo and the Likoena at 18h00 whilst Namibia meets Mozambique at 20h30.