All Access Pass close to 5000 entries

Posted: 8 May 2015

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 All Access Pass Competition will see one Namibian football supporter and a partner stand a once-in-a-lifetime chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to watch a Sunderland A.F.C home match at the iconic Stadium of Light against a top third ranked English Premier League team, courtesy of Bidvest Namibia. This lucky winner will also get the chance to meet selected Sunderland A.F.C players, tour the Stadium of Light facilities and view the team’s personalised regalia

“So far we have received 4,427 entries from spectators attending a variety of games. Round 32 gave us 778 entries, Round of 16 – 668, Round of 8 – 1994 and the semi-final provided us with a further 987 entries. We are very pleased with the support that football enthusiasts and the public have shown to the tournament. Without them it would not be the same. We need both players and supporters to make the event a success,” says Natasha Drotsky, PRO at Bidvest Namibia.

Drotsky urges football supporters to continue supporting Namibian soccer by attending the Bidvest Namibia Cup final match. “This is the final year of the Bidvest Namibia Cup and we call upon all football lovers to come and support the teams. The final promises to be a spectacular event. We look forward to some great football from FNB Orlando Pirates and Tigers.

Both these teams have great footballing skills and great determination to have reached this stage of the tournament – they have indeed come a long way. We will also be giving away Bidvest Namibia Cup regalia at the gates to supporters, ranging from t-shirts, hats to foam hands and more. Join us on 30 May 2015,” she states.

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