Doc volleyball fest hits 40

THE MTC Dome at Swakopmund will host the eagerly awaited Bank Windhoek-NVF Doc Tournament this weekend.

This year marks a significant milestone for the Doc Tournament as the Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) celebrates four decades of exhilarating volleyball action and camaraderie at the popular tournament.

NVF president Hilary Imbuwa said the competition holds a special place in the hearts of volleyball enthusiasts across Namibia.

“It symbolises the resilience, determination, and unity that defines our volleyball community. As we commemorate the 40th anniversary of this esteemed event, we look forward to celebrating the rich legacy of the Doc Tournament while embracing the excitement of the competition ahead,” said Imbuwa.

“We extend our gratitude to Bank Windhoek for their unwavering support and to all the teams, players, officials, fans and the media who make this tournament a resounding success year after year.”

Nineteen men’s and 16 women’s teams from various corners of the country have registered for this year’s edition, promising an electrifying showcase of talent and skill on the court.

As one of the most anticipated events on the Namibian volleyball calendar, the Doc Tournament brings together the best teams and players to compete for glory and honour.

Last year’s champions, Namibia Correctional Service Volleyball Club from Ondangwa and Shining Stars Volleyball Club from Rundu, set the bar high with their exceptional performances. As defending champions, they will face fierce competition from determined challengers eager to claim the coveted title.

With the steadfast support of its partner, Bank Windhoek, the NVF says it is proud to continue this tradition of excellence and sportsmanship.

Bank Windhoek has been the primary sponsor of the NVF Doc Tournament for the past nine years, demonstrating its unwavering commitment to the development of volleyball in Namibia.

“To celebrate Namibian volleyball’s passion, dedication, and excellence, the NVF invites all volleyball enthusiasts and sports fans to join the tournament for a thrilling weekend of volleyball action in Swakopmund,” said Imbuwa.

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