Namibian Sport Fixtures

The Tour de Windhoek started in Windhoek on 2 May 2024. Photo: Helge Schütz

Cycling tops the agenda this weekend with Namibia’s international cycling stage race the Tour de Windhoek taking place in and around the Namibian capital. Cyclists from various southern African countries are competing against Namibia’s top riders in the tour that kicked off with the prologue on Thursday and continues through to Sunday. 

In football the PstBet NFA Cup continues with matches in the Round of 32 taking place in Windhoek and Grootfontein, while the Southern Stream First Division continues.

In rugby, the postponed match between Trustco United and Reho Falcon takes place at the United field on Saturday. 

The weekend fixtures are as follows:

Friday, 3 May 

Tour de Windhoek – Stage 1 

07h15: Teufelsschlucht Road Race 

Tour de Windhoek – Stage 2

16h00: Kupferberg Hillclimb

Saturday, 4 May 

Tour de Windhoek – Stage 3

07h15: Western Bypass/Kupferberg Road Race 

Southern Stream First Division

13h30: Davos FC v Blue Boys, DTS Stadium 

14h30: Mariental SC v Dates Eleven, Mariental Stadium 

15h00: DTS v Eleven Arrows, DTS Stadium 

15h00: Try Again v Oranjemund, J Stephanus Stadium 

15h00: Ramblers v Black Africa, Ramblers Stadium 

17h00: NCS v Latinos, Mariental Stadium 

Rugby Premier League

15h45: Trustco United v FNB Reho Falcon, United Park  

Tour de Windhoek – Stage 4

16h20: Pupkewitz Megabuild Criterium 

Sunday, 5 May 

Tour de Windhoek – Stage 5

07h15: Matchless Road Race 

11h00: Prizegiving

Southern Stream First Division

10h00: Davos FC v Eleven Arrows, DTS Stadium 

12h30: DTS v Blue Boys, DTS Stadium 

PstBet NFA Cup @ Windhoek Independence Stadium 

10h00: Youngster FC v Okahandja United

12h00: Julinho Sporting v Friends FC

14h00: Hamutumbangela FC v Young Brazilians

16h00: Khomas Nampol v Swallows

18h00: Khaibasen FC v African Stars

PstBet NFA Cup @ Omulunga Stadium 

10h00: FC Ongos v African United

12h00: Young African v Golden Bigs

14h00: Unam Ogongo v Tigers

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