Namibia to Host Indoor Hockey Africa Cup

The Namibia Hockey Union is set to host the upcoming Indoor Hockey Africa Cup, doubling as the Indoor World Cup qualifiers. With the event slated to take place from May 23rd to May 26th, 2024, in the picturesque coastal town of Swakopmund, Namibia.

The event promises to be a spectacle, attracting teams from across Africa and fervent supporters eager to witness the battle for regional supremacy.

The Namibia Hockey Union expressed its enthusiasm for the forthcoming event, emphasizing the significance of hosting the tournament and the pride of welcoming teams from around the continent. “We are thrilled to be hosting the Indoor Africa Cup in Swakopmund,” remarked a representative of the Namibia Hockey Union. “It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to demonstrate our passion for hockey and to showcase the beauty of our coastal town to the rest of Africa.”

For Namibia’s Indoor Hockey Men’s team, the tournament holds particular significance as they prepare to vie for top honors on their home turf.

The athlete representing Namibia are : David Strauss, Roben Kambinda, Ernest Jacobs, Dakota Hansen, David Britz, Liam Hermanus, John Paul Britz, Nico Neethling, Cody van der merve, Owen Hatton, Fagan hansen and Brynn Cleak

The Indoor Africa Cup serves not only as a platform for exhilarating hockey action but also as a gateway to the Indoor World Cup, adding an extra layer of intensity to the competition. Teams will be vying not only for continental bragging rights but also for the opportunity to represent Africa on the global stage.

As the hockey world turns its attention to Swakopmund, Namibia, the stage is set for an enthralling spectacle. With teams poised for battle, the Indoor Africa Cup promises to deliver moments of sporting brilliance against the backdrop of Namibia’s coastal beauty.

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