Nedbank Cup comes peppered with emotions, empowerment and connections

THE 2024 Nedbank Cup edition, marking its 17th year as South Africa’s premier knockout tournament, is back with exciting initiatives.

The round-of-32 draw was conducted showcasing a dynamic mix of 32 lower-tiered and professional teams poised to compete in the first round of the tournament.

In a ground-breaking move, Nedbank introduced an unprecedented incentive for fans to be part of the glory. For the first time, supporters have the chance to win a cash prize of R5 million and other weekly prizes if their team clinches the Nedbank Cup title.

Secondly, the 2024 Nedbank Cup launch went above and beyond, solidifying its dedication to the fans, stokvels and small businesses under the banner of Ke Yona, Ya Rona.

It invites football stakeholders across the nation to join the journey, celebrate the spirit of Ke Yona, Ya Rona and embrace the magic that makes this tournament truly unique.

“The Nedbank Cup is more than just the on-the-field action; it’s about the empowerment, emotions, and connections that football creates. In the spirit of Ke Yona, Ya Rona, we are set on raising our commitment to bringing fans, stokvels and small businesses closer to the heart of the tournament, celebrating the diverse and vibrant football culture in South Africa and ensuring that stakeholders are an integral part of something truly special.

Small businesses will become the “Sponsored Sponsors” of the Nedbank Cup, through an initiative that offers small businesses invaluable brand exposure worth millions,” says Khensani Nobanda, Nedbank’s Group Executive for Marketing and Corporate Affairs.

Nedbank Cup round of 32 draw results:

  • NB La Masia vs Mamelodi Sundowns
  • Lamontville Golden Arrows vs TS Galaxy F.C
  • Platinum City Rovers vs Moroka Swallows
  • SuperSport United vs Cape Town City
  • AmaTuks vs Cape Town Spurs
  • Highlands Park vs Sekhukhune United
  • Maritzburg United vs Paarl United
  • SAFA Mpumalanga* vs Orlando Pirates
  • Stellenbosch FC vs Pretoria Callies
  • AmaZulu vs Royal AM
  • NC Professionals vs Chippa United
  • Richards Bay vs Polokwane City
  • FC Ravens vs Spain FC
  • D’General F.C vs Madridtas FC
  • Kaizer Chiefs vs Milford FC
  • JDR Stars vs Hungry Lions

*The SAFA Mpumalanga team is yet to be confirmed.

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