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NEDBANK CUP QUARTERFINAL DRAW RESULTS: THE ROAD TO GLORY CONTINUES

Steve Barker- head coach of Stellenbosch FC, Pablo Franco Martin- head coach of AmaZulu, Jose Riveiro- coach of Orlando Pirates, TS Galaxy head coach- Saed Ramovic, Happy Gavin Hunt- head coach of Super Sport United, Kwanele Kopo, coach of Chippa United FC, Tlisane Motaung, UP-Tuks Head coach and Rhulani Mokwena- Head coach of Mamelodi Sundowns with the Nedbank Cup during the Nedbank Cup Quarter final Draw at the Supersport Studio in Johannesburg on 18 March 2024 ©Nokwanda Zondi/BackpagePix

The excitement of the Nedbank Cup reached new heights as the draw for the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals took place on Monday, 18 March 2024, and was hosted by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and Nedbank. Following an exhilarating round of 16, where football fans witnessed thrilling matchups and remarkable displays of talent, the spotlight now shifts to the remaining 8 teams vying for glory in South Africa’s most prestigious knockout football competition.

Reflecting on the journey thus far, Nthabiseng Matshekga, Executive Head of Integrated Marketing and Experience at Nedbank, expressed enthusiasm for what lies ahead. ‘The Nedbank Cup has always been a platform for showcasing the best of South African football, and the round of 16 did not disappoint. As we prepare for the quarterfinal draw, the anticipation and excitement among fans keep on growing. We look forward to seeing which teams will emerge victorious and continue their quest for the sought-after trophy.’

Siphesihle Sosibo, Fhatuwani Mpfuni and Nthabiseng Hlope Matshekga, Exectuvie head of Intergrated Market during the Nedbank Cup Quarter final Draw at the Supersport Studio in Johannesburg on 18 March 2024 ©Nokwanda Zondi/BackpagePix

The quarterfinal draw signifies a crucial moment in the tournament, as teams are 1 step closer to etching their names in South African football history. With each game poised to deliver intense competition and unforgettable moments, football enthusiasts from all over the country can expect captivating encounters on the field.

The Nedbank Cup quarterfinal draw also symbolises a celebration of the tournament’s dedication to innovation and fan engagement. Building on the success of initiatives like the Ya Rona House, which has redefined the concept of fan experiences, Nedbank hosted its inaugural fan event this past Saturday. This event, attended by football luminaries such as Siphiwe Tshabalala, Teko Modise, and Primo Baloyi exemplified the ongoing commitment to providing immersive and interactive experiences for football enthusiasts, further enhancing the excitement surrounding Ke Yona Ya Rona.

View of the Nedbank Cup during the Nedbank Cup Quarter final Draw at the Supersport Studio in Johannesburg on 18 March 2024 ©Nokwanda Zondi/BackpagePix

‘We are proud to be at the forefront of initiatives that bring fans closer to the heart of the game,’ remarked Matshekga. ‘From the launch of Ya Rona House to the introduction of groundbreaking fan incentives, the Nedbank Cup is about more than just football – it’s about creating unforgettable moments and fostering a sense of community among supporters.’

The Nedbank Cup’s mix of unexpected results and fan-centered innovations promises an unforgettable experience both on and off the field. The quarterfinal matches will unfold in April, with exact dates and venues to be confirmed by the PSL.

Nedbank Cup quarterfinals draw results

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AmaZulu FCOrlando Pirates FC
Stellenbosch FCSuperSport United
University of PretoriaMamelodi Sundowns FC
TS Galaxy FCChippa United

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