Nedbank Cup round of 32 draw procedure explained

2018-12-13 10:37
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Cape Town - The Nedbank Cup Round of 32 draw procedure explained ahead of the draw as teams go head-to-head for a shot at the R7 million jackpot.

The Nedbank Cup round of 32 draw will be conducted on Thursday, December 13 in Johannesburg.

The Nedbank Cup round of 32 consists of eight clubs from the SAFA structures together with eight clubs from the National First Division (NFD) and 16 clubs from the Absa Premiership.

The draw will be conducted by the PSL's Luxolo September who will be assisted by Ronnie Schloss and Khensani Nobanda from Nedbank.

Nedbank Cup round of 32 Draw Procedure:

- All 32 clubs will be placed in one pot
- There will be no seeding
- In each sequence, the first ball to the drawn will be the home club and the second ball will be their opponent, the away club
- This process will be repeated until all fixtures are finalised

The full list of clubs from the SAFA amateur structures: Tornado FC (ABC Motsepe, Eastern Cape), Super Eagles (ABC Motsepe, Free State), Tshwane University of Technology (SAB League, Gauteng), Umvoti FC (ABC Motsepe, KwaZulu Natal) Boyne Tigers (ABC Motsepe, Limpopo), Umvoti FC, Tjakastad Junior Shepard (ABC Motsepe, Mpumalanga), NC Professionals (SAB League, Northern Cape) and The Magic FC (ABC Motsepe, Western Cape).

The NFD Clubs are: Cape Umoya, Jomo Cosmos, Maccabi FC Mbombela United, Richards Bay, Tshakhuma FC, TS Galaxy and Witbank Spurs.

The draw takes place at 19:30.

Nedbank Cup Prize money breakdown:

Winners: R7 million

Runners-up: R2.5 million

Semi-finalists: R1 million

Quarter-finalists: R400 000

Round of 16: R200 000

Round of 32: R100 000


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