The Namibia Football Association is determined to host the Women Super Cup competition later in March this year.
This was confirmed by the NFA Women Super Cup league chairperson Jackie Gertze.
The competition is funded by the NFA and Fifa and will be played over six weekends, while the final is scheduled for 27 February 2021.
Three games have already been played last year ahead of the festive season break.
She further said the tournament has not been hosting spectators since it started as a means to curb the further spread of Covid-19.
“I am confirming that the tournament will go on as planned, but this time around games will be played in Okahandja, Gobabis and the nearest towns, just to split up venues to ensure the chances of contracting the disease is minimised,” she said.
“This is to limit crowd, and also test those teams outside Windhoek to see if they can host games in their towns.”
Gertze, however, added the league has also roped in experts from the ministry of health to ensure Covid-19 protocols and preventive measures are adhered to.
“We have employed some health experts as paramedics from the ministry of health. We have about eight of them, who are responsible for the health measures to ensure our players are fine and adhering to those Covid-19 protocols,” added Gertze.