Munchen Boys managed to secure themselves a place by scoring 6-2 against the Carlitos making them the champions of the day and the Carlitos runner-ups. Both teams will be playing again at the finals.
To stand a chance of winning the South African five-a-side tournament, teams need to compete in one of the remaining five qualifying tournaments being held in the run-up to this year’s Rand Show. Entry to the qualifiers costs R1,000 per team.
Hailed as Africa’s largest amateur five-a-side football tournament, Castle Africa 5s boasts the ultimate prize with the winners walking away with an all-expenses-paid trip to the 2018 FIFA World Cup held in Russia accompanied by soccer legend Samuel Eto.
The remaining five qualifying tournaments will be held at the venues mentioned below, enter by contacting them.
|1||Rustic Indoor (Fourways)||William||0791913858||10 March|
|2||Urban Sports (Emmarentia)||Callum||0833049847||17 March|
|3||Action Soccer (Edenvale)||Victor||0847549857||18 March|
|4||Fives Premier League (Randburg)||Bevin||0836178797||24 March|
|5||Pirates (Parkhurst)||Justin||0649080965||25 March|
Don’t miss your shot at the prize! Another five mini tournaments are taking place in Gauteng during the month of March. Get your friends together and create your own amateur five-a-side team - there are few spots left.