Let the games begin!

DTS Volleyball for All 2020

14 January 2020 | Sports

It’s volleyball time in Windhoek again, with the 37th edition of the DTS Windhoek Draught Volleyball for All taking place on Saturday, 1 February.
A maximum of 240 teams – be it family, work colleagues or friends – can look out to a day filled with sports, fun and entertainment at this event described as Southern Africa’s biggest volleyball tournament.
Apart from volleyball action, catering is provided by several food outlets, while cold Windhoek Draught and other beverages will be available for players and their supporters. As usual, after the finals, the party continues in the tent with a performance by Gazza.
Medals and hampers will be awarded to the winning teams, while the teams with the most energy, sportsmanship and creative outfits also won’t go home empty handed.
Teams can sign up as a Mixed Team or 6-a-side, with two ladies that must be on court at all times. Only two registered volleyball players are allowed per team. Registration has already opened and entries close on 23 January, or when the maximum number of 240 teams is reached.
Online registration forms and other relevant info is available via www.dts.org.na
With Windhoek Draught as main sponsor, NHP as co-sponsor, as well as media partner Radiowave, this annual social volleyball tournament is set up to be a success.
See you at the DTS in Olympia!

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