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2019 Heroes Cup Official Fixtures Released

Posted on Jan 10 2019

The Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) has released the official fixtures of the 2019 edition of the Heroes Cup Tournament which will be staged at Amahoro Stadium from January 26, 2019 to February 1, 2019.

The 2019 Heroes Cup edition will attract the top four clubs from last season’s Azam Rwanda Premier League namely; reigning league champions APR FC, AS Kigali, Rayon Sports and Etincelles FC.

Based on their rankings, FERWAFA competitions application generated how teams will face each other in the round robin format with all the four teams playing each other and afterwards, the overall tournament winner will be decided on points tally and goal difference.

On Match Day one scheduled for January 26, 2019, APR Fc will face AS Kigali while Etincelles FC will be up against Rayon Sports at Amahoro Stadium.

On Match Day two due on January 29, 2019, Etincelles FC will face APR FC before Rayon Sports FC takes on AS Kigali.

On Match Day three due on January 31, 2019, women league champions AS Kigali WFC will face rivals and second-placed Scandinavia WFC before the two RDF teams (yet to be known) take on each other vying for the champions’ slot.

The final day of the tournament will be held on Heroes Day, February 1 at Amahoro stadium with AS Kigali hosting Etincelles FC while APR FC will clash with Rayon Sports FC.

The winner of the Heroes Cup tournament will pocket Rwf. 4 million on top of the trophy, first runner will pocket Rwf. 2 million, third-placed will bag Rwf. 1.5 million while the fourth club will earn Rwf. 1 million.

The winning in the women category will pocket Rwf. 750, 000 while the losing finalist will pocket Rwf. 500, 000.

The winning RDF team will earn Rwf. 1 million on top of a trophy while the losing finalists will earn Rwf. 500, 000 respectively.

Rayon Sports FC won last year’s edition tied on four points but with a superior goal difference over APR FC and Police FC respectively. The blues lost the final game 1-2 to arch rivals APR FC.

Heroism Tournament 2019 Fixtures
Match Day 1, January 26, 2019

APR FC vs AS Kigali (Amahoro Stadium, 15:30)
Etincelles FC vs Rayon Sports FC (Amahoro, 18:00

Match Day 2, January 29, 2019
Etincelles FC vs APR FC (Amahoro, 15:30)
Rayon Sports FC vs AS Kigali (Amahoro, 18:00)

Match Day 3, January 31, 2019
AS Kigali vs Scandinavia (Amahoro Stadium, 15:30)
RDF Winner 1 vs RDF Winner 2 (Amahoro Stadium, 18:00)

Match Day 4, February 01, 2019
AS Kigali vs Etincelles FC (Amahoro, 15:30)
APR FC vs Rayon Sports FC (Amahoro, 18:00)
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