Botswana football fans have their work cut out for them as the country’s top soccer team begins a five-match international tour in the country.
The country’s men’s national team is due to play their first international match at the World Cup later this month.
Botswana Soccer is the most popular sport in the nation and it has long been the envy of the rest of the continent.
However, the country is also known for its bad weather, the high cost of living and the difficulty in getting a ticket to the match.
In fact, it takes about three weeks for the country to produce enough tickets for all of its games.
Botswanians are lucky enough to get to the stadium in the capital, Kwadar, where the Botswana national team has their home ground.
The team also takes part in the annual African Football Cup, which is played every four years.
Botsyans have been paying close attention to their team’s progress, which has led to a surge in interest from other sports.
Botszans are so interested in the team that they have been sending fans around the world to watch them play in front of their own fans.
Botszi has been one of the most-watched sports in Botswana for some time, especially after the Botsza team’s stunning 3-0 win over South Africa last month.
The tournament was a chance to celebrate a win, a win that the Botszi men’s team desperately needed after a 1-0 defeat at home by South Africa.
The defeat was especially hard on the team, who had been playing without a captain and a number of key players due to suspensions.
That was when the team decided to take a trip to Botswana to play a friendly against the hosts, Botswana.
While the friendly didn’t go as planned, it did provide a unique opportunity for the Botszis to get together and celebrate a victory over South African opposition.
Botsza beat South Africa 3-1 in front a sold-out crowd at the Kwadaro Stadium in the city of Kinshasa.
Here’s what you need to know about the Botswanans trip to the World