Football in Botswana
Football is clearly the number one sport in Botswana. By October 2007 there are about 348 men’s clubs registered while only nine women's clubs have been registered. The national team has not yet enjoyed any tangible success on the field. In January 2008 Botswana reached number 101 on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. They have less than a handful of players based outside their country (the most famous being forward Dipsy Selolwane).
Botswana Premier League
The Botswana Premier League currently has sixteen clubs competing in it.
Botswana First Division North
The Botswana First Division North currently has twelve clubs competing in it.
Botswana First Division South
The Botswana First Division South currently has twelve clubs competing in it.
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