Mozambique is very passionate about their sport; focusing on football and, to a lesser extent, other sports. There are many opportunities for hobby and recreational activities, but since they are quite expensive, most Mozambique can not participate. Like most other aspects of the beautiful country, the lack of infrastructure and the poverty level have combined the development of sports and hobbies across the globe.
As a result, most popular sports are those who do not have much money to play.
Because of Portuguese influence, football is sometimes very popular in Mozambique as in other African states. He often meets both children and adults who have an informal play whenever possible, especially on weekends. The proper clubbing structure is not as good as in other countries due to the infrastructure challenges, but there are still some professional clubs. There are many exchanges between Portugal and Mozambique in football, players and teams from each country regularly play against each other and against each other.
Athletics is a sport that is not widely practiced, given that it is relatively easy to take part. Mozambique sometimes puts weight above the weight in this sports area after winning the 2000 Sydney Olympics gold medal, proving that they can compete at the highest level.
Despite most South African nations, basketball is a very popular sport in Mozambique. Although internationally recognized since 1978, the Mozambique team has not yet won the remarkable championship. Of course, this did not dampen the enthusiasm for sport and is still widespread.
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Mozambican stadiums and sports facilities are deficient, some world-class facilities have recently been built with foreign investment. Remote areas are generally less equipped, while football clubs seem to attract all their investment. The most recent and best stadium is the Estadio do Zimpeto, opened in 2011, which can accommodate 42,000 people. While being considered a multifunctional stadium, it is used almost exclusively for football matches.
The types of hobbies available in Mozambique are generally physical, outdoor varieties. Among the most popular hobbies include:
- Fishing: On the coast, significant Mozambican fishing is known. This is a form of livelihood and recreational fishing. The country is well-known for its wildlife, and is largely untouched, so it is a favorite among local and international visitors.
- Water sports: Any sport on water, whether sailing, diving or even swimming, is very popular with hot weather and water.
- Sand boarding: Being a fairly easy sport to learn and not always needing a lot of equipment is a relatively new hobby of sand renting, which is becoming more and more popular.
Source by SBOBET