|Full name||Mestský športový Klub Námestovo|
|Ground|| Štadión MŠK Námestovo,|
|Chairman||Ing. Andrej Stašiniak|
|2016–17||3. liga, 6th|
MŠK Námestovo is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Námestovo. The club was founded in 1931.
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