Omusati retains Skorpion Zinc U/17 Cup


Seveleni Esindo scored the only goal of the match as Omusati region beat host Oshikoto region on Sunday to retain the Skorpion Zinc Cup at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb.

Two players missing from Warriors camp

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Peter Shalulile and Benson Shilongo are the only players missing from the Brave Warriors final training camp ahead of the Road to Gabon 2017 AFCON qualifier against Senegal on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Gome joins Wits on season loan


Brave Warriors midfield schemer Wangu Gome will be donning the colors of Bidvest Wits in the 2015/2016 Absa Premiership season after penning a season-long loan from Namibian side Civics this week.

Farewell Botes, striker quits Warriors


Veteran Brave Warriors and Bidvest Wits striker Henrico Botes has decided to step down from international football after a career spanning 14 years, 21 games and four goals for the national team.

Brave Warriors hits final stretch ahead of Senegal battle


Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti have named a 23-men squad for the crucial AFCON 2017 clash against Senegal in Windhoek on 05 September and they will resume training at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Monday before the final 18 are announced on Wednesday.

Mbidi, Muinjo and Rukoro enhances FIFA and CAF


Namibia Football Association (NFA) Frans Mbidi has been appointed by the world football governing body FIFA as a member of the Under-17 World Cup Organizing committee while John Muinjo and Barry Rukoro are also serving the game at continental levels.

We cannot underestimate anyone: Nakalondo

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Skorpion Zinc Cup defending champions Omusati region goes into the third edition of the annual Skorpion Zinc Under-17 Cup at Tsumeb this weekend eyeing the semifinals as they bid to win the final edition of the zinc mining giants.

Mannetti waits on injured Ngueza and Kazapua


Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti is sweating on the fitness of reliable defender Dennis Ngueza as well as goalkeeper Lloyd Kazapua as the team prepares for their 2017 AFCON qualifier against Senegal in early September.

Zenatha and Thomalina go professional


Hard works pays off and two of Namibia’s most celebrated women footballers, Zenatha Coleman and Thomalina Adams are living proof as they finally signed professional contracts with European club, Gintra Universitetas in Lithuania this week.

COSAFA announces Namibia as 2016 COSAFA Cup hosts

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Wednesday, 19 August will be remembered as the day that the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) announced that defending champions Namibia will host the prestigious COSAFA Cup 2016, a first for the country to host senior-level football.

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