Warriors and Coleman braves for Sport Awards gala

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2015 Cosafa Cup champions, the Brave Warriors’ busy year of trials and triumph continues this Friday as they are nominated in four awards for the prestigious 2015 Namibia Sports Awards while Brave Gladiators playmaker Zenatha Coleman is up for the Sportswoman of the Year award.

Katamba calls for improvement after FIFA course

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Namibia’s Director of Sports Sivhute Katamba calls on the first-ever women FIFA/MA Administration and Management course participants to take all the necessary steps for them to unearth talent and improve on sports management in the country.

Tafel Lager Cup for Northern Namibia


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has struck a deal with the Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) that will see the Tafel Lager Cup competition for the four northern regions of Omusati, Ohangwena, Oshana and Oshikoto.

Gmeiner and Pumpkins win NFA Galz & Goals Leagues

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Herman Gmeiner Primary School fought their way to the top and won the 2015 edition of the NFA Galz & Goals U/13 League while Pumpkins Football Club won the under-15 league in Windhoek recently.

Stark legacy benefits women football

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The legacy of former NFA Technical Director Klaus Stark continues to benefit local football as recently the German Olympic Federation (DOSB) together with the local German development agency Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) donated football equipment to women football.

Warriors advance with 2-1 win


The Brave Warriors got their equalizer just at the right time in their come from behind 2-1 victory over Gambia at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Thursday afternoon that sent them through to the second round of qualification for the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup.

Shalulile and Haoseb boast Warriors


Injury doubts Peter Shalulile and Denzil Hoaseb are passed fit and available for the crucial Brave Warriors 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against the visiting Gambia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, today at 16h00.

Magic flawless as three remain pointless

Brave Gladiators defender Lorraine Jossob scored three as she led Polytechnic of Namibia Babes to a comprehensive victory over Women Super League new comers Java-Java Ladies 13-0 at the UNAM Sports Field on Saturday on their way to securing sixth place on the table after four games.

Warriors to step up and progress in world cup qualifiers

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The Brave Warriors will step up and be counted on Tuesday as 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers second round tie against Guinea beckons with a win against the visiting Gambia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, kickoff, at 16h00.

It all came together in Gambia draw-Mannetti


Proper planning and the team’s composure and maturity led the Brave Warriors to record an all-important draw away at Gambia on Friday night in their 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Preliminary round first leg match in Bakau.

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