Hardap Region reaches Skorpion Zinc Cup Semis

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Hardap Region on Sunday (24 August) put up a starling performance to beat Ohangwena region 4-3 to advance to the semi-finals of the annual Skorpion Zinc U-17 soccer tournament in a series of matches played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium here in the capital Windhoek.

Make Hay while it Shine

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The Namibia Football Association's (NFA) Executive Committee member says there are many opportunities that are presented by NFA when hosting the various annual youth tournaments.

Skorpion Zinc Envisages a Better Third Edition

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The General Manager of Skorpion Zinc Mine and Refinery, Prasad Suryarao, says the game of football is the most popular and unifying in the entire universe as the sport requires the most simplest of equipments to partake in the game.

Karas Impresses !


Karas Region's U-17 soccer team on Saturday staged a gutsy performance to beat Kunene Region 5-3 in the annual Skorpion Zinc tournament played at the Windhoek's Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Khomas Region thumps Omaheke

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The annual Skorpion Zinc U-17 soccer tournament on Saturday(23 August) got underway in earnest with Khomas Region walloping Omaheke Region 5-1 in the opening match played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Brave Warriors players on Wednesday night football


It was a great Wednesday night to for Namibian footballers plying their trade abroad as they scored and helped their sides in league football in both South Africa and Thailand.

Namibia philosophical after another big defeat at Youth Olympics

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The biggest losing score-line in the Girls’ Youth Olympic Football Tournament continues to grow despite the best efforts of serial record-breakers Namibia, who shipped nine goals without reply in their opener against Mexico before losing their second game 10-0 to the hosts on Wednesday.

Gladiators maraud Botswana girls 5-2 !


The Namibia Women National Team-aka Brave Gladiators-on Tuesday beat their Botswana counterparts 5-2 in an international friendly match played at the Katutura's famed Sam Nujoma Stadium.

New date for Standard Bank Super Cup


The much anticipated Standard Bank Super Cup has been moved to the 27 September at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, featuring Namibia Premier League (NPL) champions Black Africa and a yet to be determined club.

Stars-NPL verdict on 27 August

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Appeals Committee on Saturday, 16 August 2014 heard augments from lawyer Patrick Kauta for African Stars, Johan du Plessis representing Sydney Martin and Clint Dauti and lawyer Slysken Makando on behalf of the Namibia Premier League (NPL).

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