We remember Robbie


The late Robbie Savage was synonyms with the Brave Warriors as he was the ever-present at the Independence Stadium or the Sam Nujoma Stadium when the national team was in action and would rally the crowd behind his beloved team.

Youth learn from entrepreneurs

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) together with SMEs Compete hosted an Entrepreneurs Round Table last week, providing unique opportunities for those who are already in or desire to venture into business as well as for business minded youth, to learn from entrepreneurs with a record of accomplishment in business.

NFA Admin Instructors course underway at Eenhana

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Administration Instructors course, as part of the Ohangwena Schools Project, kicked off on Monday at Eenhana with up to nine education circuits participating.

The nation’s support drives us – Brave Warriors

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Thousands of Namibians flocked to the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Sunday afternoon to cheer and witness and the Brave Warriors 1-0 win over Zimbabwe in the African Nations Championships qualifiers and appreciation are in order.

Mannetti can’t be greedy as Namibia beat Zimbabwe

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Ricardo Mannetti is basking in the Brave Warriors 1-0 victory over Zimbabwe in the CAF African Nations Championship qualifiers match played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on Sunday afternoon and couldn’t have asked for more than the boys delivered.

Brave Warriors poised to face Zimbabwe


Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti on Thursday announced 18 players to face Zimbabwe on Sunday in the 2018 Confederation of Africa Footfall (CAF) Africa Nations Championships (CHAN) qualifiers in the second round first leg match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Khomas Youth leagues halfway through

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The exiting Khomas Youth Football leagues reaches the midway stage with Swallows Youth Academy and Windhoek City FC sitting top of the four league tables as the Super League finalize round one in two weeks times.

Somaeb and Shitembi could boost Warriors

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Hendrick Somaeb, Absalom Iimbondi, Roger Katjiteo and Petrus Shitembi are in camp for the Brave Warriors ahead of the Sunday‘s 2018 Africa Nations Championships against Zimbabwe at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Brave Warriors underdogs as they host Zimbabwe

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The Brave Warriors will give and hope their best is enough against Zimbabwe as the best from the domestic leagues goes head-to-head on Sunday at the Sam Nujoma stadium in the race for the 2018 Africa Nations Championships in Kenya.

Poor finishing let Brave Warriors down against South Africa

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Lack of composure in the final third yet again cost the Brave Warriors victory as they went down 1-0 to South Africa in the 2017 Cosafa Cup Plate Final at the Moruleng Stadium, South Africa on Friday night.

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