Determined Baby Warriors leaves for Congo


The Baby Warriors on Wednesday morning jetted out to Congo Brazzaville for their Confederation of African Football (CAF) 2017 U-17 African Cup of Nations Qualifiers second-round second leg clash against Congo at the Alphonse Massemba-Debat Stadium in Brazzaville on Sunday afternoon.

Gladiators enjoying Westphalia Tour


The Brave Gladiators that is on their annual Westphalia Tour has won one of their six games thus far as they continue to learn and play the beautiful game in Germany.

Stars set up Standard Bank Super battle against Tigers


African Stars have set up a 2016 Standard Bank Super Cup final against MTC Premiership champions Tigers after winning the preliminary round at the majestic Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday.

Stars eager to defend Standard Bank Super Cup

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African Stars are ready for the Saturday's preliminary round of the 2016 Standard Bank Super Cup and aims to face Namibia Premier League (NPL) Champions Tigers on September 10 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in the grand finale.

Triple honors for Sundowns in Dr. Geingob Cup

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South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns retained the Hage Geingob Cup after beating Tigers 4-2 in an entertaining final match at the Independence Stadium on Sunday evening to take the cup for the third-year running.

Baby Warriors narrowly lose to Congo

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The Baby Warriors bravely lost 2-1 in their Confederation of African Football (CAF) 2017 U-17 African Cup of Nations second-round first-leg clash against Congo-Brazzaville at the Independence Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Grounded Baby Warriors shift focus to Congo


The Baby Warriors will try to become the first ever local under-17 team to reach the 2017 CAF U/17 AFCON as they prepare to take on Congo Brazzaville on Saturday afternoon in the second round first leg match at the Independence Stadium.

Tigers count on winning habit ahead of Dr. Hage Geingob Cup


Tigers and football fans should make hay of the ticket prize and free transport to the Independence Stadium for this weekend to support their beloved IngweInyama to victory in the 2016 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup.

Skorpion Zinc investment pays dividends- Mbidi

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The Baby Warriors triumph in Mauritius at the 2017 Cosafa U/17 Championships on Sunday is attributed to Skorpion Zinc’s support and more resources are need to ensure the gradual improvement of the boys into Brave Warriors in years to come.

We believed we could win-Tjongarero


Namibia coach Timothy Tjongarero was full of praise for his side after they claimed the 2016 COSAFA Under-17 Championships title with a 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory over South Africa in the final on Sunday.

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