Local coaches in capacity enhancing courses

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) remains steadfast on local coaches’ capacity building and are hosting a week-long Introductory Coaching Course at Nkurenkuru, as well at the two-week C-Licence Coaching Course at Football House, with encouraging numbers of attendees.

Modise leads Sundowns back to Namibia

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Teko Modise will once again headline the 2015 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup as he leads a star-studded Mamelodi Sundowns to these shores for their defense of the pretigous tournament which starts on Thursday afternoon at the Independence Stadium.

Namibia first division playoff results

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Khomas NAMPOL and Dates Eleven were over the weekend promoted to the Southern Stream Frist Division while up north Ntunguru FC and K. K United as well as Tropical Heat and Ongwediva City FC also joined the national First Division following playoffs held at the Mariental Sports, Oscar Norich Stadium and Omulunga Stadiums.

Julinho Sporting voted into Dr. Hage Geingob Cup

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Rundu-based MTC Premiership side Julinho Spirting amassed the most public votes to claim a place and compete in the prestigious 2015 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup to be held from 23 to 25 July at the Windhoek’s Independence Stadium.

NFA empowers local coaches

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The Namibia Football Association's local coaches’ empowerment initiatives continue as and this week 37 aspiring coaches are attending an Introductory Coaching Course at Football House.

Young Gladiators loses at DR Congo

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The Young Brave Gladiators will have to dust themselves up and produce a brave and revengeful display when the host DR Congo in two weeks’ time after getting their 2015 CAF U-20 Women's World Cup Qualifying Tournament campaign to a bad start , losing 4-0 at DR Congo on Sunday afternoon.

Galz & Goals League underway in Windhoek

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The popular football league for girls has been running for seven weeks in Windhoek, with 46 teams participating in U/13, U/15 and U/17 leagues as part of the recognised sport for development programme supported by UNICEF, FIFA, GIZ, SPAR, SCORE and UNAIDS.

Galz & Goals training coaches in life skills coaching

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Galz & Goals is training football coaches in life skills coaching as part of the Galz & Goals League’s focus on life skills and healthy lifestyle education for girls.

Young Gladiators expects tough encounter in DR Congo

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The national under-20 ladies side are ready to compete against the Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday in Kinshasa as they plan to negotiate their way to 2016 Papa New Guinea, FIFA Women Under-20 World Cup campaign with a promising start.

Dawes’ Memorial on Wednesday at Football House

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will host a memorial service for the late footballer Alberta “Chicken” Dawes on Wednesday at Football House, 18h30. Dawes passed away on 29th of June 2015 at the Katutura Intermediate Hospital after being diagnosed with brain tumor a few weeks earlier.

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