Submitted by mediaofficer on Mon, 2014-06-09 12:57
The qualification to the ninth edition of the African women championship was concluded over the weekend with the reigning champions, Equatorial Guinea, missing out for the championships to be hosted in Windhoek on 11-25 October 2014.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Mon, 2014-06-09 12:04
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has invited 41 match officials to a Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) Member Referee course which take place in Windhoek from 23 to 28 June at Football House.
Katutura soccer outfit African Stars on Saturday (07 June) beat Namibia Premier League bound Citizens FC 3-2 on penalties to be crowned Bidvest Namibia Cup Champions for a second consecutive year after winning the inaugural competition last year.
The Stage has been set with the official handing over of playing gears to the two finalists African Stars and Citizens FC in the Bidvest Namibia Cup which will be staged at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday 07 June 2014.
The much anticipated Bidvest Namibia Cup 2014 final takes place this coming weekend, on 7 June 2014. Last years’ cup winner, African Stars takes on Citizens at the Sam Nujoma stadium at 15h00. Both African Stars and Citizens advanced to the final after beating Tura Magic and United Stars in the semi-finals respectively.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Tue, 2014-06-03 17:41
We have taken note of the repots in the English media that suggest that the President of the NFA, Mr. John Muinjo conspicuously might have attempted to receive money for personal use from Mr. Mohammed Bin Hamman, former President of the Asia Football Confederation and Vice-President of FIFA, in exchange for Mr. Muinjo to vote for the Qatari bid to host the World Cup in 2022.
Ahead of their 15h00 clash against Africa Stars on Saturday, Citizens captain Robert Gurirab reveals that his side is on the verge of history and they determined to make it happen by winning the 2014 Bidvest Namibia Cup.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Tue, 2014-06-03 10:38
Following their exit from the race for the 2015 CAF AFCON, the Brave Warriors will have to chance to take on a West-African side after the Ghanaians confirmed their participation in the championship that runs from September 13 to 27 in Botswana.
The Brave Warriors succumbed to lack of composure and absence of key players in their all-important 205 CAF ACFION qualifiers which eventually led to a 3-0 drubbing at Congo on Sunday afternoon at Complex Sportif de Pointe Noire.