Players called up for 2015 CAF U-17 Champs qualifiers

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Department has named a 30-men provisional squad of players born in or after 1998 for the upcoming 2015 African Under-17 Championship qualifiers which starts in June 2014.

The players called up were part of the inaugural Skorpion Zinc U-17 Cup at Keetmanshoop last year and have to report to Football House between today (Friday) and Saturday, with training expected to start on Sunday at the NFA Technical Centre under the watchful eyes of co-coaches Timothy Tjongarero and Turipamue Upi.

Brave Gladiators to tour Westphalia

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Following their 2-1 win over the Westphalia Under-18 ladies team on Wednesday, the Brave Gladiators team is released from camp and will report back on 10 May ahead of their all-important trip to Germany on 18 May as preparations for the upcoming ninth edition of the CAF African Women Champions continues.

Tura Magic draws Stars in Bidvest Semis

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The combat zone for the Bidvest Namibia Cup semi finals has been drawn, with the games billed for Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on10 May 2014.

In a draw carried live on the national broadcaster NBC Thursday( 24 April) night, Katutura giants African Stars were paired against their hoodoo team Tura Magic FC, while newly promoted Namibia Premier League outfit Citizens FC drew Rundu based outfit United Stars.

Pirates and Stars clash to be continued


African Stars and Orlando Pirates will play the remaining 10 minutes of their MTC Premiership encounter which was 2-0 in favour of the Buccaneers before the floodlights went off at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura on 16 April 2014.

Young Warriors in final stretch for Mozambique clash

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A group of 23 players will look to make the final cut for the Young Warriors team that host Mozambique for the 2015 CAF Youth Championship qualifier preliminary round, second leg encounter on Saturday, 26 April at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 14h00.

Newspaper Cup was a Success


This year's Namibian Newspaper Cup competition held at the historic Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb have been acknowledged as a reverberating success by both the organizers and sponsors alike.

Young Warriors gearing for Mozambique

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The Young Warriors on Tuesday morning started preparation for the 2015 CAF Youth Championship qualifier preliminary round, second leg encounter against Mozambique on Saturday, 26 April at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Kavango wins Newspaper Cup

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The Kavango region were on Easter Monday afternoon crowned champions of The Namibian Newspaper Cup after edging Oshana 2-1 in a thrilling final match played at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb.

Omusati and Kavango Newspaper Cup Finalists !

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The Omusati Region and Kavango Region defied all odds, when they beat both tournament favourites Otjozondjupa Region and host Region Oshikoto respectively to qualify for the final of the Namibian Newspaper Cup in matches played here in Tsumeb at the Oscar Norich Stadium.

Ghana edge Westphalia as Namibia finish fourth

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Ghana won the Four Nations International Friendly Tournament as they edged out Westphalia on penalties while host South Africa finished third and host Namibia fourth.

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