Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti is sweating on the fitness of reliable defender Dennis Ngueza as well as goalkeeper Lloyd Kazapua as the team prepares for their 2017 AFCON qualifier against Senegal in early September.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Sun, 2015-08-23 00:07
Hard works pays off and two of Namibia’s most celebrated women footballers, Zenatha Coleman and Thomalina Adams are living proof as they finally signed professional contracts with European club, Gintra Universitetas in Lithuania this week.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Thu, 2015-08-20 23:18
Wednesday, 19 August will be remembered as the day that the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) announced that defending champions Namibia will host the prestigious COSAFA Cup 2016, a first for the country to host senior-level football.
The Brave Warriors will count on the good omen of the High Performance Centre (HPC) in Pretoria, South Africa as they set eyes on qualification for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, starting with their encounter against Senegal on 5 September in Windhoek.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Fri, 2015-08-14 17:13
With the 2015/16 football season just a few weeks away, clubs are busy at work recruiting and releasing players as they bolster squads for the new season. The first transfer period opened on July 27 and will close on 05 October 2015.
The Brave Warriors are in second training camp this weekend as preparations for the 2017 ACFON Qualifier against Senegal on September 5 in Windhoek gains momentum with emphasis on players conditioning.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Thu, 2015-08-13 12:26
Due to low interest in the FIFA Fitness and Conditioning course, the course was cancelled and now the Namibia Football Association Education department is calling on those invited to the FIFA Member Association (MA) FIFA/NFA Administration and Management courses to take serious note.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Wed, 2015-08-12 10:55
The Brave Gladiators will use the Spain International Football Tournament to improve their game and hopes to secure professional contracts with major European clubs as the Namibia Football Association (NFA) continues to try and improve women football in the country.