Namibian soccer lovers, pundits, fans, as well as sympathizers anticipating to attend the TN mobile African Women Championships have been called upon to collect free tickets at the various official outlets, being all the Compu-Ticket centres and the Namibia Football House starting on Wednesday and Thursday respectively.
With five days left before the start of the TN Mobile CAF Women Championship, the Brave Gladiators are awaiting the arrival of Twelikondjela Amukoto and Lina Katuta today from the National Police Training Academy while a friendly against Ghana on Tuesday is canceled due to due to injuries risk.
With exactly five days left before the start of the ninth TN Mobile CAF Women Championship, South Africa, Cote D’ivoire, Zambia and Nigeria are this week expected to arrive in Namibia before the opening game of the championship between the host Namibia and Zambia on Saturday, 11 October at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
The Ghanaian midfield maestro Elizabeth Cudjoe on Sunday scored a hat trick to help the Black Queens to an emphatic 3-1 victory over Windhoek based Tura Magic's U-15 boys team in a friendly match played at the Football House's Technical centre in Windhoek ahead of the African Women Championships.
The Namibian Women Football team-Brave Gladiators- on Saturday put up a gutsy performance to wallop their Algerian counterpart 3-1 in an international friendly match played at the Namibia Football Association's (NFA) technical centre here in Windhoek.
The Rehoboth based M & K Gertze FC on Saturday amassed 19 points and a 23 better goal difference to emerge champion of the U-20 Women Championship League ahead of Windhoek outfit Galz and Goals which finished second with 19 points.
Brave Gladiators coach Jaqueline Shipanga on Thursday morning announced her final 21-women squad for the upcoming ninth edition of the TN Mobile CAF Women Championship which plays in Windhoek, Namibia from 11 to 25 October.
Ghana’s Black Queens has set eyes on another World Cup qualification and they plan to achieve it by winning the 2014 TN Mobile CAF Women Championship which starts in Namibia on 11 October.
Ghana coach Yussif Basigi told nfa.org.na during his team’s training session on Tuesday morning at the Namibia Football Association (NFA)Technical Centre, that they were getting down to final preparations ahead of their Group B campaign and plan to go all the way in Namibia.