UNAM, Magic and NAMPOL in big wins on Super League opening

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The University of Namibia Ladies football team, UNAM Bokkies are top of the 2015/16 Women Super League following their 13-0 demolition of Omaheke Ladies in the first round of the league, played on Saturday at the NFA Technical Centre.

NFA meets for extra-ordinary congress

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) members will on Saturday meet for an extra-ordinary congress on Saturday in Windhoek to amend article 23 of the NFA Statues pertaining to the electoral committee of the association.

Women Super League starts on Saturday

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The much anticipated second edition of the Namibia Women Super League was launched on Tuesday morning at Football House and it is expanded to 12 teams as the NFA looks ahead of international competitions coming up in due course.

Angula’s return hampered by serious injury

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The Brave Warriors will be without Free State Stars defender Da costa Angula for their 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary round tie against Gambia after he picked up an injury that could possibly sideline him for up to three months.

Full marks for Stars, United and Tigers

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Defending champions African Stars won both of their opening league game of the MTC premiership 2015/16 season, Tigers and United Stars also recorded full points while Citizens, Mighty Gunners and Julinho Sporting lost on both rounds of matches this past weekend.

Solutions for Erongo Football League

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The Erongo Football Region is given until November 2015 to get their house in order following a meeting that resulted in roadmap for the embattled regional football league.

MTC Premiership finally here!

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The 2015/2016 MTC Premiership will officially kickoff with Orlando Pirates taking on Tura Magic on Friday night at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek, while Black Africa travels to Walvis Bay and new boys Young Chiefs visits Rundu in the two-rounds weekend season .

NFA withdraw protest over Senegal players

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will no longer submit a protest to the Confederation of African Footfall (CAF), over the eligibility of two of Senegal players who were in the final 18-men squad without passports when played the Brave Warriors in the 2017 AFCON Qualifier Group K on Saturday.

The support was phenomenal, thank you Namibia

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The Brave Warriors is grateful for about 7 500 of Namibians who graced the 2017 AFCON qualifier, Group K encounter against Senegal on Saturday afternoon at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, which the team lost 2-0.

NFA Coaching course at Kamanjab

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will be conducting an Introductory Coaching course at Kamanjab, Kunene region starting Monday, 07 September to end on Friday, with course instructors NFA Coaching Instructors Timo Tjongarero and Arnold "Wallace" Doeseb.

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