Goals Galore in Women Super League


Elina Uulumbu and Anna Shikusho scored in emphatic victories for UNAM Bokkies and Tura Magic respectively during a weekend of big scores in the NFA Women Super League matches played in the capital last weekend.

Bokkies, Babes and Co set to close gap on Magic


UNAM Bokkies , V-Power Angels, Khomas NAMPOL Ladies as well as Poly Babes will set their sights on closing the gap on runaway Women Super League leaders Tura Magic Ladies when the action resume this weekend in Windhoek.

Tura Magic last weekend thumped UNAM Bokkies 7-0 and inflicted the same defeat on 21 Brigade United to increase their lead at the top of the table to 33 points after 11 matches and further expand their goal difference to an unprecedented 134.

Tjiueza joins Stars for new challenge

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Brave Warriors midfielder Neville Tjiueza has joined MTC Premiership side Stars from Tura Magic for the remainder of the season as he takes up a new challenge and finally honors his calling of playing for the Katutura giants.

NFA search for youth talent

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With the Baby Gladiators booted out of the 2016 FIFA Women Under-17 World Cup qualifiers by Nigeria, the NFA youth activities continued with emphasis on the boys under-17s and under-20s for international competitions in 2016.

Baby Gladiators hammered 5-0 by Nigeria

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Namibia’s Baby Gladiators all but blew their 2016 Jordan FIFA Women World Cup dream after losing 5-0 at home on Friday afternoon at the Sam Nujoma Stadium against Nigeria for an aggregate defeat of 9-0.

Brave Gladiators races against time for 2016 AFCON

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Brave Gladiators coach Jaqueline Shipanga has pressed the panic buttons ahead of her side’s clash with Zambia’s Shepoloplo in the first round qualifiers for this year's Africa Women Cup of Nations in March.

We will play for victory- Pieters

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The Baby Gladiators will play for victory as they host Nigeria in their 2016 FIFA U-17 Women World Cup first round second leg match at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Friday and progression will be a miracle.

These are the sentiments of Baby Gladiators captain Sharon Pieters ahead of their return leg match on Friday, 16h00, as they try to overturn a 4-0 deficit to advance to the final crowd of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) qualifiers.

Baby Gladiators have huge Character-Mbakera

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With Nigeria women under -17 team coming to town next week ahead of their the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women World Cup first round second leg match at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Friday, 16h00, Baby Gladiators coach Mervin Mbakera believes his team can improve and hold their won against the much-feared visitors.

Baby Gladiators lose at Nigeria


The Baby Gladiators lost 4-0 at Nigeria on Saturday in their 2016 FIFA Women U-17 World Cup First Round first leg at the National Stadium in Abuja and have it all to do in the second leg in Windhoek on 22 January.

COSAFA secure future tournaments, listens to FIFA Candidates

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Football in the region received another major boost with the announcement on Saturday that three future tournaments of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations will be held in the North West Province.

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