Namibia qualifies for 2019 AFCON finals


The Brave Warriors confirmed their 2019 AFCON participation despite losing 4-1 at Zambia on Saturday night in Lusaka as Mozambique failed to beat Guinea Bissau in Bissau.

Surprise welcome for Brave Warriors in Zambia

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Namibia will use their experience and the 12th man qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals when they take on Zambia on Saturday in a qualifier at the National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka, coach Ricardo Mannetti says.

Brave Warriors a draw away from an unprecedented feat

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The Brave Warriors have set eyes on making it to consecutive continental finals when they travel to Zambia on Thursday to take on Chipolopolo in the African Cup of Nations Qualifier on Saturday at the National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.

Brave Warriors cherish Highland Park facilities

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The Brave Warriors are preparing for their clash against Zambia at the South African Premier League side Highlands Park facilities in Johannesburg and coach Ricardo Mannetti believes it will set up them up for a positive result against Zambia in the African Cup of Nations Qualifier on Saturday.

Maova out as striking trio arrives for Warriors camp


Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti will have to do without goalkeper Edward Maova after he pulled out of the training camp that starts today with a concussion while three strikers are set to join the team today to complete the 27-men training camp as Namibia prepares for the African Cup of Nations Qualifier on 23 March against Zambia.

We are in charge- Mannetti


The Brave Warriors objective in Zambia will have to do their job and not rely on the results in Guinea Bissau on Saturday in the final group games of the 2019 CAF AFCON qualifiers.

Utoni visits Brave Warriors ahead of Zambia clash

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The Brave Warriors will go to Zambia to win their final Group K African Cup of Nations Qualifier on 23 March and make sure Namibia makes her third appearance at the finals to be held in Egypt from 21 June and 19 July 2019.

Namibia players transfer window open

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) on Monday opened up the players’ registration and transfer window within the leagues in the country as the Namibia Premier League (NPL) concludes the first round of matches.

NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League resumes

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Legare Stadium in Gobabis was the hive of women football action as the second round of the NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League kicked off last weekend with the clubs gunning for the title and 15 goals scored.



The Ministry of Sports in collaboration with the Namibia Sports Commission, Namibia Football Association and the Brave Warriors Supporters Club has agreed to avail three (3) buses (65 seaters) for transporting Brave Warriors’ supporters to and from Zambia for the match on 23 March.

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