About 500 girls at NFA Galz & Goals event in Eenhana

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The Regional NFA Galz & Goals Committee in Ohangwena region organized a Football and Healthy Lifestyle Festival in Eenhana on Saturday the 3rd of June 2017 with 489 girls taking part in the event.

Ketjijere aims for 2019 AFCON as pinnacle

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The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualification that starts this weekend presents a chance for Brave warriors captain Ronald Ketjijere to stake a claim at representing his country at the major football spectacle.

Brave Warriors heads to Ghana to prepare for Bissau

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The Brave Warriors jets out for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group K assignment at Guinea Bissau lacking game fitness but focused on their goal of qualifications for the continental showpiece as the qualifiers starts in earnest on 10 June 2017.

The team leaves on Thursday for the famous Lizzy Sports Complex in Accra, Ghana for a training camp with 24 players on board before they proceed to Guinea Bissau on 07 June ahead of their 10 June encounter.

Referees on the move and training

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Namibia Referee Dankie Shinana head out to Cairo today for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) New FIFA Referee Course , Jackson Pavaza is headed for Zambia and the Omaheke Football Region hosts an Introduction to Refereeing at Gobabis .

Increased rewards in Debmarine Namibia Cup

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The draw for the lucrative Debmarine Namibia Cup produced tantalizing ties and increased incentives for the players as Mariental and Walvis Bay are set to host the Round of 16 matches on 17 June 2017.

Debmarine Namibia Cup draw on Monday

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Tura Magic, Outjo Academy, Life Fighters and Young Beauties are some of clubs hard at work ahead of the exciting and lucrative 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup draw for the round of 16 taking place at the United nations Plaza’s Amphitheatre in Katutura on Monday.

Tjihonge attends CAF first Goalkeeping Instructors Course

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Former Brave Warriors gloveman Ephraim Tjihonge recently attended the first ever Confederation of African Football (CAF) Goalkeeping Instructors Course in Yaoundé, Cameroon.

Cosafa Castle Cup Legends

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CONGO HINDJOU (NAMIBIA)
Johannes ‘Congo’ Hindjou is a hugely respected former Namibia international who played in all of the first six COSAFA Castle Cup tournaments between 1997 and 2003.
The midfielder netted twice in Namibia’s first ever appearance in the competition, a 2-1 win over Zimbabwe in 1997, and bagged another that year in a 4-1 success against Malawi.
The following year he played in Namibia’s famous 3-2 success over South Africa and scored in a 1-1 draw with eventual champions Zambia.

COSAFA President Dr Chiyangwa backs impact of COSAFA Castle Cup!

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COSAFA President Dr Phillip Chiyangwa has praised the role of the COSAFA Castle Cup in developing football in the Southern African region and believes the competition will go from strength to strength in the coming years.

Khomas Youth remembers Africa Day with Cup

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The Africa Day Under-15 Khomas Youth Cup was launched on Wednesday with 12 clubs to face off on league-basis for honours at the NFA Technical Centre between 25 and 28 May 2017.

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