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.

Mannetti aware of Lesotho’s threat

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The Brave Warriors will have to be aware of Lesotho’s threat in their 2017 COSAFA Cup quarterfinals encounter when the regional football showpiece kicks off in Rustenburg, South Africa from 25 June to 09 July 2017.

Gome joins Brave Warriors training

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Bidvest Wits midfielder Wangu Gome on Tuesday joined the Brave Warriors training camp at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek, a great boast to the team’s preparations ahead of the June 2019 AFCON qualifiers and COSAFA Cup.

Brave Warriors get a Biokineticist


The Brave Warriors have lured in a Biokineticist Charl Botha to accelerate the fitness and overall readiness of the players ahead of the football schedule that starts in June.

NFA host Referee Beginners Course

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) is embarking upon search for new refereeing talent and will be hosting a two-week referee’s course at the Football House in Windhoek starting Tuesday, 09 May.

African, Outjo and Gunners completes Debmarine Namibia Cup Last-16


Young African, Outjo FC and Mighty Gunners won on Saturday to confirm the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup last 16 clubs following thrilling action at the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo.

NFA appoints Adhoc Committee for the NPL

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Roger Kambatuku will chair the NFA Adhoc Committee for the NPL that will ensure the commencement of the elite league on 12 May 2017 as well organize an elective congress of the league for a substantive executive committee.

Debmarine Namibia Cup Last-32 concludes at Otjiwarongo

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Three more clubs will advance to the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup last-16 finals as the Namibia Footfall Association (NFA) on Tuesday confirmed the coming weekend’s footballing action to take place at the Paresis Stadium in Otjiwarongo.

Five clubs advance in Debmarine Namibia Cup


Five clubs progressed to the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup last-16 finals following action played out on Saturday at the Oscar Norich Stadium and Sam Nujoma Stadium in Tsumeb and Windhoek respectively.

Debmarine Namibia Cup fixtures amended

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The Namibia Footfall Association (NFA) has released amended fixtures for this weekend for the Debmarine Namibia Cup as Bee Bob Brothers, Eastern Chiefs and Try Again automatically qualifies for the lucrative competition’s Last 16.

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