Submitted by mediaofficer on Fri, 2011-05-06 16:27
Namibian match officials will attend a CAF referee’s course for young talented referees and assistant referees.
Following a request from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Refereeing manager Kalombo Bester for member FAs to send two referees, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) National Referees Committee have put forward the names of referee Rainhold Shikongo and assistant referee Dawid Shaanika.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Fri, 2011-05-06 08:45
Teams competing in the semifinals of the of LEO NFA cup where here on Thursday provided with their playing gear for the double header on Saturday at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek.
The four teams, Eleven Arrows, Orlando Pirates, Black Africa and Civics, were presented with their semifinals matches jerseys from the sponsors of the flagship competition of the Namibia Football Association, Leo.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Tue, 2011-04-26 09:43
Mike Sinvula scored the only goal of the match as the Khomas Region beat Karas 1-0 in the final match of The Namibian Newspaper Cup on Sunday to retain the coveted the youth title at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis.
Following a rain-halted first half, the match resumed some one hour later with both sides giving their all, but it was the left-footed Khomas winger Mike Sinvula who produced the magic early in the second half to all but give his region the victory over the Karas Region.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Sat, 2011-04-16 19:59
It was a mountain too high for the Brave Gladiators as they lost 2-0 to Nigeria on Saturday afternoon in Windhoek.
Nigeria came to the Sam Nujoma Stadium without any of their foreign-based players who featured in the 7-0 victory in Abuja a fortnight ago, and were still favourites before the action started on Saturday in Windhoek.
The host, the Gladiators gave a good account of them in the first half but were not able to create hopeful chances as the strong and fast visitors matched them.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Wed, 2011-04-13 16:30
The Khomas second division league concluded this past weekend with Windhoek United crowned champions of the regional league.
According to the Chairperson of Khomas football region and an executive member of the Namibia Football Association Dawid Goagoseb, Windhoek United were crowned champions after they managed a one-all draw with third-placed Kingston United, who needed to win the match in order to clinch the title.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Tue, 2011-04-12 14:02
The Leo NFA Cup semi-finals matches will see double-chasers Black Africa entertaining Civics and Eleven Arrows taking on Orlando Pirates.
The matches to be played on May 7 at the Windhoek’s Independence Stadium where revealed on Tuesday morning at Soccer House after a draw was conducted following the end of the quarterfinals matches last weekend.
The matches will be played as from 14h00 with Eleven Arrows taking on Pirates and two hours later at 16h00, Civics clashing with Black Africa at the same venue.