New under-20 Stars in Germany


The Namibia-Germany government relationship continues to bear fruits as a Namibia junior soccer team starts their training camp in Westphalia this week.

The Ministry of Youth, Sport and National Services together with the Namibia Football Association have selected 20 young players that will be in Germany from 29 May to 14 June in a training camp in the region of Westphalia, Germany.

Arrows FC wins leo NFA Cup

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Eleven Arrows FC are winners of the leo Namibia Football Association (NFA) Cup after beating Civics FC Civics 2-0 on Saturday with goals from Dumisa Jantze and Freedom Puriza at Walvis Bay.

Arrows reached their second final in the last three years and this time around, under the tutelage of former Namibia mercurial midfielder Johannes Congo Hindjou, secured their first NFA Cup victory since independence.

Arrows took the lead after four minutes of action with Dumisa Jantze sending in a corner which was cleared back to him, before curling his shot into the far corner of the net.

Women Team Tour Germany

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The Namibia Football Association women select team will depart for their Germany- tour on June 18, with a fairly young team.

According to national team coach Jacqueline Shipanga, the trip is an opportunity for the youngsters to showcase their potential to possible scouts from various clubs abroad - these players include the likes of Kleintjie Fredericks, Juliana Skrywer, Shirley Cloete and Tomalina Adams and others.

Leo NFA Cup final in Khuisebmund

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It is all set for the final match of the Leo NFA Cup as Eleven Arrows and Civics battle out for the ultimate prize at the Khuisebmund Stadium in Walvis Bay on Saturday.

The two sides’ clash in the final after Arrows downed Orlando Pirates 1-0 and Civics defeated Black Africa 2-1 in the semifinals played in Windhoek recently, to all but book for a 15h00-kickoff time date in the final match of the Leo NFA cup.

Warriors squad for Burkina Faso clash


Namibia coach Brain Isaacs have called up a strong 29-men squad for the Braves Warriors return 2012 Orange African Nations Cup crucial qualifier against Burkina Faso early next month.

The squad which was released on Friday with the training camp due to start on Tuesday, 24 May in Windhoek, Namibia Capital, where the match will be played.

Galz & Goals healthy Lifestyle Workshop

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The NFA Galz & Goals initiative will be hosting a four day healthy lifestyle workshop for 40 coaches from all across Namibia next week.

The workshop Kicking AIDS Out! Peer Leadership, will bring together forty NFA Galz & Goals coaches from six regions across Namibia are gathering in Windhoek from the 26th to the 29th of May.

The focus of the educational event is to provide a re-fresher course on the healthy lifestyles component of the football development initiative where coaches can act as positive role models within the communities in which they work.

NFA Sport Medicine Course Next week


The Namibia Football Association will start with player’s health programs as the Introductory Sports medicine Course commences in Windhoek next week.

The Introductory Sport Medicine Course will be the first of the two players health courses schedule for this year and will run for three day starting Tuesday, 24 to Thursday 26 May 2011 in Windhoek at Soccer House and will be facilitated by Brave Warriors Team Doctor, Gerson Kandjii.

Galz paired with Westphalia Godfathers

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The NFA- German relations continues to grow, as on Wednesday, 15 members of the Galz & Goals Program were paired up with district in Westphalia, Germany.

This was announced by the NFA Technical Director Klaus Staerk at the press briefing stating that the program will ensure that the selected girls “receive monthly allowances from their district Godfathers in Westphalia”.

“All 15 of the Westphalia districts will participate in the programme and the NFA Women’s Desk selected the young girls who would take part,” Staerk said.

NFA & NPL condemns match–fixing allegations

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The Namibia Football Association, together with the Namibia Premier League condemns the bribery allegations within Namibian Football as the 2010/2011 football season draws to an end.

With the beautiful game of football world-over embroiled in bribery scandals and allegations, the Namibia Football Association and NPL have come out in the strongest terms to denounce allegations of match-fixing as the final two rounds of the MTC Premiership, Leo NFA Cup Final and the remaining matches of the two first division streams takes centre stage.

Arrows & Civics in Leo NFA Cup Final

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The Leo NFA Cup semifinals underdogs, Eleven Arrows and Civics will meet in the final following their victories over giant-favorites Orlando Pirates and Black Africa on Saturday afternoon in Windhoek.

Coming into the weekend, Black Africa, recently crowned Namibia Premier League champions and their Katutura rivals, giants Orlando Pirates were firm favorites to book a dream final in the Leo NFA cup on May 28, but Arrows and Civics had other ideas.

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