Gladiators lose opener at Cosafa Champs


The Brave Gladiators lost 1-0 to Zimbabwe at the 2018 Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Women Championship Group C encounter at the Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth Thursday.

Brave Warriors gets Botswana on their Independence Day


Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti will use the upcoming international friendly at Botswana to give the local-based Warriors some much-needed game time ahead of the two games against Mozambique between 13 and 16 October 2018 in their Group K 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Sport 4 Development Clinic underway at Mariental

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) in collaboration with the German Football Association (DFB) and GIZ, are hosting a Sports 4 Development (S4D) Coaching Clinic this week at Mariental while Swakopmund will take centre stage next week.

Gladiators off to Cosafa Women Champs


The Brave Gladiators left for Port Elizabeth, South Africa on Monday to participate in the 2018 Council of Southern African Football Associations (Cosafa) Women’s Championship from 12 -22 September.

We have to win our remaining games- Mannetti


The Brave Warriors will have to pull all the stops in their away games at Mozambique and Zambia while nothing less than victory will be good enough when they host Mozambique and Guinea Bissau in October and November in their Group K 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Brave Warriors and Zambia in exciting draw


Substitute Benson Shilongo put Namibia in the lead only for Justine Shonga to make it one-all at the death as the Brave Warriors and Zambia share the spoils on a chilly Saturday afternoon at a packed Sam Nujoma Stadium in their Group K 2019 AFCON qualifiers match.

Hotto desires 2019 AFCON qualification

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In-form Brave Warriors midfielder Deon Hotto calls on the nation to fill up the majestic Sam Nujoma Satdium as they embark upon the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Qualification against Zambia in Group K on Saturday, 16h00.

Isaacs announces Gladiators for COSAFA Champs


The Brave Gladiators to take on Zimbabwe, Swaziland and Uganda at this year’s Cosafa Women Championships in South Africa was revealed by coach Brian Isaacs at the NFA Girls Centre, Football House on Monday morning.

Brave Warriors almost complete ahead of Zambia tie

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Riaan Hanamub, Hendrick Somaeb and Willy Stephanus joins the Brave Warriors camp today ahead of the clash against Zambia on Saturday, 8 September, 16h00, for their Group K 2019 AFCON qualifiers match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Gladiators gets Zim, Swaziland and Uganda at Cosafa Champs

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The Brave Gladiators will face familiar foes Zimbabwe, and Swaziland as well as anew challenge in quests Uganda at the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Championships that will be staged in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa from September 12-22.

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