Cosafa Women's Championship expanded

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The 2017 COSAFA Women’s Championship will be the biggest yet with 12 nations set to compete for regional honours at the finals in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe from September 13-24. The event will arguably be the most important ever for women’s football in Southern Africa as it brings together 11 of the 14 countries from the region, as well as East African guest nation Kenya.

We can break them down- Mannetti

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The Brave Warriors are hoping for ball control and make it count of it against Comoros on Sunday, 13 August 2017 in Moroni in their 2018 CAF African Nations Championships qualifiers third round first leg match.

Youngsters pay homage to the Skorpion Zinc Cup

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Namibia’s Under-17 captain, Elderly Morgan was only the second Namibian captain to have won a COSAFA trophy after his team defeated favourites South Africa to lift the COSAFA Under-17 Championships trophy in 2016.

NPL Constiution review gains momentum

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The Namibia Premier League (NPL) new constitution was on Saturday finalized as members together with met Fifa consultants, paving the way to the long-awaited return of the domestic top league.

CAF confirms final CHAN qualifiers programme

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the programme for the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers third round fixture between Namibia and Comoros as the two nations eye their first ever qualification for the continental local-based players showpiece in Kenya.

Floodlights for NFA Technical Centre

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre has received floodlights from FIFA as an initiative to help develop the football game in the country with the installation to be completed in August.

Shitembi back in preparations for Comoros

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Brave Warriors midfielder Petrus Shitembi is back at training and has joined the squad in preparation for their Comoros African Nations Championship (CHAN) Qualifier clash on 13 August 2017 in Comoros.

Debmarine Namibia Cup semifinalists confirmed

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Magic, Chiefs, Gunners and African booked their Debmarine Namibia Cup semifinals spots following thrilling quarterfinals clashes held at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis on Saturday.

Debmarine Cup quarters programme amended

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The Debmarine Namibia Cup Organizing Committee has amended the kick off times for the quarterfinal matches slated for Gobabis on Saturday at the Legare Stadium.

NFA to honor Robbie with CHAN qualifier

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will honor the memories of the late Robbie Savage with a fitting send-off on 20 August at the Sam Nujoma Stadium as Namibia takes on Comoros in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) third round second leg match.

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