Baby Warriors lose to Mauritius


Botswana and Mauritius picked up vital wins on the third day of the 2018 COSAFA Under-17 Championships to leave Group A on a knife-edge going into the final round of fixtures next week.

Botswana defeated Seychelles 2-1, an improved showing from the islanders after their opening day 8-3 loss to Namibia, but still not enough to keep them in the tournament as their semifinal hopes were dashed.

Tjiueza leads Baby Warriors to opening day Seychelles rout


Baby Warriors captain Prins Tjiueza scored four goals to lead Namibia to a comprehensive 8-3 over Seychelles and coach Paul Malembu calls on cool-heads as they prepare to take on the host on Saturday in the 2018 Cosafa under 17 Championships Group A tussle.

Malembu expects tough challenge for Baby Warriors


Baby Warriors Coach Paul Malembu reckons their Group at the 2018 Cosafa under 17 Championships, starting on 19 July in Mauritius, is an open group given what the teams have done to improve their teams since the last time Namibia were at the championship.

Baby Warriors opens Cosafa U/17 against Seychelles


The 2018 COSAFA Under-17 Championships get under way on Thursday as Mauritius plays host to the vital junior competition for the third year in a row with Namibia and Seychelles facing off at 10h00 in the first game.

Mannetti prepares for Project 2019

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Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti on Tuesday announced 29 local based players that will train for six weeks ahead of the first of Namibia’s four African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2019 Group K Qualifiers with the final match in March 2019.

Baby Warriors off to Mauritius for Cosafa Champs

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The Baby Warriors today left for Mauritius for the COSAFA Under-17 Championship looking to replicate the success of their compatriots who were crowned champions in 2016 before Namibia failed to participate in 2017.

Five Regions wants to host 2019 and 2020 Newspaper Cup

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Karas Region are among the five regions that have expressed desire to host the 2019 and 2020 The Namibian Newspaper Cup supported by Nedbank Namibia, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) reveals.

Build It Football goes to the north

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Staying true to the drive of taking the beautiful game to the people, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) and Build It this week announced a youth development partnership that will see seven-a -side football for under-13 players in the Northern part of the country which will eventually spread out to other parts of the country as well.

Galz & Goals launches Vision 2022


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Galz & Goals 2018-2022 Strategic Plan was officially launched at Football House in Katutura on Wednesday morning as the programme continues to improve access football for adolescent girls and create a platform for girls to learn life skills through sport while empowering them to make healthy life choices on and off the field.

2018 Skorpion Zinc Cup launched

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The 2018 Skorpion Zinc under 17 Cup was launched at Football House on Tuesday afternoon by Youth and Sports Minister Erastus Utoni as 14 regions prepare for the championship to be held at Grootfontein from 24 to 27 August 2018.

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