Namibia’s ability to host international sporting events manifested in the last three weeks as Windhoek played host to the 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup, delivered with utmost diligence and applauds from all involved.
A Ronald Ketjijere penalty on 21 minutes propelled the Brave Warriors to the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup Plate trophy when they beat Zambia 1-0 in the final at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia on Friday night.
The 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup festival draws to an electrifying end this weekend with an entrance tickets for the Plate final on Friday between Namibia and Zambia warranting you a seat for the grand finale on Saturday all at the majestic Sam Nujoma Stadium.
The Brave Warriors will be without key defender Da Costa Angula for their Tuesday night Cosafa Castle Cup Plate semifinal match against Mozambique at the Sam Nujoma Stadium due to recurring Achilles tendons injury that resurfaced after Saturday defeat to Botswana in the Competition proper’s quarterfinal.
The Cosafa Castle Cup Plate semifinal slated for Tuesday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium will have free admission for the football lovers as the NFA appreciates the support showed to the Brave Warriors on Saturday night.
Following their defeat by Botswana in the Quarterfinals on Saturday night, the Brave Warriors have set their eyes on the Cosafa Castle Cup Plate trophy as consolation for all Namibians and are focused on their Plate seminal clash against Mozambique on Tuesday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.