The Brave Warriors are due to play Niger in a crucial 2017 AFCON qualifier match on 04 June and their participation in the 2016 COSAFA Cup Trophy Tour is amended to allow the team full focus on the must-win match ahead of the 2016 COSAFA tournament to be played in Windhoek from June 11-25.
with Namibia to host the 2016 COSAFA Cup next month, the Brave Warriors featured in six matches before they claimed the 2015 COSAFA Castle Cup, the most games ever played in a single tournament and a long journey to the title for the Brave Warriors.
Cosafa Chief Operations Officer Sue Destombes has announced the change of venue for the Cosafa Cup draw away from Windhoek on Thursday with Johannesburg the new venue for the much anticipated draw due to flight problems.
Windhoek is buzzing with excitement as it will host the draw for the 2016 COSAFA Castel Cup on Thursday night to determine the two groups as well as the quarterfinals which will involve the defending champions, the Brave Warriors.
Ricardo Mannetti led Namibia to the COSAFA Castle Cup title in South Africa last year, providing the country with one of the greatest days in their history on the football pitch and he remains in charge for the defence of their title on home soil from June 11-25, when he will seek to engineer a rare feat of back-to-back COSAFA Castle Cup wins.
Fans the length and breadth of Namibia will get to view the most coveted prize in Southern African football when the COSAFA Castle Cup Trophy Tour makes its way through the country’s streets ahead of the 2016 tournament to be played in Windhoek from June 11-25.
African Nations Championship winners the Democratic Republic of Congo have been added as a guest nation to the star-studded line-up for the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup to be staged in Namibia from June 11-25.
The 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup is coming to town and Windhoek will host the draw for the June regional tournament on 25 April as the Brave Warriors looks to retain the trophy they won in South Africa last year.