Sports

Sports (464)

  • 27
  • Jul
Newly-promoted Namibia Premier League club, Young Brazilians, will play its home matches at the sandy Karasburg High School Sports Field after the league administrator indicated this week that it meets FIFA’s requirements to host top flight football.
  • 20
  • Jul
Life Fighters goalkeeper, Paulus Abel, was on cloud nine this week after he was included in the 29-man provisional squad that was called up for the Brave Warriors training camp on Tuesday
  • 20
  • Jul
Legendary Namibian sprinter, Frankie Fredericks, has thanked the government for honouring him with a statue to be built at the Independence Stadium in Olympia, Windhoek,
  • 20
  • Jul
Marine diamond mining company, Debmarine Namibia, has expressed satisfaction with the impact that its multi-million dollar sponsorships have had in football and netball.
  • 20
  • Jul
Namibia’s first Paralympics gold medalist, Johanna Benson, has hit out at the Namibia National  Paralympic  Committee (NNPC),
  • 20
  • Jul
Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) Chief Executive Officer, Mervin Green, says he is worried about the slow pace at which the sport is developing at the grassroots level,
  • 13
  • Jul
Former Brave Warriors international, Robert Nauseb, who is famously known for scoring a wonder goal in the 3-3 draw against Angola at the 1998 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals, is now a personal trainer at Sacred Heart College in Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • 13
  • Jul
Veteran Namibian boxer and former Australian Middleweight champion, 42-year-old Johannes Mwetupunga, is itching to make a comeback, three years after he last stepped into the ring.
  • 13
  • Jul
Young Brazilians will be relying on home ground advantage when they welcome the Swakopmund outfit, Blue Boys, on Saturday in the second leg of the Southern Stream First Division play-offs at the sandy Karasburg stadium.
Young Brazilians head into the match as favourites to gain promotion to the Namibia Premier League (NPL) thanks to the two goals they scored in Swakopmund last Saturday in a 2-2 draw in the first leg.
  • 13
  • Jul
U-17 national team coach, Paul ‘Shakes’ Malembu, believes that his players have what it takes to at least qualify for the knockout stages of the COSAFA Cup U-17 Championship to be held  in Mauritius from July 19-29, despite several challenges.
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