Archive - Nov 3, 2006 - Story
The German Embassy donated football equipment to the value of N$33 000 to the Namibia Football Association (NFA) on November 3.
The equipment, including balls, bibs and cones was brought to Namibia by German coach Lars Isecke, who has a EUFA professional instructors license. Isecke also conducted a four-week coaching course in Namibia, mainly coaching coaches in Windhoek and Walvis Bay.
Zimbabwe are hoping to field their strongest side when they play Namibia in an international soccer friendly at Rufaro Stadium in Harare on November 15.
The Warriors are using the match as part of their preparations for the African Cup of Nations qualifier against Morocco in March next year.
Soccer - The waiting is nearly over
After three months of inactivity on the field and power struggles off it the 2006/07 Namibia Premier League is finally set to start next weekend.
With all these squabbles now over, the Namibia Football Consortium on Thursday gave the green light in the form of a massive N$8 million cheque for the start of the new season.