Archive - Aug 11, 2010 - Story
Namibia was the biggest climbing African country on the FIFA/Coca Cola World Ranking released on 11 August. The Brave Warriors climbed four places to 115 from last month’s 119.
Namibia is now ranked 30 in Africa but remains eighth in the SADC region.
South Africa remains the highest ranked SADC nation with a world ranking of 66 and an African ranking of 12. Zambia are the second ranked SADC nation with a world ranking of 72 and an African ranking of 14.
2010 Africa Cup of Nations hosts Angola will host the Cosafa Senior Challenge Cup from 13 to 27 November.
The tournament will be played in the two cities of Lubango and Benguela, which hosted some of the AFCON matches in January.
At last year’s tournament Namibia lost 1-0 to Zambia in the quarterfinal stages in Zimbabwe. The hosts were the eventual winners of the cup.