Kingsley announced a major sponsorship for Ramblers Football Club on Friday evening, which will place the Pionierspark-based club firmly on the road to professionalism.
Although members of Ramblers and the international soft drinks mix company, Kingsley, did not want to divulge how much the sponsorship would amount to, the chairman of Ramblers, Harald Hecht said it was probably the biggest sponsorship yet in Namibian football.
Blue Waters face a tough test this weekend when they take on Black Africa and Orlando Pirates in Windhoek.
Blue Waters are currently fourth from bottom on the log and their chances of winning away from home seem to be remote.
Namibia moved one place down on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings according to the latest release.
Namibia are now ranked 123rd in the world, one down from 122nd position they held last month.
During this time, Namibia just played one friendly match, losing 1-0 away to Botswana on February 7, 2007.
Round 14 and 15 of the MTC Namibia Premier League takes place this weekend, with matches scheduled for Windhoek, Oshakati and Outjo.
The log leaders Civics travel to the north to take on Oshakati City and Golden Bees, while in Windhoek, Black Africa and Pirates will host the coastal teams Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows.
Jacky Gertze, the NFAâ??s womenâ??s football co-ordinator, has expressed disappointment at the match officiating and reception that the Namibian team, the Brave Gladiators, received in Kinshasa for their second leg Olympic qualifier against the Democratic Republic of Congo over the weekend.