Namibian Sport Fixtures

Maximillian Boll in action for Ballers against Quality. Photo: Helge Schütz

Namibian futsal will make history on Saturday when Namibia’s national men’s team plays its first international match against Tanzania in an Afcon 2024 qualifier. 

The return leg is in Dar es Salaam on 9 February, and the aggregate winner will book a place in the 2024 Afcon finals set to take placein Morocco in April, so a lot will be at stake. Make sure you are there to cheer the boys on. 

Domestic football returns to Namibia this weekend when the second round of the Debmarine Namibia Premiership continues with matches throughout the country. 

Log leaders African Stars (36 points) are not in action as their matches against Civics and Tigers have been postponed, but Khomas Nampol (34) and FC Ongos (32) are breathing down their necks and can take over at the top if they win their respective matches against Young African and Young Brazilians on Sunday. 

Eeshoke Chula Chula (25) and Blue Waters (24) both have double headers and can close the gap, but they meet in a crucial match at Swakopmund’s Vineta Stadium on Sunday where both will need a win to maintain their title challenge. 

The FNB Women’s Super League also continues with several matches taking place throughout Namibia.

In the pick of the weekend’s matches, log leaders FC Ongos take on fifth-placed Beauties, while second-placed Khomas Nampol take on sixth-placed Arrows Ladies.  

The weekend’s complete fixtures are as follows.

Saturday, 3 February 

Futsal Afcon 2024 Qualifier 

19h00: Namibia v Tanzania, Sports Plaza, Windhoek Showgrounds 

FNB Women’s Super League 

11h00: V Power Angels v Unam Bokkies, NFA Centre

11h00: Ongwediva Queens v Okahandja FC, Uukwagula Stadium

13h30: FC Ongos v Girls & Goals, NFA Centre

15h45: Khomas Nampol v Arrows Ladies, NFA Centre

18h00: Beauties v Nust Babes, NFA Centre

Debmarine Namibia Premiership 

16h00: Young African v Young Brazilians, Legare Stadium 

16h00: Okahandja United v E Chula Chula, Nau-Aib Stadium 

16h00: Blue Waters v Mighty Gunners, Vineta Stadium 

17h00: Unam v Julinho Sporting, Omulunga Stadium 

16h00: Life Fighters v Okakarara Young Warriors, Mokati Stadium 

Sunday, 4 February 

FNB Women’s Super League 

09h00: V Power Angels v Girls & Goals, NFA Centre

11h30: FC Ongos v Unam Bokkies, NFA Centre

11h00: Ongwediva Queens v Namib Daughters, Uukwagula Stadium 

14h45: Ramblers v Okahandja, NFA Centre

17h45: Beauties v Arrows Ladies, NFA Centre

19h00: Khomas Nampol v Nust Babes, NFA Centre

Debmarine Namibia Premiership 

14h00: FC Ongos v Young Brazilians, Independence Stadium Whk

14h00: Blue Waters v E Chula Chula, Vineta Stadium 

14h00: Life Fighters v Julinho Sporting, Mokati Stadium

15h00: Okakarara Young Warriors v Unam, Omulunga Stadium 

16h00: Young African v Khomas Nampol, Legare Stadium 

16h00: Okahandja United v Mighty Gunners, Nau-Aib Stadium 

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