The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations can confirm the COSAFA Castle Cup 2016, to be hosted in Namibia, will now be staged from June 11-25. The change in dates from the month of May are due to the later than usual end to the South African Premier Soccer League, which contains key players from
Football in the region received another major boost with the announcement on Saturday that three future tournaments of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations will be held in the North West Province. It follows a determined commitment from the North West Government and the Bakgatla Ba Kgafela to make the Province the ‘home of
An interview with Timothy Shongwe, Chairman of the Organising Committee, at the launch of the COSAFA CASTLE CUP 2016 in Namibia!
An interview with Naftal Ngalangi, Vice-President of the Namibia Football Association, at the launch of the COSAFA CASTLE CUP 2016 in Windhoek!
An interview with Alastair Hewitt, General Manager of Castle Lager at South African Breweries, at the launch of the COSAFA CASTLE CUP 2016 in Namibia!
The return of CASTLE LAGER as title sponsor of the COSAFA Cup for an initial period of five years will ensure the immediate future of one of the top regional competitions on the global calendar. The announcement that CASTLE LAGER would renew their association with the Southern Hemisphere championship was made in Windhoek this week
The COSAFA Cup 2016 was officially launched in host city Windhoek, Namibia on Tuesday with the announcement of the return of Castle Lager as title sponsor for the regional showpiece event. The championship, organised by the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) in conjunction with the Namibia Football Association (NFA), will be staged from
Officials from COSAFA have completed a successful inspection tour of the facilities to host the COSAFA Cup 2016 in Namibia next May. Executive Committee Member John Muinjo, standing in for Chairman of the COSAFA Cup 2016 Organising Committee Timothy Shongwe, led the COSAFA delegation together with Secretary-General Sue Destombes during which the group visited the
The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) is delighted to announce that defending champions Namibia will host the prestigious COSAFA Cup 2016. Namibia will stage the event for the first time in their history between May 15-29, 2016 at two venues in the capital Windhoek – the Sam Nujoma Stadium and Independence Stadium. It
Namibia Football Association (NFA) president Frans Mbidi has confirmed that the country will host the COSAFA Cup 2016. Mbidi has confirmed that the Namibian government has pledged financial support for the event, which is scheduled to be played in May next year, with the exact dated to be announced at a later stage. The government