In 2006 women's football was only played informally with very few teams. In November 2006 FIFA granted Namibia the right to host the Football Seminar for South & East Africa Countries to discuss, elaborate and share best practices and establish a plan of action to develop the women's game. A national championship was then contested, consisting of regional leagues and play-offs for the championship. From 2009 to 2011 there was no competition. In 2011 the Women's Super League was created with six teams.FIFA help starting the league by sponsoring 100,000 Namibian dollars and football attires and training equipment for the teams.
The first season was won by Jacqueline Shipanga (JS) Academy.
The list of champions and runners-ups. Okahandja Beauties won three championships before creation of the super league. The 2014 season was suspended because funds needed were used for hosting the 2014 African Women's Championship.