Namibia Football Association

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Namibia Football Association
FIFA affiliation1992
CAF affiliation
  • 1990 (Associate member) [2]
  • 1992

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) is the governing body of football in Namibia. It was founded in 1990, and affiliated to FIFA and to CAF in 1992. It organizes the national football league and the national team. Its aim is to create a football culture and industry that provides entertainment and economical benefits for all; to become a dominant national association within the confederation via the professionalism of the game's administration; to promote education and development programmes in all aspects of the game, particularly regarding youth and women's football; and to provide a force for cohesion in society.[3]

Its Mission:

  • Promoting and facilitating the development of football through sustainable structures and training initiatives;
  • Engage in pro-active dialogue with the government to cultivate recognition of the game as a national asset;
  • Create a mutual beneficial relationship with the corporate world.
  • Create the image of being a transparent, stable and progressive organization;
  • Do all it can to engage its national teams and clubs in international competitions and in doing so contribute to rise of Africa as a football powerhouse.[4]

The Leagues[edit]


  1. ^ CAF and FIFA, 50 years of African football - the DVD
  2. ^ CAF and FIFA, 50 years of African football - the DVD
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