Namibia national under-20 football team

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Namibia-U20
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Brave Warriors
Association Namibia Football Association
Confederation CAF (Africa)
Sub-confederation COSAFA (Southern Africa)
Head coach Vacant
Home stadium Independence Stadium
FIFA code NAM
First colours
Second colours
First international
Lesotho  3–0  Namibia
(Maseru, Lesotho; 1990)
Biggest win
Seychelles  1–6  Namibia
(Seychelles; 4 December 2007)
Biggest defeat
 South Africa 9–0  Namibia
(Dobsonville, South Africa; 6 December 2009)

The Young Warriors is Namibia's national U/20 football boys team. For women team, see Young Gladiators. They have never qualified for the World Cup or Olympics.

Current Squad[edit]

The previous call up: Innocent Tembo Tura Magic FC, Edmund Kambanda Benfica FC, David Peterson Rebels, Marius Kotze (Rebels), Mike Sinvula (SKW), Teadius Uiseb (Namib Colts), Henrico Hoabeb (Eleven Arrows), Wangu Gomes Civics FC, Marcello Haraseb(Orlando Pirates), Salom Pam (Tura Magic), Peter Shalulile (Tura Magic), Lee Roy Adams (Black Africa), Mapenzi Muwanei (Sailors), Olaf Gaseb (Young Rangers), Itamunua Keimuine (Young Ones), Edward Maova (Eleven Brothers FC), Lebbeus Mwatilifa African United, Nathan Gideon (Benfica FC), Mervin Louw (Eleven Arrows) and Jonas Sakaria (Sailors FC).

Others: Peter Shalulile

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