Moses ||Garoëb football league pleads for financial assistance

By Michael Uugwanga 

THE Moses ||Garoëb Football League played at Moses ||Garoëb Primary School in Hakahana, Windhoek, has pleaded for financial support from the corporate world.

The league also needs trained referees.

Established last year, the league is made up of 16 clubs. Winners qualify for the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Khomas Region League (KFL) Playoffs, where the eventual winner plays in the KFL league next season.

The KFL is an associated member of the NFA, although the Moses ||Garoëb Football League does not receive the same recognition as other affiliated football leagues.

NFA oversees all football activities in the country, except social leagues.  Confidente recently visited the Moses ||Garoëb Primary School’s gravel sandy ground, where the league hosts its matches and established that the league lacks corner flags and trained referees, soccer balls and other important match officials.

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