August 20

  • Angola: Most Titled Team Play Angolan Cup Semi-Finals


    With 10 trophies won in 32 editions of Angolan cup in football, Petro de Luanda are the most titled among the four semi-finalists of this year's edition. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Murape, Mutuma Suspended

    The Herald

    Dynamos executive have suspended veteran player Murape Murape and Roderick Mutuma indefinitely following their fight at Zimphos Grounds on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Keshi Dumps Eagles

    Daily Independent

    Former Super Eagles Head Coach, Stephen Keshi has ended his romance with the team following the failure of the crisis ridden Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to improve on his... Read more »

  • South Africa/Zambia: Sasol Banyana Banyana Geared for Zambia Clash


    The South African Women's National team, Sasol Banyana Banyana are raring to go for their international friendly match against the Zambian women's national team, She-polopolo. Read more »

  • Gambia: Gambia Deaf Scorpions Solicit Support From President Jammeh

    The Point

    Members of the Gambia Deaf Scorpions are soliciting support from the President of the Republic of the Gambia to participate in the upcoming first-ever Africa Deaf Cup of Nations... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Engulfs NFF's Office in Abuja

    Daily Independent

    The flames are said to have started from a spark in the accountant's office which quickly spread through the building before it was eventually brought under control by fire service Read more »

  • South Africa/Sudan: Safa Invites Members of the Public to Travel With Bafana Bafana to Sudan


    The South African Football Association (SAFA) has put together a package for fans intending to watch Bafana Bafana live in Sudan. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwandan Duo APR, Police Storm Cecafa Semis


    Rwandan duo, APR and rivals Police both won their quarter final battles, setting up a semifinal clash in the CECAFA-Kagame Cup on Friday. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Umeh's Faction, Baribote Allege Sabotage, Want Incident Investigated


    THE Mike Umeh led faction of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) executive board has described the fire that destroyed one wing of the NFF secretariat in Abuja Wednesday as an... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Azam Finally Bow Out of Kagame Cup

    Daily News

    AZAM striker Kipre Tchetche battles for the ball with Sudan's El Merreikh defender Ala Eldien Yusif during their CECAFA Kagame Cup quarter-final tie at Nyamirambo Stadium in... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Razes NFF Headquarters in Abuja


    Fire has razed the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) headquarters in Wuse Zone 7 District, Abuja. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Falconets Plan Early Goal Against North Korea


    Falconets coach Peter Dedevbo has said he hopes his team score an early goal to unsettle North Korea in Wednesday's U20 Women's World Cup semi-final. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Highlanders Hike Charges for Triangle

    New Zimbabwe

    HIGHLANDERS have hiked gate charges for Thursday's Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter against Triangle set for Hartsfield Grounds to control supporters. Read more »

  • South Africa: Safa Sends Condolences to Family of Ms. Makau


    The South African Football Association (SAFA) would like to extend their deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Ms. Disebo Gift Makau who was brutally murdered this week. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Oshoala - I'm Not Under Pressure to Score


    After two player-of-the-match performances and three goals, and emerging as her team's most influential player, Super Falconets midfielder Asisat Oshoala says she is not under... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Sabotage - Mysterious Fire Guts NFF Secretariat


    Abuja -The confusion rocking Nigerian football took a rather shocking dimension Wednesday when a mysterious mid-morning fire completely gutted the accounts department and the... Read more »

  • Botswana/Namibia: Gladiators Beat Botswana 5-2


    Thomalina Adams opened the scoring with a penalty after only 4 minutes. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Razes NFF Secretariat


    CONFUSED officials of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Wednesday watched helplessness as fire razed the federation's secretariat at Wuse Zone 7, Abuja. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Guts Nigeria FA Headquarters


    NIGERIA Football Association, driven by in-fighting and sanctioned by the world game's governing body, FIFA, suffered a fresh blow on Wednesday after fire gutted its headquarters. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NFF Elections - Umeh Insists On August 26 Date

    Daily Trust

    Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)'s First Vice President/ Ag President, Mike Umeh has said elections into the Executive Committee of the Federation will take place on August 26th,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Afcon 2015 Qualifier - Osagona, Salami Excited Over Super Eagles Call-Up

    Premium Times

    Nigeria's Premier League highest goal scorers, Osagona Igbodalo and Gbolahan Salami, have said they are delighted to be called up for the 2015 African Cup of Nation, AFCON,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Outbreak - Amadu Says NFF Programmes Will Go On

    Daily Trust

    General Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Musa Amadu has said that Wednesday morning's fire outbreak will not in any way affect the programmes of the Federation. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Engulfs NFF Secretariat

    Daily Trust

    The Secretariat of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) in Abuja, known as 'Glass House' was gutted by fire on Wednesday morning. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Elegbeleye, Gumba Commiserate With NFF Over Fire Incident

    Daily Trust

    Director-General of the National Sports Commission, Gbenga Elegbeleye and the Chairman of Senate Committee on Sports, Senator Adamu Gumba have commiserated with the Nigeria... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fire Guts NFF Headquarters

    This Day

    The Headquarters of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), popularly known as the Glass House was at the early Wednesday morning gutted by a mysterious fire. Read more »

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