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SKW old boys Bangkok, from our central defender Harald Bartsch:
"In extreme heat and humidity Skw managed to obtain a great result in the biggest amateur soccer tournament in South East Asia"
35 teams entered in total and we obtained 6th spot in the top division (no age limitation) out of 15. In the final game we were very unlucky and lost 1-2 against the Cambodian team who had an average age of around 22. We also did beat the German All Stars Blue Team 2-1, which we were all very proud of. Bruised and all sore but luckily no serious injuries. Now we recover in Phuket till Thursday, then back home
It is that time of the year again where over 1,000 young footballers from all over Namibia, grow in excitement and anticipation of the annual Retirement Fund Solutions SKW Wecke & Voigts Youth Tournament.
Retirement Fund Solutions is now in its 9th year as main sponsor of this prestigious event. This year they will invest a total of N$ 20,000 to ensure that this event will once again create a platform for the football stars of tomorrow to showcase their abilities.
Retirement Fund Solutions - SKW Youth Academy Tournament 2015
Der SKW entsendet heute eine 22-köpfige Delegation nach Deutschland, um Namibia kommendes Wochenende bei einem internationalen U19-Fußballturnier im westfälischen Velen zu vertreten.
Coaching: Stephen Aochamub (Head Coach), Brian Isaacs (TA), Klaus Lühe (Manager) and Ville Kivimäki (Assistant Coach)
Players: Vinomuini Tjombonde (U-19), Mike Wamunyima (U-19), Olaf Beiter (U-17), Hee-Dee Walenga (U-17), Ashley Karupa (U-19), Daniel Hassenpflug (U-19), Vasco Victor (U-19), Rodrigo Bezuidenhout (U-19), Felix Lühe (U-19), Keanu van Wyk (U-19), Rafael Botha (U-17), Dieter Kebbel (U-17), Tjitumuzuva Tjiuoro (U-17), Alex Kivimäki (U-17), Christoph Krönke (U-19), Shaquille Smith (U-17), Fabio Alves (U-19) and Marko Zirzow (U-19)
The SKW boys (a combined team of the u/17 and u/19) were invited to the International Tournament in Velen (Westphalia Germany). SKW won the tournament convincingly and did not concede one goal. In the final they beat DFJ Coersfeld from Germany by four goals to nil. In the tournament were 10 teams from seven nations. Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Poland, Nederland and for the first time an African team, NAMIBIA. SKW topped their group convincingly by winning all their matches. In the semis SKW won on penalties vs Ballinasloe (Ireland) before crowning their tour with a 4-0 victory against DJK Coesfeld (Germany) . The hosts Velen also showed their guest around, eg a visit to Borussia Dortmund stadium, fun and entertainment at an amusement park and much more.
Official SPONSOR Wecke & Voigts presented by Mr Voigts himself handed over the new playing gear to the SKW first team - stay upgated with SKW FACEBOOK
SKW first team coach Fabio Rego (left) the SKW captain Rassi and Mr Dieter Voigts (Sponsor)
NEW Date:Otjiwarongo Youth Football Tournament Date: 15 & 16 August 2015
The third round of games in the Bank Windhoek National Fistball Championship held at the SKW Fistball fields, reached a high on Saturday evening, 13 June 2015, when the national squad was announced. The ten-man team will travel to Argentina in November, where they will participate in the 15th Men’s World Championship. The chairperson of the Fistball Association of Namibia (FAN), Michael Baas, reiterated that a young and inexperienced team has been chosen. Only Christoph Kubirske and Mark Roesener have been exposed at international level.
SKW 1 and Cohen FC 1 are now level on points and sets, with SKW 2 remain in the mix as well, just two points adrift from the log leaders. While the national team squad will intensify their preparations, the next Fistball event is already on the cards. The Cohen FC Cup Tournament will take place on 4 July 2015.