SKW Youth Guidelines

Passion: Show that soccer is very close to your heart and that very little can replace it. With everything you do, do it with utmost effort and go over the top with yourself. Good should not be enough! I want, I can and I must! Team spirit:  Success is a team effort and only as teams are we strong. So: Everybody else in the team is as important as you are. Encourage yourself and do as much as you can to help others. Engage yourself and show interest in your team colleagues.

Openness and honesty: Trust can only thrive through openness and honesty! No confidence, no unity; no unity, no team spirit; no team spirit, no success.

Communication: Be open for discussions, mention your ideas and raise your objections and feelings calmly at the right point of time. You should listen to your teacher, trainer and coach or teammates if they talk to you, express criticism or praise you. Only this way you can improve yourself! Good communication is the heart of a team! Take your chances: Open your eyes, stay awake and be alert at all times - within a split-second an excellent pass might come your way to create a chance to score a goal! Take the golden and exceptional opportunity and make use of the education and training the SKW offers!

Pleasure doing things: "Also with stones put in your way you can build something beautiful" (Goethe).  So, have fun with whatever you do, think positive. Only with motivation and trust in your own achievements excellent results can be expected! Carpe diem: Time is money and expensive. Utilize yours and that of those around you wisely and judiciously. Always be on time and with full engagement whether in training or in a game, at school or with education. Carpe diem! - utilize the day!

Discipline: Stick to the relevant rules, to the benefit of the club, the team and at the end of the day for your own benefit.

Fair play: Of course we as "SKW" would like to win the league and tournaments, but never to the disadvantage of fair play. Respect the rights of others, those of the opponent and challenger; make exclusively use of your talent, strong will and team spirit to conquer your competitor.

Respect and self-esteem: Respect and appreciate behavior, opinion and attitude of teammates, referees, coaches, trainers and opponents irrespective whether you go accord with them.


„Der einfache Fußball ist der schönste. Aber einfacher Fußball ist zugleich auch am schwersten.“
....sagte der niederländische Stürmer Johan Cruyff

“Football is simple. But nothing is more difficult than playing simple football.

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All SK Windhoek teams reaches semis in Swakopmund. SKW u/15 above and SKW u/11 (left) at the annual SFC Tournament at the coastal town Swakopmund.
SKW u/11 at the 2015 SFC Tournament
SK Windhoek u/13 at the annual Otjiwarongo Tournament - here some pictures
SKW u/11 2016
Committee member 2018
Vincent Molzahn
Oliver Horsthemke
Günter von Hundelshausen
Ernst Kubirske
Arend von Stryk
Hartmut Aring

Trustees:
Udo Riedel
Harald Bartsch
Ralph Ellinger
For any further information you are welcome to contact any of the SKW Football Committee members
skwfootball@gmail.com
U/8 SKW Desert Foxes win gold at the DTS Futsal Tournament

Youth football tournament dates for 2017:
Tournament & Date
SKWFA - 21 - 23 April 2017
DTS - 10 & 11 June 2017
Ramblers - 14 - 16 July 2017
OFC / tournament in Windhoek - 12 & 13 August 2017
SFC - 23./24.September 2017
SKWFA Coaches & Training Schedule 2017
(subject to minor changes)
Age Group
Training Days
Training Times
Coach
Bambini
Thursdays
15:30 - 16:15
Frank Schatz
u/7
Mondays and Wednesdays
17:15 - 18:15   
Ingo Ahrens, Roger Henckert, Olaf Beiter
u/9
Tuesdays and Thursdays
17:00 - 18:30   
Agostinho da Costa, Enrico Tjiramba
u/11
Mondays and Wednesdays
17:00 - 18:30
Sunny Amuthitu
u/13
Tuesdays and Thursdays
17:00 - 18:30    
Edinhio Naruseb, Nikie Gaweseb
u/15
Mondays and Wednesdays
17:00 - 19:00    
Mike Sinvula, Dion Eksteen
u/17      
Tuesdays and Thursdays
16:30 - 18:30    
Lucky Kakuva
SKW FOOTBALL OFFICE

Office hours: 23 - 26 January 2017
You can get hold of Regine telephonically from 10h30 - 12h30.
Regine available at pitches from 17h00 - 18h30.

As from 30 January 2017
You can get hold of Regine telephonically on Mondays to Fridays from 10h00 - 12h30.
Regine available at pitches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 17h00 - 18h30.

Regine Roeber       
SKW Football Office
Wecke & Voigts SKW Football Academy
+264 81 292 9194
roeber@iway.na



Info Letter - Football Academy 2017  -   Letter to SKWFA Parents - Welcome back to the 2017 season!
https://www.facebook.com Youth League Logs

Hopsol league reslts

SKW u/9 SKW 13-1 Mandume
Jeovani Mumbashu 4, Mario Pedro 2, Enzo Martins 3, Junior Ntumba 2, John Mukuve 2.
SKW u/11s won their HopSol League match 10:0!
SKW u/13 final score 9:0
SKW u/15 SKW 3-3 Falcons
SKW u/17 SKW 6:2 Academia

http://hopsolsoccer.org
Retirement Fund Solutions confirmed yesterday that they will once again sponsor the SKW Youth Football Tournament to be held from the 21st till the 23rd of April.

The tournament once again promises to be one of the bigger and better youth tournaments in Namibia.

Retirement Fund Solutions has supported the tournament for the past 11 years and has helped young footballers across Namibia showcase their talents at this great tournament.

U/9 SKW 7 - 3 DTS (picture)
U/13 SKW 2 - 0 DTS
U11&15 was called off due to heavy rain