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SPORT KLUB WINDHOEK
Namibia est. 1951
SKW First Team 2015/16
SKW starts with 6 points into the new season

Round 2 - Sunday 1, November 2015
15H00 SKW 3 Afrika Rassap 2 - SKW – Stadium

Three of the four u/17 youngsters (Olaf Beiter, Frans Chijaka, Dieter Kebbel und Luc Sivertsen) found themselves in the starting line-up of coach Fabio Rego. With loads of goal opportunities wasted the Rego boys edged their opponents at the end. Again Lucky Klazen opened the score with his two goals 1-0 & 3-2. SKW Captain Rassi got SKWs second. Rassap playing in a all yellow strip came back and equalised during the first half. After about 60minutes it was then Klazen who scored the winner after a fine combination by the boys in green.

Round 1
Saturday 31, October 2015
13H15 City Boys 1 SKW 3 - Independence Stadium

38 Degrees - yet the men in green started with a victory into the new season. New signing ex Bundesleague player Razundara Tjikuzu played his first official match for SKW, with a reasonable performance and goal for the boys from Olympia.

The other two goals were scored by Lucky Klazen (picture heading for goal) 1-0 and Daniel Hassenpflug 2-0

2015/2016 Season

rear from left to right: UZEMBURUKA KAANGUNDUE, EDINHIO NARUSEB, GEORGE HUMMEL, DANIEL HASSENPFLUG, LUAN KLAZEN, LUCENTIO LOPES (died in car crash December 2015), EDMUNDUS NANGOMBE, MOSES NGUVAUVA, ALISTER KOTZEE, DIETER KEBBEL. 

middle f.l.t.r: FABIO ALVES, ASHLEY KARUPA, ELLEN HAROBEB, LEONARDO ALVES, HORACIO RIETZ (CAP), GAVIN CLOETE, RAZUNDARA TJIKUZU, KEANU VAN WYK, OLAF BEITER.

front f.l.t.r: CHRISTOPH KRÖNCKE, CORNEL RIETZ (MEDIC), STEPHEN AOCHAMUB (COACH), FABIO REGO (HEAD COACH), AGOSTINHO DA COSTA (ASS-COACH), DINO BALLOTTI (TECHNICAL DIRECTOR), LUC SIVERTSEN.

NOT ON PICTURE: TERENCE KAPEPU, WILLEM TJIZU, VICENT KAERUKA, MIKE SINVULA.
Round 3 - Result - Friday 06, November 2015 - Khomas Sports Tech 0 W&V SKW 4 - Independence Stadium
Round 4 - Sunday 08, November 2015 - 16H00 W&V SKW vs Impala Chiefs - SKW Stadium

SKW führt die Tabelle an. - Fr, 2015-11-06 Allgemeine Zeitung

3. Liga: Rego-Team holt zum Auftakt sechs Punkte

Der Sportklub Windhoek (SKW) ist mit zwei Siegen in die neue Saison der drittklassigen Fußball-Khomasliga gestartet und hat damit seine Aufstiegsambitionen unterstrichen. Razundara Tjikuzu glänzte bei seinem Einstand als Torschütze. Dieses Wochenende peilt Trainer Fabio Rego zwei weitere Dreier an.

Am vergangenen Samstag setzten sich die SKW-Kicker bei Temperaturen knapp unter 40 Grad im Independence-Stadion in Olympia souverän mit 3:1 (2:0) gegen die City Boys durch. Der vom Ligarivalen Falcon verpflichtete Offensivspieler Luan Klazen (22. Minute) und der zuletzt vereinslose Ex-Bundesligaprofi (1999 bis 2006) Razundara Tjikuzu (75. Minute) krönten ihre Pflichtspieldebüts für den Sportklub mit jeweils einem Treffer. Das talentierte Eigengewächs Daniel Hassenpflug markierte kurz vor dem Pausenpfiff den 2:0-Halbzeitstand. Der beim SKW zwischen den Pfosten stehende Neuzugang Vincent Kaeruka musste sich erst in der Nachspielzeit geschlagen geben, als er einen gegnerischen Handelfmeter nicht parieren konnte.

Einen Tag später brachte Klazen (9.) den Sportklub gegen den Afrika Rassap FC in Führung und Kapitän Horacio Rietz (15.) erhöhte nach einem Eckball von Tjikuzu per Kopf auf 2:0. Nachdem die in gelben Trikots aufgelaufene Rassap-Elf auf 2:2 egalisiert hatte, avancierte Klazen (47.) im zweiten Durchgang mit seinem dritten Treffer des Wochenendes zum umjubelten Matchwinner. Mit Olaf Beiter, Frans Chijaka, Dieter Kebbel und Luc Sivertsen kam für den SKW ein Quartett zum Einsatz, das zu Beginn dieser Saison aus dem U17-Kader aufgerückt war......

Round 5 - Friday 13, November 2015 - 18H30 SKW 4 Kingston United 0 - SKW – Stadium


Round 6 - Sunday 15, November 2015 - 17H45 Young Ones 0 SKW 1 - Independence Stadium
Goal: Olaf Beiter
Wecke & Voigts SKW FOOTBALL
Round 7 - Friday 27, November 2015 - W&V SKW 3 Namib Eagles 1
SKW Scorers: Keanu van Wyk - Colin - Luki Klazen.

Round 8 - Sunday 29, November 2015 - 16H00 Falcons 1 W&V SKW 3 - SKW Stadium
 
 
SKW withdraw firts team due to funeral of their sunny boy striker Lopes!

SKW Football: Luciento Lopes - The saddest trip we had to the coast in modern times and the heaviest loss we experienced lately as team. For your information. Luciento Lopes was travelling to Swakopmund to play in the SFC tournament for SKW 1st team. An oncoming vehicle collided head-on with lopes vehicle about 90 kilometres from Swakopmund. A fellow player Fabio Alves was in the vehicle with him and came out of the accident unhurt by miracle. This was last night at about 2150. Lopes were taken to the Cottage hospital but the injuries were too severe. They tried everything and alas an innocent life was taken. He will continue in our prayers.
 
Round 10 - Sunday 14, February 2015 - 16H00 Ongete United 0 SKW 7 - SKW Stadium

Round 9 - Saturday 13, February 2016 - 16H00 SKW 3 Golden Rivers 0 - SKW Stadium


Round 11 - Sunday 21, February 2015 - 16h00 W&V SKW 5 Java-Java 2 - SKW Stadium
KFC Football Beat 2015
SKW coaching at the KFC Football Beat, which was held for kids between the ages of 10 and 14, including a 5 a side tournament.

Round 12 Saturday 27, February 2016 - 15h00 W&V SKW 2 Namib Colts 1 - SKW Stadium
Round 13 Sunday 28, February 2016 - 15h00 Eleven Champions 0 W&V SKW 1 - SKW Stadium

Razundura Tjikuzu and Olaf Beiter at a freekick
Round 14 Saturday 12 March 2016 - 15h00 W&V SKW 4 Polytechnic 0 - SKW Stadium
Round 15 Sunday 13, March 2016  - 15h00 Rock Stone 0 W&V SKW 2  - SKW Stadium

Round 16 Saturday 2, April 2016 W&V SKW 3 City Boys 0
Round 17 Sunday 3, April 2016 Afrika Rassap 2 W&V SKW 6
Round 18  9 March 2016 W&V SKW 5 Khomas Sports Tech 1
18 matches played 18 won!!!


First loss for SKW 1st team SKW 1 - Young Ones 5, the Sunday result (picture) SKW 1- Namib Eagles 1
Round 22  14 May 2016 W&V SKW 3 Golden Rivers 0
SK WINDHOEK 2016 CHAMPIONS
Saturday: 21 May 2016
Round 25 - 15h00 W&V SKW 2 Ongete United 0

Sunday: 22 May 2016
Round 26 - 15h00 W&V SKW 2 Eleven Champions 0
Wednesday 25 May 2016 - 15h00 SKW 4 Java Java 1


Thursday 26 May 2016- 19h00SKW 6 Falcons 0 (pictures beneath)
Saturday 28 May 2016
14h00 Namib Colts vs SKW - SKW Stadium did not pitch

Sunday 29 May 2016
14h00 NUST 1 SKW 4 - SKW Stadium

SK Windhoek Football - Champions party
SKW win also their last match by four goals to one against NUST – Namibia University of Science and Technology.
After the match the 2016 league winners ‘presentation took place. SKW were honoured by the presence of Mr. Dieter Voigts and his daughter Adriane from the Wecke &Voigts group.

The Official League winning ceremony took place on Sunday 29 May 2016, at +- 16h00 at SKW Stadium. As part of the activities, the W&V SKW 1st team played their last match of the season, on Sunday 29 May against the team from NUST – Namibia University of Science and Technology. Immediately after the match, +- 16h00, the celebration activity took place on the Field.
SK WINDHOEK 2016 CHAMPIONS with 6 games still to be played !
play off date 23-24 July 2016 POSTPONED
17 August 2016

First team coach
Fabio Rego
announced that he will not be able to continue as coach due to work commitments!

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SKW Football
Committee 16/17

Regine Röber
Oliver Horsthemcke
Hartmut Ahring
Kai Uwe Schonecke
Günter von Hundelshausen
Arent von Stryk
Ernst Kubirske
Vincent Molzahn
Gernot Redecker
Anke Baas
Kerstin Henckert

Trustees:
Udo Riedel
Harald Bartsch
Ralph Ellinger

There are six new clubs for next season's first divisions while Young Rangers retained their berth in the North East First Division following promotional playoffs held over the weekend at Tsumeb, Gobabis and Grootfontein.

At the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb, four clubs Okahandja Military School (Otjozondjupa), Etosha United (Kunene), Africa Motto (Oshana) and UNAM Ogongo (Omusati) battled out for three spots in the North West First Division for next season and it was UNAM, Okahandja and Motto that won promotion.
Motto lost 3-2 to Okahandja on Saturday while UNAM thumped Etosha 4-0. UNAM demolished Motto 4-1 and Okahandja crushed Etosha 5-0. On Sunday, Okahandja and UNAM played to a one-all draw before Motto defeated Etosha 3-2.

At the Legare Stadium in Gobabis, Norther Stars from Erongo Region and Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) from Khomas won promotion to the Southern Stream First Division as they took top honors at the playoffs that had five clubs in contention. To be promoted, SKW beat Omaheke Region's Kom Haal Hulle 1-0, Mountain Rangers from Karas 2-, drew 2-2 against Reho Madrid and lost 2-0 to the ruthless Northern Stars.
Stars won all four of their games, as they also whitewashed Rangers 3-1, humiliated Haal Hulle 6-0 and Madrid 3-0 to make it 12 points from four games with SKW in second place on seven points.

Up north at the Omulunga Stadium in Grootfontein, Oshikoto Region's Young Rangers retained their North East First Division status as they won Group B of the playoffs and are joined by Kavango East Region's Kangweru Black Tops, who won Group A.
Black Tops bested Oshikoto NAMPOL 3-2 and then finished off with a identical victory over Zambezi region's Bush Bucks on Sunday to win Group A. Young Stars, in the playoffs after finishing 10th in the North East First Division, defeated Ohangwena NAMPOL 2-0 on Saturday and then drew one-all against Kavango West Region's Western Stars to take Group B.

Regards,
Dan Kamati NFA Media Officer - www.nfa.org.na

SKW, Northern Stars, Black Tops, Motto joins First Divisions