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Job Advertisement – Youth National Team Head Coach

Botswana Football being on the edge of a new era of football culture and development is looking for a highly qualified coach for U17 and U20 national teams.

Job Purpose

The purpose of this position is to develop players in the youth teams and assist with the development programmes in the Association.

Minimum:   B-License / A-License Coaching qualification
Educational Requirements: Cambridge Oversees Certificate or equivalent  
Experience: 5 Years Coaching Experience in a Premier League or National Team
Core:   Leadership, Conflict Management
Competencies: Organisational understanding, Professionalism, Team Leadership

Key Output

Ensure that the National Youth Team qualify for the next AYC and proceed to the knockout stages thus qualifying for the FIFA World Youth Championship.

Ensure that teams qualify for continental tournaments (CAF).

Ensure that plans and programmes are in place for each specific cycle of the National Team.

Ensure ongoing interaction, communication and consultation with BFA’s Technical Director.

Ensure ongoing interaction with the Coaches of other National Teams.

Scout and selects players for the National Teams.

Strategically plans all training sessions for the National Team in preparation for all matches and competitions.

Job Status

2 year contract

Qualifying candidates should deliver their applications, curriculum vitae and certified copies of certificates and Identity Card to:

The Chief Executive officer
Botswana Football Association
PO Box 1396

Or email to

Only qualifying candidate/s will be contacted.

Closing date is 17 May 2019.

For Further information required contact the CEO Office on: Phone: 3900279

All applications will be treated in strict confidence


BFA mourns Mr. Rapula Gaotlhobogwe

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) is saddened by the passing of Mr. Rapula Gaothobogwe. Mr Rapula Gaothobogwe served as the First Division North (FDN) secretary between 2015 – 2018.

The BFA National Executive Committee (NEC) would like to wish the Gaotlhobogwe family and football family comfort during this difficult times.

May Mr Gaothobogwe’s soul rest in eternal peace.

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