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Respect and commitment must be acknowledged and rewarded

Our national teams are the pride and joy of our nation. Respect and commitment must be acknowledged and rewarded. Botswana Football Association is delighted to announce that it has consulted a few prestigious business people to reward the Zebras for good performance over the past few games.

Our national teams are entering a new era. Wearing the national team jersey with pride and honour is paramount for the success of our country. Our senior men’s National team have played with passion and dedication. The new crop of young players has given their best and continue to be an integral part of our future. given their best and continue to be an integral part of our future.

As an appreciation, the BFA has raised P 100 000 (hundred thousand) to be shared amongst the players and the technical team for getting us into the second round of the CHAN 2020 qualifier games. When announcing the reward, BFA President-Maclean Letshwiti said respect for value added to our national badge will not go unnoticed.

“This motivation will ignite the boys to do even more for their country, including the upcoming COSAFA 2019,” he continued.

The COSAFA 2019 will be staged in Durban from 25th May to 8th June 2019.



Senior & U-20 women name final squads

Botswana women’s senior national team coach Jacqueline Gaboinelwe, and women’s under-20 national team coach Taphaphiwa Gaebolae have both named their final squad to compete at the 2019 COSAFA championships in Port-Elizabeth South Africa.

The women’s national team has been drawn in group Zambia, Namibia and Mauritius. They will play from July 31 – August 11.

The under-20 has been drawn in group B alongside Eswatini, Tanzania and Zambia. They will play from August 1-11.

The two teams are in the camp until they depart for Port-Elizabeth on the 28th July 2019

Women’s senior national team squad

Women’s U-20 national team squad

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