Cricket Namibia invest in the future , construction progress at new stadium


Construction work on the new Cricket Stadium, to be known as the Namibia Cricket Ground, is progressing well. The new cricket stadium will be located at the corner of Netball and Lichtensteinstrasse, next to the Dr. Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium. 

Since the official ground-breaking ceremony took place on March 20th, the project continues to make progress both on and off the field. 

While the playing pitches are taking shape, there's still more work to be done to complete the other parts of the stadium.

It's a balanced squad said Richelieu Eagles captain Erasmus


The captain of the Richelieu Eagles, Gerhard Erasmus, said the team representing Namibia at the ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup is well-balanced and raring to hit the ground running.

Cricket Namibia announced their 16-man Richelieu Eagles squad for the upcoming ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup set to be held in the USA and the West Indies.

Richelieu Eagles Players Proud of Qualifying for Third ICC T20 Men's World Cup


The players of the Richelieu Eagles express their pride and privilege in securing qualification for their third ICC T20 Men's World Cup.

They are determined to make the most of this opportunity and continue to make their fans proud.

Following the conclusion of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, hosted by Namibia from November 22nd to 30th at Wanderers and United, the players are taking a well-deserved break after two weeks of intense cricket.

Namibia beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets in T20 WC Qualifier


The Richelieu Eagles started off their ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier with a seven wickets win against Zimbabwe.

Namibia won the toss and sent Zimbabwe in to bat first in their opening match of the tournament.

Zimbabwe managed to score 132 for the loss of eight in their 20 overs, thus setting Namibia 133 to win the match.

The Richelieu Eagles only needed 14.4 overs to reach their target as they registered 134 for the loss of only three wickets.

This time of year marks a busy period for us says the Chief Executive Officer of Cricket Namibia


Johan Muller, the Chief Executive Officer of Cricket Namibia, has stated that the last two months of the year will be exceptionally busy for the national cricket teams across various competitions.

Muller emphasizes the importance of creating a favorable environment for the players to focus on their upcoming tasks.

With several international tournaments on the horizon, the Namibian cricket teams have an opportunity to etch their names in the history books.

Capricorn Eagles step up preparations for World Cup Qualifiers


The Capricorn Eagles are gearing up for the 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, which will be held in Uganda in December. This tournament serves as a qualification process for the 2024 ICC Women's T20 World Cup.

The team has been diligently preparing for the upcoming qualifier, including participating in the Dubai tournament as part of their preparations. Coach Francois Van Der Merwe mentioned that training has been ongoing, with the team utilizing every available opportunity to ensure the players are in top shape.

Capricorn Group renews sponsorship agreement with Capricorn Eagles


The Capricorn Group has announced the renewal of its sponsorship agreement with Cricket Namibia for a third year, continuing its support for Namibia's national women's cricket team, the Capricorn Eagles. 

The announcement includes a cash sponsorship of N$300,000 for 2023, along with gear, equipment, and other support.