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[07/12/2021] - The NFI U16 to participate in the 2021 edition of the International Limbe Tournament

The U16 side of the Nkamanyi Football Initiative shall participate in the 18th edition of the Limbe International tournament. This tournament which started in 2003 has become an important meeting point to test talents from all over the country and some neighbouring countries. The NFI made its debut last year with 2 youth teams.

The NFI U16 team has been paired with tournament organizer Ecole de Football des Brasseries (EFBC) alongside Young Talent United of Douala and Leopard of Buea. The tournament kicks off on Monday December 13. If the NFI makes it amongst the two best teams of its zone, it shall then continue into the knock out stages of the competition which shall run from Thursday the 16th to Saturday the 18th of December. Our boys are preparred and we look forward to a great tournament. You can find our program guide here

[25/07/2021] - NFI Sky Boys play SW Region mini interpools

The A team of the Nkamanyi Football Initiative (NFI) popularly known as the NFI Sky Boys have left Kumba for Limbe where they shall play in group B of the South West Regional mini interpools.

The mini interpools is the first stage in the qualifying selection of the team which shall represent the South West region in the national interpools. 8 teams are currently vying for this position, 7 of which are from the Fako division and only the NFI Sky Boys are from Meme division.

The NFI is planned to play Tiko United on Sunday the 25th., CINYODEV of Buea on Wednesday the 28th. and LIFCA of Limbe on Sunday the 31st.

We look forward to great and interesting games. We are ready for the challenge

[23/07/2021] - NFI Kumba finishes 3rd in group a of National U15 Youth Championship

The NFI Kumba U15 team has safely returned home to Kumba after participating in the pioneer national U15 championship as representative of the South West Region. The U15 championship took place at the Kadji Sports Academy in Douala

The boys finished the competiton as third in the group. They come back with more experience.

This is how group A ended

  1. SIM'S Bafoussam - (WEST) (10 pts)
  2. APEGES Mfou , Yaounde - (CENTER) (7 pts)
  3. NFI Kumba - (SOUTH WEST) (4 pts)
  4. Sahel Maroua - (FAR NORTH) (3 pts)
  5. Emergence Ebolowa (SOUTH) (2 pts)
The other competitors in group B were
  1. EFBC Douala - (CENTER)
  2. ANAFOOT Bamenda - (NORTH WEST)
  3. ANAFOOT Bertoua - (EAST)
  4. COTTON Sport Garoua - (NORTH)
  5. Ngaoundere FC - (ADAMAWA)

[16/07/2021] - Program - National U15 Championship - NFI U15 to leave for Douala on Sunday 18th. July

The U15 team of the Nkamanyi Football Initiative who are the 2021 champion of the South West Region shall leave for Douala on Sunday July 18th. to participate in the national U15 youth championship scheduled to take place from the 18th. to the 24th of July 2021 in Douala.

The national U15 championship which is organized by the LFJC of the Cameroon Football Federation saw intense competitions at all the 10 regions of the republic of Cameroon. At the end, the champions of these regions shall meet in Douala to battle for the national championship. The following clubs shall participate in the championship... read more

[06/06/2021] - NFI U15 is SW Regional Champion

The U15 team of the Nkamanyi Football Initiative was today Sunday 06th. June 2021 crowned champions of the South West U15 regional championship.

The U15 team under the leadership of youth department head and trainer Joseph Ndoke and assistant coach Ebika Henry defeated Njalla Quan SA in game one on Saturday by 2-0 and drew 1-1 in the return leg on Sunday, all under the watchful eye of NFI Secretary General Takang Dekelly who was also present in Limbe.

Sokoudjo Bickly was crucial in day one as he opened scores at the 25th. minute dribbling past 4 players including the goalkeeper. The second goal was scored by Precious Nki at the 50th. minute.

In the second game, goalkeeper Nya Njamen stopped a penalty which could have seen NQSA with a 2 minute early lead. NQSA succeeded in ending the first half one goal up, but their dreams were dashed when Precious Nki equalized at the 53rd minute of the second half.

The NFI supervisory board was in constant contact with the management team led by president Terence on the ground following up every action. "We are very satisfied at how far we have come with the team" the initiator, was quoted as saying.

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