Napsa Stars adopts new logo

Napsa Stars new logo

Napsa Stars football club has adopted a new design of its football logo. A media social posting on Facebook indeed confirmed the new image was different from the previous one. It is more cleaner, easy on the eye with clear lines, and less clutter. "We have adopted a New Logo and we love it! Hope you love it too.." said the tweet. The Napsa Stars new logo retains the main color of yellow and blue. Yellow dominates while blue emphasizes the logo with an extra white. The 5 stars appearing on the logo are now not of the same size. One star stands dominant and immediately slight above it a small before a line on top reads Napsa Stars F.C.

Nkana visit Lumwana, Napsa Stars seek redemption at visiting Buildcon

Nkana will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways on Saturday when they face Lumwana Radiants away at Lumwana Grounds in one of the Week 6 matches of the FAZ Super League. And Napsa Stars shielding in new Head Coach Elijah Chikwanda will seek the first win against the struggling Buildcon who equally have never won a game. It will be Tenant Chembo second game in command having taken over after Arena was laid off and picked up a point Wednesday at Nkana after drawing with the host. And for Elijah Chikwanda this will be his first game in charge after Napsa sidelined off Linos Makwaza and his assistants. Napsa Beston vs Zeddy Based on recent performance, Kalampa is under pressure

Chitiya mususu to be rested for weeks after hamstring injury

Chitiya Mususu nursing injury

According to sources at Napsa Stars Facebook post 'Injury update' Chitiya Mususu is likely to rest for two weeks to nurse an injury. Striker Chitiya Mususu is currently nursing an injury (hamstring strain) picked up during the 2017 Barclays Cup final match played against Zanaco FC last Saturday. Just early on during the final Chitiya was brought down. Running into the seventh minute he was out replaced with Mangani. The team medical duo of Musonda Kateule(doctor) and Nimrod Musungwa (physiotherapist) says Chitiya is likely to be out for two weeks.   Midfielder Chitoshi Mukuma also picked up what the doctor termed as a Quadricep Muscle Contusion, but is likely to be available for this weekend's match. And Collins Sikombe is also still nursing his

Will Zanaco finally lift the barclays cup

Barclays cup 2017

Sensational Zanaco finally stand near to lift the barclays cup 2017. Napsa Stars have done it once in 2012 since the cup's introduction in 2007. Zanaco are yet to win the Barclays Cup but have played two finals against record holders Zesco United and lost both in 2010 and 2016 via 2-0 and 1-0 score line respectively. Is this the time for Zanaco to win Barclays? Napsa Stars and Zanaco football clubs square off in this year's Barclays Cup final slated for Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday with a kick-off marked at 15h00. Both teams head into Saturday's final with bubbling confidence after recording wins in their respective league matches on Tuesday and Wednesday. But it's Numamba's side that all odds stand

Buffaloes trumple Nkana Zesco stay ahead

Zesco United claim the top splot of Zambian Super League at week 24

Buffaloes trampled Nkana on Sunday convincingly thrashed them 3-1 during the Zambian Super League match played at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe. Mike Katiba introduced the break for the visitors and three minutes later in the 21st Friday Samu added injury to make the 2-0 lead. Walter Bwalya tried for a comeback in the 62nd but a Diamond Chikwekwe three minutes earlier had pushed the scoreline to 3.   Meanwhile Zesco continue to claim the top spot when they whacked the once top leader Napsa Stars. Napsa has lost the past four games effectively pushing them from the top spot to the 7th as at week 24. Zesco took advantage of this downfall and had  Fackson Kapumbu introduce a goal in the 37th and

Nkana denies Napsa Stars top spot

Walter featured against Napsa Stars in week 22. Napsa lost 1 nill after Ronald Kampamba scored in 54th minute

NAPSA Stars suffered a major setback when they failed to reclaim the MTN FAZ League leadership after going down 1-0 on Saturday at Nkana Stadium in Wusakile.   Napsa are winless in the previous five matches after recording Two defeats and drawing Three matches.   Nkana could have taken a lead on 6th minute when Jacob Ngulube failed to convert a John Sikaumbwe pass that went straight into the palms of Rabson Muchelenganga.   Four minutes later Jacob Ngulube set up Shadreck Musonda with a brilliant pass but his shot was blocked by alert Luka Banda.   Napsa came close to scoring in 15th when Mangani Phiri forced his was through Nkana defense but Dieugo Apanane cleared the ball away.   In 17th minute, Phiri unleashed a strong shot outside