Namibia's U20 will hold a two-week training camp in Ghana to prepare for the 2017 Cosafa Under U20 championship in Zambia.
The Young Warriors will be based at their traditional base, the Lizzy Sports Complex in Accra and are expected back home on 2 December
They will then travel to Kitwe, Zambia on 4 December.
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) through the Ministry of Youth and Sport decided to send the boys to Ghana for an intensive training camp under the tutelage of head coach Gerhard Gunter alongside his assistant Paul Malembu and team manager Herman Lawal Naobeb.
''Namibia and Ghana have a partnership in football development tracing back to 2012 when the Ghana Chan team came here to train and that deal has been extended to other teams such as the women and the youth teams,'' Director of Sports Shivute Katamba said.
The 2017 Cosafa U20 Championship will run from 6 to 16 December.