2017 COSAFA CUP Squad;
Virgill Christo Vries (Maritzburg United, RSA), Maximillian Mbaeva (Golden Arrows, RSA), Loydt Kazapua (Tigers, NAM)
Chris Katjiukua (Highlands Park, RSA), Ferdinard Karongee (Tigers, NAM), Gebhardt Ananias (Jomo Cosmos, RSA), Larry Horaeb (Black Africa, NAM), Tiberius Lombard (Tura Magic, NAM)
Denzil Haoseb (Jomo Cosmos, RSA), Riaan !Hanamub (Pirates, NAM), Oswaldo Xamseb (Tura Magic, NAM), Dynamo Fredericks (Black Africa, NAM), Wangu Batista Gome (Bidvest Wits, RSA), Petrus Shitembi (Stellenbosch FC, RSA), Absalom Iimbondi (Mochudi Chiefs, BOTS), Benjamen Nenkavu (Tigers, NAM), Ronald Ketjijere (African Stars, NAM), Deon Hotto (Bloemfontein Celtic, RSA)
Hendrik Somaeb (Jomo Cosmos, RSA), Peter Shalulile (Highlands Park, RSA), Roger Katjiteo (Botswana Defence Force, BOTS), Ita Keimuine (Tura Magic, NAM)
* Clubs used are those on players latest known official contracts.
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