SAFA President Dr Danny Jordaan told delegates at the 26th SAFA Annual Congress that took place at Emperors Palace on the East Rand on Saturday, 10 December 2016 that SAFA’s Vision 2022 aims to see the Association being number one in Administration, Finance and in the Field of Play.
We gather at this Annual Congress of the South African Football Association in 2016, in a year in the history of our country that presents a series of serious challenges, progress and opportunities. We learn from the wisdom of William Shakespeare in Julius Caesar:
SAFA has currently a Coaching Education System in place with 5 different levels:
SAFA D License (Grassroots) -5 days
CAF/SAFA C License (Introductory) -10 days
CAF/SAFA B License (Level 1)-20 days
CAF/SAFA A License (Level 2) -; 30 days
Professional License (Level 3) - 70 days
In general SAFA publicise all B License or higher courses on our website. D & C License courses are usually organised by the Regional FA's, sometimes in co-operation with municipalities, etc. SAFA only facilitate and supervise these courses as necessary.