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Coaching Courses

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.

Please contact your Regional Association for more details on D and C License courses.

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Drugs in Sport

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You come off the pitch and see this person wearing the white bib with the green cross on which says "doping control" waiting for you.

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FIFA's Disciplinary Code

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From doping to corruption, arbitration to racism, stadium bans to ineligibilty, FIFA's Disciplinary Code (FDC) details the code of conduct of football's world governing body.

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