14 April 2018 – 2017 COSAFA U-20 Champions, Amajita will begin their 2018 calendar this coming weekend when they go into their first camp of the year, ahead of what promises to be a busy year for the regional champions.

The Burger King-sponsored South African Men’s under-20 National Team, will be in camp between 15 and 25 April 2018, where they will begin their preparations for the upcoming 2019 CAF Africa U-20 Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Amajita are scheduled begin their qualifiers on 11 May 2018 in the second round when they will play the winners between Mozambique and Seychelles.

The 2019 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations will be hosted by Niger from 24 February – 10 March 2019.

Amajita had a prosperous 2017 season where they came fourth in the Africa U-20 Cup of Nations, qualified for the 2017 FIFA World Cup in Korea, won the COSAFA U-20 Championship, while most of the players debuted for the club’s senior teams and are now regulars in their respective starting line ups.

Head Thabo Senong will have his hands full from this weekend as he tries to emulate these successes with a brand new squad. He has called up 32 players for this training camp.

32 men squad:


1. Khulekani KUBHEKA Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
2. Kopano THUNTSANE Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
3. Giovanni IDI University of Pretoria FC (SA)
4. Thabo MALOISANE Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
5. Kiyam BULL Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
6. Givemore KHUPE Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
7. Tylo MILLER Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
8. Thabo MOKOENA Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
9. Bradley CROSS Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
10. Malebogo MODISE Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
11. Lethabo MAZIBUKO Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
12. Azola NTSABO Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
13. Keith GROENEVELD Standard Liege (BELGIUM)
14. Dean SOLOMONS Ajax Amsterdam (NETHERLANDS)
15. Goodman MOSELE Baroka FC (SA)
16. Njabulo BLOM Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
17. Luke LE ROUX SuperSport United FC (SA)
18. Nkosingiphile NGCOBO Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
19. Tashriq MATTHEWS Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
20. Zakiier ALLIE Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
21. Jaqueel DE JAGER Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
22. Jesse DONN Ubuntu FC (SA)
23. Sphephelo SITHOLE Sporting Lisbon (PORTUGAL)
24. Siphesihle MDLALOSE Southhamton FC (ENGLAND)
25. Mondli DLADLA Umvothi FC (SA)
26. Kobamelo KODISANG Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
27. Nkosikhona DUBE Golden Arrows FC (SA)
28. Shungu DUTIRO Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
29. Lyle FOSTER Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
30. Dylan STOFFELS SuperSport United FC (SA)
31. Thabiso MONYANE Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
32. Tyrique BARTLET Newcastle FC (ENGLAND)