Bafana Bafana travel without Thibang Phete and Thabiso Kutumela

1 September 2021 – After the fourth round of testing in the Bafana Bafana camp yesterday, it was not a clean bill of health for the national team departing for Zimbabwe, to participate in the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier against Zimbabwe in Harare. While every...

COVID-19 Alert Level 4 Regulations and Amateur Football status

29 June 2021 – The South African Football Association (SAFA) has issued a circular related to the status of Amateur Football and the way forward. Here is the Circular: The announcement which was made by the State President of South Africa, Hon. Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Amateur football to start training immediately and play in March

9 February 2021 – The South African Football Association (SAFA) has given non-professional football permission to start training immediately but to strictly follow Safety and Health directives as per government regulations. While clubs can commence training with...

New MYSAFA features assist in COVID fight

10 December 2020 – MYSAFA has already become the gold standard for football player registration and verification in Africa. Now, in addition to being the only FIFA-connected football administration system in SA, MYSAFA includes features that help league...

Circular and Annexures on resumption of non-professional football

16 October 2020 – SAFA have released additional information to its members on the resumption of football amid the continuing COVID-19 global pandemic. “We hereby implore our members to continue to observe the health and safety protocols before, during and...