FIFA, SAFA and Government to host schools event

19 August 2022 – FIFA will host a three-day event for schools at the SAFA Technical Centre in the south of Johannesburg next week. The world football governing body, SAFA, the Department of Sport, Arts, Culture & Recreation and the Department of Basic...

SAFA Statement on the Elections on 25 June 2022

24 May 2022 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has directed a letter to SAFA vice-president Ria Ledwaba after she lodged a complaint to both CAF and world football governing body, FIFA on 9 May 2022. Ledwaba alleged that during the Ordinary Congress...

The role of SAMLFA as an Associate member of SAFA

As you are well aware that we (SAMLFA) are a fully recognized body and an Associate member of SAFA, have powers and full participation in all congressional matters within the mother body (SAFA). Since the Masters and Legends amalgamated to form SAMLFA in 2013, the...

SAFA on 2010 Legacy Trust

30 October 2021 – The SAFA NEC received a report on the last meeting of the 2010 Legacy Trust held in April 2021. The Legacy Trust adopted the audited Financial Statement from Ernst & Young and made the last allocation based on the funding applications. The...

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...

All football given green light by government to resume

12 October 2020 – After 6 months of Covid-19 enforced hiatus, Government has granted permission for all football activities to resume immediately. However, the Government is warning the public to stay vigilant and cautious as the pandemic is still with us. Among...