Latest Durban U19 International Football Tournament News

Ntseki names starting 11 to face Zambia

Ntseki names starting 11 to face Zambia

11 October 2020 – The South African Senior Men’s National Team Head Coach, Molefi Ntseki has named his starting line-up to face Zambia in an international friendly match this afternoon. Bafana Bafana will face Zambia at 15h00 at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg,...

We have paid most clubs and players, SAFA CFO

We have paid most clubs and players, SAFA CFO

7 May 2020 - SAFA Chief Financial Officer, Gronie Hluyo says the Association is making huge progress in processing payments for various clubs and other areas. Hluyo said so far SAFA Finance department had dispersed monies to most clubs in the ABC Motsepe League. The...

Link to SA Government Covid-19 Portal

Link to SA Government Covid-19 Portal

27 March 2020 - The South African Government has asked that all websites display a link to the official South African government's Covid-19 portal at sacoronavirus.co.za prominently on their landing page. SAFA is happy to comply. Official news, resources and...

Weekend Preview: Five exciting games to look forward to in SWNL

Weekend Preview: Five exciting games to look forward to in SWNL

30 January 2020 - The South African Football Association’s (SAFA) maiden Women’s National League has already lived up to the hype and billing that it promised upon its official launch and continues to improve with every match-day. Tshwane giants Mamelodi Sundowns and...

Kgatlana moves from China to Portugal

Kgatlana moves from China to Portugal

27 January 2020 – Banyana Banyana forward Thembi Kgatlana has become the latest South African woman to join an overseas club. Following hot on the heels of Kelso Peskin, who is now on the books ofFrench side Toulouse FC Féminines, and Linda Motlhalo who...

SA U20 miss out again on World Cup qualification

SA U20 miss out again on World Cup qualification

18 December 2021 - The search for their maiden appearance at a FIFA World Cup tournament continues for Basetsana. Their dream to be part of festivities in Costa Rica for the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup came to an abrupt end when they were held to a goalless draw...

Durban U19 International Football Tournament

The Durban U19 International Football Tournament is a unique competition initiated by the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government and the eThekwini Municipality in conjunction with the South African Football Association (SAFA).

Since its inception in 2014, the tournament sees six international teams plus a SAFA U19 squad as well as the KZN Football Academy competing against each other over a 10-day period to determine the champions of the U19 tournament.

The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four in a public draw conducted by the tournament organisers and SAFA. The top two finishers from each group advance to the semi finals of the tournament to compete for a place in the finals where the overall champions are crowned.

South Africa is the only country on the African continent to stage a competition of this nature to date.

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