Latest SAFA SAB Men’s U21 League News

SAB League action to resume in FS Lejwaleputswa region

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MYSAFA slowly but surely revolutionizing South African football

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President of SAFA Phoenix region impressed with MYSAFA system

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“We want to win a World Cup”

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Umgungundlovu SAB club looking to move up the ladder fast

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President of SAFA Phoenix region impressed with MYSAFA system

18 December 2018 - By now most local football fans and perhaps coaches and players, would have become familiar with the new software that is being implemented nationwide by the South African Football Association (SAFA) - MYSAFA. For those who may still be in the dark,...

“We want to win a World Cup”

6 December 2018 - This is the final part of a 5-part introductory series into MYSAFA that explores how it is enhancing amateur football in South Africa. We also examined some of the insights and trends in football development and the ABC Motsepe League, the SAB League...

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SAFA SAB Men’s U21 League

The SAB League season begins each year in September and runs until the end of the season when the National Championships are played. More than 1000 local football clubs, comprising a total of more than 26 000 players participate in the league on a weekly basis.

The countrywide competitions lead to the Provincial Play-offs held towards the end of each season. This eventually results in a total of 18 teams broken into two teams per province, promoted to the SAFA Second Division.

As a culmination of the SAB League season, provincial squads are selected across all nine provinces plus an invitational team from the University Sports South Africa (USSA) to compete in the National Championships. The 10 teams are pitted against each other in a public draw that is conducted by SAFA and competition sponsors, SAB.

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MYSAFA SAB League Fixtures, Results and Logs

SAB League | SAFA Amajuba (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA Amajuba (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA Amajuba (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: C

SAB League | SAFA Harry Gwala (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA Harry Gwala (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA King Cetshwayo (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA King Cetshwayo (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA King Cetshwayo (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: C

SAB League | SAFA King Cetshwayo (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: D

SAB League | SAFA Ugu (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: North

SAB League | SAFA Ugu (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: South

SAB League | SAFA Umgungundlovu (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA Umgungundlovu (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA Umgungundlovu (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: C

SAB League | SAFA Umkhanyakude (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: Far North A

SAB League | SAFA Umzinyathi (KwaZulu Natal)

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: C

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: D

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: E

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: F1

SAB League | SAFA Uthukela (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: F2

SAB League | SAFA Zululand (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: A

SAB League | SAFA Zululand (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: B

SAB League | SAFA Zululand (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: C

SAB League | SAFA Zululand (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: D

SAB League | SAFA Zululand (KwaZulu Natal) Stream: E

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