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SAFA structures, competitions & leagues gearing up for 2021

SAFA structures, competitions & leagues gearing up for 2021

15 December 2020 – The South African Football Association (SAFA), following a long unity process to address injustices of the past, was incorporated on 23 March 1991. The body developed a solid structure within South African football and the process is ongoing and...

WC Sasol League’s Vasco da Gama looking ahead to 2021

WC Sasol League’s Vasco da Gama looking ahead to 2021

23 September 2020 - SAFA's popular Sasol Women’s League, like other leagues, was sadly suspended in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In past years the Western Cape edition has produced some of the most iconic teams n the country, none more so than the feared Vasco...

SAFA Sasol Women’s League

The Sasol Women’s League is South Africa’s premier women’s football league which was formed in 2009 when Sasol and SAFA went into partnership in support of women’s football. The league comprises of 144 teams which compete within the nine provinces, with over 2800 female players competing on a regular basis.

This allows the Banyana Banyana technical team to scout and select the best players for the country’s various national teams and gives recognition to the ever-growing spectacle of women’s football.

The Sasol League has and continues to afford many female footballers with an opportunity to participate in regular competitive football throughout the year.

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