A last-minute strike by Ji Ting snatched China a 3-2 victory over the FIFA Women’s World Stars on the eve of the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final Draw, much to the delight of the home crowd at the Wuhan Sport Center Stadium, one of the five venues which will be used for the competition […]
Referee Deidre Mitchel made history when she became the first woman to officiate a men’s Premier Soccer League match on Sunday 22 April 2007, in a tough clash between Kaizer Chiefs and Santos in Port Elizabeth.
Celebrating Human Rights Day – Wednesday 21 March – Sunrise Beach Muizenberg was the venue for the 3rd annual Khulani Beach Soccer Festival, supported this year by JAG Sport and Education Foundation – where once again Sporting Chance facilitated 310 children from Cape Town communities playing the beautiful game.
It’s the Humans Rights Day holiday in a week’s time, and Sporting Chance will be hosting the 3rd annual Khulani Beach Soccer Festival on Sunrise Beach, in Muizenberg, Cape Town.
Under impossibly contentious circumstances, the South African national women’s soccer team managed to overcome odds stacked against them, to secure a 4-2 (5-4 aggregate) victory over Equatorial Guinea.
Human Rights Day – Wednesday 21st March – Sunrise Beach Muizenberg will be the venue for the 3rd annual Khulani Beach Soccer Festival sponsored by JAG Sports and Education Foundation, where Sporting Chance will facilitate 400 participants from Cape Town communities enjoying the beautiful game.
On 18 February, Banyana Banyana lost 2-1 to Equatorial Guinea’s Women in Malabo in a stark set-back for their Women’s Olympic Football qualification ambitions.
Yesterday evening South Africa’s Banyana Banyana lost 2-1 to Equatorial Guinea’s Women in Malabo, in a set-back to their long and daunting road to qualification for the 2008 Women’s Olympic Football in Beijing.
With further concern about unfair refereeing to SA’s detriment, Banyana Banyana return from Angola having lost the first leg of their home-and away qualification process for participation in Algeria’s All Africa Games with everything to play for on the 4 February, in Pretoria.
A new-look Banyana Banyana departs South Africa this afternoon for the first leg of a home-and-away series against Angola, after the coach wielded the axe to free his team of underperforming strikers.
Senior women’s soccer team Banyana Banyana have salvaged pride and honour by placing third in the 5th African Women’s Championships, after beating Cameroon’s Lionesses 5-4 on penalties after drawing 2-2 at the final whistle last night.
Banyana Banyana play their final African Woman’s Championship encounter today at 4pm (SA local time), in the continental tournament’s third/fourth place play-offs against a physical Cameroon in a now-familiar Oleh Stadium.