While Banyana Banyana host the opener in a vital Home-and-Away knock-out Olympic qualifier against Zimbabwe in Pretoria on Sunday, six SAFA Boland Women’s Super League fixtures also kick off at 3pm.
It was another superb ending of a great season for Banyana Banyana striker Belinda Nkosi, at the Vodacom Play-Offs in QwaQwa this past weekend.
The national women’s soccer team Banyana Banyana gathers today for a week-long camp at Eastgate Garden Court, in preparations for their next 2008 Olympic qualifier, against Zimbabwe in Pretoria on Sunday.
Might Five Star and Maties I were the big-score winners on Sunday, as the SAFA Boland Women’s Super League got under way at the Cloetesville Stadium in Stellenbosch, after bad weather forced a two-week delay.
Palace Super Falcons Ladies are the new national women’s league champions, after their 2-nil win over Durban Ladies in the final of the Vodacom Promotion Playoffs, in Qwa Qwa yesterday.
South Africa will have a new national women’s league champion later today, when Durban Ladies and Palace Super Falcons Ladies clash in the final of the Vodacom Promotion Playoffs in Qwa Qwa.
The SAFA Boland Super League, which has recently formed since the splitting of SAFA Western Cape into SAFA Cape Town and SAFA Boland, is about to begin its season, after being delayed following inclement weather.
The Vodacom Promotion Playoffs end tomorrow in Qwa Qwa, and all indications are that the women’s final will be contested by Durban Ladies and Palace Super Falcons Ladies.
Soccer fans in Qwa Qwa have been enjoying the luxury of some top class action right on their door step, with the Vodacom Promotion Playoffs which started on Monday.
National women’s soccer coach, Augustine Makalakalane says there is room for improvement in the women’s game in South Africa, especially when it comes to skills.
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.