The South African Football Association (SAFA) has given the National Women’s League teams the greenlight to resume training ahead of the upcoming second season.
The University of Western Cape side announced the news on their Twitter, saying:
“Finally! SAFA has given us a green light to begin with training with immediate effect in preparation for the resumption of the National Women’s League. Isn’t that good news! #UWCWomensFootball”
Finally! SAFA has given us a green light, to begin with, training with immediate effect in preparation for the resumption of the National Women's League
— UWC FOOTBALL CLUB (@UWCFootball) February 3, 2021
The news will be welcomed by all players who have been waiting patiently on the sidelines after national lockdown restrictions to reduce rise Coronavirus cases in January halted proceedings.
More details are expected to be announced by SAFA on plans going forward for the start of the new league season.
Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns will be eager to retain their title and make a mark in the inaugural Women’s CAF Champions League.
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Photo 1 Caption: University of Western Cape previously pictured in a SAFA National Women’s League match. Photo: UWC (Twitter)