Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis selects her strongest squad to face Netherlands in a friendly match in preparation for the CAF AWCON qualifiers that will kick off later this year #GoGirls
FIFA Women’s World Cup
Her contract renewed for two years, Ireland Women’s National Team Manager Vera Pauw aims to guide her side to a major final for the first time as the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers approach
Award-winning TimesLive Sport Reporter, Mahlatse Mphahlele, is playing his part to increase print coverage of women’s sport, using his extensive knowledge and experience to shine the spotlight on deserving South African sportswomen. He reflects on his journey in sport with Celine Abrahams.
South African international, Ode Fulutudilu waits to make Glasgow City FC debut as the Scottish FA confirms suspension of matches until end of January.
FIFA expands CAF’s allocation for 2023 Women’s World Cup to four direct slots, with the possibility of two additional play-off slots
Banyana Banyana’s rising star footballer, Sibulele Holweni, is well on her way to achieving her dream of earning a professional contract. She chats about winning the Golden Boot award at the 2020 COSAFA Women’s Championship.
Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis admits that never in her wildest dreams did she imagine that she would achieve all she has as player and coach in football. The 2009 gsport Hall of Famer is up for the Coach of the Year accolade at the 15th edition of the Momentum gsport Awards. The nomination […]
It is official, Banyana Banyana international star striker, Thembi Kgatlana will be playing in the Spanish LaLiga Iberdrola this season. Kgatlana took to her Twitter page to announce her new deal with SD Eibar. “It’s official that I will be joining @SDEibar in the Laliga Iberdrola for this season.” It's official that I will be […]
Banyana Banyana striker, Amanda Mthandi, is the latest player to sign an international pro contract as she joins Club Deportivo Badajoz Femenino in Spain.
FIFA’s Chief Women’s Football Officer, Sarai Bareman, reveals the plans that are currently in place to develop women’s football across the globe. She also reflects on the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France which was a game-changing moment for women’s sport.