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Former Banyana Banyana player and football analyst Shilene Booysen continues her storied African journey after it was announced that she would be joining Egyptian Women’s Premier League team, Wadi Degla FC
The National Women’s Soccer League announces investment group Sixth Street Partners has been awarded expansion rights to add a new team to the Northern California Region.
15-year-old midfielder Chloe Ricketts makes history becoming the youngest contracted NWSL player, after signing a three-year contract with Washington Spirit.
Vera Pauw and Jean Sseninde lead tributes as world football reacts to South Africa’s Shilene Booysen’s appointment as South Sudan women’s football coach.
Banyana Banyana captain, Janine van Wyk, shares her excitement on social media after becoming the latest South African footballer to sign an international contract with Glasgow City FC.
The Houston Dash and Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana not only clinched the CAF Female African Footballer of the Year award and the 2018 CAF Goal of the Year awards, but this achievement will also revive the hopes of other upcoming female footballers looking to triumph on Africa’s biggest stage.
Banyana Banyana goalkeeper Roxanne Barker is excited to be playing in the American Women’s Soccer League where she will play for Portland Thorns FC. Barker was previously based at the Pepperdine University in California and has been the first choice goalkeeper for the Waves of Pepperdine University.