Ramalepe Bags Belarusian Women’s Cup Title

Banyana Banyana defender, Lebogang Ramalepe (right draped in the South African flag), celebrates her second Belarusian Women’s Cup title victory after FC Dinamo Minsk beat city rivals, FC Minsk on Friday, 6 August 2021. Photo: Lebo Ramalepe (Instagram)

Banyana Banyana defender, Lebogang Ramalepe, celebrates her second Belarusian Women’s Cup title victory with FC Dinamo Minsk and looks forward to her debut in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. #gsportGlobal

New Financial Model for UEFA Women’s Champions League

Official UEFA Women’s Champions League trophy. Photo: UEFA website

The revamped UEFA Women’s Champions League will see the dawn of a more sustainable future for women’s football after the introduction of a new model for the 2021/22 season, which will see the world’s biggest women’s club competition redistribute €24 million to women’s football across Europe. #gsportGlobal

Letago Madiba Continues to Dominate on the European Stage

In celebration of her 29th birthday, we profile South African international footballer, Letago Madiba. She was recently crowned Turkish Kadinlar Ligi title winner with ALG Spor. Madiba gives us insight on playing in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.