Register for soccer tournament

2017-02-01 06:01

Primary schools with football teams are encouraged to register for the u.12 Danone Nations Cup soccer tournament for 2017.

It is the biggest youth football competition in the world for children aged ten to 12 years. It has been staged for the past 17 years, touching the lives of over 2 million children each year.

Altogether 32 countries will participate this year.

The South African leg of the competition is organised by the South African Schools Football Association (Sasfa).

Games begin at cluster level, with the winners progressing to regional finals and culminating in the nine provincial winners playing in the national finals. The national winners will represent South Africa at the global final in America.

To register, call Themba Tshabalala at 072-588-4957 or send an email to thembatshabalala@
saschoolsfa.co.za.

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