Here is a video from Sky News that shows the effects of the World cup on football in South Africa
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The Coaches to Continents Programme will be offered (free of charge) at the African Brothers Football Academy! Although the current dates are 21st - 25th October), bookings are welcome.
The programme includes training sessions with the coaches.
All are welcome including; outside groups / NGOs / Parents / Teachers / ...
We had the opportunity to get some fantastic local exposure thanks to Expresso.
20 teams needed enter now!
Tournament Sunday May 20th
African Brothers Football Academy (ABFA) Invites you to participate in our fund raising eveng in honour of Mihlali Morris a treasured member of ABFA.
Mihlali has endured a double kidney transplant ...
ABFA end of the season 2012 prize giving with special guest presenter Richard Gough. Richard Gough was a regular member of the Scottish international team, he has played for his country 33 times, seven of them in his first season with Spurs. He was born in Stockholm but brought up in Johannesburg.
On Wednesday the 12th of December 70 kids had a great time playing soccer with the Woodstock police department at the African Brothers Football Academy. First the ABFA coaches gave the kids special training exercises and afterwards a 5-A-Side tournament capped the day off perfectly.
After the tournament the kids ...
Dear Friends, family, football supporters and voters!
The African Brothers Football Academy (ABFA) would like to thank you for all your support over the last few years! Your participation, use of our facilities and attendance at our events has allowed our organization to provide a platform where people can enjoy a game ...
Thank you to all the people who helped make the Masicgine Children's Home Benefit an outstanding success!
To all the support and staff.
The referees and caterers.
Naturally the teams and sponsors.
And certainly not least our fantastic spectators!
African Brother Football Academy together with Masigcine Children´s Home will be hosting a 5 vs 5 Tournament on the 10th of November 2012 to raise funds for 20 HIV AIDS orphans.
The funds generated from this event will ensure these children have a memorable and special Christmas.
We cordially invite you to ...