Next January’s Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon have been postponed by one year and will now take place in 2022, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided on Tuesday.
A postponement of January’s Africa Cup of Nations finals could be on the cards when the Confederation of African Football (CAF) meet next week in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reigning ABSA Premiership champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, have extended the contract of head coach, Pitso Mosimane, by four years.
UEFA has postponed an Executive Committee meeting scheduled for May 27 because of some unresolved issues regarding the venues for next year’s re-scheduled Euro 2020 tournament.
The COVID-19 crisis could hit soccer’s international calendar for “two to three years” and potentially affect the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Lars-Christer Olsson, an executive committee member of European soccer’s governing body UEFA has said.
Major sports events around the world that have been hit by the coronavirus outbreak:
It was without a doubt the most exciting Nedbank Cup last 32 match this past weekend as the 10-man Bidvest Wits beat Orlando Pirates 3-2 on penalties following a six-goal thriller after extra time.
2019 will be remembered as a turning point for women’s football in South Africa, where a lot of progress was made to ensure rapid growth in the sport.
The South African Football Association (SAFA) is hoping to take advantage of the world’s football mother body, FIFA’s women’s football strategy by enhancing the commercial side of the National Women’s League.
Mamelodi Sundowns beat Stellenbosch 3-1 in a league match at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Wednesday night. Ryan Moon opened the scoring for the visitors in the first half.