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Bastiaanse Secondary School are the new COPA Coca-Cola® Western Cape Provincial Champions.   Bastiaanse won the Western Cape Provincial Finals of the 2017 edition of the COPA Coca-Cola U15 Football Tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), at the Robinvale Sports Ground in Atlantis, Cape Town, after beating Robinvale High School 2-0 in the final this past Saturday.   Now in its third year, the campaign’s Which Part Will You Play initiative will see ambassador Simba Marumo, together with a panel of football experts, visit all nine Provinces in search of players that…
Charles Morgan won the first Provincial Finals of the 2017 edition of the COPA Coca-Cola U15 Football Tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at the Wolfson stadium in the KwaZakhele township in Nelson Mandela Bay, after beating Nomandi Junior Secondary School on penalties in the final.   Now in its third year, the campaign’s Which Part Will You Play initiative will see ambassador Simba Marumo, together with a panel of football experts, visit all nine Provinces in search of players that embody and represent the dynamic and unique roles needed to…
Following a successful partnership in 2016, Coca-Cola South Africa has confirmed that former Bafana Bafana, Mamelodi Sundowns and Platinum Stars striker, Hareaipha ‘Simba’ Marumo, will return to lead the COPA Coca-Cola ‘Which Part Will You Play’ All-Star selection panel. The Provincial Finals, which are set to take place from 3 June to 9 September 2017, will see teams battle it out for a chance to represent their province at the National Finals come October.    Marumo, who also took on the role of the coach, led the 2016 Which Part Will You Play All-Star team to a clinical 2-0 victory…
This weekend kicks off the first of a series of the regional eliminations in the prestigious Copa Coca – Cola under 15 tournament under the aegis of the SA Schools Football Association. First in line to draw blood and sweat is the four regions of the Eastern Cape where a total of 54 schools will be battling out for the 4 slots during the provincial finals.   The Nelson Mandela Bay games take place at Galvendale Stadium will see the likes of the regional defending champs Ndzondelelo being under pressure to perform miracles if they hope to emulate the success…
Young footballers from across the country are gearing up for the COPA Coca-Cola® National Finals taking place from the 23–25 September 2016 in Bloemfontein. The tournament, which will be held at Tempe Stadium, will be the ultimate showcase of young footballing talent.  A total of 9 teams from around the country have won the right to represent their province and play it out to be crowned the official 2016 COPA Coca-Cola® Champions.   In addition to the battle to be named national champions, 2016 tournament Ambassador Simba Marumo, along with his team of scouts, were tasked with putting together a…
 Kwazulu-Natal based JG Zuma Secondary School were crowned the 2016 COPA Coca-Cola National Champions following a nail biting and entertaining final match against St Marks High School from Mpumalanga at Tempe Sports Grounds.   JG Zuma won 2-0 against St Marks High School, with brilliant goals scored by Sanele Ngubane and Senzekile Njapha who ensured that their school makes it into the COPA Coca-Cola history books by winning the National title for the first time. Outstanding effort was also showcased by their opponents who created many opportunities at trying to find the back of the net. Although the team did…
Elukwatini Stadium, St Marks High School from Nelspruit are the new COPA Coca-Cola® Mpumalanga champions.   The school won the provincial finals tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at Elukwatini Stadium after taking on their opponents in the round robin style tournament.   COPA Coca-Cola® is a global football development initiative that gives millions of young football fans the opportunity to come together and celebrate their passion for football.   As part and parcel of this initiative, the Which Part Will You Play search is once again on, with Coca-Cola looking…
 Hoerskool Noordeland, Haggai Independent Private School from Thohoyandou are the new COPA Coca-Cola® Limpopo champions.   The school won the provincial finals tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at the Hoerskool Noordeland sports grounds after winning the tournament through a points system that saw them standing head and shoulders above the other participating teams.   COPA Coca-Cola® is a global football development initiative that gives millions of young football fans the opportunity to come together and celebrate their passion for football.   As part and parcel of this initiative, the Which…
Louis Botha High School Sports Grounds, HTS Louis Botha from Bloemfontein are the new COPA Coca-Cola® Free State champions. The school won the provincial finals tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at the Louis Botha High School Sports Grounds after beating Bongani-Lebohang High School by a score line of 2 - 0 in the final.   COPA Coca-Cola® is a global football development initiative that gives millions of young football fans the opportunity to come together and celebrate their passion for football.   As part and parcel of this initiative, the Which…
Post Saturday 20 August the face of football development in Kwa Zulu Natal will never be the same as the magic of Copa Coca Cola touches down in Cator Manor Sports Grounds where the best schools teams in the under 15 age group battle it out for one spot in the national finals.   “It is not about the games only, it is about creating opportunities for these youngsters to cut themselves a place in the world of football whilst pursuing education as the number priority” said Mandla ‘Shoes’ Mazibuko President of the SA Schools Football Association.   The teams…
Are-Fadimeheng Secondary School from Dr Kenneth Kauda District are the new COPA Coca-Cola® North West champions. The school won the provincial finals tournament hosted by Coca-Cola, in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at Montshiwa Stadium after beating Rustenburg Educational College in the final.   COPA Coca-Cola® is a global football development initiative that gives millions of young football fans the opportunity to come together and celebrate their passion for football.   As part and parcel of this initiative, the Which Part Will You Play search is once again on, with Coca-Cola looking out for exceptional young…
The Gauteng leg of the Copa Coca-Cola Football was a small haven for future stars in the making as the attendees attested to a high pedigree of football that was dished out at the popular George Thabe Stadium this past Saturday.   Old rivalry was resurrected when a Tshwane derby was played as the final of the SASFA run Copa Coca – Cola when Rosina Sedibane clashed with the Sundown’s backed Clapham High School. The two have met many times in the last 3 years battling it out in all the trophies on offer. Yes the final was a marvel…
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