Tag Archives: South Africa Women’s National Team

Spain Wins First Match; South Africa Scores First Ever World Cup Goal

22 Jun

Spain received the full three points with three late goals including 2 penalties, to save them from a shock loss to South Africa who scored their first ever World Cup goal and led for the first seventy minutes. Continue reading

Germany Win the Group

22 Jun


Germany had a resounding victory against South Africa to close out their Group stage play. Four goals allowed the Germans to exit group play as Group B Winners. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – WWC 2019 Group B – South Africa: Noko Matlou

11 Jun

Noko Matlou during the Banyana Banyana Afternoon Training on the 03 April 2019 at Princess Magogo Stadium Pic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix

Striker/Defender Noko has represented South Africa at the senior level since 2006. She currently plays for MaIndies.

2019 Women’s World Cup: Group B Preview

28 May

I’m calling this the ‘bringing the heat’ group. South Africa is coming in hot. Spain is coming in hotter. Germany is coming in with renewed heat. China is slowly rebuilding the fire. If you’re placing money on which group holds the most kindling to ignite a full-scale football combustion moment, Group B is it. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Olympics Group E – South Africa: Jermaine Seoposenwe

10 Aug

I love this picture of Jermaine – she looks so badass! The Banyana Banyana striker currently plays for Samford University in Alabama and has represented South Africa at the U17 and senior levels.

2015 WWC: Interview With Vera Pauw

1 Jul

776022_w2Keeping with the female coach theme, FIFA Weekly interview South African head coach Vera Pauw in early June. Pauw previously headed the Scottish WNT (1998-2004), Netherlands WNT (2004-2010), Russian WNT (2011-2013). She also played for the Netherlands WNT, earning 89 caps during her career.

She is the first woman to have the highest trainer degree in Dutch football. Continue reading

Edward Jackson: Give Homophobia the Red Card: Cleaning Up Women’s Soccer by 2015

30 Jun


Here’s a good article that I saw on HuffPost Canada and it gives a shout out to our buddies over at Red Card Homophobia.
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