Sasol League

About Sasol League

Established in 2009, the Sasol League is South Africa’s semi-professional women’s football league. The purpose of the league is to grow and develop women’s football in all of South Africa’s nine provinces.

Sasol, in partnership with the South African Football Association (SAFA), formed the league as a platform for female footballers to showcase their skills and to broaden the talent pool for the national women’s football teams (u/17, u/20 and Banyana Banyana)

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Team Profiles

  • Team
    North West University Vaal
  • Region
    Sedibeng
  • Home Ground
    North West Vaal Field
  • Contact Person
    Thomas Thema
  • LFA
    Emfuleni
  • Team
    Springs Home Sweepers
  • Region
    Ekurhuleni
  • Home Ground
    KwaThema Stadium
  • Contact Person
    Joseph Mkhonza
  • LFA
    Springs
  • Team
    VUT
  • Region
    Sedibeng
  • Home Ground
    Isak Steyl Stadium
  • Contact Person
    Eric Mofokeng
  • LFA
    Emfuleni

#SasolLeague 2018 Roadshow | Limpopo

The South African Football Association’s search for the next generation of women national team players continued this past weekend in Limpopo. SAFA, in close partnership with Sasol and the Department of Sport and Recreation are currently on a drive across the country to unearth talent that will represent the various women national teams as they prepare for their respective tournaments. In 2018, the Association, Sasol and the Department of Sport & Recreation have travelled to the North West, Free State, Mpumalanga and Gauteng with a technical team and scouts consisting of Thinasonke Mbuli, Sheryl Botes, Cameron Cox and Banyana Banyana…

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Diepkloof Ladies staying motivated despite lockdown restrictions

The 2020 Sasol League season remains on hold as South Africa continues to practice social distancing. With the ongoing lockdown, it is uncertain when football players will be able to compete, however Gauteng’s new Sasol League team from Diepkloof Soweto is preparing for the recommencement of football. The Diepkloof Ladies team, led by Peter Mafa ‘coach Chansa’, is one of the many Sasol League teams staying active and motivated during lockdown. “It is unfortunate that we had to stop playing as we were looking forward to our first season in the Sasol League, but we have to play our part…

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Sasol League players fighting for the ball