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South Africa Boys

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Boys
Thule Myeni for South Africa
10 October 2019

Good luck boys, make us pround ,bring it home??

Boys
Vinotha for South Africa
10 October 2019

Yeah so excited for all the WF Teams participating, a special big hug and wishes to the South African Delegations Go Boys and Girls!

Boys
Thabani for South Africa
10 October 2019

Phakamisa u-7!!!!! All the best BAFANA. Enjoy and play i-diski yakho oyithandayo! ⚽????

Boys
Scelo Qwabe for South Africa
09 October 2019

All the best to my young worriers…I’m so proud of you.

Boys
Sanele for South Africa
09 October 2019

I wanna wish the boys all the best to this exeralating jorney.

Boys
Vinotha for South Africa
08 October 2019

Live the Danone Nations Cup dream. Enjoy a most memorable experience as you celebrate being Proudly South African Danone representatives.

Boys
Vinotha for South Africa
08 October 2019

Live the Danone Nations Cup dream. Enjoy a most memorable experience as you celebrate being Danone South African representatives. xxx

Boys
sébastien FCEV for South Africa
24 September 2017

fier de vous les filles !!!

bravo aux filles de l’oncle Sam…

génial à vivre mêmes à des milliers de kilomètres…

bises Romane,

A très vite,

South Africa at the heart of the Danone Nations Cup

The South African boys’ team participates in the Danone Nations Cup since its creation in 2000. They have already won the World Final 3 times !
In 2010, South Africa had the honour of welcoming the World Final of the tenth edition of the Danone Nations Cup at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg.

 

South Africa and football

The first national competitions dates back to 1957. It was not until 1996 that the national team won their first championship: the Africa Cup of Nations. Football remains a popular national sport which brings many fans together.

 

Amanda Dlamini, an iconic ambassador

The ambassador of the South African team is none other than the international footballer, Amanda Dlamini. She supports the team of the young South Africans at the DNC.
Amanda Dlamini, a key player in the South African national team, has participated in several international competitions: Olympic Games, African women’s championship, etc.
Her career proves that with hard work and perseverance you can reach the highest level. Her experience is a source of inspiration for the young South Africans participating in the Danone Nations Cup.