Inqaku and MYSAFA kit giveaway building momentum

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Siphosethu Niyabo, Xolisa Baartman and Dlulangaye Zama (l to r) of the SAFA Sarah Baartman Men’s Regional League Champions, United Brothers FC from Sunday’s River LFA in the Eastern Cape.
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Siphosethu Niyabo, Xolisa Baartman and Dlulangaye Zama (l to r) of the SAFA Sarah Baartman Men’s Regional League Champions, United Brothers FC from Sunday’s River LFA in the Eastern Cape. Photo: Supplied

In a move set to galvanise South African grassroots football, Inqaku is sponsoring 200 MYSAFA-registered football teams across South Africa with free kit.

With over half of the customized 15-player kits still up for grabs, clubs across Mzansi are encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity to obtain premium-quality, sponsored kit.

So far a number of clubs from various LFAs around the country have received the kit. 

Clubs can choose from 20 style & colour combinations, while supplies last.

“Let us face it, we (amateur clubs) are used to disappointment as we have been promised stuff which never materialised. But in Inqaku we have a trusted friend, and we are one of the recipients of the sponsored kit,’’ said Siyabulela Melani, Club Secretary at XI Masters FC in Ndlambe LFA in the Eastern Cape.His excitement was shared by Sifiso Chonco, owner of Blue Army FC, affiliated at Thokoza LFA in Gauteng.

“After we wore our Inqaku kit for the first time, I was getting calls the whole weekend from other teams wanting to know how they can also get the kit,’’ said Chonco.

Inqaku is a licensed FSP and SAFA’s partner for the development and support of MYSAFA — South Africa’s only FIFA-integrated football player registration platform. 

Inqaku COO, Jason Anderson said MYSAFA project was an ambitious programme whose ultimate goal is to make South African football more competitive on the international stage.

“Our aim is to see South Africa and Africa do well in major international competitions and ultimately win a FIFA World Cup,’’ said Anderson. “To achieve that, our players must be prepared from grassroots level. We must find ways to drive money to clubs campaigning at the local and regional level. That is where our FIFA World Cup-winning side will come from and that’s where our focus lies.”

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