Great goals, big hits and super tries … SportsClub‘s JUANDRE JOUBERT takes a look at some great sporting events you can’t miss this coming weekend.
The South African U20 futsal team will represent the country when they travel to Colombia for the Futsal World Cup this month, writes DYLAN APPOLIS.
From a fan attacking Pirates’ assistant coach to the Springboks claiming a late win in Paris, we take a look at what happened in the world of sport over the weekend.
SoccerClub spoke to Lee Carter of the Gauteng Futsal Association about creating a futsal platform for South Africa’s next generation of footballers. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola says Raheem Sterling could have told the referee that a penalty was the wrong decision in their Champions League tie against Shakhtar Donetsk.
Arsenal’s mascot Gunnersaurus gave the Springboks some tips at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night.
Watch as Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas and players Mario Booysen and Willard Katsande talk to the media ahead of the Telkom Knockout clash against SuperSport United, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
The Greek capital of Athens is moving to the beat of its historic football team once again as AEK Athens bid to return to the top table of European football this season.
Croatia suffered the biggest defeat in their history as Spain thrashed them 6-0 in Tuesday’s Nations League, while Belgium beat Iceland 3-0 in their encounter.
Andre Silva stepped up and scored the decisive goal as Portugal began their Nations League campaign with a 1-0 win over Italy to take control of League A’s Group 3.