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Football has the potential to become a big economic player

Tsabong Sub-District Deputy Council Secretary Mr Lentswe Lesenyegile has urged Tsabong region leadership to work together to allow footballers from Tsabong to realise their dream of one day playing in the Premiership.

He asked participants of the Project Time for Change to ensure they use the lessons of the workshop to improve the administrative framework of the Regional Football Association.

“Football has the potential to become a big economic player but efforts from the BFA head office will not be enough alone. Regional structures need to contribute to help move the game forward, ”  said Lesenyegile.

The workshop in Tsabong will come to an end on Friday 21st June 2019.


Under-17 arrive in Mauritius

The National Under-17 women’s team arrived in Mauritius this Evening.

The team is in Mauritius for the 2019 COSAFA Under-17 tournament set to start on the 20th-28th September 2019. Botswana is in Group B along with Seychelles, Madagascar and South Africa. Botswana kick off their tournament with a fixture against Madagascar on the 21st September 2019.

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