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Re Ba Bona Ha Grassroots Programme Extends To Serowe

SEROWE: Botswana Football Association (BFA) joined hands with the Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC) and the Debswana Diamond Company this past weekend to launch another football grassroots development centre (Re Ba Bona Ha Centre) in Serowe.
The program is targeting children between 6 to 11 years of age both boys and girls. These grassroots football programs are designed to unearth grassroots talent and inspire the next generation of young athletes and provide children from across the country with the opportunities to play football at no cost.
The program has nine centres across the country that include Francistown, Jwaneng , lobatse ,Serowe , Molepolole , Maun, Selibe Philwe and two centers in Gaborone at City polar Academy and Lekidi Football Centre.


BFA Host Official Opening Ceremony Of The CAF C –Diploma Coaching Course

The Botswana Football Association held the official opening ceremony for the CAF C–DIPLOMA COACHING COURSE today, Tuesday, September 19th, 2023, at the Lekidi Football Centre Auditorium.
The course gathered together 22 women from all over the country, including players. The 8-day course will run from September 18th to 25th, 2023.
The course is conducted by CAF Instructor – Mr. Sikalame Keatlholetswe. Present at the ceremony were the CEO of the Botswana Football Association, Mr. Mfolo E. Mfolo, and the Vice Chairman of the National Women’s Football Committee, Mr. Sello Shimane Modise.
Giving the course overview, Keatlholetswe urged participants to complete at least 120 hours as it is requirement from the Confederation of African Football.
In his address, BFA Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Mfolo commended the participants to not only earn the certificates rather also use the skills acquired to take women’s football to greater heights.
In closing, β€œHave your own dreams and goals; be inspired to achieve good and positive results. Be ready to compete with your male counterparts. You should be resilient despite all the negativities and see them as positive to improve,” said Modise

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