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2013 ENGEN KNOCKOUT CHALLENGE KICKS OFF WITH GREAT CELEBRATION

2013 marks a milestone year for Engen, as they celebrate 10 years of supporting

youth football. After a decade, the tournament has entrenched its position as one of

the country’s premier platforms for spotting promising football talent and plays a

major role in the development of young players in South Africa.

This year’s Engen Knockout Challenge will see eighty teams, who have all come

through tough qualifying programmes, do battle in five regional tournaments for the

honour of being crowned Engen Knockout Challenge Champions for 2013.

This year the tournament will take place on the following dates:

Durban: 21 – 23 June, 2013

Host Club: Amazulu FC,

Venue: Highbury & Pegasus Sport Complex

Johannesburg: 28 – 30 June, 2013

Host Club – University of Witwatersrand,

Venue: Marks Park Emmerentia

 Bloemfontein: 5 – 7 July, 2013

Host Club – Greys College High school

Venue: Grey College sports grounds

 

Port Elizabeth: 12 – 14 July, 2013

Host Club – Glenville Celtic AFC,

Venue: Gelvandale Sports Complex

Cape Town: 16 – 18 August, 2013

Host Club – Santos FC,

Venue: William Herbert Sports Complex

 

The Knockout Challenge tournaments have selected Tournament Ambassadors in the five

regions, namely; Durban – Taphuwa Kapini, Johannesburg – Asive Langwe, Bloemfontein

– Lyle Lakay, Port Elizabeth – Frank Schoeman and Cape Town – Mason October, some of

which have played in the tournament in previous years and who have all gone onto

greater heights within football in the country.

 

In celebration of Engen’s 10th Anniversary of the Engen Knockout Challenge, one

player per region will be selected on the final day of the tournament to take part

in a three day dedicated high performance programme at the High Performance Centre

in Pretoria. During their stay there, they will experience what it is like to live

the life of a professional footballer.

The programme, scheduled from the 23 – 25 September, will include activities such as

Sport Science Training, Technical sessions, bleep tests, psychology talks and many

other activities that will be beneficial to their growth as footballers.

 

In addition to the football activity on the field, all regional tournaments will

also have a range of exciting activities over the weekend and which include a “10

Best Seats” competition where the best supporters over the weekend will get a chance

to sit in the “best seats” on the final day of the tournament. There will also be

designated family areas for kids to join in on the festivities.

This year’s 10th anniversary celebrations promise excitement and fun, on and off the

field and Engen looks forward to welcoming all to yet another year of quality Youth

Football.

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