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  1. “Second to none and leading the way” Women’s Programme TuksFootball Ladies AmaTuks TuksFootball Ladies Team

  2. Tuksf.c – in brief ... Divisions in the Club • Professional: National First Division. Compete as AmaTuks • Semi Professional: Partnership with Spartak in the Castle League • 2 x Women's teams participating in the ABSA and Sasol local leagues • 6 x Amateur teams participating in the local leagues • 3 x Football Academy teams 50 Fulltime students accommodated in the HPC and attending TuksSport High School • Junior Programme consisting of 24 teams. • Internal League programme with 34 men and 20 women’s teams • 98 Coaches of which 4 are full time; 5 part time and 89 volunteers (43 student)

  3. TuksFootball – In Brief… Vision To be a pioneering and leading programme that ensures a holistic development of footballers with aspirations to be excellent performers and worthy role models for youth, club and country. Mission To facilitate the development of footballers by providing programmes and services that lead to performances at various levels of competition for students, juniors and professional players so they excel at all levels of football during their participation years, and in life after sport.

  4. TuksFootball – In Brief… Values Excellence -Technical aspects of coaching and support. Academic excellence and life skills. Role modelling on and off the field of play Integrity - Conscientious participants and support staff and volunteers Leadership - Creating a culture of learning, caring, support, discipline and unity Team work - (relating to culture) - Relationships, involvement, camaraderie, understanding collective goals and unity Enjoyment - Friendliness, openness and pride Equity and fairness - Creating equal opportunities and non-discrimination

  5. Management structure TS Soccer (Pty) Ltd Board in charge of policy and funding issues of the AmaTuks Management Committee responsible for business, legal and financial management (appointed) of the AmaTuks, Academy and Junior Programme Executive Committee responsible for operational management and coordination (elected and mostly volunteers) of the 30 teams (486 players) participating in the amateur, women & junior leagues. Student Sport Committee working with House Committee representatives responsible for 54 teams (1620 players) participating in the Internal (House) League

  6. TuksSport Sport Management Support Services Priority Sports Performance Management Client Services Athletics Finance Aquatics Specialized Individual Sports. Badminton, Canoeing, Fencing, Judo, Rowing, Wrestling Administration Football Marketing Hockey Communication Rugby Cricket SportAlumni Sport Trauma & Recovery Unit Netball Facilities Squash Projects R & I Sports Basketball, Volleyball, Aikido, Chess, Dance, Exploratio, Softball, Karate, Taekwondo Tennis Student Support Golf Gymnastics

  7. Our philosophy Sport Management Organisation Administration Performance Management Technical & Tactical Scientific support Support Services Departmental logistics Cross cutting issues

  8. An important element is the graphic identity, more specifically the font, to be used in all TuksSport communications - from apparel to memorabilia, environmental signage, corporate & club brochures, stationery etc. Co-branding must be coordinated with the TuksSport Marketing Manager, subject to approval by the Dept CC&M Our corporate identity

  9. Key areas: Sport clothing – most visible (“war cry”) Advertising boards Directional signage Naming boards Marketing material Corporate clothing Presentations Our brand

  10. Multi-purpose sport hall with 4 secondary halls for indoor sport 50m, 25m and indoor swimming pool, all heated 5 cricket ovals, Rugby stadium plus 6 fields ABSA Tuks Stadium (tartan track and football) 3 strength training and fitness gymnasiums 6 hockey fields, with astro and club house 6 netball and basketball outdoor courts Cross-country track with two routes 12 football fields 22 tennis courts (all-weather) 7 squash courts, 3 volleyball courts Sport Facilities

  11. One of South Africa’s foremost research universities Academic and sporting excellence Worldwide reputation as a centre of excellence People-orientated institution involved with its community committed to transformation World-class support facilities and personnel provide students with the best possible chance of performing The University of Pretoria: A World Class Institutions

  12. Club Structure House League 20 women’s teams & 27 men’s teams PSL “Amatuks” Women Absa & Sasol Juniors U6 – u19 (girls up to u13) Senior Men Promo, Reserves, Spartak USSA Men & Women Academy U13, u15, u19 boys 6 programs make up the football club. Our focus is on the student program

  13. Women’s program

  14. participation 1. SasolProvincialLeague Highest SAFA (South African Football Association) women’s league in the country Senior Team in the programme Open to students and non-students of UP Top players in the programme (Junior & Senior internationals)

  15. participation Other tournaments Annual Women’s Day Tournament in Mamelodi (August) Engen Knockout Challenge at Wits University, Johannesburg (September) StixMorewa Challenge in Soweto (October)

  16. Participation 2. Absa Regional League (Tshwane) Second division for women in the country Development team Open to student & non-students of UP (Tuks students and high school learners) Absa Regional League (SAFA Tshwane) Exceptional players promoted to senior team

  17. participation USSA Gauteng Football League (March – September 2012) • 12 institutions (each institution has 2 teams, a men’s team and a women’s team) • 11 provincial league matches, then semi final and final • 3 provincial slots in the national tournament • Qualification for National University Club Championships USSA Football National Club Championships (December 2012, University of the Western Cape) 32 teams – 16 men’s team & 16 women’s teams from around the country 4 groups of four teams – round robin then knock-out stages Winner declared national champion

  18. participation Gala Dinner – Award Ceremony • On the Friday after the tournament final, there is an awards dinner where the following awards are handed out in both the men and women’s sections: • Player of the tournament • Coach of the tournament • Goalkeeper of the tournament • Top goal scorer • Team Manager of the tournament • Team of the tournament • At the dinner the players selected for the national team are also acknowledged. • In 2011 Tuks received the award for “Team of the Tournament”

  19. Some achievements ..... 2007 - 2009 • First USSA Club Champs Final • Programme coordinator named Tukssport student administrator of the year (Pearl Mosoane) • Finalists at the USSA Football National Club Champs • Awarded USSA Team of the year, Coach of the year and Manager of the year. 2010 & 2011. • Qualified for the Regional Absa League play-offs, finished 2nd overall • Team Captain voted 2010 TuksSport Sportswoman of the year & nominee for SAFA female player of the year. She was also a nominee for Sportswoman of the year in the 2011 Gauteng Sports Awards • 2011 USSA Football team of the tournament

  20. National performers • Some players in the programme past and present who have played in the senior & u20 and the USSA national teams • Simphiwe “Shorty” Dludlu(conducted the 2010 world cup draw with other international sport stars) • Gloria “Gloss” Thato • Keneilwe “Maestro” Mathibela • Mukondeleli “Shakes” Mulaudzi • Lena “Jomo” Mosebo • Cindy-Leigh Meyer • Malefaso “10/10 Special” Rathebe • Vanessa “Mamabayor” Siakam - Cameroon U/20 • Nonhlanhla “Mini Cooper” Phalama • Tsholofelo “Supper” Masenya • Nomathemba “Lanka” Ntsibande • Pearl Mosoane -USSA Football Gauteng Secretary & member of SAFA Women’s • Standing-Committee • SelloMokoena.-USSA National Women’s Team Head Coach

  21. Our contribution to the national structure SAFA TuksFootball Women’s program USSA Provincial League (Gauteng) • Competitions • Zone VI Games (COSAFA) • All Africa Games • African Women’s Championships • World Cups • Olympics USSA Football Leagues & Tournaments (Provincial & National) Junior & Senior National Teams (u17, u20, Senior) Regional League (Tshwane) National Team Campus league (Students) • Competitions • CUCSA Games = Zone 6 Games • FASU Games = All Africa Games • FISU Games = Olympics Schools/Junior Program OutReach Programs u19 SAFA Academy

  22. Academics “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a life time” The system is set up in a manner that helps players through the tertiary education system. Players are required to maintain a minimum 60% average to continue playing in the programme. We also offer partial bursaries to our top performers Financial assistance for top achievers. Some Graduates since 2004 • Nomathemba “Lanka” Ntsibande, SimphiweDludlu, – B Sport Sci • Kgaugelo “JembaJemba” Mokhwazo – BSc Chemical Engineering • ZilungileMzizi – Social Work • Pearl Mosoane & MamphoMolekane – Microbiology • TshegofatsoTaukobong & Marcia Dludlu – Education

  23. Team management UP Executive Management Director of TuksSport: Kobus Van Der Walt General Manager & TuksSport Deputy Director: Dr RendaniMulaudzi Football Manager: Kenneth Neluvhalani Technical Director: Steve Barker Programme Coordinator: Pearl Mosoane USSA Team Head Coach: Sifiso Mahlangu Assistant Coach:SimphiweDludlu Team Manager: Senior team Head Coach: SelloMokoena Assistant Coach: Sifiso Mahlangu Team Manager: TsakaniHlungwani Development team Head Coach: Sifiso Mahlangu Assistant Coach: KeneilweMathibela Team Manager: JauharaVahed Goalkeeper Coach: MalefetsaneMofokeng (& also equipment manager) Marketing Officer: MmaneBoikanyo Sport Scientist: MinkiTshabalala Physio/First Aid: Simon Lebeya

  24. Marketing & Media exposure • Print Media - Perdeby (campus newspaper) , The Star (every Saturday after AmaTuesdayz), Sowetan • Club Website. (www.up.ac.za/football). • Key people in the programme such as Simphiwe Dludlu make TV & Radio appearances • USSA Gauteng Football League (AmaTuesday) website: www.gfl.leaguerepublic.comfixtures and result also on SuperSport Website in the schools section • Women’s Programme brochure • Programme Facebook page, TuksFootball Ladies Team, (over 1300 followers to date) • Significant Branding Exposure: • 40 000 Full time students + 4000 staff members • 10 000 athletes on the sports grounds weekly • 500 000+ visitors to the Sports Campus per annum • Video Clips of matches and training sessions on YouTube • - www.youtube.com/user/Tuks Football ladies

  25. SWOT Analysis

  26. “Junior program” • Conventional junior development programme • 50 – 100 girls • R3000 • train 3x a week • What then? • disadvantage – limited number & no leagues • Different for girls – league system will work better • platform for more girls to participate • participants play against peers • feeder system/structure for the women’s programme • coaching & administration also a priority • 7-a-side league

  27. League structure • The league will play over 5 weeks • A minimum of 8 teams, play round robin. If the league has more than 8 teams they will be divided into groups • On match day teams converge on one playing venue • On match day a team will play 2matches (or 3 depending on number of teams) • At the end of the league the league winners converge at to play the “Champions Cup” – 1 day tournament played by the league winners • Overall league winner

  28. League Champion Champions Cup League Winner League Winner League Winner League Winner League Winner League Winner Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Top 4 qualify for Semi Final Hamanskraal Mamelodi Eersterust Laudium Cullinan Hatfield Minimum 8 teams Minimum 8 teams Minimum 8 teams Minimum 8 teams Minimum 8 teams Minimum 8 teams

  29. “Junior program” Why 7-a-side? • allow players to have more time on the ball and they become more skillful with it, which then increases the technical proficiency of the players. • allow players to make more, less-complicated decisions during the game which is good for tactical development. • The reduced field size teaches the player to be physically efficient in the field space she is playing. • Less players on the field and in the teams allows the players to have more individual teaching time with the coach.

  30. “Junior program” Why 7-a-side? • Small sided games allow players to have more, involved playing time in the game and this helps them to solve problems that only a game presents. • Small sided games allow players more opportunity to play on both sides of the ball and this gives them more exposure to attacking and defending. There is increased 1v1 and 2v1 encounters in both attacking and defending situations. • In small sided games there are more opportunities to • score and this makes it fun and exciting for young • players.

  31. prizes • League • Team • - Floating trophy, & replica trophy for the winning school to keep • - Gold, silver and bronze medals for first second and third placed teams • Individual Awards • - Highest goal scorer - Goalkeeper of the year • - Player of the year - Team of the year • - Coach of the year - Manager of the year • Cup • Large Floating trophy, & small replica trophy (for the winner to keep) • Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for first second and third placed teams

  32. Additional activities 2013 and onwards …… • Girls football “Academy Week” • 4-day training camp at University of Pretoria • Training by women’s programme head coach • April of each year • Open to all interested players, parents and schools • Girls football festivals • Each area selects a representative team, a coach for the team and a manager • the representative teams play in a one day tournament • Tuks coach will assemble a Tuks team that will go on tour in another province. Cape Town or Durban, etc.

  33. Player pathway High level Competition & International Attachment – Play to win Mastering of individual skill/talent – Learn & train to win Introduction to competition – Learn to Play the game Introduction to the game – Learn to Love the game Player pathway from beginner to world class performance

  34. Opportunities for sponsorships • Technical Sponsorship • Playing & Training Kit • Match Balls & Training Balls • Soccer boots & Shin guards • Cones & Markers • Hurdles & Slalom Poles • Team Apparel (shorts, tracksuits, kit bags, T-shirts, etc) • Financial Sponsorships • Affiliation • Transport to matches & transport subsidies for players to come to training • Referee fees • Pre - &/or Post - match meals • Medical expenses (doctors appointments, first aid, strapping, physiotherapy, etc) • Study Bursaries • Contra Sponsorship or Donations • Transport • Groceries for players staying at the sports house • Adopt-An-Athlete

  35. Cost Consideration Sasol & Regional Leagues USSA Tournaments Bursaries Partial bursaries for deserving players at R100000 Champions Cup R100000 Annual Budget: R 473 500 R1 467 285 over 3 years (+ 10% Annual inflation)

  36. benefits for sponsors • Branding and Marketing opportunities • Strategically placed banners during student football events • - house league, house league tournaments and intervarsity • - USSA Football Gauteng Provincial games • (display material to be supplied by the sponsor) • - Sponsor Logo on apparel and on all programme documents as well as supporters club • Brand Recognition and strengthening of brand values • -direct contact with the varsity student and general youth market • -association with of the most highly rated football clubs and the largest student football programme in the country. • - Partnership profile with TuksSport, HPC and University of Pretoria. • - opportunity to increase customer base & build brand loyalty. • Provision of content for TuksFootball website & link to the sponsor’s website. (Average 5000 - 8000 hits per month.) • Right to use photos and video material from all women’s program events and activities.

  37. benefits for sponsors • Promotion of Sponsor and sponsor products/services, through on-site displays, brochures and/or giveaways. • branding of field and club house. Video clips of matches and training and other programme activities are uploaded on YouTube • VIP invitations to AmaTuks home matches as well as invitations to TuksFootball and TuksSport major events such as the annual colours awards which are ideal settings for networking. • The sponsor can use our world class facilities at minimal cost. • Outreach opportunities in local communities • Access to other teams in the club

  38. Conclusion • The proposal shows that the benefits provide a sponsorship opportunity which is unique. • The partnership has the potential to generate exceptional • enthusiasm among the students of the University of Pretoria • and the sporting fraternity • It will establish/reaffirm your brand involvement in the • broader South African sporting community and more • especially with football and women in football • The package presented is open to negotiation

  39. Program Patron/ambassador Simphiwe Dludlu • 49 caps for the senior national team (Banyana-Banyana) • 2010 TuksSport Sports Woman of the year • She was one of the sports stars honoured with conducting the 2010 world cup draw on 04 December 2009 in Cape Town • nominee for 2010 SAFA player of the year • was in the university national team (USSA) that played in the African Student Games in Uganda 2008 and the World Student Games in China 2011 • Graduated April 2012 with a degree in sport science. • Now coaches the student team which she captained as a student and mentors the young national players who come from the SAFA academy into the university system and helps them to strike a balance between their studies and their football and helps them to cope with the demands of being a national player

  40. “Second to none and leading the way” Its more than just kicking a ball, it is about family, its about values, it’s about making a meaningful difference in young women’s lives!

  41. “Second to none and leading the way” Together as a team, we achieve more! TuksFootball Ladies team slogan

  42. We believe we have the vehicle, fly with us…

  43. Thank You www.up.ac.za/footballTuksFootball Ladies Team TuksFootballLadies Kenneth Naluvhalani Sello Mokoena Tsakani Hlungwani Manager: TuksFootball Women’s Head Coach Team Manager Tel: (012) 420-6086 (082) 355-2537 Cell: (079) 970-2375 Cell: (082) 908-3376 cry.mokoena@webmail.comtsakanih@mail.com Fax: (012) 420-6095 Kenneth.neluvhalani@up.ac.za Pearl Mosoane Club Administrator Tel: (012) 420-6001 Cell: (071) 33-9828 Fax: (012) 420-6095 Fax2email: (086) 218-3648 Pearl.Mosoane@up.ac.za