By Andrew I’ve felt compelled to write a short message to share my genuine appreciation and thanks for the nice people at Daily Record and their kind readers. Two months ago I learned of the Kits for Kids campaign that the Daily Record were running.Read More
Africa on the Ball is pleased to announce it’s been approved to join the Daily Record’s Kits for Kids token collection. The effort is usually restricted to Scottish youth teams, however our very own project in Africa has been given dispensation!Read More
Kalingalinga’s Africa On The Ball, has embarked on an initiative that will help the football team to develop to another level. More than a football but a community determined to see better change the community use the power of sport to enhance developing among the youths of Kalingalinga and surrounding areas.Read More
We’re delighted to announce our 6-a-side Football Tournament at the University of Stirling reached over £500 for the project. The event was well attended despite the freezing conditions! Thank you to all that turned up and congratulations to ‘2nd to None’ on winning who were worthy winners.Read More
As we look to develop our work in Zambia in the community of Kalingalinga in 2013, we’re delighted to announce we’ve joined the Sandlanders network. Sandlanders Football is a network of community owned African football clubs and through sandlanders.com international football fans can become associate members of our co-operative clubs.Read More
Help Africa on the Ball Help Africa on the Ball raise funds for their project in Zambia by competing in their Sport Prediction league! The rules are very simply, enter our league by registering at ourclubfundraiser.com and supporting ‘Africa on the Ball’.Read More
Elena and I touched down in Lusaka off the back of a 18 hour journey via Dubai made slightly better by an unexpected upgrade to Business Class from UAE to Zambia. After the usual interrogation by forever suspicious Zambia passport control, we collected our 40 kilos of sport equipment and stationary and were greeted byRead More
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