The South Sudan U-15 team have achieved a huge shock result at the Korea Invitational Tournament to defeat Shanghai SIPG 5-4 penalties after a 0-0 draw in regular time. This was the first of two matches played to determine the final ranking for the
The South Sudan U-15 national team have played the final match of the Korea Invitational Tournament today, where they produced an improved performance yet eventually lost 2-0 to Korean club Yongin FC. The coach was optimistic despite the loss
H.E. Amb. Majok Gonduong paid a visit to the office of SSFA and held a fruitful meeting with the President of SSFA. The Ambassador seeing sports as a tool of unity that cuts across all borders, showed his commitment in supporting the sports industry of South Sudan and is willing
The President of SSFA accompanied by the Vice President Mr. Benancio Amum visited the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation; H.E. Deng Alor Kuol. They discussed on how best the Ministry can intervene through the Missions abroad. H.E. the Minister
The Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Hon. Dr. Nadia Arop Dudi met in her office with the Executives of SSFA headed by the President of SSFA. The meeting was based on the areas of mutual cooperation between the Ministry and Association. The Hon. Minister was briefed by
The SSFA President Mr. Francis Amin Micheal paid a courtesy visit to the training camp of the youngsters of the national team at Dr. Biar Sports Complex at Supiri Secondary. This training is aimed to prepare the youngsters in the upcoming Korea International Competition
After a great performance in the first leg by South Sudan, it was a tough match for the Bright Stars today in Kampala, with a 5-1 final result in their CHAN 2018 qualifier against .
While in Morocco for the CAF Symposium SSFA President Mr. Francis Amin has met with several FIFA officials including Secretary General Ms. Fatma Samoura and Chief Member Associations Officer Ms. Joyce Cook. They discussed a number of issues related to the development of football in South Sudan.
One of the youngest nations in world football, South Sudan came into existence following the partition of Sudan in 2011, at which point the new country’s football chiefs got down to the task of putting a national team together. Following an uncertain start, the South Sudanese registered their very first competitive win against Equatorial Guinea in 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations qualifying on 5 September 2015, and since then, the entire nation has been dreaming of seeing their side qualify for Africa’s showpiece event.