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SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB
2014
SPONSORING PROJECT
PROPOSAL
FUNDING & TRAINING EQUIPMENT FOR THE
SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB
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SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB
Dear Business Owner,
Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to the Special XI Football C...
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Introduction
Soccer is viewed by many as a major sporting event in the world. The game of football has
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  1. 1. SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB 2014 SPONSORING PROJECT PROPOSAL FUNDING & TRAINING EQUIPMENT FOR THE SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB P O B O X 4 5 E D E N D A L E 3 2 1 7 , P I E T E R M A R I T Z B U R G
  2. 2. 2 SPECIAL XI FOOTBALL CLUB Dear Business Owner, Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to the Special XI Football Club. The Special XI Football Club is in its 85th season and will be continuing a tradition of developing skills of young boys and plans to field competitive teams that enjoy success at the highest level throughout our community. As the club begins the new season, it is fair to say that the Special XI Football Club will once again have a positive impact on the lives of the Edendale township area youth. This season we are pleading to local businesses such as yours to help in providing the necessary fundamental playing kit and training equipment for these dedicated players to be able to fully participate in the Edendale Football Association League for the coming year. The only way this objective can be met is by creating team and club sponsorship opportunities. The Special XI Soccer Club is guided by dedicated volunteers led by our chairman Mr. L.S. Vilakazi. Our sources of revenue come from donations received from generous individuals and businesses; and contributions from the club’s volunteers (coaches & chairman).These contributions unfortunately don’t fully cover the needs/fundamentals that the club is sometimes faced with or requires such as referee fees, the necessary playing and training equipment, awards and tournament entry fees. On the upside, we are not faced with transportation fees as all of our football matches take place in one or two venues throughout the entire season. These two stadia/venues are relatively close (walking distance) to the players homes/residences. In order to make this experience/dream a reality, we are appealing/pleading to businesses, family and friends to help our dreams turn into this reality by becoming a team or club sponsor. We are open to any form of sponsorship that you may be willing to provide as it would be greatly appreciated. Anyone interested in supporting the club should contact Sanele Vilakazi, the club’s liaison officer whose contact details are attached below. Sponsorship Coordinator Special XI Football Club P O Box 45, Edendale, 3217 Club Contact Number: 079 479 4490 Club E-mail:qabazi10@gmail.com
  3. 3. 3 Introduction Soccer is viewed by many as a major sporting event in the world. The game of football has resulted to skills development in many nations across the globe.Besides,sport in general and football in particular have emerged as a single unifying factor, even in the moment of political, ethical and socio-religious tension and feuds. Nations across the world have united behind this game. Football has bridged the racial divide and brought people of other nations into a union of oneness. Most youths are ready to defy some of the challenges prevailing in the world today such as unemployment and economic hardship, which has reduced them to the level of desperation. Most of them have given up hope and have buried their talents and indulge in activities such as drug abuse, gangsterism and banditry. It can therefore not be argued that idleness breeds crime and other numerous malpractices that can only lead to the destruction of individuals and their communities. In the context of Pietermaritzburg, there are numerous challenges which are still predominant in most of its townships such as Ashdown, Imbali, Sobantu, Edendale, Sweetwaters etc. This is because the desire and zeal to conquer and be number one has unfortunately not been matched with opportunities and facilities to nurture their skills and talents. It is in this context that the Special XI Football Club was formed, to transform the lives of building talents of Edendale. Goal and rationale The future of every country and its related society lies in the youthful population. Investing in youths entails building a solid foundation for future leaders by maximizing their potentials. The club gives young people a chance of making it in life through football. The founders of the club believe that young people are rough diamonds whom if well polished shall shine for the whole of humanity. The goal of the football club is to offer an opportunity for maximum development of talent in youth through training and nurturing of their talents in football. Most of the players within the team have been identified through township competitions and street playing arenas.
  4. 4. 4 Overall objectives • Creating a sustainable football club in order to develop football in this part of Pietermaritzburg • Identify sports talents in young people and giving them a chance at making a career even away from the club • Engaging young people’s physical and moral education with a view to reducing crime, drug abuse as well as the fight against HIV/AIDS • Building friendship ties with stakeholders as well as other sports oriented entities and participating in activities that promote friendship, tolerance and the fight against racism and all forms of discrimination Expected outcomes The importance of this club and its activities lies also in the anticipated outcome and the benefits would be multi-dimensional Youth beneficiaries • Junior and senior footballers are trained and equipped with basic material for re- training and career development • Training activities shall equally present and encourage the spirit of competition and especially self-challenges in all participants, whose spirit shall build strong personalities in each of them • Project beneficiaries: the Special XI Football Club, talented youth, the community of Edendale, the people of KZN and the country at large The coming together of young people from all parts of the Edendale community shall foster friendship ties and encourage national integration.
  5. 5. 5 The club: • Will succeed in giving a chance of self-esteem and discovery to young people • Taking into consideration the poverty level in townships and country, training activities offered by the club shall give a cross section of young people a chance of playing and winning. The club expects to build lasting ties with various stakeholders with whom the future of young people may be made brighter • The club is geared toward physical moral, linguistic and professional development of the youth in local football Team history The club was formed in 1969 the initial founders of the team were Ephraim Yinde Magasela and Simon Ntinga Zuma.The earliest record of players who have plied their trade for this team include Mdladla “Knox” Khumalo, Raymond Vusani Ngubane, Mpisi Zwi “A1” Ndlovu.Peter “Pack and Go” Madlala, Raymond “Vala Webafana” Cele, Thomas “Tom London” Ntuli, Roy “Nkunzembomvu” Made, Tshu “scara” Khanyile, Mdubane Mtolo and many others. The founding/directors of the club Mr A.B.C. Xaba,Baba Khanyile,Rodgers Ndodo Madlala,Mr Mathonsi,Bonginkosi Madlala,Pass Ndlovu, Chief Mhlabunzima Maphumulo,Bhayo Ngubane,Madodo Dlomo,Zero “My Hero” Khanyile,Micheal Mbhele and others.
  6. 6. 6 Team colours The original team colours were brown and gold but as time went on and with a constant lack of funding/sponsorship the team has been reduced to wearing any colour of kit that we had at our disposal or was given to the club. Past sponsorships The club was sponsored by the late Mr. Graham Volans (of Volans dry cleaners) and his family. The sponsorship deal soon ended after his untimely passing. Other past contributors to the team were the then Edendale Ward Councillor Dlamini who sponsored the club with a playing kit and some of our founding directors who did the same
  7. 7. 7 Players Some of our most outstanding and talented players who have dawned the Special XI Football Club jersey include the (in their respective positions by numbers) 1. Ephraim Yinde Magasela 2. Return “Masosha” Magasela 3. Shukela Made 4. Mzayoni Sibiya 5. Bheki Nqola 6. Pho “KK” majola 7. Mgi “Skiri” Ngubane 8. Rocky “Banana” Ford 9. Themba “Mabona Kude” Mbhatha 10. Reggie Maphanga 11. Felix Mabaso 12. Derrick Mabhamu
  8. 8. 8 League position and competitions In 1947 the club failed to gain promotion to the then NPSL (now the PSL) as they stumbled at the last hurdle losing to Sobantu Manchester (2-1) in the play offs. The club has enjoyed numerous successes in the following cup competitions • Various local association cup games • PADSA Easter Tournament • The Castle Challenge - Memorable football games the club has partaken in The club has gone toe-to-toe with some of the top football playing sides throughout the years. These sides included: • Chesterville United Brothers • Nduduma Young Tigers • Glencoe Young Tigers • Bruntville Young Tigers • Machibisa Fast XI • Georgetown Pirates
  9. 9. 9 • Maritzburg City Colts • Sanswill Swallows • Smero Bush Buffaloes • City Rebels • Carlton Athletics • Swift Swallows • Richmond Junior Aces • Sobantu Shooting Stars • Eleven Express • Ashdown Young Sweepers • Mighty Pa • Georgedale Black Aces Recent and current prolific players Wilfred “Bhelele” Mlangeni, Shoes Myaka, Sbu Ndlovu, Zero ndlela, Dubula Majozi, Mzo “Bhele” Nxumalo, Grootman “Zulelphezulu” Mncwabe and Mandla “Chistano” Malili
  10. 10. 10 The community • The club’s training activities shall reinforce the spirit of friendship and unity amongst young people who constitute a very active and consequently very volatile section of the population • The training activities shall be welcomed by the local authorities as an antidote against the growing rate of drug abuse • Even if none of the above occurs, we would have succeeded in the physical and moral education of our young people and given them enough reason to dream, which dreams they may realize some day with or without us. This is what we call success. Needs of the football club • Training material: football boots,jerseys,training kits,cones,soccer socks, shin guards,footballs,training bibs, first aid medical facilities, nets and all other sports equipment and materials • Core area of need: sponsorship/funding for playing kit and training equipment of the club. Monitoring and evaluation 1. The Special XI Football Club will identify and train those youth who are talented/not talented in football
  11. 11. 11 2. The club will help expose the trained and talented footballers into the local and international market 3. The football club will market the product of its sponsors and funding agents THANK YOU!!!!!!

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