Looking back over the last seasons, we see that we have been blessed beyond measure.

League 2018

So, the season ended with BCFC ending in the top 4. 2018 being the first year in a very competitive league that included clubs that has been playing Woman Football for 6 to 8 years achieving position 4 in this league was a great feat. 2019 was going to have to be an improvement, but we never expected it to be such a great one…


 League 2019

Ending 2nd in Division 1 of the RCLFA DSL League was not only an achievement that all players and coaches could be very proud of and could build on, but one that very few clubs in their second year of completion achieve. In fact, BCFC had a chance of ending the season on top of the league table, if it wasn’t for certain results that went the way of the opposition without kicking a ball.

2020 was to be the year that was the acid test, as this season would put all uncertainty beyond any doubt! This was not to be. 2021 could be THAT year?

2018 saw BCFC create the foundation for the start of their journey in the competitive arena as a team and also as a club. A pattern was created that have become the yearly program for BCFC and have set a standard that we aim to improve on annually:

  • New Kit Handover Ceremony
  • Pre-Season Tournament (Hosts – March)
  • 5-a-side Charity Event (support)
  • 7-a-side Tournaments (participants)
  • Mid/End Season Tour
  • Woman’s Month Tournament (Co-Host, Bosmont Football Association)
  • End of Season 7-a-side Tournament (Hosts – November)
  • Year End & Prize Giving Function
  • Christmas Cheer at various homes and institutions (Ladies Old Age Home, Children’s Home)

So, 2018 and 2019 saw BCFC inaugural pre-season and end of year tournaments take place and run very successfully. Both Kit handover ceremonies were held at venues becoming the handover of kit to very special ladies – Randpark Country Club and Eagle Canyon and the year end functions were held at a very prestigious venue called Venue@185 on Beyers Naude Drive, Roodepoort. The ladies at Caro Ladies Retirement Home were the recipients of BCFC Festive cheer in 2018.

The Ladies League Knock Out Cup was an exciting competition in 2018 as well as in 2019. BCFC reached Semi-Final stages both years but never got past this stage of the competition.

The highlight of the 2018 season was the Champs of Champs Competition that BCFC managed to win and were crowned the 2018 Champion of Champions.

The players also excelled individually were BCFC had 2 players selected for u17 National Trial Camp with one making it to the Mini Olympic Team. The mini Olympics were held in Italy in July 2019.

2 Players also completed their SAFA D Football Coaching License. BCFC is committed to growing female football coaches and have embarked on registering 2 players annually on a coaching course (availability of courses held by SAFA).





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