A REMARKABLE 2019

It was a pivotal year for JVW, with multiple awards and a number of outstanding achievements, and one that we can look back on for years to come and be proud of all our hard work, commitment and determination to be the best.

One of our stand out achievements was the SASOL League Title won by the First team in a week long Playoff Championship held at Tsakane Stadium in Gauteng, which saw the team gain promotion into the 2020 SAFA National Women’s League.

Reliving some of our 2019 Achievements…. πŸŒŸ

  • Dana Cup Participation
  • Senior team ELFA Winter League Winners
  • Junior team ELFA Winter League Cup Winners
  • Ekurhuleni Club of the Year
  • ELFA Representation 
  • RCLFA Representation
  • SAFA Ekurhuleni Representation
  • SAFA Johannesburg Representation
  • SAFA Gauteng Representation
  • Junior National Team Call ups and Debuts
    • (Jade Leask, Jessica Wade, Isabella Ludwig, Sarah Walker, Olivia Hardie)
  • Janine van Wyk and Mamello Makhabane participated in the FIFA Women’s World Cup
  • Jessica Wade named Captain of U17 Women’s National Team and wins Cosafa Cup Player of the Tournament
  • Banyana Banyana Players Andile Dlamini (Randburg FC), Kaylin Swart (Randburg FC) and Nompumelelo Nyandeni (JVW FC) are appointed Coaches
  • JVW announce Caster Semenya is joining the club
  • Launch of JVW-ESCA Girls Football Program
  • Taylor Berkovic named Captain of SAFA Gauteng team and wins U17 Interprovincial Champs Player of the Tournament
  • Aliyaah Allie wins VW Masters Player of Tournament
  • Rosalie James wins VW Masters Goalkeeper of the tournament
  • Yolula Tsawe wins Sasol League Goalkeeper of the National Champs
  • Ciara Picco wins Coach of the National Champs
  • JVW crowned Sasol League National CHAMPIONS and are promoted to the SAFA National Women’s League