In what is expected to be a massive year for the club in 2021, the JVW First team will be making their debut in the SAFA Women’s National League and the Reserve team in the SAFA Ekurhuleni Regional League, both kicking off early next year.
We are excited to announce our new Sleeve Sponsor for 2021, Supa Nova, an Electrical and Plumbing company who has made the pledge to back a Women’s football team.
Irwin Hacker, CEO of Supa Nova, an electrical and plumbing business that has over 30 years experience, said:
“I and my team are avid football supporters, and have been quietly noticing the strides that JVW FC have been making in football. We are extremely proud and pleased to be supporting the club, and would like to wish them all success win the coming season”
With many strides being made within the Women’s club, one of the top priorities is to secure financial sponsors, to assist with the day to day running of the teams, and the club as a whole.
Whilst all of our coaches are still under volunteer contracts, our aim is to professionalize the club in all aspects.
With the help of partners and sponsors this could become a reality in the near future. Women’s football is one of the fastest growing sports in the World, and with the success of the Senior Women’s National team and the Women’s Leagues in South Africa, we are hopeful that sponsors will start coming on board to enable female footballers in South Africa to have successful careers in the sport.
“It has been a tough year for many during the past Covid stricken months, so for JVW to be able to sign sponsors and partners during this time has certainly been a blessing.
It is fantastic that there are Companies showing interest in the Women’s game, and are excited to partner with brands who believe in our dreams.
Although we still have a long way to go to reach our targets for 2021, we have managed to create synergies between potential partners, and hopefully created a pathway to show investors that Women’s football deserves to be given an opportunity to shine.” – JVW Founder, Janine Van Wyk