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AGM : 18 November @ 19:00

Herewith a notification of the Annual General Meeting of the Durbanville Football Club that is scheduled for Wednesday, 18th November 2020 @ 19:00 at Klazinga Park. We invite existing and prospective new members to put forward their names for Committee Election. Durbanville Football Club welcomes a diverse membership, in age, gender, culture and ethnicity and needs persons of all skills and skill levels to help run the Club. If you have further questions or would like to put forward your name, you can email your particulars to info@durbanvillefc.co.za or contact Glen Harris at the Club on 0219764111. We need dynamic Read More

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Protocols for Management of DFC Training during COVID-19

As the club prepares for the commencement of training and more activity at the club, it is important that all members and guests understand and adhere to the Covid-19 protocols being put into place. Protocols for Management of DFC Training during COVID-19 Executive Summary Covid-19 has brought about real challenges to the way we allow members and guests to Durbanville Football Club. Gone are the days where people accessed the Club through various access points.  A completely different set of rules will apply for many months to come. ALL PERSONS CAN ACCESS THE CLUB THROUGH ONLY 2 ACCESS POINTS WHETHER Read More

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Football resumption – A message from the Chairman

A happy footballing day to all within our DFC family.  While it may have seemed to have taken forever, we have been given the green light by SAFA to resume amateur football at Durbanville. This is extremely good news for those who want to display their prowess on the field as well as for Mommies and Daddies who will be able to relax with a drink at our Pub while watching the action.   Covid-19 protocols will of course remain in place and we, the committee and our members,  need to work as a team to ensure we adhere to these.  They Read More

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A September message from the Chairman

A warm hello again to all players, coaches, parents and grandparents of the Durbanville Football Club Family. As we pass day 160 of the lockdown caused by the impact of the Coronavirus we can certainly reflect on how our lives have changed over the past 23 weeks. Fortunately, simple pleasures like going for a walk on the beach, going over to friends for a social, having family gatherings, have returned. Whilst we are all overjoyed with the easing of the restrictions, let us not be caught off guard and relax our awareness with respect to the Covid-19 precautions still needing Read More

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Training during lockdown – A message from the CTTFA

We are aware of some clubs who have taken the initiative to begin training or utilize alternative facilities to begin training. While we appreciate that this has probably taken a lot of time, energy and effort, we must also place our Association’s stance on the record given the increased queries we have been receiving. We want to reiterate the stance of CTTFA and SAFA Cape Town in that any club who contravenes the stance of SAFA National and Government’s Sport & Recreation Minister jeopardizes the entire “Back to Football” protocol and planning currently taking place between the relevant departments and Read More

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Black Lives Matter – A message from the Chairman

The recent Facebook post by a senior member of the CTTFA was not becoming of anyone within the football fraternity, let alone someone in his position. It smacks of racism which cannot be condoned. We trust appropriate steps will be taken to deal with this situation as well as to provide the necessary procedures so that future such incidents will be avoided. Durbanville Football Club is supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement and have always been aligned to an environment, both on a footballing and non-footballing platform, that is non racist. More explanatory information on the Black Lives Matter Read More

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Covid-19 and Subscriptions update

Good day to all the Durbanville Football Club Family. The softening of the lock down to Level 3 has provided some respite for many of our members as they are now able to resume activities to provide for their families. Others, in various other industries, are still prohibited from working and the toll on their ability to earn is evident. Our government’s efforts, by way of monetary assistance is admirable, but like most relief schemes does not filter to all that require assistance. This pandemic is wreaking havoc across all spheres of business not only in South Africa but across Read More

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A further Covid-19 message from our Chairman

Good day to all our Durbanville Football Club members and their families and friends. They say that time flies by when you are having fun…..the same can be said during this lockdown (not fun) period. The 8th week of lockdown looms with no definite end. The lockdown was initially almost like an annual leave period with many restrictions and the more vulnerable people in our society were the early targets. As time passes by the effects of the lockdown period are being felt by many more in the so called middle class. Salary cuts, job losses and business liquidations have Read More

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Durbanville Community Action Network – Covid-19 response

The Covid-19 pandemic is putting great stress on society given the economic impacts of the lockdown. The situation is unlikely to improve any time soon.   There are many families in great difficulty and a number of organisations have either been established or jumped into action to assist those struggling during these incredibly challenging times. One of these organisations is the Durbanville Community Action Network (CAN). A brief outline of what they do is outlined below:- Durbanville Community Action Network (CAN) is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We support the most vulnerable members of our and surrounding communities and believe, Read More