Durban Ladies F.C.

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Durban Ladies
Full name Durban Ladies Football Club
Founded 1990
League Sasol National Women's Championships

Durban Ladies is a South African women's association football club.

This club founded by Mary-Jane Sokhela in 1990. The club was founded under the name of Umlazi Fast Eagles. In 1997 was sponsored by Spar and AmaZulu and later changed the clubs name to Spar AmaZulu Ladies FC. In 1999, it was changed again to Durban Ladies FC.

The club has seen success over the years, most recently winning the 2011/12 SASOL League KZN Stream (or something of this nature, it is currently unclear).[1]

Durban Ladies player, Zamandosi Cele represented the country at the 2012 London Olympics.[2]


  1. ^ " - South African Football Association". Retrieved 2018-06-05.
  2. ^ "Zamandosi Cele :: Zamandosi Cele ::". Retrieved 2018-06-05.