Ensuring the World Cup leaves a
lasting legacy for South Africa
The 2010 FWC Legacy Trust has a clear mandate: to provide funding for the ongoing development of football in South Africa to ensure that the World Cup leaves a lasting legacy for the sport in the country.

The trust also provides support to non-governmental organisations that use football to bring about positive social change and offers bursaries to members of the South African football fraternity to further their studies.
over R259 million disbursed to date
The first beneficiaries of the 2010 FIFA Legacy Trust were announced in January 2013. Since then, there have been two more successful application rounds with a total of 259 million worth of funding made available so far.
R228
million
For football development including the development of youth leagues, women's football and the establishment of a SAFA Technical Centre
For NGOs that use football to bring about positive change in communities in South Africa and across the African continent.
R16.7
million
R1.7
million
For bursaries for deserving candidates to further their studies and contribute to the further development of football in South Africa.
Applying for funds
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The next round FOR APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN in the last quarter of 2016.
To find out whether you, your initiative or organisation qualifies for funding, read our funding guidelines.

The next funding round will be for bursary applications only.