More than 70 football coaches are in Juba for training for professional licenses, clearing them to officiate in regional matches.
The National Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sports has received a donation of sports materials donated by South Korean children through Hope for the Future Foundation, Korea.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has urged the country to bounce back after its devastating 7-1 World Cup defeat against Germany.
South Sudan’s national football team, Bright Star, leaves Juba today for Maputo, where it will participate in its first ever African Cup of Nations (AFCON) competition on Sunday, 18 May.
Uganda’s representatives at the ongoing CECAFA Kagame Cup will face off against South Sudan’s Atlabara FC in the last eight of the competition. The competition is taking place in Kigali, Rwanda.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup began yesterday with the home team Brazil playing and winning against Croatia.
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots has included the son of a former Kenyan footballer in his 24-man World Cup squad that was named yesterday. 19-year-old Divock Okoth Origi might become the first Kenyan and East African to play in the World Cup next month.