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Absa Premiership – Captain my Captain Competition

Who is your Captain my Captain?

In soccer, a good captain is remembered for not much else except running his race on the field of play. However, a great captain is remembered for leading and inspiring his team on and off the field. He is more than just a captain; he is the true embodiment of what the human spirit is all about.

When it comes to soccer, there are a lot of unsung heroes out there, those who selflessly give their time and resources to help others achieve their dreams.

We know there are many “Captain my Captains” in our communities doing extraordinary things and we want to acknowledge them for the impact they make in other people’s lives.

If you know anyone who makes a difference in any way through soccer or who supports and enable others, tell us their story and they could win a share of R400 000, and stand a chance to hand over the Absa Premiership trophy at the PSL awards.


  • Standard SuperSport terms & conditions apply
  • I confirm that to my knowledge that my story is factually correct
  • I understand that an external agency might contact me, or the nominee, to verify the story details
  • I understand that if I win, that my name, surname, place & a picture will be used for promotional purposes
  • Unlimited nominations (entries) allowed
  • The selected nominees will be the sole prize winners
  • Four quarterly winners will be selected in total, with the cash prize R100 000 per quarter [R400 000 in total]
  • All 4 winners will attend the PSL awards, and the overall winner will hand over the Absa Premiership Player of the Year trophy; The overall winner will not receive additional prizes

Closing date: 24 April 2014

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