---A Different Kind of Footballer---



ASD Cape Town is dedicated to helping young footballers achieve their potential - 

 sourcing, developing and placing into the local, national and worldwide professional game.




"I know and believe I'm not the only one from ASD who will put on a Bafana jersey. The boys are quality and I believe ASD will give them good opportunities in Europe as they did me." 


-Ayanda Patosi, ASD 08-11, Lokeren and SA




"I really hope my move will open more doors for ASD players in the MLS, because ASD has not only made me the player I am today, but also the character I am both on and off the field."


-Ethan Sampson, ASD 08-12, Vancouver White Caps



"ASD is a great development team that takes rough diamonds and polishes them to near perfection.  I've learnt so much..."
- Devon Saal, ASD 08-12, Milano, SA




"I will never forget what ASD have done for me.  I give credit to ASD for helping me secure my ASD dream and still consider myself a member of the ASD family."


-Sive Pekezela, ASD 2008-2011, Gefle IF, Sweden

  • One goal in each half for Noer Lewis
    One goal in each half for Noer Lewis

Fish Hoek 0 Under19s 8

Cape United Under19s easily beat Fish Hoek away from home last night, scoring eight goals.


On a beautiful calm evening, the scholars displayed some excellent one touch passing and quick movement despite a very uneven surface. They continued to move the ball around at a pace that the opponents could not cope with. The deadlock was broken as early as the 5th minute by Noer Lewis. Further goals were scored by Lindani Ntamo, Sibusiso Nkutha and Devon Saal, ensuring a comfortable 0-4 halftime lead.


The scholars seemed to take their foot off the pedal in the second half and took 25 minutes to score the 5th goal, an easy tap in for Noer Lewis. Dominating the match in all areas resulted in a second goal for Lindani Ntamo and one each for Ayanda Patosi and Armien Campbell.