Cape Town - Now in its ninth year, the Kapstadt Cup will now be known as the Lucky Star Cup, with this year's three-day event promising to be the biggest yet.
Over the next few weeks, the Lucky Star Cup will be announcing a few exciting additions including the inclusion of a junior contingent from a leading Premier Soccer League club.
Details will also be revealed about the line-up of top artists that will open the Lucky Star Cup this year – an occasion that has become a glamorous affair in Cape Town.
“The Lucky Star Cup goes to the heart of grassroots development, which presents the greatest opportunities for building skills, teamwork, positive values and personal growth,” explains Lourens De Waal, Managing Director of Lucky Star.
“We’re passionate about the youth, about football and development, and about a healthy lifestyle. This is where it all starts for these young players, where they get a taste for the excitement and possibilities of the game. It gives them exposure to some of the best upcoming players, teams and coaches in the country. It is where they take their first steps towards becoming professional footballers.”