More than a team. Bigger than the game.
“What HBUFC have created is very special. I’m a fan, I watch their games when I can. Because I live in Hout Bay, it means so much to me that the club is for the people. It works so hard for the community. What it stands for, how it operates reminds me of the big clubs in England & Italy”
Eric Tinkler. Cape Town City. Head Coach
Our short & long term outcomes
“HBUFC never give up on me. I played in the 1st team and since I was released from the Elite squad a few years ago, I’ve been part of the IPDP program. I’ve worked at a car wash, as a gardener, at a cafe. I’m now learning to read and write and I have a full time job as a Chef in a local company. Next I’m going to do my matric.
Quote from Sonny
Defining our beneficiaries
“HBUFC gives their people the edge in life. They’re given chances and opportunity in a loving, pressure free environment. It allows those individuals to become extremely employable, responsible people. Sonny is a pleasure, but he’s still learning. Whenever there’s an issue he’s open to listen and learn and I know Mamzo at HBUFC is always there to help connect. We’re a great team together.
Quote from Tjarla. Sonny’s employer
- We have a child protection & a LGBTQ policy in place
- Our coaches, staff and mentors all have police clearances
- We have more than 1700 beneficiaries of our programs
- We are scoring 9 out of the 17 UN Sustainability goals
- We are a NON-Profit organisation and our B-BEE status is Level 1
“HBUFC is trail blazing a way forward for South Africa with their community building. Having spent time with many of the coaches playing 5’s on the football field myself, the positivity & energy is contagious. Sport holds such opportunity for us to come together, build trust and create friendships.”
Mmusi Maimane. One SA
UN Sustainable development goals
The UN SDG’s aim to build a more sustainable, safer and more prosperous planet for all humanity.
HBUFC has various programmes to support and promote no less than 9 of these ambitious goals.