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Who are Camps Bay Football Club?

We have 3 senior sides and more than 13 junior sides spanning all age groups - our 1st Team play in the First Division but we welcome all levels of ability. Teams play in the Cape Town Tygerberg Football Association (CTTFA) league which lasts from April until October. Training is dependent on which team squad you belong to so check out the website and contact the relevant coach and/or administrator.


Our home ground is right next to the beach of the beautiful Camps Bay. We believe it is the best place to play in the world but come visit us and check it out for yourself. You can watch the games from the bar overlooking the pitch, with the beach one side and the backdrop of the mountain.


The club has a long history since it was founded in 1923 and has been very successful with numerous honours. In 2014 the 1st Team won the 1st Division title and were finalists in the Cup. Our Reserve team were 2nd in the league, our 3rd team 2nd in the league and Cup finalists. One of our players, Wanda Ncube was awarded Player of the League, and the club was voted Club of the Year by the CTTFA. 


We do hope you come and visit us soon


Up the Bay!

Astro 5-a-side Soccer Fields
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Camps Bay Soccer and Sports Club now have 5-a- side Astro Soccer fields for hire. 

Go to our                                    for

information and to book your court!

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CBFC 1st Team won promotion to the CTTFA First Division at the end of the 2021 soccer season.

Click          to read more about what's going on at Camps Bay Football Club.

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Club Registration 2024

To register for Camps Bay Football Club, please download the following documents and visit our registration page for further information:


To check your teams fixtures, logs and results, please visit the CTTFA website 

Legends Soccer School

Camps Bay FC is proud to be affiliated with Legends Soccer School who offer an off season junior programme. Click        to find out more.

Code of Conduct - parents & players
  • Be your child's best fan and support them unconditionally.

  • When you take your child home after a match or training session, please be supportive and always focus on the positive aspects of the game.

  • Develop a responsibility in your child to pack their own kit, clean their boots and take a drinks bottle (full of water or squash only) to practice and games.

  • Respect the facilities at our opponents’ grounds.

  • If you as a parent have a concern, take time to talk with coaches in an appropriate manner including proper time and place. Be sure to follow the designated chain of command.

  • Encourage your child to speak with the coach. If your child is having difficulties in training or games or can’t attend training etc., encourage them to speak directly to the coaches. This “responsibility taking” is a big part of maturity. By handling off the field tasks, your child is claiming ownership of all aspects of the game.

  • Help your child to focus on the performance and not the result. Remember - winning is not as important as the performance.

  • Support all the players in your child's squad. Do not criticise anyone. Remember – children don’t mean to make mistakes.

  • Do not criticise the opponents, their parents or their officials.

  • Never audibly dispute a referee’s decision. They will make mistakes occasionally. We all do. If you abuse or shout at the referee, you are breaking the rules of the game and risk generating a fine for the club. In extreme circumstances we could even be expelled from the League, be forced to play all our games away or play without any spectators present.

  • Parents/carers must not coach from the touchline during matches or training. Leave this to the manager/coach or you may cause confusion and erode your child’s confidence.

  • Parents/carers must not enter the field of play.

  • Please inform coaches if you not able to make training or matches.

  • Substitutions are not always made if a player is playing badly; it could tactical or giving others game time.

  • Please remember – the game is for the children. It is not for the glory of the coach, manager or parents.

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