The South African Football Association (SAFA) has confirmed a quarantine site following the COVID-19 outbreak which resulted in National lockdown.
The Association has offered Fun Valley, which is their mother body technical centre, to the government as one of the places that can be used for isolation as the nation fight against the pandemic virus.
The centre was mainly used by national teams ahead of crucial matches at any given time during the season.
“SAFA is also shutting down the National Technical Centre (formerly known as Fun Valley) in a bid to curb the congregation of huge crowds in line with the national government call to stop the spread of the virus,” a statement on the website read.
“We have decided as the association, to offer the SAFA NTC to the national government to use the facility as one of the quarantine centres.”