Flair Feet Stars FC embarks on open-top bus parade

The parade was not just about the trophies the team has won, but the memories the club has created along the way.

VANDERBIJLPARK. – The town of  Vanderbijlpark came to a standstill when Flair Feet Stars FC embarked on an open-top bus parade around the area on Saturday.

It was a great day for these youngsters who were treated like champions at the very young age.

They will cherish this for the rest of their lives as the club showcased its success with their parents joining them in the convoy. The convoy started at Vanderbijlpark Nandos with these youngsters treated with Nandos before they embarked on the parade. They went to the following places, Vaal Mall, Emfuleni Golf Easte, Bedworthpark Center, Riverside Boulevard to mention but few.

Speaking to Sedibeng Ster Sport, Zenoyiso John said Flair Feet Stars FC is a multiracial club for children aged between 6-14. She hailed this as a first of its kind open-top bus parade as a great success to take place in Sedibeng. This was the first time an amateur soccer team did something like this. The last time Sedibeng people experienced this was after Jet Nteo Secondary School were crowned the Motsepe School Cup Champions, more than ten years ago.

“We welcome new members to our team that we adopted from Jento FC, a blub that was abandoned. The parade was not just about the trophies the team has won, but the memories we created along the way. Most importantly, this parade is about the bond the players share as a team, a bond that will stay with them for years to come. We want to thank Nandos for spoiling our youngsters,” she concluded.

Vanderbijlpark Nandos spokesperson, Athos Phytides expressed excitement about the company’s support and its positive impact on the young players. It was great to witness the positive impact our company has on these young players. We believe in investing future generations and providing opportunities for them to thrive. Seeing their joy and enthusiasm reaffirms our commitment to making a meaningful difference in the communities we serve,” he said.

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