If you are a retailer, agent or manufacturer providing equipment and clothing to schools and clubs Sports Trader offers you an easy and affordable opportunity to reach these lucrative markets via our annual Sports Trader Team Sport Directory mailed to schools and clubs. See our Team Sport Directory 2019 listing form.

We are currently in the process of finalising the 2019 edition … so hurry if you wish to be included. Please contact Nicol du Toit or Trudi du Toit for more information or to book your spot.

Photos: Tuks Sport.

Please click on this link to open the Team Sport Directory 2019 listing form.

  • Click on File – Save As and save the excel file to your own computer.
  • Use the tabs on the bottom to see the “Booking details” page, the advertising “Rates”, as well as the different “Products”.
  • Once completed, save the form and attach to an email, addressed to Trudi du Toit.

We can unfortunately not list all 4000 plus retailers, agents and suppliers in the industry and all their products free of charge … therefore, this directory unfortunately only has a paid for option. But, we do have very affordable options like enhanced listings and logos in product categories.

A product or company logo is a very good option if you want to focus attention on a specific product you supply. Logos are published at the head of the category with the suppliers’ company name, telephone number and email/website address in bold. Please indicate next to a product if you wish to book a logo under that product category. Each logo costs R370 and if you do not book an enhanced listing or advert, you are required to book a minimum of 8 logos.

The enhanced listing offers you the chance to provide more details about your company and brands in the alphabetical contact section. Product adverts are published with the product category you supply.

There are 2-m registered netball players in South Africa, says Netball SA President, Cecilia Molokwane.  More than double that number if you include all the casual players, she says. Also, according to a Sports Trader school cricket survey many schools buy cricket gear like bats, helmets, gloves, etc. in bulk for use by their teams – even though these are usually considered to be individual player purchases. That is in addition to the rugby, softball, basketball, athletics and numerous other sports equipment one would expect schools and clubs to purchase in bulk. Not to mention sportswear and caps.

But, time is running out: so please hurry if you wish to be included.