KICK OFF is Africa’s most successful soccer magazine and is widely recognised as the leading authority on South African soccer. It is the most trusted source of all information regarding the game in this country.
For more than 22 years, KICK OFF has brought the stars of our soccer closer to the fans, reflecting the passion of the game on our pages.
KICK OFF readers come from all walks of life and they are united by one thing – their passion for South African soccer.
Readers trust KICK OFF as the ultimate authority on the game – we take the reader pitch-side; invite the reader into the stars’ homes; give readers insight into the life of the stars on the training ground and in the dressing room … and beyond.
Soccer fans know they cannot be without their KICK OFF – the final word on SA soccer.
KICK OFF’s website continues to grow each year, smashing all previous records for Unique Users and Page Impressions.
www.kickoff.com averages 15-million Page Impressions and 900 000 Unique Users every month (source: Effective Measure), making it one of the biggest soccer-specific websites in Africa, and the fourth biggest sport website overall.
Our mobile site (http://www.kickoff.com/mobile/) is also growing by the day and, coupled with our massive social networking reach on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/kickoffmagazine), Twitter (https://twitter.com/KickOffMagazine) and our very own forum (http://www.kickoff.com/forum), it makes KICK OFF your one-stop shop for everything about South African soccer.
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KICK OFF stands by its motto, Soccer at its Best - across all mediums we strive to present the very best of top-class soccer, reporting with accuracy, integrity and authority.
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