I believe that we have found the missing link to the beautiful game, football, in South Africa. This exciting research initiative by COMETSA Jane Furse Sekhukhune FC (Pty) Ltd hopes to confirm this fact. The project kicks-off in the Greater Sekhukhune Region, Limpopo Province, South Africa. We hope that it will inspire other villages in the country to revisit their own history of village football clubs and share the information with us and the country at large. We want to be generous with our findings and help resuscitate this traditional source of entertainment in the villages, especially the rural parts of the country. Township football is another brand of football in South Africa, but it is certainly not the only South African football foundation. It is one of the three main foundations of South African football. The three main original basis of the South African football are: (1) Village Football, (2) School/College/University Football, and (3) Township Football. We argue that Village Football is the origin of our South African football, but it was neglected, due to lack of resources, and migration of players to schools, colleges, universities, and to join labour force far away from their original villages. The biggest destroyer of village football has been migrant labour system of the then Apartheid South African regime.