South Africa's tripartite alliance of soccer will use some of the big Premiership A-category matches to prepare for the Confederations Cup next year and the 2010 World Cup.
Also expected to form part of the project are the international games involving Bafana Bafana and other national teams.
The alliance partners in this regard are the South African Football Association, Local Organising Committee and Premier Soccer League.
The Safa, LOC and PSL top brass signed a memorandum of agreement in April to work together on matters relating to soccer development in the country.
They started with the media operations working group, which is supported by world soccer governing body Fifa, who are the organisers of both the 2009 Confederations Cup and World Cup.
Fifa is represented by Delia Fischer, who is one of their senior media people.
Media practitioners from the PSL, Premiership clubs, the LOC and Safa are part of this project.
The working group started their preparations for the Confederations Cup and World Cup with a workshop in Johannesburg two months ago.
Subsequently, the group went to the 2008 European Championship finals in Austria and Switzerland last month to look at and learn from the media operations.
During the 2008 Vodacom Challenge, which ended on Saturday with Manchester United winning it, the group was there as observers.
Participants include Morio Sanyane, Sifiso Cele (Safa), Mahlatse Mphahlele (Mamelodi Sundowns), Khumbulani Konco (Bloemfontein Celtic) and Altaaf Kazi (PSL).