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South Africa flagSouth African National Anthem
National Coach: Gordon Igesund
National Stadium:
FA founded: 1991 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1992
FIFA Code: RSA
Nickname: Bafana Bafana
Local Name: South Africa
Capital: Pretoria
Population: 47,900,000
Area: 1,221,037 km2
Tel: +27 / Internet: .za
Currency: Rand (ZAR) - Rates
Domestic Season: August - May
Local Time and WeatherLatest South African Football News
List of South African League and Cup Winners

South African Football League System
An overview of the football league system in South Africa with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each South African football club.

Level: 1 ABSA Premiership view 16 Teams
Level: 2 First Division Coastal Stream view 8 Teams First Division Inland Stream view 8 Teams
ABSA Premiership
Ajax Cape Town Athlone Stadium (30,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Muhsin Ertugral
Chairman / President: John Comitis
Founded in: 1999 (Nickname: Urban Warriors)
View Ajax Cape Town homepage
AmaZulu Princess Magogo Stadium (12,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Neil Tovey
Chairman / President: Patrick Sokhela
Founded in: 1932 (Nickname: Usuthu)
View AmaZulu homepage
Bay United EPRFU Stadium (33,852) [-]
Manager / Coach: Khabo Zondo
Chairman / President: Sipho Pityana
Founded in: 2006 (Nickname: Watsh’Umlilo)
View Bay United homepage
Bidvest Wits Bidvest Stadium (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Roger De Sa
Chairman / President: Cyril Ramaphosa
Founded in: 1921 (Nickname: The Clever Boys / The Students)
View Bidvest Wits homepage
Bloemfontein Celtic Free State Stadium (48,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Owen Da Gama
Chairman / President: Jimmy Augousti
Founded in: 1969 (Nickname: Phunya Sele Sele / Masokolara)
View Bloemfontein Celtic homepage
Free State Stars Goble Park (20,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Steve Komphela
Chairman / President: Mike Mokoena
Founded in: 1979 (Nickname: Ea Lla Koto)
View Free State Stars homepage
Kaizer Chiefs Loftus Versfeld Stadium (51,762) [-]
Manager / Coach: Stuart Baxter
Chairman / President: Kaizer Motaung
Founded in: 1970 (Nickname: Amakhosi)
View Kaizer Chiefs homepage
Lamontville Golden Arrows King Zwelithini Stadium (20,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Manqoba Mngqithi
Chairman / President: Mato Madlala
Founded in: 1943 (Nickname: Abafana Bes'thende)
View Lamontville Golden Arrows homepage
Mamelodi Sundowns Atteridgeville Super Stadium (28,900) [-]
Manager / Coach: Hristo Stoichkov
Chairman / President: Patrice Motsepe
Founded in: 1970 (Nickname: The Brazilians)
View Mamelodi Sundowns homepage
Maritzburg United Woodburn Rugby Stadium (12,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Gordon Igesund
Chairman / President: Farook Kadodia
Founded in: 1979 (Nickname: The People's Choice)
View Maritzburg United homepage
Moroka Swallows Germiston Stadium (18,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Rainer Zobel
Chairman / President: Leon Prins
Founded in: 1947 (Nickname: The Birds)
View Moroka Swallows homepage
Orlando Pirates Ellis Park Stadium (59,611) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ruud Krol
Chairman / President: Irvin Khoza
Founded in: 1937 (Nickname: Buccaneers)
View Orlando Pirates homepage
Platinum Stars Royal Bafokeng Stadium (42,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Steve Komphela
Chairman / President: George Khonou
Founded in: 1998 (Nickname: The Lions of the North)
View Platinum Stars homepage
Santos Football Club Athlone Stadium (30,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: David Bright
Chairman / President: Goolam Allie
Founded in: 1982 (Nickname: The People's Team)
View Santos Football Club homepage
Supersport United Atteridgeville Super Stadium (28,900) [-]
Manager / Coach: Gavin Hunt
Chairman / President: Khulu Sibiya
Founded in: 1994 (Nickname: Matsatsantsa)
View Supersport United homepage
Thanda Royal Zulu Mpumalanga Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mlungisi Ngubane
Chairman / President: Johan Glennmo
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: Amabhubesi)
View Thanda Royal Zulu homepage

First Division Coastal Stream
African Warriors Charles Mopeli Stadium (35,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ian Palmer
Chairman / President: Jabu Khumalo
Founded in: 2006 (Nickname: )
View African Warriors homepage
Carara Kicks Welkom Rugby Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: David Vilakazi
Chairman / President: Motebang Mokoena
Founded in: 2000 (Nickname: )
View Carara Kicks homepage
Durban Stars King Zwelithini Stadium (20,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ramadhaan Nsazuwarimo
Chairman / President: Phindani Nene
Founded in: 2003 (Nickname: Isivunguvungu Segagasi)
View Durban Stars homepage
FC Cape Town Blue Downs Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Johnny Ferreira
Chairman / President: Errol Dicks
Founded in: 2006 (Nickname: )
View FC Cape Town homepage
Hanover Park Parow Park (0) [-]
Manager / Coach:
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Hanover Park homepage
Ikapa Sporting Erica Park Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Sergio Dos Santos
Chairman / President: Jose De Abreu
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: )
View Ikapa Sporting homepage
Nathi Lions Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Shepard Murape
Chairman / President: Nkosinathi Maphumalo
Founded in: 1998 (Nickname: Amabhubesi)
View Nathi Lions homepage
Vasco Da Gama Parow Park (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Carlos Das Neves
Chairman / President: Mario Das Neves
Founded in: 1980 (Nickname: )
View Vasco Da Gama homepage

First Division Inland Stream
Black Leopards Thohoyandou Stadium (40,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mario Marinica
Chairman / President: David Thidiela
Founded in: 1983 (Nickname: Lidoda Duvha)
View Black Leopards homepage
Dynamos Nkowa-Nkowa Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jacob Sakala
Chairman / President: Pat Malabela
Founded in: 1997 (Nickname: Ri Khomeni Ri Nga Peli)
View Dynamos homepage
FC AK (0) [-]
Manager / Coach:
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: FC Aziz Kara)
View FC AK homepage
Jomo Cosmos Rand Stadium (28,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jomo Sono
Chairman / President: Jomo Sono
Founded in: 1983 (Nickname: Ezenkosi)
View Jomo Cosmos homepage
Mpumalanga Black Aces Atlantic Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Sammy Troughton
Chairman / President: Mario Morfou & George Morfou
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: Amazayoni)
View Mpumalanga Black Aces homepage
Pretoria University Tuks ABSA Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Steve Barker
Chairman / President: Mani Neves
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: AmaTuks)
View Pretoria University homepage
Winners Park Seshego Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Innocent Mayoyo
Chairman / President: Morris Chokoe
Founded in: 1984 (Nickname: Badumedi)
View Winners Park homepage
Witbank Spurs Ackerville Stadium (0) [-]
Manager / Coach:
Chairman / President: Themba Mafu
Founded in: 2000 (Nickname: Sivutha Umlilo)
View Witbank Spurs homepage

Roll of Honour

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Kaizer Chiefs
Orlando Pirates
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Orlando Pirates
Cape Town Spurs
Vaal Professionals
Witbank Aces
Kaizer Chiefs
Moroka Swallows
Jomo Cosmos
Moroka Swallows
Orlando Pirates
NOTES: South Africa was readmitted to FIFA and the CAF in 1992 and it took a few years for the organisation of domestic football to settle down; there having previously been an assortment of leagues and cups for different communities. The current Premiership was only created in time for the 1996-97 season and there are still several cup competitions. The main one (of which the winners are listed above) is the BobSave Superbowl, which dates from 1988 and involves teams from all divisions. It became the ABSA Cup in 2003 and changed name again to the Nedbank FA Cup in 2008.

Other links

COSAFA – Council Of Southern Africa Football Associations

AfricaOnline – Football News

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SportScheduler – African football website


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