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Kaizer Chiefs

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Website www.kaizerchiefs.com
Founded 1970
Stadium FNB Stadium (Soccer City)
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Fixtures
4 Dec 2021 6:00 pm
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Cape Town City
4 Dec 2021 6:00 pm
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Cape Town City
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Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium 8 Dec 2021 7:30 pm
Golden Arrows
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8 Dec 2021 7:30 pm
Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium
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Cape Town Stadium 15 Feb 2022 5:00 pm
Cape Town City
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15 Feb 2022 5:00 pm
Cape Town Stadium
Cape Town City
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Peter Mokaba Stadium 26 Feb 2022 5:00 pm
Baroka FC
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26 Feb 2022 5:00 pm
Peter Mokaba Stadium
Baroka FC
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Orlando Stadium 5 Mar 2022 3:30 pm
Orlando Pirates
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5 Mar 2022 3:30 pm
Orlando Stadium
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Latest Matches
26 Jun 2021 6:00 pm
Kaizer Chiefs
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Wydad AC
26 Jun 2021 6:00 pm
Kaizer Chiefs
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Wydad AC
| Referee: J. Ndala
Stade Mohamed V 19 Jun 2021 9:00 pm
Wydad AC
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19 Jun 2021 9:00 pm
Stade Mohamed V
Wydad AC
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| Stade Mohamed V
Kameelrivier Stadium 5 Jun 2021 3:00 pm
TS Galaxy
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Kaizer Chiefs
5 Jun 2021 3:00 pm
Kameelrivier Stadium
TS Galaxy
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| Kameelrivier Stadium
2 Jun 2021 5:00 pm
Kaizer Chiefs
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Golden Arrows
2 Jun 2021 5:00 pm
Kaizer Chiefs
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Golden Arrows
| Referee: Victor Hlungwani
Thohoyandou Stadium 26 May 2021 3:00 pm
Black Leopards
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Kaizer Chiefs
26 May 2021 3:00 pm
Thohoyandou Stadium
Black Leopards
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| Thohoyandou Stadium | Referee: Christopher Kistoor
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Kaizer Chiefs F.C. Facts
  • Name: Kaizer Chiefs
  • Founded: 1970
  • AKA: Chiefs
Nicknames: AmaKhosi, Phefeni Glamour Boys, Abafana Bok’thula Noxolo Home ground: FNB Stadium (aka Soccer City or The Calabash) Chairman: Kaizer Motaung Kaizer Chiefs is a South African football club based in Naturena, Gauteng, South Africa. The club was officially founded in 1970 although the seeds of the club began in 1969 when Kaizer Motaung returned to South Africa from playing for Atlanta Chiefs in the North American Soccer League and joined three ex-Orlando Pirates teammates (Thomas Johnson, Ratha Mogoathleng and Edward Khosa) to form the Kaizer XI team. This social team began attracting considerable attention due to their skills and flair and on 7 January 1970 the official Kaizer Chiefs FC was born – named after Kaizer Motaung and his former Atlanta Chiefs team. Chiefs have fielded some of the most recognised and beloved soccer players in South Africa including Kaizer Motaung, Vusi Lamola, Nelson Dladla, Marks Maponyane, Lucas Radebe, Doctor Khumalo, Gary Bailey and Shane MacGregor. Kaizer Chiefs are the most followed team in sub-Saharan Africa with approximately 16 million fans. For up to the minute news and live soccer scores for Kaizer Chiefs, click here. History 1969 Kaizer XI started 1970 Kaizer Chiefs Football Club officially forms 1971 Life Challenge Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners National Professional Soccer League runners-up 1972 Life Challenge Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1974 National Professional Soccer League Champions BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners 1975 BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) runners-up 1976 Benson & Hedges Trophy (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners National Professional Soccer League runners-up 1977 National Professional Soccer League Champions Benson & Hedges Trophy (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners 1978 Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) runners-up 1979 National Professional Soccer League Champions Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1981 National Professional Soccer League Champions BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1982 BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1983 Datsun Challenge (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 1984 National Professional Soccer League Champions John Player Special Knockout Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1985 BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners 1986 John Player Special Knockout Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 1987 BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners Mainstay Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 1988 John Player Special Knockout Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners Bob Save Super Bowl (now known as the Nedbank Cup) runners-up 1989 National Soccer League Champions BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners John Player Special Knockout Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 1990 National Soccer League runners-up 1991 National Soccer League Champions BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners 1992 National Soccer League Champions BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners Bob Save Super Bowl (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners Coca-Cola Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) runners-up 1993 Bob Save Super Bowl (now known as the Nedbank Cup) runners-up 1994 BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners 1996-1997 Premier Soccer League runners-up 1997-1998 Rothman’s Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 1998-1999 Rothman’s Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners Premier Soccer League runners-up 1999-2000 Bob Save Super Bowl (now known as the Nedbank Cup) runners-up 2000-2001 Bob Save Super Bowl (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners Premier Soccer League runners-up 2001-2002 One of Kaizer Chiefs’ most successful years was also one of its most tragic as 43 fans are crushed to death at the Soweto Derby between Chiefs and Orlando Pirates at Ellis Park. African Cup Winners Cup (now known as CAF Confederation Cup) Champions African Club of the Year BP Top 8 Club (now known as MTN 8) winners Coca-Cola Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 2002-2003 Coca-Cola Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) runners-up 2003-2004 Premier Soccer League Champions Coca-Cola Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 2004-2005 Premier Soccer League Champions Coca-Cola Cup (now known as the Telkom Knockout Cup) winners 2006-2007 SAA Super 8 Cup (now known as MTN 8) winners ABSA Cup (now known as the Nedbank Cup) winners 2007-2008 Telkom Knockout Cup winners 2008-2009 MTN 8 winners 2009-2010 Telkom Knockout Cup winners 2010-2011 Telkom Knockout Cup winners 2012-2013 Premier Soccer League Champions Nedbank Cup winners 2013-2014 Premier Soccer League runners-up 2014-2015 MTN 8 winners Premier Soccer League runners-up 2015-2016 Telkom Knockout Cup runners-up 2018-2019 Nedbank Cup runners-up 2019-2020 Premier Soccer League runners-up Live Soccer Score Did You Know?
  • Kaizer Chiefs hold numerous team records including:
  • Most National Soccer League titles (3)
  • Most National Professional Soccer League titles (5)
  • Most MTN 8 titles (15)
  • Most Telkom Knockout titles (13)
  • Most Nedbank Cup titles (13)
  • Doctor Khumalo made most appearances in a Kaizer Chiefs jersey with 497.
  • Marks Maponyane holds the record for most goals scored for Chiefs with 85.

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