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PROMOTIONAL PLAYOFF FIXTURE DATES, VENUES AND TIMES

The fixtures, dates, times and venues for the 2022 Promotional Playoffs have been announced by the PSL and are as follows:

Match 1 - CT All Stars vs University of Pretoria     Sunday 29 May 2022     Athlone Stadium     15h00

Match 2 - Swallows FC vs CT All Stars     Wednesday 01 June 2022     Lucas Moripe Stadium     15h00

Match 3 - University of Pretoria vs Swallows FC     Saturday 04 June 2022     Tuks Stadium     15h00

GAC NEDBANK CUP SEMI-FINAL DATES, VENUES AND KICKOFF TIMES

The draw for the Semi-Finals of the 2021/22 Nedbank Cup was held recently.

Dates, Venues and Kickoff times for the team from the GAC is as follows :

TTM FC vs MARUMO GALLANTS        Friday 29 April 2022   Thohoyandou Stadium     Kickoff is at 19H00

The other fixture is as follows :

ROYAL AM vs MAMELODI SUNDOWNS         Saturday 30 April 2022     Chatsworth Stadium    Kickoff is at 19h00

GLADAFRICA GROUP CONGRATULATES CHAMPIONS

In their third season of a five-year partnership agreement with the Premier Soccer League as title sponsor of the second-tier professional football league in South Africa, The GladAfrica Group offers their congratulations to Richards Bay FC for winning the GladAfrica Championship title in the 2021/22 season and promotion to the DSTV Premiership. 

 

 

GAC NEDBANK CUP QUARTERFINALS - Dates, Venus and Kickoff Times

The dates, times and venues for the 2020/21 Nedbank Cup quarterfinals for GladAfrica Championship teams have been announced by the PSL.

Details are as follows:

Saturday 13 March 2021

Chippa United vs Richards Bay FC                    Sisa Dukashe Stadium  Kicoff at 15h30                    

Sunday 14 March 2021

Cape Town All stars vs Pretoria Callies           Danie Craven stadium  Kickoff at 15h00

Other fixtures are as follows:

TS GALAXY CREATE NEDBANK CUP HISTORY

National First Division outfit TS Galaxy caused not only a major upset on Saturday in beating Premier League side Kaizer Chiefs 1 - 0 in the Nedbank Cup, but by doing so became the first club from the lower ranks of south African football to win the "Cup of Dreams". Thabiso Kutumela's late penalty enough for the win.

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