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Kaizer Chiefs Fixtures 2022/2023 Round ii – DSTV Premiership

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Kaizer Chiefs Fixtures 2022/2023 Round ii – DSTV Premiership

Kaizer Chiefs Football Club are a South African professional football club based in Naturena, Johannesburg South, that plays in the Premier Soccer League. The team is nicknamed AmaKhosi, which means “Lords” or “Chiefs” in Zulu, and the Phefeni Glamour Boys. Chiefs have won 13 league titles and over 50 club trophies

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Chiefs have won 13 league titles (four in the PSL era) and over 50 club trophies. As a result, they hold the most trophies amongst all clubs in South Africa and are the most successful team in South African football history since the start of the top flight in 1971. They are the most supported club in the country, drawing an average home attendance of 16,144 in the 2019–20 season, the highest in the league. The team plays its home matches at the 94,797 capacity FNB Stadium.

The team has a strong local rivalry with Orlando Pirates, a fellow Soweto team which Chiefs founder Kaizer Motaung played for in his early playing career. Famous players who donned the black and gold jersey in the past include former national team captains Neil Tovey and Lucas Radebe as well as Patrick Ntsoelengoe, Gary Bailey, John “Shoes” Moshoeu, Shaun Bartlett, Steve Komphela, Siyabonga Nomvete and Doctor Khumalo.

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